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Earlier, Samsung, the world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, announced that it received the industry’s first Triple Standard for carbon, water, and waste by Carbon Trust.

Recently, with plant production worldwide, Korea’s manufacturing plants all over the world, the company’s native country of Korea is home to multiple cutting-edge semiconductor campuses, five of which were recently acknowledged with the industry’s first Triple Standard certification for carbon, water and waste by Carbon Trust.

In addition, Samsung was awarded this certification by reducing the quantity of carbon emissions, water use, and waste discharge over the past three years at five operations in Korea and four global manufacturing sites in the U.S. and China.

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Samsung South Korea invites you to visit the five Korean-made facilities in the video below, which were filmed with a drone for an amazing bird view of the new facilities. Watch the video below to learn more.

The Onyang Compass is located in the hills and faces the final phase of semiconductor manufacturing. It covers the construction of semiconductor packaging, production, testing, and delivery of the final product. Surrounded by lush green fields and hills. Cheonan Campus is the future of chips where next-generation packaging technology is being developed.

The second video is shot using a racing drone, complete with amazing capabilities in the air. We see that all the campuses shown in these videos have great buildings, large parks, and wide streets.

 

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Samsung May 2024 One UI Updates List

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Samsung May 2024 update list

Even while extending the One UI 6.1 update to more devices, Samsung has not forgotten to release the monthly patch. The company initiated the May 2024 security patch rollout with the Galaxy S24 series and then released it for other devices, which you can see in the list below.

The Korean tech giant is regularly working to ensure that all compatible Galaxy devices will receive the latest security update soon. The May 2024 patch addresses 45 vulnerabilities including 33 identified by Google, with 3 Critical and 26 High-level CVEs. Additionally, there are 25 fixes specific to Samsung.

Throughout this month, Samsung plans to upgrade several eligible devices to the One UI 6.1 software. The update has been rolled out to the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Fold 4, Flip 3, Fold 3, Galaxy S22 series, S21 series, Galaxy A33, A54, A34, and A73 smartphones. More devices are expected to receive the update shortly.

Some devices will also be updated to One UI 6.1 along with the May 2024 security patch. Below is a list of Samsung devices that have already received the updates in May 2024.

Samsung One UI May 2024 Updates List

May 17

  • Samsung drops May 2024 security update for Galaxy Z Flip 5

May 16

  • Samsung Galaxy S23 series grabs May 2024 security update
  • Galaxy Z Fold 5 starts getting May 2024 security update

May 15

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 gets security boost with May 2024 update

May 9

  • May 2024 security update rollout begins with Samsung Galaxy S24

*This article will be updated to include the new releases as they become available for other devices.

Samsung May 2024 update list

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Samsung enhances Single Take feature with May 2024 update

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Samsung has rolled out a May 2024 update to its innovative Single Take feature with version 4.0.00.34 for Galaxy devices. This update focuses on enhancing user experience and reliability.

Single Take feature is known for capturing moments using AI to take multiple types of photos and videos with a single shot on Samsung smartphones. This feature now gets smarter with a new update.

The latest update refines some app functions to make it more intuitive and user-friendly. In addition, Samsung has addressed some issues to provide a seamless photography experience.

The update is expected to enhance the overall performance of the feature, ensuring that users can capture their precious moments without any issues.

As the update rolls out, Samsung advises users to download and install the May 2024 update version to enjoy the enhanced capabilities of Single Take. You just need to download a 31.3MB package to install the update via the Galaxy Store.

Samsung’s Single Take Camera mode just got better with Galaxy S24 series

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 crease to be smaller, Flip 7 to get new hinge

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 might bring a smaller crease over its predecessor. A new report indicates that the company will use thicker ultra-thin glass (UTG) for the Galaxy Z Flip 6’s folding screen.

Upgraded ultra-thin glass (UTG) in Galaxy Z Flip 6 will result in a smaller crease and durable screen. While the Galaxy Z Flip 5 comes with a UTG of 30 microns, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 might use 50 microns thicker UTG.

TheElec reports that the Galaxy Z Flip 6’s new UTG should bring improved surface hardness and a smaller crease. Besides, a new hinge and even thicker UTG is expected to be employed in the next Flip smartphone.

The South Korean tech giant has greatly reduced the crease visibility with each iteration. Last year, both foldable phones debuted the new waterdrop hinge, which lets them fold flat without leaving a gap in the middle.

Samsung hasn’t yet confirmed the launch of its upcoming foldable phones. However, the event is expected to take place on July 10 in Paris, France, in view of 2024 Olympics kicks off in the same month.

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