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Samsung unveils its first 5-nanometer based Exynos 1080 processor

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As rumored from the last couple of days, Samsung has now officially unveiled its latest Exynos 1080 SoC at an event in China. This new 5-nanometer based chipset packs some great capabilities for enhanced user experience. This processor will make its debut with Vivo smartphones in the coming days. It is the first chipset from Samsung to be based on the 5nm EUV FinFet process.

Built on the 5-nanometer the Exynos is designed to manage performance-intensive tasks with ease. It is based on tri-cluster architecture, the CPU of the processor consists of one Arm Cortex-A78 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores for efficiency and multitasking.

Read More: Samsung could sell Exynos processors to Chinese smartphone including Xiaomi, Vivo and more

This new processor takes gaming to the next level, with Arm’s second-generation Valhall architecture-based Mali-G78 GPU reducing load time and lag. It supports up to 144Hz refresh rate along with HDR10+ that enables a high smooth and interactive touch response.

The Exynos 1080 SoC comes with on-device intelligence and an image signal processor (ISP). With this chipset, the device can equip up to 200MP camera and up to six individual camera sensors, as well as with the support of true 10-bit recording, you can even record HDR10+  videos.

Talking about the connectivity it can support Bluetooth 5.2, FM Radio, and WiFi 6. It can also support the Sub-6GHz frequency band and the millimeter-wave frequency band for connectivity.

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Samsung’s Camera Assistant arrives on Galaxy S21 FE, get it here

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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE now supports the Camera Assistant app. The company has silently brought this upgrade to one of its popular Fan Edition smartphones. However, some Camera Assistant features available in flagship phones don’t arrive on the S21 FE.

Folks over at SamMobile highlight that Camera Assistant support for Galaxy S21 FE went live in January this year. It’s worth noting that the Camera Assistant app received its last update in January, which probably made the S21 FE-supported model.

Camera Assistant is a free-to-download app available on the Galaxy Store. Support for S21 FE was initially planned to arrive with a One UI 6.0 upgrade. The company has also fulfilled its promise, while this significant development didn’t fall under our radar.

Once downloaded, you will be able to make changes to the stock camera application. Camera Assistant allows you to bring a 2x zoom button to the camera viewfinder, picture softening, burst shot when using the timer, distortion correction, and disable long press video recording.

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Samsung pledges two free Care+ claims per year in India

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Samsung Care+ is a stunning service that users can combine with the device while purchasing. In a recent development, Samsung announced Galaxy users will now be able to raise two claims per year.

The Samsung Care+ program now covers two claims per year in India. The new policy applies to all kinds of Care+ plans that include Accidental and Liquid Damage Protection and Screen Protection only. Previously, it covered two claims within two years.

It’s a pretty significant decision the company has taken given consumer satisfaction. We’ve observed cases of consumer dissatisfaction with authorized Samsung centers and staff assigned there. They either lack idea about the latest flagship products or delay unusually.

The company offers the Care+ subscription for free with flagship devices in select countries. Paying a one-time fee, you can raise a claim at authorized Samsung service centers.

It ensures your Galaxy device is repaired through an official channel at a minimal cost. Samsung’s Care+ program is available for smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other devices.

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9th Samsung Galaxy Ring variant surfaces

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So it’s now almost confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Ring would be available in 9 sizes. Earlier, the company’s upcoming smart device was spotted in 8 variants. Now, the latest listing confirms the existence of the ninth version, which was missing in the past.

As spotted by 91mobiles, the 9th model of Samsung Galaxy Ring has now been spotted on Bluetooth SIG certification. Notably, the ninth Galaxy Ring variant (model number SM-Q503) brings support for Bluetooth 5.4, aligning with the rumors we’ve heard in the past.

Ring variants denote different sizes of Samsung’s upcoming wearable device, making a praiseworthy array for consumers. The South Korean tech giant unveiled the Galaxy Ring at the Mobile World Congress. It is expected to be launched at the Galaxy Unpacked in July.

The South Korean tech giant is expected to launch the Galaxy Ring in three color options including Ceramic Black, Platinum Silver, and Gold. Additionally, the largest Ring model is slated to have a larger battery than the remaining variants.

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