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Samsung Galaxy S22+ running modified Exynos 2200 spotted on Geekbench

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We are months away from the expected launch of Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S series, meanwhile, the rumors regarding upcoming Galaxy S22 series flagship smartphones are emerging on the web continuously.

According to the latest rumor, the running score information of the Galaxy S22+ appeared on the Geekbench website. The listing revealed SM-S906B is the codename of the upcoming Galaxy S22+/S22 Pro smartphone.

As mentioned in the Geekbench document, the device runs Android 12, most probably the 4.1 version of the One UI. The strange thing is that the processor is designed with 4 large cores + 4 small cores, and the frequencies are 2.5GHz and 1.73GHz respectively.

Galaxy S22+ Geekbench

Previously, it was reported that the Galaxy S22 series phones will be equipped with Exynos 2200 processors, equipped with a Cortex-X2 super-large core, 3 large cores, and 4 small cores, but this latest running information suggests that the lineup could use different processors.

Tipsters, previously, revealed that Samsung will reduce the size of the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ smartphones as well as the battery capacity will also be reduced. Notably, reports predict that this processor cancels the super core in order to reduce the power consumption of the processor to ensure battery life.

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Since the Galaxy S22 series has not been released yet, the authenticity of Geekbench’s running score cannot be determined. The specific SoC parameters need to be announced at the press conference, and the above revelations are for reference only.

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Samsung Galaxy A14 design leaked in 5k renders and 360-degree video

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Recently, we saw the renders of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphones – Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra through a very-well known creator On Leaks. Now the same source has showcased the renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A14 that revels its design from a 360-degree view.

On Leaks has collaborated with GizNext to unveil the design of the Galaxy A14 smartphone. As per the renders, the forthcoming device is slightly similar to its precursor in terms of design.

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The front design shows that the display has changed to Infinity-U instead of Infinity-V which Galaxy A13 has. It looks like the Korean company saved the punch hole design for the next generation of this series which could be known as Galaxy A15.

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Samsung Galaxy A14 design 

The Samsung Galaxy A14 smartphone reportedly features a larger 6.8-inches FHD+ LCD screen compared to the 6.6-inch panel of the A13 and has dimensions of 167.7 x 78.7 x 9.3mm.

Moving on, the flat frame and circular camera designs are also similar to the previous model. It’s worth mentioning the new devices feature a triple camera setup rather than the predecessor’s quad camera.

Samsung Galaxy A14 design 

Other than these, the back panel seems to have a plain gradient design, currently, it’s only showcased in black color but the company will surely introduce more colors. Lastly, the renders also suggets a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for privacy.

Besides, the remaining design aspects including the positioning of the power key-integrated fingerprint scanner and the volume rockers on the right spine are identical. There’s also a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, and the speaker grille at the bottom of the phone.

Other than these, Samsung is suggested to launch the new Galaxy A-series smartphones in early 2023. Meanwhile, if the company goes with this year’s Galaxy A-series launch schedule, the Galaxy A14 might launch at the end of this year.

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Apple wants Samsung and LG to develop 3500ppi OLEDoS panels for AR/VR device

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Samsung and LG displays are the best in the market, and Apple on its iPhones uses the display which these two companies make. Recently, Apple has increased the specification it wants from its OLED on Silicon (OLEDoS) panel from Samsung and LG display manufacturers that it will use in upcoming AR/VR devices.

Going by the report, the US tech has originally requested Samsung and LG to develop 2800 PPI (Pixels per inch) panels for AR/VR devices. Meanwhile now, the company has increased the display specs to 3500 PPI.

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The report by The Elec further says that the intention to improve the display specs is to increase the immersion consumers feel from its first-generation mixed reality headset that is suggested to launch in next year.

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The information further says that Apple will initially use Sony’s micro-displays and then shift to LG and Samsung in second-gen headsets. Apple’s mixed reality headset will start with OLEDoS at 3500ppi, meanwhile, Samsung and LG are working on using future LEDoS displays at 6,000-7,000ppi.

The Elec believes, “Samsung Display had been slow to dip its toe on OLEDoS as it believed it was a small market but the top executives at Samsung had admonished Samsung Display for judging on the technology quickly.”

Moreover, the information also suggests Apple considers OLEDoS to be a lower entry barrier than LEDoS and wants to take the lead on the latter technology over its rivals LG Display and Sony.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 hinge breaking reports emerge in large number

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Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldable smartphones feature more durable hinge compared to their predecessors. Both the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 passed various durability tests, and videos revealed a newer Samsung hinge system, featuring a narrower gap, but reports of hinge breaking have started to emerge.

The Galaxy Z Flip 4 comes with a starting price tag of $999, but, still has less durability, as reported by a group of users on the web. According to users, the hinge of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphone is breaking (disjointed) even without minimal drops.

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Spotted by PiunikaWeb, some Galaxy Z Flip 4 users believe that Samsung’s new hinge design got failed in durability than the previous iteration, making the foldable smartphone weaken. With just a quite minimal drop, the hinge of the device got damaged, hinting the internal joint has been broken.

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Adding to this, the Galaxy Z Flip 4’s hinge is disjointed even after it was protected with a hinge protection strap and an armored cover, as cited by users. A user even claimed that he dropped the Galaxy Z Flip 3 but it has no problem even after a year, while, it’s not the same case with its successor.

Here is the video of one of the affected units.

As the owner of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 shown in the video, the device’s hinge got badly damaged, internally. The phone is not opening at over about a 90-degree angle due to internal damage to the hinge, and the screen will badly break the sides if the phone gets forcefully unfolded.

We are not sure whether it’s a manufacturing defect or a flaw in the new hinge system that debuted with the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Samsung should look into the matter and help buyers fix the broken hinge of their $999 foldable smartphone alongside thinking about further durability improvements.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

User reports:

I expected that the z flip 4 have stonger hinge and screen as enodrsed by Samsung during the launch of this device. But apparently it’s the other way around as the z flip 4 seems to be more fragile than the z flip 3.

Phone fell from waist height to the floor. Closed, in it’s silicone case, flat onto the ground. I’m 5ft4in. Phone now doesn’t open fully, and the top and bottom halves are misaligned from that tiny drop. Permanently stuck in flex mode, if you will. There’s visible warping underneath the left side of the hinge on the screen, assuming from whatever is underneath getting dislodged and poking upwards.

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