Samsung always seems to be future-ready. Presently preparing to contingency plan for uncertainties that are mounting globally due to the rising inflation rate, hike in interest rate, and more.
Samsung is closely monitoring global energy prices, including oil prices, and raw material supply chain disruptions. Preparing for the emergency plan, so that they can easily respond to the international changing situations with ease and flexibility.
Samsung thinks that future crises could be very different from what we have experienced so far. The inflation in raw material pricing and increased labor cost have slashed company profits.
The Korean tech giant and other conglomerates have set up emergency plans in response to the uncertain global business environment, to minimize the cost burden and speed up new growth engines.
Despite the adverse conditions, decreasing sales, and lockdown restrictions Samsung has made wonderful progress and has created various benchmarks recently. Such as the No.1 profit-making smartphone seller in the world.
The contingency refers to advance measures that Samsung and other companies like LG, SK, Lotte, POSCO, and HHI have been taking so that they can flourish by minimizing the loss and reviewing their planned investment for the present as well as future.
Looking at the recent trend the companies should plan to produce locally. Because risky Chinese manufacturers are providing the cheap and degraded raw materials and other goods, just for nothing. Along with that new consortium of companies should try to set new policies to minimize losses in terms of liquidity.
Being awarded for pure efforts in OLED display and TV production, the TV series is also awarded a carbon reduction certificate. This shows its commitment to new innovation in the field of technology and its dedication to serve the world.
Made in India Chromebooks: Google signs new partnership with HP
Google and HP have announced a partnership to manufacture Chromebooks in India, making them the first Chromebooks to be made in the country. The partnership aims to improve the digital education scenario in India by providing affordable and secure computing devices to students and educators.
According to the information, the Chromebooks will be produced at the Flex Facility near Chennai, where HP has been making various laptops and desktops since August 2020. The production of HP Chromebooks starts on October 2, 2023.
Chromebooks are the leading devices in K-12 education globally, with over 50 million students and teachers using them. Chromebooks have built-in accessibility and security features that make them ideal for online learning.
Today, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed the partnership through a tweet on X (Twitter). He mentioned, “We are partnering with HP to manufacture Chromebooks in India – These are the first Chromebooks to be made in India and will make it easier for Indian students to have access to affordable and secure computing.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 Plus with Snapdragon chip spotted on Google Play Console
Google Play Console listing doesn’t reveal much about its specs, while its existence is almost confirmed. The Galaxy Tab A9 Plus will feature a 1200 x 1920 pixels resolution display, while the size remains unknown at the moment.
Past reports revealed that this tablet will be equipped with Snapdragon 695 processor, coupled with 4GB RAM. However, the Tab A9 is said to sport MediaTek’s Helio G99 chipset and a 1340 x 800 pixels resolution display.
Samsung enhances Smart View feature through new update
Now, the company is enhancing the Samsung Smart View feature through a new update. It fixes some issues that users spotted in previous versions to improve the performance and stability of the app.
The installtion package size of this update is 5.73MB, available on the Galaxy Store. If you use the Smart View function of a Samsung smartphone, then you should install the latest update of it.
You can get the Samsung Smart View 188.8.131.52 update through Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. Also, you can download it through the link mentioned here.