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Samsung developing more eco-friendly OLEDs for phones, laptops and smart TVs

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Just recently, Samsung Display has registered two more trademark applications for ‘Eco OLED’ and ‘Eco² OLED’ with EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) and UKIPO (United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office) that are related to OLED screens.

The trademark is classified as category 9 and is described as follows: “OLED display panel; smartphone display; television display panels; flexible flat panel displays for computers; tablet monitors; notebook display; display for communication apparatus.”

However, its description is quite identical to the previously filed “Round Diamond Pixels” trademark by Samsung. Meanwhile, it is still unclear whether this is the same type of OLED screen or not, plus the representation of the name “Eco²” remains a mystery.

Aside from this, the South Korean tech giant has also registered a similar logo in which the E part of Eco is made of a green leaf, which suggests this product will be extremely environmentally friendly.

As we know that OLED displays have been rated environmentally friendly because they use relatively less energy, require fewer components, and generate less carbon dioxide emissions. And there’s a possibility that Samsung has further optimized the production process to produce it in a more eco-friendly way.

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Samsung One UI 6.1 Natural Density (ND) Camera Filter

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Samsung One UI 6.1 ND camera filter

Samsung‘s One UI 6.1 brings support for several new features to enhance the Galaxy Camera experience and one of them is the Natural Density (ND) filter. This feature was once exclusive to the Galaxy S24 series, introduced with the first One UI 6.1-based update. And now, it is available on the Galaxy S23 series and Fold 5, enhancing mobile photography.

The ND filter allows amazing control over the lighting in photos, mirroring the functionality of professional camera filters. This is especially useful for outdoor settings where lighting can vary considerably.

With settings ranging from ND2 to ND1000, users can easily adjust exposure to capture the perfect shot, regardless of lighting conditions. You can adjust the lighting on your smartphone camera very practically and easily.

Samsung One UI 6.1 ND camera filter

This camera feature simplifies the process of taking high-quality, full-body photos of outfits, which is often challenging due to fluctuations in natural lighting. The ability to adjust filters directly from the camera preview screen enhances the convenience, making it accessible to all users.

The Natural Density (ND) filter eliminates the need for external accessories and complex editing on One UI 6.1 running devices as it allows users to achieve professional-grade photography with just a few taps.

If you have a Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy S23 series, or Galaxy Z Fold 5 smartphone, you can try this amazing Camera feature.

Samsung One UI 6.1 ND camera filter

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Display green line issue again plaguing Samsung Galaxy S21 phones 

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Green Line Display

Users of Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and S21 Ultra reporting the display green line issue following the software update. A few months back, many complaints surfaced on the web, citing the same problem due to the latest software installation only.

Now it looks like the display green line issue again haunting users of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. A thin vertical green line appears on the screen without any external damage from the insertion of foreign material.

The green line issue is a hardware defect, which couldn’t be generated by software only. The problem occurs when because of a faulty display connector or flex cable. Internal elements could be damaged because of phone overheating due to software installation in Exynos phones.

In the past, we’ve seen many cases of the green line on display problem in Samsung phones. The company has also offered free screen replacement to select models, hence, there’s no other way to address it. Software glitches can be addressed by hard reset, but hardware defects can’t.

Since the connector and flex cable link the display to the phone’s main circuit board, the green or purple line could appear if any one of those components gets faulty. Apart from damage, looseness could also lead to display-related problems, including green vertical lines.

The problem appeared mostly on Exynos-powered Galaxy devices. The reason could be the overheating, which further extends while the phone installs a new firmware update. In the worst case, the surrounding atmosphere could also lead to damage to display-related components.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE April 2024 update live in the US

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE April 2024 update US

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE smartphone recently received an April 2024 security update in Europe and the company is now expanding to users in the US. The update is available for locked models on AT&T, Dish, Metro PCS, Sprint, and T-Mobile network carriers.

Users of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G smartphone can identify the April 2024 security update in the US with the One UI build version G781USQSFHXD1. The company will soon make this update available in more countries.

April 2024 security patch addresses a bundle of vulnerabilities and bugs affecting Android systems and Samsung devices. Google patches 1 critical and 26 high-level CVEs for the Android operating system while Samsung includes 17 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items.

Users can check new software updates manually with a handful of simple steps. Firstly, visit your Galaxy device’s “System Settings,” once done, scroll down and tap the “Software update” tab, followed by the “Download and install” button.

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