On March 25, 2021, Google has officially established the ‘Android Ready SE Alliance’ technology for the development and promotion of the SE security chip standard, which will enable the Android system to natively support devices with built-in security chips.
Adding to this, the company will cooperate with some hardware manufacturers to launch an open-source SE security interface and program, so that smart devices such as mobile phones can be used for digital keys, car keys, e-passports, digital currencies, etc.
Aside from this, Google also revealed a universal version of the StrongBox program for applications with built-in SE security chips. It supports hardware from multiple manufacturers and is currently available at G+D, Kigen, NXP, STMicroelectronics, and Thales.
Not only smartphones and tablets, but the StrongBox is also compatible with WearOS, embedded devices, and Android TV. If you don’t know, Google launched the Pixel 3 phones back in 2018, which are equipped with a security chip called Titan M. The chip is very similar to the Apple T2 security chip enhances the device security.
Google’s goal is to build this chip in smartphones, smart wearable devices, tablets, cars, and even TVs to provide safer and more convenient connection performance. Besides, the OEM also said that it is cooperating with the hardware encryption ecosystem to prioritize the launch of the following functions and integrate them into the Android system:
- Digital keys (car, home, office)
- Mobile Driver’s License (mDL), National ID, ePassports
- eMoney solutions (for example, Wallet)
Furthermore, Google also said that various Android smartphone makers already support the Android Ready SE feature in their products. Therefore, the company is looking forward to cooperating with more OEMs to offer more new features to consumers.
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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra vs Galaxy S23 Ultra: Spotting design differences!
Yesterday, we saw the Samsung Galaxy S24 series renders that revealed the phones’ design. While the Galaxy S24 and S24+ feature flat frame design, the S24 Ultra apparently brings the narrowest bezel in history. The same source now posted cropped images so you can better understand the design changes.
Samsung has slightly changed the aspect ratio of the Galaxy S24 Ultra. This results in changes in the middle frame, and ditches the curved edges, indicating a flat display design. In the video below, you can see the transformation of the S23 Ultra into the upcoming S24 Ultra device.
Good Morning #FutureSquad!
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 30, 2023
As you can see in the comparison renders, the Galaxy S24 Ultra has an almost flat design as compared to its predecessor. The company has already reduced the curvature with the S23 Ultra this year, and it’s going to be flat, starting with the S24 Ultra next year.
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 30, 2023
Grab Samsung W24 and W24 Flip Wallpapers
Samsung recently unveiled its fifth-generation foldable smartphones in China, where they have different names and features than the global versions. The Samsung W24 is the rebranded version of the Galaxy Z Fold 5, while the Samsung W24 Flip is of the Galaxy Z Flip 5. These phones have some differences in aspects like RAM, weight, and wallpapers.
The Samsung W24 and W24 Flip come with exclusive wallpapers that are not available on the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5. These wallpapers have feather-like designs with various colors, which look stunning on foldable screens. There are four wallpapers for the W24 and five wallpapers for the W24 Flip.
If you are using any foldable phones and want to try new wallpapers, you can download them from the links below.
Samsung W24 and W24 Flip Wallpapers
You can preview some wallpapers below.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus – Leaked 5K Renders and Design Revolution!
Samsung is yet to unveil its new Fan Edition products, while we got a sneak peek at its next-gen Galaxy S smartphones. Today, the high-resolution renders of the Galaxy S24 and S24 Ultra have been revealed, and it’s now the turn of the Galaxy S24 Plus.
Onleaks in collaboration with Giznext published the 5K renders of Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S24 Plus. The device brings the same aesthetics as the standard model of the lineup, while consumers will have some Ultra-grade specs such as battery and display.
The new flat frame is a significant design overhaul that Samsung enthusiasts will see with the Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus. On the front, there is a tiny punch-hole design consisting of the selfie snapper sensor, while the rear three cameras are placed vertically on the top left panel.