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Samsung offering 5% discount on payments done by Samsung Pay in Germany

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For over a year now, German customers have been able to pay securely, transparently, and easily when traveling with Samsung Pay. During the celebration, there is a very special promotion for Samsung Pay users with their next purchase at Samsung’s online store – Samsung offers a 5 percent discount on all purchases made through the payment system throughout October.

Customers who pay to buy from Samsung’s online store via Samsung Pay in October will not only benefit from birthday discounts. The promotion can be combined with all other current discounts on the online store – which is very useful for chat hunters even before Christmas. All new customers who register with Samsung Pay in October can also benefit from the discounts.

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It doesn’t matter if you have a smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, refrigerator, TV set, washing machine, or smart home device. Just go to the online store at www.samsung.de with your smartphone, add the product you want to the shopping cart and you pay with Samsung Pay. The discount is kept in the shopping cart during the payment process and is calculated on the purchase.

All customers who have not yet used Samsung Pay but would like to receive a 5% discount can sign up for a mobile payment app in a few steps using their compatible smartphone.

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Just launch the Samsung Pay app pre-installed on your Samsung smartphone or download it from the Play Store. Registration is free and applies to almost every bank account in Germany a credit card is not required. After registration, Samsung Pay is ready to use in just a few minutes.

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Samsung Galaxy devices lost WhatsApp chat history migration feature exclusivity

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Over the past few months, WhatsApp has introduced the ability to transfer chat history from an iOS device to an Android device. However, that feature was unique to Samsung’s Android smartphones for a limited time. Now, this feature is being released on some Android smartphones.

Recently, Google announced that the recently launched Pixel 6 series and all existing Pixel phones support the migration history of WhatsApp chat from iPhone. Google says this feature will not be limited to Samsung and Pixel devices and will be available on all new phones introduced on Android 12. It is not yet clear whether the transfer tool will be available on upgraded devices from Android 11 to Android 12.

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The transfer process involves connecting your iPhone and Android phone via a Lighting cable to USB-C. Google suggests users will be instructed to scan a QR code on their iPhone while setting up their new Android phone to forward to all WhatsApp conversations, media, and more.

Google claims to have worked closely with the WhatsApp team to make this happen. Data remains secure during transfer. The migration tool also ensures that you do not receive new messages on your old phone while the transfer is in progress.

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Samsung SmartThings brings Matter device control to multiple Galaxy products

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Samsung SmartThings, a leading technology that allows for a connected life to drive the future of the IoT, today announced the addition of a new protocol, Matter, which allows users to control Matter-enabled devices using their many Samsung products.

Announced at Matter allows Samsung Galaxy devices, TVs, and Family Hub1 appliances to have more flexible connecting options via SmartThings.

Launched earlier this year, Matter is an industry-standard that transforms the industry created by more than 180 companies and transforms the smart home industry. Matter aims to be a de-facto standard for all homes, giving users interaction between devices, flexibility and flexibility, and more options when purchasing connected home devices.

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As the founding member, SmartThings is one of the most flexible platforms capable of working with multiple contracts including, Zigbee, Z-Wave, and now, Matter, enabling buyers with smart homes available to seamlessly integrate new devices into their homes.

In addition, Matter opens a brand new chapter for global innovation, which allows more time to focus on creation while reducing the time spent on duplication of efforts across a variety of ecosystems.

Mature-enabled devices will join many of the products and products already available within the larger SmartThings ecosystem, including devices from Google, eve Systems, Honeywell Home by Resideo, Linksys, Nanoleaf, Philips Hue, Schlage, Wemo, Yale, and more.

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Historically, the connected home has been very diverse and SmartThings has been the last to connect devices together across all types and platforms. The SmartThings open platform brings together devices, developers, and services to provide one of the largest integrated ecosystems.

With hundreds of proven products and millions of users across the site, SmartThings supports the establishment of a connected life across all multiple-use situations. Samsung will bring Matter to a wide range of products by 2022 as the new standard is available and fully integrates the SmartThings platform.

For more information about SmartThings, please visit www.smartthings.com.

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Samsung updates stock Camera app for better photography

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Samsung is continuously working to provide the software update to its each and every smartphone and stock application. Following this, the company has recently released a new software update to the Samsung Camera app, which comes with some fixes and optimization for a better photography experience.

You can identify this latest update by version number 11.x. (30) and package size of 61.71MB. However, this latest update is only applicable for the devices running on Android 11+.

Apart from this, Samsung is preparing to release the stable Android 12 based One UI 4 update for its high-end Galaxy devices as soon as possible.

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Recently, the company has released the One UI 4 beta program for the Galaxy S21 series in select regions, which brings new features and improvements for better performance.

Read more: One UI 4.1 Eligible Devices: Next Samsung Android 12 update after One UI 4.0

In addition to this, the Korean tech giant also confirmed to announce the stable Andriod 12 update for Galaxy devices later this year. It comes with new and improved customization and privacy capabilities that give users control over many aspects of their mobile experience.

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Talking about the Samsung Camera app, the basic camera UI got a simpler and clearer layout in the Android 12 update, and the preview only displays the information you need. The scene optimizer button will only appear in Photo mode if there’s low light or you’re scanning a document.

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