Just recently, we’ve reported that Samsung aims to surpass the 333 million units smartphones sales mark next year. There’s yet another big news which is that the company will launch around 52 new Galaxy smartphones in 2022 including budget, mid-range, and flagship.
Per the report of Korean media outlet TheElec, Samsung will launch 52 new models of smartphones next year, while the production of Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy S22 FE (Fan Edition) will begin during the third quarter.
67M flagship Galaxies might be shipped
Among the 333 million devices, Samsung wishes to ship around 67 million units of flagship Galaxy devices. In particular, the company is likely to manufacture 14 million units of Galaxy S22, 8 million units of Galaxy S22+ and 11 million units of Galaxy S22 Ultra next year.
Aside from this, it’s also reported that there will be 5.7 million units of Galaxy S22 produced production during the third quarter along with new foldable phones. Recently, it’s revealed that Samsung is planning to manufacture 2.9 million units of Galaxy Z Fold 4 and 6.9 million units of Galaxy Z Flip 4.
Galaxy A series
When it comes to units, the Korean tech giant is reportedly considering to manufacture the most numbers of Galaxy A53, Galaxy A33 and Galaxy A13 smartphones. Accordingly, these three models account for 23% of the company’s 2022 shipment target.
During Q1 2022, the production for Galaxy A53 and A33 will begin, while production for A13 will start during the second quarter. As expected, the company will manufacture 28 million units of Galaxy A53, 23 million units of Galaxy A33 and 27 million units of Galaxy A13.
For the higher-tier Galaxy A series, Samsung will start production of A73 5G during the second quarter of next year and is aiming to manufacture 3.4 million units. For the Galaxy A53 5G, which starts production during the first quarter, the company plans to produce 28 million units.
Last but not least, TheElec report also pointed out that the low-end phones Galaxy M53 5G, M33 5G and M13 (F13) will also enter into production during the second quarter. Still, we are waiting to see the Galaxy S21 FE ahead of jumping to next year, what do you think? Let us know through comments.
Guide to switch between Bixby and Google Assistant on your Samsung Galaxy Watch 4
Every Android smartphone user might be aware of Google Assistant. It lets you set an alarm, start a timer, make a call, send a message, check today’s weather, control smart home devices, ask for problems and queries, and others by just your voice.
This wonderful feature is now not only limited to phones and tablets but is compatible with wearables too. Recently, the Google Assistant feature is released for Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic in many countries.
So if you have received the Google Assistant on your Watch 4 and downloaded it but don’t know how to switch between Bixby and Google Assistant, d take advantage of the few simple steps mentioned below.
Switch Google Assistant on Samsung Galaxy Watch 4
- Open the app drawer on your Galaxy Watch 4 model.
- Enter the Settings.
- Scroll down and tap on the Advanced features option.
- Select Customize keys.
- Finally, under the Press and hold, select your preferred assistant.
How to use Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Google Assistant
When you open it for the first time, it will ask you to Connect by opening your phone and following some prompts.
- Activate Google Assistant.
- Access your Assistant with “Hey Google”
- Agree to Voice Match.
- Saving audio is your choice.
- Gets personal results on your watch.
- Talk to your Assistant with a button.
Samsung launches Expert RAW for Galaxy Z Fold 3, download here!
Samsung just released a new update to the famous Expert RAW Camera application through the Galaxy Store, which adds support for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable smartphone. You can download the Expert RAW Camera app directly through the Galaxy Store on your Galaxy Z Fold 3, which has a package size of nearly 50MB.
Expert RAW app allows Galaxy consumers to vividly capture their precious moments using a wider dynamic range that lets them capture a lot more. Moreover, additional features enable brighter and clearer photos even in low light conditions alongside settings for shutter speed, EV, focus, and so on.
You can also download the latest Expert RAW Camera APK.
Initially, Samsung released the Expert RAW Camera function for the Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone, and later on, the Galaxy S22 lineup debuted its support out of the box. Shortly after the Galaxy S22 launch, Samsung confirmed to bring the Expert RAW support to more Galaxy devices.
Galaxy Z Fold 3 Camera
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 comes with a triple rear camera setup including a 12 MP primary sensor with f/1.8-aperture lens, a 12 MP ultrawide sensor with f/2.2-aperture lens, and a 12 MP telephoto sensor with f/2.4-aperture x2 optical lens.
According to DxOMark evaluation, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 Camera has accurate target exposure in most photos, bright color and neutral white balance in outdoor and indoor photos, well-controlled noise in most photos, and good detail in close and medium-range telephotos.
Samsung to collaborate with Red Hat for Next-Gen Memory Software
Samsung Electronics the world leader in advanced memory technology and Red Hat, Inc, the worlds leading provider of open source solutions, have announced a broad collaboration on software technology for next-gen memory solutions, today on May 25, 2022.
The Executive Vice President and Head of the Memory Application Engineering, Yongcheol Bae from Samsung Electronics, and Senior Vice President of Red Hat Asia Pacific, Marjet Andriesse were present at the collaborative press meet.
Both will focus on the development and validation of open-source software for the existing emerging memory and storage products that include NVMe SSDs; CXL memory; computational memory/storage (HBM-PIM, Smart SSDs) including building an expansive ecosystem for closely integrated memory hardware, and software.
We all know that the exponential growth is data-driven by Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality and the metaverse is bringing mind-boggling changes to the memory design. Therefore now it requires more sophisticated software technology.
So, their would-be requirement for better hardware to keep the software working is why Samsung and Red Hat came together to make concentrated efforts to define and embrace the memory hardware solution along with the software. The upcoming era will be truly data-centric, and the software and hardware architecture have become increasingly essential for the purpose. I think this has driven Red Hat to participate with Samsung Electronics.