Recently, Samsung and National Police Agency signed an MOU of Understanding on Telecommunications Financial Fraud Elimination on the 24th in the presence of National Police Agency Chief Kim Chang-Ryang and Chief Choi Yun at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, head of the Samsung Electronics Business Support Office.
As voice fishing crime practices become more and more intelligent day by day, as the damage to the public increases, it is imperative to design preventive measures to minimize the risk.
Under this trade agreement, the National Police Agency will provide the latest crime analysis data obtained from actual voice fishing cases and Samsung Electronics will develop security technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) based voice fishing detection based on this.
Commissioner Kim Chang-ryong of the National Police Agency said, “This collaboration with Samsung Electronics is an exemplary case of ‘public-private collaboration scientific security’ in which the police and Samsung Electronics, a global company with advanced technology, joined hands to prevent damage from telecommunication financial fraud.
I would like to express my gratitude and continue to expand public-private partnership scientific security to prevent crime damage in the future.”
Here’s everything Samsung launching at Galaxy Unpacked August 2022 [Leak]
We are still a week away from the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked August 2022 event that is going to happen on August 10 and a mega leak reveals everything that the Korean company is going to launch at this event.
A renowned tipster named Evan Blass (via 91Mobile) has published the high-resolution press renders of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro in all of their colors.
Not only this, but the tipster has also managed to bring all the accessories of these products as well as their promotional marketing material. So other than their official pricing and the software features, there’s nothing left to know about these devices.
Let’s have a look at this big Samsung Galaxy Unpacked August 2022 leak below.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4:
As per the press renders shown by the tipster, this smartphone does not look any different from its predecessor. Although there are rumors that claim that we might see a thinner and lighter body as well as camera lens improvements.
Anyways, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will come in three color variants including Grey, Black, and Beige.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4:
We can see the Galaxy Z Flip 4 in Black, Bora Purple, Light Blue, and Pink Gold color variants. This phone also looks similar to its predecessor – Galaxy Z Flip 3, which has a dual rear camera, a small secondary display at back, and a punch hole for a selfie shooter. It is worth seeing what internal changes the company has made for the new-gen foldable.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5:
There are five color variants of the Galaxy Watch 5 model. It should be mentioned that this model will have two variants in itself – 40mm and 44mm. Both watches will equip the same features, specifications, and design. However, there will be a difference in the price.
These watches have six color options including Bora Purple, Graphite, Grey, Light Blue, Pink Gold, and White.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro:
This year, Samsung has replaced the old yet famous ‘Classic’ model with the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. The rotating bezel is not coming as well. This watch is claimed to offer improved battery life which is 3 days on a single charge. Also, it features 10W wireless charging which is the hight smartwatch so far. It will come in Black and Gray Titanium colors.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro:
The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is coming with a couple of major upgrades over the previous model. It has an Intelligent Active Noise Cancellation feature, ambient mode, and some outward design changes. Three color options are visible through the leak, such as White, Bora Purple, and Black.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Flip 4 official accessories:
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series official replacement straps:
How to check battery health of Samsung mobile
Every Android user usually has a battery problem with the smartphone. Phone batteries gradually decay with repeated charging and eventually discharge more quickly than when they were first purchased. But, if you’re constantly on the run, you wouldn’t want to occasionally deal with a dead phone, would you?
The simplest way to prevent this annoying situation is to keep an eye on your phone’s battery life. Don’t worry, there might not be a simple way to check this on your Samsung device. This article has explained how to check the battery health of your Samsung phone and keep your treasured device in working order for a longer amount of time.
What is battery health?
Simply said, a battery’s health is determined by how much it has deteriorated over the course of each charge cycle. Let’s pretend your Android phone has a 4500mAh battery to put things in perspective.
When the phone is fully charged, the battery will hold 4500mAh in perfect health, however, with frequent charging, the battery’s health may only be 95%.
In that situation, the battery’s degradation over time will prevent your phone from getting the entire 4500mAh capacity out of it, even while it is fully charged. The battery life is inversely correlated with battery health.
This means that a phone with a low battery life will lose power more quickly and may also experience problems like overheating while in use.
Check battery health on Samsung mobile
You’re in luck if you use a Samsung device! The Samsung Members app is already pre-installed on your device, making it simple for you to monitor the condition of your battery. This is how:
- Scroll down to the Get Help menu in the Samsung Members app, open it, and select it.
- Select the Interactive checks option from the menu that appears.
- Choose Battery from the list of choices to view the strength, capacity, and longevity of your phone’s battery. The health of the battery will be determined by its life (Good, Normal, or Weak).
Note: To view the battery life of your Samsung Android phone, go to Settings > Battery and Device Care > Diagnostics > Battery Status if you’ve already checked the Battery option in the Samsung Members app.
Secret Samsung Keyboard customization tip
The pre-installed Samsung Keyboard on Galaxy phones can be modified in a number of customization ways. Its size, transparency, layout style, font size, modes, and many other attributes are all changeable.
And to top it all off, Samsung even allows you customization of the color of the Keyboard. The standard white-grey color scheme can become monotonous at times, as we all know. The Samsung Keyboard’s color can be altered in many different ways to give it a fresh appearance.
Splash of color
The goal of Android 12’s Material You is to show users that a little color can go a long way toward improving their experience. Samsung provides an option to update the keyboard’s default appearance if it is growing stale with its Good Lock modules.
Launch the One UI Good Lock app after downloading and installing it, then install the Keys Cafe module. When enabled, you can use themes to add color to your keyboard anytime you press a key. Sadly, the app isn’t accessible in all places.
Samsung’s contrast feature allows you to colorize your keyboard even if you are unable to access the Good Lock program. Although it offers a few fascinating colors, it is primarily an accessibility setting to make the keys easier to see. Go to High contrast keyboard in the Samsung Keyboard options. When it is turned on, you can choose from a variety of modes.