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Looking at Samsung, Apple started doubling its environmental efforts

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At present time Samsung is busy developing recycled and refurbished products that are surely going to reduce the environmental impact and save our Mother Earth and its atmosphere from being polluted. In an effort to reduce the e-waste in the Indian Ocean it is soon going to produce discarded fishing nets.

Looking at this Global IT companies like Apple are also joining the league. It has also started to work on recycled products. It has also started disassembling and recycling more than 1.2 million iPhones a year with its recycling bot Daisy.

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According to the research and improvements that Apple has done on its internal recycling plant which first handles 15 products and can now handle 23 products. It has been noticed that 59 percent of its recycled product consist only of Aluminium as raw material.

Talking about the researched facts 4.4 tons of carbon is emitted per ton of plastic produced every year. By using such fishing nets, the emission can be reduced to 1.1 tons, which is equal to 120-year-old pine’s annual absorption capacity.

According to some environmental strategists and experts, the amount of waste is increasing by 640,000 tons a year globally. Global IT companies can make an effort to recycle more and more waste products and reduce plastic packaging by reducing the plastic packaging material.

It’s very easy to recycle the waste product from the sea as it is already exposed to sea salt and ultraviolet rays because their physical properties are already lost to a large extent.

Apple has included two new recycling bots, Taz and Dave, which can help in mining 2000 tons of metal from the available raw material at a time. Samsung is also overcoming the difficulties that are faced during the innovative regeneration of smartphones, and in the future, you could see a recycled tag on your favorite Samsung phones.

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Deal: Get $150 discount or $200 Amazon Credit

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You can save up to $200 on Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra for a limited period. Two stunning deals offer an instant discount of $150 or $200 Amazon Promotional Credit. We don’t know how long the deals will remain live, so hurry up and make your purchase.

Samsung is offering an instant discount of $150 on the Galaxy S24 Ultra. Meanwhile, you can grab a promotional gift card of $200 by purchasing Amazon. This credit would be used for shopping on the platform, so it makes sense as it saves you an additional $50, than Samsung.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra is equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. This advanced chipset is paired with well-optimized software and Galaxy AI technology. The camera department is also packed with advanced image sensors and intelligent photography algorithms.

7 years of OS upgrade support makes it a worthy purchase. Such longer software support allows you to freely use your device for years to come. Even if you opt for a new model after two or three years, the second-owner of the device won’t feel it older!

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Samsung Galaxy A34 5G price slashed by INR 6,500 in India

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Samsung Galaxy A34 5G seeing a huge price cut in India, following the Galaxy M15 and M55’s debut. The company has recently released the Galaxy M55 5G in India, which is capable enough to de-rank the A34 5G, with the Galaxy M35 also in the pipeline.

Following a drop of INR 6,500, the Galaxy A34 5G 128GB is now available for purchase at INR 24,499. It’s down from its original price of INR 30,999. You can double the storage by spending INR 2000 more on its 256GB variant, available on Flipkart.

Galaxy A34 5G April 2024 Price Cut India

8GB + 128GB:

  • Original Price: INR 30,999
  • Price Cut: INR 6,500
  • Revised Price: INR 24,499

8GB + 256GB:

  • Original Price: INR 30,999
  • Price Cut: INR 6,500
  • Revised Price: INR 32,999

Samsung’s Galaxy A34 5G is available in Black, Light Green, Light Violet, and Silver colorways. Launched pre-installed with Android 13, it received the Android 14 update in late 2023. The company will offer three more major upgrades to the device.

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Samsung solidifies 15 years of leadership with record-breaking signage sales

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Samsung today announced that it has ranked first in the global digital signage market for the 15th consecutive year. The company has solidified a decade and a half of market leadership with record-breaking signage sales.

Market research firm Omdia named Samsung the number one signage manufacturer for the fifteenth consecutive year. The report says Samsung led the global signage market with a 33% market share by selling over 2 million units.

Looking ahead, the global display signage market is poised for rapid growth, with an expected annual increase of 8% leading to a projected market size of $24.6 billion by 2027, up from $14 billion in 2020.

Samsung’s leadership in the digital signage industry can be attributed to its commitment to product and service innovation. We can take the innovative Visual eXperience Transformation (VXT) platform as a pretty good example.

“We will continue to provide the highest value to our customers by offering specialized devices, solutions and services that address their diverse needs.” – Hoon Chung, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

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