Samsung’s camera technology is becoming more advanced day by day and has previously developed the world’s first 200MP smartphone camera sensor, which features a dynamic pixel binning technology that can adjust the output resolution depending on input ambient light.
ISOCELL HP1 has already been developed but its successor ISOCELL HP3 is in news. According to Sammobiles, Samsung is working on this advanced sensor and could feature it in the upcoming S23 series of smartphones.
ISOCELL HP3 could also be used with the upcoming foldable Galaxy Z Flip 4 or the Galaxy Z Fold 4. At present times we see only 108MP and 50MP cameras set up to be used in smartphones that have been launched recently. Samsung is continuously working on an advanced camera setup but nothing can be cemented until a new device is launched.
What is ISOCELL Technology?
ISOCELL uses a new ChameleonCell tech that uses pixel binning technology, which either uses two-by-two, or four-by-four pixels combined together to bring ultra-resolution in a small package. This technology provides a picture that stays sharp, even when cropped or resized.
This ISOCELL camera sensor takes 8K videos at 30 frames per second. Merging the pixels eliminates the need to crop or scale down the image resolution, and this seems truly advantageous.
The sensor is eligible to absorb more light, producing brighter and clear photos in the indoor or evening environment. These sensors are more capable to take ultra-high-definition photographs on the mobile phone.
It’s the first time that Samsung has applied Front Deep Trench Isolation (FDTI), which is its proprietary technology. This technology holds more information in a form of light, improving the photodiode capacity and decreasing the cross-talk within the pixels.
We hope that we could see such high-tech and advanced camera sensors in upcoming Samsung smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Flip 4 pre-orders starting from 16 August in India
Samsung introduced Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 at Galaxy Unpacked event along with Galaxy Watch 5 and Earbuds2 Pro. The company started pre-orders for these foldable smartphones from August 10 in different countries and is now going to start pre-orders in India as well.
Samsung India officially announced that customers in India can pre-order Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 from August 16, 12 PM till August 17 midnight. Those who want to take this smartphone can take advantage of special offers while pre-ordering.
Starting August 16, consumers can pre-order the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphones for Rs 1,999 on Samsung’s official website or store. Those who pre-order these next-generation foldable smartphones will get an additional Rs 5000 off when the device is delivered.
With Samsung Live, be the first to experience the next Galaxy smartphone and get exclusive benefits of more than Rs 40000 plus a gift worth Rs 5199. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 Bespkoke Edition and Fold 4 1TB pre-booking will be exclusively available at Samsung.com at no extra cost.
Aside from this, Samsung Members who join The Smart Club will get special rewards, early access, and other offers. You can also exchange your old phone for the best possible online deals or offers.
How to check your Samsung phone’s warranty status
Samsung phones are undoubtedly awesome. From build quality and elegant design to powerful processors and camera setups, the company ensures Galaxy owners don’t compromise, at any cost. Your Samsung device comes with a 1-year warranty as your pocket safeguard, in case of any manufacturing damage, and you can check it too!
In order to let consumers check the warranty of Samsung products online, the company offers a dedicated webpage, however, it is currently available for the Middle East region only. Soon, the service is expected to be available in more markets so that users can get information about the warranty status of their phones.
How to check Samsung Warranty
If you are from one of the below-mentioned countries and wanna check out the warranty status of your Galaxy phone, visit Samsung’s Warranty Checker website. Here, you should see a drop-down menu letting you choose your location, followed by the Serial Number or IMEI Number section.
Once you found your country in the list of serviceable locations, you have to fill in the Serial Number or IMEI Number of your Samsung smartphone. If your phone’s box is away right now, don’t worry, just open the Samsung Phone app and type *#06#, and it will show you the required details.
Availability: The Korean tech giant is offering the online warranty checker service in United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi, Turkey, and Jordan. Meanwhile, it’s worth mentioning that you will be needing to log in with your Samsung account ahead of proceeding with the warranty check.
Samsung Device Care update gets One UI 4.1 support [13.0.03.1]
Samsung Device Care 13.0.03.1 update is still expanding for more Galaxy devices. The update brings Android 12-based One UI 4.1 support. The update enhances the overall performance of the app by fixing general issues.
You can get this update via Galaxy Store or download it directly from the link mentioned below.
- Samsung Device Care 13.0.03.1 update – APKMirror
June 19, 2022
Samsung is expanding the One UI Device Care 13.0.03.1 update to more users. You will have to download a 12.88MB software package to install the latest update or download it from the link mentioned below.
- Get Samsung Device Care 13.0.03.1 update – APKMirror
April 16, 2022
The Samsung One UI 4.1 Device Care feature gets a new update to make it more seamless and compatible through the Galaxy Store with version number 13.0.03.1. The Samsung Device Care feature allows you to optimize your smartphone with a single touch.
The latest update to Samsung One UI 4.1 Device Care doesn’t add any noticeable changes to the update changelog, but with every new update, the company aims to provide general bug fixes and improvements to the application. The update weight is about 12.88 MB.
Samsung One UI 4.1 Device Care:
Samsung Galaxy smartphones are preloaded with many features and security parameters that protect your smartphone from a few glitches and provide better performance than ever with regular updates. Along with a variety of interesting apps and a Good Lock modules, the Galaxy phone has some amazing features like device management.
To execute a performance check, exit the file and select the apps running in the background of your Galaxy smartphone with the ‘Device Care’ feature, to keep your phone performing at its best. And if you are unaware and wanted to use the feature then follow the below-mentioned steps.
Step 1: Open the settings
Step 2: Choose ‘Device Care’
Step 3: Select ‘Optimise now’ (To keep everything running smoothly)
- Get Samsung ‘Device Care’- APKMirror