Samsung Electronics is the world’s first advanced TV maker, going to release its first organic OLED television featuring each and every component to be wholeheartedly manufactured. Previously we have put a light on Samsung’s manufacturing plan, now we will discuss more on it.
According to sources, ‘Korean JoongAng Daily’ Samsung has possibly taken this decision to boost OLED production, for which it was previously dependent on LG Display for OLED panels, and is also presently affected by the short supplies of finished components for TV production and market supply.
Samsung said “We’ve decided to bring the Samsung OLED models to North America and Europe through advance orders because Samsung Display’s capacity is not able to cover the entire market,” said a spokesperson at Samsung Electronics.
Along with Samsung Display, the other player LG Display is also unable to provide sufficient display panels, even after having the production capability of 1,70,000 units, at its plants in Paju, Gyeonggi, and Guangzhou, China.
Benefits with Self-manufacturing?
According to us, it is a very bold move by Samsung. In this sole manufacturing, the company can have more R&D and will save enough penny that is unnecessarily invested in transportation, for the collection of various OLED components, and moreover, this could also save a lot of time. It is better if Samsung could manage to bring those component production units to one place.
Entering into self-manufacturing and increasing the foundry capacity will create a big difference with Chinese manufacturers, and could see a major price drop in their finished market products.
As Samsung’s commitment has represented its plan to supply new OLEDs globally, in a queue to boost its production and meet the desired market demands, it has jumped into organic OLED production. Meanwhile, LG and others are now busy doing their aftermaths of sales and supplies.
Samsung Galaxy S24 5G’s Striking Design Revealed!
It’s a very big day for Android enthusiasts! For those waiting for Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series, this article gives a sneak peek at the design of the upcoming S24. Reliable source today exposed the design of the Samsung Galaxy S24 5G and it’s undoubtedly stunning.
Samsung is preparing an early launch for its next-gen Galaxy S smartphone. The launch could happen in the third week of January 2024, while the design of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S24 has been revealed, courtesy of Smartprix, via Onleaks.
Per the input, the Galaxy S24 comes with a 6.1-inch flat panel. While the front remains untouched, there are notable alterations in the side frames, resulting in a subtly different in-hand experience. The next flagship brings a flat frame design, a departure from the rounded edges seen in previous generations.
Compared to the S23, the upcoming S24 could be slightly taller and less wide, with dimensions approximately 147 x 70.5 x 7.6 mm. Besides, the inclusion of a UWB (Ultra-Wideband) Antenna on the right side of the device is a notable first for Samsung.
On the rear side, the Galaxy S24 5G equips three cameras protruding individually from the frame, accompanied by an LED flash. Probably, the back will flaunt a soft matte finish, enhancing the tactile feel when held in hand along with maintaining continuity with its predecessor.
Samsung’s Familiar Yet Stylish Galaxy A15 Design Leaked: What’s New Under the Hood?
Samsung’s Galaxy A15 5G will continue to follow the signature Galaxy design language. Following the leaked renders, the design of the upcoming Galaxy A15 smartphone has been revealed in a new leaked image by well-known leaker Evan Blass.
The new leaked image flaunts Samsung’s Galaxy A15 in its Black colorway, revealing the side and rear design. On the back, the phone has three camera sensors (aligned vertically) and an LED flash. On the right side, there are volume rockers and a side key, as usual.
What’s New Under the Hood?
Earlier leaks revealed that the Galaxy A15 will measure 160.2 x 76.8 x 8.4 mm, and it will have a 3.5 mm headphone jack. There’s a USB-C port on the bottom, a flat-ish frame, and the right side, where the power button (w/ embedded fingerprint sensor) and volume buttons are.
Adding to this, the phone will have a 6.4-inch display, with a U-shaped notch. The 5G variant might bring a 6.6-inch 90 Hz LCD screen, the Exynos 1330 or MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC, 4/6/8GB of RAM, 64/128GB of storage, three rear cameras (50 MP main, 2 MP macro, 2 MP depth), a 13 MP selfie snapper.
Samsung Galaxy A52s starts getting September 2023 security update [1.5GB]
September 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G smartphone comes with One UI build version A528BXXU5EWH9 and a big size installtion package of around 1.5GB. The changelog of the update does not contain any new feature or change except for security maintenance and stability optimization.
According to official details, the September 2023 security patch fixes over 60 flaws found in smartphones and tablets in the previous version. In addition, it updates several stock apps to the newest version such as Samsung Notes, Members, Wallet, and Calculator.
The update is currently rolling out for Galaxy A52s smartphone in Brazil and the company will soon expand it to more countries. You can install the update through Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.
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