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Samsung Canada announced top ten finalists of Solve For Tomorrow Challenge

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Samsung Canada, in partnership with Enectus Canada, is excited to announce the top ten finalists in this year’s Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge. Up to $5,000 in Samsung technology grants will be awarded to ten Enoctus student groups to help implement their projects ahead of the Enoctus Canada National Exhibition, which will announce the three winning teams.

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge uses Enactus powered technology to develop viable solutions to meet specific economic, social, or environmental needs, including education, sustainability, diversity, equality and inclusion, and mental health.

Do It! This year’s finalists were selected from universities across Canada and based on the potential of their projects to make a positive impact on the lives of Canadians.

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Top Ten Samsung Solve For Tomorrow Finalists:

  • Project Tax Program, Brandon University
  • True Grit, Durham College
  • Project United, Fleming College
  • Enviroot, Mount Allison University
  • S-Tech, Ontario Tech University
  • InstaSerum, University of Alberta
  • The Urban Farm, University of Ottawa
  • Fraser Valley AgroConnect, University of the Fraser Valley
  • TERRA, University of Toronto
  • Grocery Gap, Nova Scotia Community College

Based on the results of the participating teams’ programs, along with the quality of their final project submissions, all three teams will be selected to receive SFT Grand Prize, Prize Money and additional technology grants to help accelerate their projects.

For more information on how Samsung Canada is empowering the next generation through education, visit – Samsung Canada official.

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July 2024 update for Galaxy Note 20 series rolling out in Canada

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphones are getting the July 2024 security update in Canada. This update is already accessible to users in the US and The company plans to roll it out to more countries shortly.

This update includes the July 2024 security patch that helps protect user data and improve the overall performance of the device. It makes your Galaxy Note 20 device more stable, secure, and reliable.

Samsung releases the July 2024 security update for Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphones with One UI build N98xWVLS8HXFC in Canada. The update not only enhances device security but also ensures access to the most up-to-date features and enhancements.

To install the update on your smartphone, you just need to navigate toward your Galaxy Settings. Once done, visit the Software update tab and hit the Download and Install button. Let your device connect to the OTA server and allow it to download the new firmware, if there’s any.

Notably, the Galaxy Note 20 series update is currently running on Android 13 and is not eligible for the next One UI and Android versions. If you are planning to upgrade your smartphone then there are several options like the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy Z Fold 6, and Galaxy Z Flip 6.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra receiving July 2024 security update

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Samsung One UI 7 Galaxy AI features wishlist

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One UI 6.1.1 Galaxy S24 AI

Samsung One UI 7 update will come with new AI features for Galaxy devices. Post-Galaxy AI launch, Apple launched Apple Intelligence with iOS 18. Samsung has debuted new and improved AI features to counter Apple’s early entry into the segment.

Samsung One UI 7 Galaxy AI features wishlist

Galaxy AI comes with both on-device AI and cloud-processing-based features. The next frontier of Galaxy AI debuted on July 10 with the Galaxy Z6 series. However, we hope for more advanced and useful AI features with the 2025 iteration.

Enhanced on-device and cloud AI

Galaxy S24 and Z6 series are powered by Gemini Nano AI model. Google is working on Gemini Nano v2 with more AI capabilities, power efficiency, and reliability. It would benefit smartphones equipping the new AI model developed by Google.

The mixed suite of AI features is beneficial in many ways. Consumers don’t need to worry about privacy with on-device AI features. At the same time, consumers get quite useful image and video editing tools as well as wallpaper generators through cloud-based AI.

OS-level writing tools

One UI 7 should follow Apple’s edge of system-wide writing tools. Galaxy’s next major Galaxy AI upgrade should introduce features like rewrite, proofread, and summarize that work across all apps. Upgraded writing assistance will surely help Galaxy users in their everyday tasks.

AI notifications

Notifications are the most important aspect of our smartphones. Whether it’s a phone call, text message, or social media interaction, the notification function is the key to all. Due to multiple apps and services, users often face a condition where arrangement becomes a tough task.

Apple Intelligence managed to address the problem with the Priority Notifications feature. Artificial intelligence learns the usage patterns and importance plus priority of notifications. Based on deep analysis, the OS displays priority notifications on top followed by others.

Image and video enhancement

One UI 6.1’s Photo Editor added many useful tools for pro-editing in less time. Many third-party AI-powered photo editing apps are loaded with cool features. Samsung should adopt such tools to offer an effortless editing experience on Galaxy devices.

Smart Circle to Search

Circle to Search is a great feature that debuted with the Galaxy S24 series. Samsung and Google expanded it to their flagship devices. Besides, Google is working to fulfill its commitment to installing Circle to Search on 200 million devices worldwide.

This functionality should be further optimized with system functions. The addition of the translate button is worth praising and we need Circle to Search to evolve further. Apple’s iPhones don’t have any feature similar or equivalent to Circle to Search.

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Galaxy S21 Plus with Android 15 and One UI 7 listed on GeekBench

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus has been listed on the GeekBench platform, highlighting its performance with Android 15 and One UI 7. This smartphone performance has been tested with the next iteration of One UI, showing noteworthy scores.

According to tipster @tarunvats, performance details of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus running One UI 7 have been revealed through GeekBench. It achieved a single-core score of 1427 and a multi-core score of 2528.

Initially launched in early 2021, the Galaxy S21 Plus features either the Exynos 2100 or Snapdragon 888 processor, depending on the market. The latest benchmarks show the continued efficiency of this Galaxy S21 Plus model, enhanced by updates to Android and One UI. These updates are expected to offer improvements in user experience, security, and overall device stability.

In addition to the Galaxy S21 Plus, GeekBench has recently listed the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23 FE,  and Galaxy S24 Plus with Android 15 and One UI 7. You can check the scores of the latest models below.

Samsung Galaxy S24+ Geekbench Score

On the Geekbench platform, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus smartphone spotted testing One UI 7 and Android 15. The smartphone performance is defined with a single-core score of 2114 and a multi-core score of 6616.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Geekbench Score

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra also recently appeared running on One UI 7 and Android 15. It recorded a single-core score of 1658 and a multi-core score of 4028.

One UI 7 will be announced at the October 2024 Samsung Developer Conference. The Samsung Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy Z Fold 6, and Galaxy Z Flip 6 will be among the first devices to receive this major update. Later, the company will expand it to more Galaxy devices.

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