Samsung Display is the world’s largest producer of digital communication displays. The company at the display week 2022 said that it is going to spotlight a wide range of most advanced display technologies.
Samsung Display is soon going to launch a gaming laptop that will feature an OLED screen with a 240Hz refresh rate, at the end of the year 2022. Samsung has already showcased the 15-inch Razer Laptop with OLED panel and QHD resolution at the display week.
All the specifications of the laptop are not known but could feature an Intel’s 12th Generation CPU along with Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti GPU. Samsung showcased the new category of Gaming Foldable OLED that maximizes the portability when not in use. Holding the device vertically allows a multiple display setup, providing a rich gaming experience.
Samsung QD-Display is the world’s first self-illuminating display that has built-in quantum dots that does not need any backlight. The company has demonstrated the QD panels in three different sizes. 55-inch and 65-inch for TVs and 34-inch for monitors.
The upcoming display to feature HDR10+ and Dolby vision capabilities. OLED provides a faster pixel response and is suitable for a smoother gaming experience. Samsung has also redefined mobile displays at display week and showcased the concept prototypes including Flex G and Flex S.
The basic difference between Flex G and Flex S is that one folds inward twice and the other folds inwards as well as outwards. The Display Week will run for 3 days from May 10 to 13, 2022 in San Jose, California. You can visit there and have a look at flex gaming.
How to get Android 14 Arrow gesture on your Samsung Galaxy [One UI 5/4]
With the One UI 6.0 software, Samsung adopted Android 14’s Arrow gesture element. Since all Galaxy phones are no longer eligible for the Android 14 upgrade, Samsung is letting Galaxy users get Arrow gesture animation on One UI 5 and One UI 4 OS version.
Earlier, Samsung updated Good Lock’s One Hand Operation + module, which allows you to apply Arrow gesture animation. Using it, Galaxy users should be able to get the redesigned gesture animation on their device even without having Android 14 OS.
First of all, update the One Hand Operation + module to version 6.7.17 via the Galaxy Store. Once done, you will be able to apply the Arrow 3 gesture animation, which is inspired by One UI 6.0 and Android 14. This trick is working on certain Galaxy devices that are not running One UI 6.
Samsung working on 1-inch camera with in-sensor crop zoom: Rumor
Samsung shipped its 200-megapixel camera with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Moving ahead, the company is expected to ship the next two S Ultra flagships with enhanced variants of its 200-megapixel sensor. A new leak reveals that Samsung is also working on a 1-inch ISOCELL camera sensor.
Tipster @Tech_Reve revealed that Samsung is working on a 1-inch ISOCELL camera sensor with 0.8µm pixels, dual-pixel autofocus, and in-sensor crop zoom. Apart from these details, the tipster hasn’t revealed the model number of this image sensor.
Earlier, the same source disclosed that the South Korean tech giant would bring a significant camera upgrade to the Galaxy S25 and S25 Plus. These flagships are said to introduce a new Sony image sensor, ditching the conventional ISOCELL camera.
Samsung updates Galaxy Buds Manager apps to enhance stability
Samsung has rolled out a new update for its Galaxy Buds Manager, Buds2 Manager, Buds Pro Manager, and Buds Live Manager apps. These apps allow users to connect and control their Samsung earbuds with other devices.
The update does not bring any new features or changes to the apps, but it improves the system stability and reliability of the earbuds. This means users can expect better performance and bug-free experience when using their Samsung earbuds after the update installation.
The update arrives with version 6.0.23111651 and a package size of 24.53MB, available on the Galaxy Store. The update is rolling out gradually so it may take time to reach your device.
You can check and install the update through Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. If you have received the update, install it now to enjoy enhanced features.