Recently, the company has decided to hold a screen-based First Look 2021 event, which will showcase a large number of new lineups of TVs, monitors, and notebooks. And the notebook will be equipped with a new OLED panel.
Also, these panels have been used on iPhone and Galaxy series flagship phones. Samsung plans to showcase OLED panels suitable for notebooks, which is expected to bring huge improvements to notebooks.
Besides this Samsung Display has announced that it will begin using the new brand to promote OLED panels. The company hopes that the ingenious name Samsung OLED will help “express the differentiation and superiority of its products in the market.” The brand will be represented by the OLED Provided by the Samsung logo.
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According to Samsung Display, the square frame in the logo reflects the vision that “a display is a window that connects people to the world and to others,” and that OLED displays enhance the design possibilities of device manufacturers.
The new brand will be used for Samsung Display’s wide range of mobile OLED displays for wearables, smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
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Samsung Galaxy A53 blesses with Android 14 One UI 6.0 Beta update
Samsung has finally opened the One UI 6 Beta program based on Android 14 for one more Galaxy A series smartphone – the Galaxy A53. This beta update is currently available in India for the Galaxy A53 smartphone.
Users of the Samsung Galaxy A53 smartphone in India can now join the One UI 6 beta program to test the new features ahead of the official release. According to the information, the beta update comes with One UI build version A536EXXU7ZWIA.
One UI 6 is based on Android 14 and offers a refreshed user interface, enhanced privacy and security options, redesigned notifications and quick settings, improved performance and battery life, and more.
How to join Beta Program
To participate in the One UI Beta Program, you must register through the Samsung Members app on your device:
- In the Samsung Members app, log in with your Samsung Account. If you do not have a Samsung Account, create one.
- Select “Notice > Registration for One UI Beta Program.”
- Complete and submit the application form.
If you meet the participation criteria, you will be enrolled in the One UI Beta Program.
Top 3 Best Chargers for Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in the US 
The Galaxy S23 Ultra support fast charging up to 45W, while you can also use the most famous 25W Samsung adapter. Below, we are listing the top 3 best chargers for your Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, available in the US.
Samsung 25W Wall Charger USB C Adapter
Samsung’s 25W Wall Charger does the job for Android devices as well as devices that run different operating systems. For this Wall Charger, the size of your devices isn’t a problem; from earbuds to laptops, take advantage of an ideal charging time for your devices at speeds they can manage to handle.
- Buy from Amazon
Samsung 45W USB-C Fast Charging Wall Charger
Samsung’s 45W Super Fast Charge adapter brings Power Delivery (PD) technology to provide the most efficient charge possible. It delivers up to 3 Amp to give your phone power at a much faster rate than your standard 1A or 700mA charger.
- Buy from Samsung
Anker USB C Charger (Nano II 45W)
Anker 713 Charger (Nano II 45W) has the power you need to charge your Samsung Galaxy devices from a single tiny charger. It comes with high-speed charging, downsized design, which is 34% smaller than an original 45W USB-C charger and powered by GaN II Technology.
- Buy from Amazon
* Specs as described by the OEM.
5G Network Slicing Poised for Growth, Samsung and KDDI Lead the Way
Samsung officially announced that it has signed a business agreement (MOU) with Japan’s mobile carrier KDDI for the development of 5G network slicing technology. Both companies to strengthen cooperation to discover new 5G business models and various commercial services using network slicing.
KDDI and Samsung demonstrated the world’s first 5G network slicing technology in 2020 and succeeded in verifying the network slicing technology using a base station intelligent controller (RAN Intelligent Controller) in a 5G stand-alone commercial network environment in downtown Tokyo, Japan, earlier this year.
Network slicing is a core technology that can promote the spread of various services in future 5G and next-generation communication networks, and the market size is expected to record a high average annual growth rate of about 50 percent from 2023 to 2030.
Network slicing is a technology that divides one physical mobile communication network into multiple independent virtual networks, and can simultaneously provide customized communication for various services, such as autonomous driving that requires ultra-low latency or live broadcasting of high-definition sports games that require ultra-high speed.