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Samsung donates $100,000 to Canadian Red Cross for flood relief efforts in BC

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Samsung supports Red Cross to help communities affected by recent floods and extreme weather in BC. As Canada’s communities in British Columbia work to rebuild after a series of floods that led to the declaration of a regional emergency in November, Samsung Canada has donated $100,000 in support of ongoing relief efforts to the Canadian Red Cross.

Hundreds of assets are currently in clearance order, thousands BC. Residents were displaced. Nearly two months after the floods and devastating weather events in the province, the Red Cross continues to provide emergency relief services and assistance to the affected communities, including emergency shelter, beds, blankets and cleaning kits to affected persons.

The funds provided by Samsung support ongoing operations such as personalized Red Cross reception centers as well as mobile Red Cross emergency response teams, and are deployed to communities and evacuees who do not have access to specific sites or access virtual support.

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Samsung Canada is committed to ongoing relief efforts, including long-term recovery of affected individuals and communities, in the event of an emergency and the need for immediate emergency relief. To learn more about the Canadian Red Cross and to donate to the relief efforts in British Columbia, visit redcross.ca.

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June 2024 update coming to fix Galaxy S24 Ultra camera issues

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Samsung‘s flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra has been in the spotlight, not just for its amazing features but also for persistent camera issues that have bothered users. Despite several software updates, these camera issues remained unresolved. Now, it seems that the company will resolve the Samsung Galaxy S24 camera issues with the June 2024 update.

According to a reliable tipster @UniverseIce, Samsung is testing a new software version S928BXXU2AXEA, which is confirmed to fix the camera issues. This version is of the Galaxy S24 Ultra smartphone.

The new report indicates that the June 2024 security update for the Samsung Galaxy S24 series will fix camera issues. It could be significant as it will fix a major flaw that has affected the user experience.

The release date of the update has not been announced, but it is under testing. Users are hopeful that this will be the solution they have been waiting for. At the moment, we can take this information with a pinch of salt as no official announcement has been made regarding this.

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Samsung now aims 270 million Galaxy device production in 2024

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Samsung has reportedly increased its Galaxy device production plan for 2024. A report says that the company now aiming to produce 270 million units this year, a substantial 17 million hike compared to the original target of 253 million units.

South Korea’s TheElec also reports that Samsung could increase JDM smartphone production by 23 million units. In particular, joint development and manufacturing would be increased from 44 million units to 67 million units in China this year.

Last year, the South Korean tech giant was estimated to have set a plan to produce 253 million devices in 2024. Of the 253 million units, 44 million units were to be produced through JDM in China, which is going to be 67 million units – an increase of 23 million units.

Of the smartphone volume that Samsung plans to produce directly this year, 28 million units, are outsourced by Hansol Technics and Dream Tech at their Vietnamese factories. The volume of Hansol Technics is known to be 25 million units and that of Dream Tech is 300,000 units.

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Samsung teases Wear OS 5 One UI 6 Watch Beta, arriving soon?

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Samsung could soon launch the Wear OS 5-based One UI 6 Watch Beta program. The Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic may be the very first entries to the activity. Later on, the update might be expanded to the Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro as well.

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Recently, Samsung enthusiast theonecid/X spotted the One UI Watch Beta page in the One UI 6 section. The listing was spotted in Samsung’s Korean variant of the community. It indicates that the company is preparing to kick off the Beta Program for smartwatch models.

Google has recently unveiled the Wear OS 5, which is available in the Developer Preview channel. Samsung’s next major upgrade to smartwatch users will bring the latest Wear OS 5 on top of One UI 6 Watch. Prior to the Stable update, the Beta program will be conducted.

Wear OS 5 promises enhanced battery life and a new watch face format. It came after the latest OnePlus Watch’s lead with longer battery life. The new platform may also bring fruitful advancements to Samsung and Google’s eligible smartwatch models.

Samsung might launch the Galaxy Watch 7 in July this year. The upcoming smartwatches will most likely come with Wear OS 5-bases One UI 6 Watch pre-installed. New hardware-derived features are also expected alongside the rumored blood-sugar assessment feature.

Galaxy Watch’s Wear OS 5 Beta may be available in select countries including South Korea and the US. Last year, the company released around 8 Beta updates of One UI 5 Watch. We might soon get an official announcement regarding the Beta Program from Samsung.

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