Samsung has been creating great lines of their devices with under-display cameras. The Consumer electronics giant has played a vital role in bringing smartphones with infinity displays. It is an amazing development leap, and here we are to praise a few of these great smartphones that have been creating history with the incredible aesthetics that they have.
Flagship smartphones have an under-display selfie camera
Samsung might not claim to work for Under Display cameras, but at the same time they also do not hesitate is maximizing the display. Those punch-hole cameras have been amazing and that display is something, which makes us stop and look for the great screen experience it offers. We hope that Samsung will continue to grow in this area and continue to create history.
Why we should look out for an Under-Display Camera?
Everyone has this one thought of why we should be praising something in the tech industry, the praises emerge because of the hopes we line up to get some great aesthetics. This is the sole reason, why I am hoping to get that great infinity display than a cool outer display. Brilliant picture quality and all. Then there is this competition of our brand ruling so that we can create that Hype of having this amazing device from a famous brand, and it is undeniable.
Another addition in the series.
So, Samsung never stops and this time too, it has plans of releasing the most anticipated and foldable smartphone that will bewitch the mind of every fan out there. This is none other than the Samsung Z Fold 4, which will have the best under-display camera, one can ever imagine as Samsung is amongst the top companies that have the potential of bringing in something of this high class.
Even Apple is left behind
Apple and Samsung have been great competitors, the Seoul-based consumer electronics giant has ruled the market in competition to Apple, and this time too, the way they are progressing with something that Apple might not be released even in the coming two years. Yes, Apple has no plans for the tech that Samsung has already surpassed and that’s History.
Hey, Samsung! It’s time to begin Stable Android 13/One UI 5.0 rollout to Public
Google released Stable Android 13 update for Pixel owners on August 15, while, OPPO and OnePlus managed to deploy their custom skins; ColorOS 13 and OxygenOS 13 within about a month. So why not its time for Samsung to come up with the Public rollout of its One UI 5.0 based on Android 13?
Beginning August, Samsung is conducting the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta activity on select flagship Galaxies, however, Public rollout is expected later this year. On October 12, the company is going to hold an annual developer conference where it will introduce One UI 5.0.
Android 13 launched on the 15th of August and the Korean tech giant is still running the Beta activity of One UI 5.0 on its Galaxy S22 and S21 series devices. As Samsung’s developer conference is set to begin on October 12, it will be around two months after the Stable Android 13 release.
One UI 5.0 is ready for Public distribution?
The Galaxy S22 series’ One UI 5.0 Beta participants have received three test builds in qualified markets. The company mistakenly ruined its animation smoothness perfection with the 2nd Beta, while it’s not been retained even with the Beta 3 update and needs more improvements.
Apart from this, there are a lot of reports about functionalities and features that are not properly working on the One UI 5.0 Beta version. For sure, the Korean tech giant will provide fixes for these newly emerged errors and issues with further Beta builds.
One UI 5.0 Multi-User Mode
Animations and system navigation smoothness are the two key points that are yet to be improved before the One UI 5.0 deploys to the Public. However, Samsung is already late as rivals from China (OPPO and OnePlus) rollout out the Stable Android 13 to their top flagships.
OPPO and OnePlus have a limited number of active smartphones that can’t be compared with Samsung Galaxies. While the reach of both phone makers is not widespread, it’s not the same case for Samsung as Galaxy phones are available worldwide.
Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 series users are allowed to get the One UI 5.0 update in 7 countries including the United States via the Beta program. On the other hand, users from the rest of the world are required to wait until the company begins Public One UI 5.0 distribution.
“It’s time for Samsung to begin the Stable One UI 5.0 rollout, for Galaxy S22 series, at least!”
Hey, Samsung! Galaxy S23’s 5% battery boost is a welcome move, but 25W charging is unacceptable
Battery capacity and charging speed are the two key specs that are consumers’ top priorities nowadays. Next year, Samsung will unveil its next-gen Galaxy S line – the Galaxy S23 series, which could feature battery capacity increased by 5% but charging speed stuck at 25W.
With the Galaxy S22 Plus and S22 Ultra, Samsung brought back the 45W charging support, which might not be continued. At the same time, the middle child of the upcoming Galaxy S23 lineup is rumored to boast the same size battery, but Samsung is extending its capacity by 200mAh with dimensity increment.
5% battery increment is a welcome move!
In the recent past, an alleged Galaxy S23 Plus battery passed the SafetyKorea certification, which hints the size of the battery is almost the same as its predecessor. However, a recent Korean media report revealed that the Galaxy S23 Plus flagship will have 5% increased battery capacity, thanks to increased dimensity.
With the same size of the battery, Samsung appears to be offering a 4700mAh capacity to the Galaxy S23 Plus smartphone, which is 200mAh higher than the Galaxy S22 Plus. Well, an additional 200mAh battery capacity isn’t too much but it’s a welcome move for sure!
Samsung may be offering higher battery power while keeping the size the same is just amazing. Our flagship will continue its premium design without additional weight or a thicker middle frame. It’s all about technology and innovation.
Really, 45W charger is a hoax?
Various reviewers, general consumers and reputed media outlets had the same feedback about Samsung’s 45W phone charger and its authenticity. A reviewer at CNET revealed that the 45W charger managed to charge the Galaxy S22 Plus slightly faster when starting from 0% over the course of 10- and 20-minute increments.
On the other hand, when plugging in at 25%, the 25W adapter filled a higher amount of battery after 10 and 20 minutes, and the results were the same when charging from 50%. The same feedback has also been conveyed by AndroidAuthority.
As the 45W fast charger seems like just an “on paper” thing, the Korean tech giant might not be continuing the same offer with its next-gen flagship smartphone lineup. The Galaxy S23 Ultra test model has recently passed Chinese 3C certification, which revealed a 25W
fast charging feature.
In the United States, OnePlus is offering up to 125W fast charging with the OnePlus 10T, which is a mid-range smartphone. At the same time, Galaxy flagships are stuck on just 25W for years and Samsung calls 25W fast charging, it doesn’t make sense.
We know the Korean phone maker doesn’t believe in just “on paper” and the numbers game, but then, what about the 200MP camera sensor? Motorola used Samsung’s image sensor and introduced the world’s first 200MP camera smartphone, and Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumored to become the second next year.
The battery capacity and charging speed are subject to consumers’ routines, how much time they can use their phone if away from the charger, and how much time they need to keep their phone plugged in to get it fully charged. What do you think about 25W speed? Is it really “fast charging” against rivals, let us know through social media.
Stable OxygenOS 13 released but Samsung hasn’t surrendered
Samsung is still testing the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta on Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 series devices. And similar to the last year, Samsung got defeated by OPPO & OnePlus in the race for the earliest Android-based custom skin shipment.
10 days ago, OPPO shipped the Stable Android 13-based ColorOS 13 upgrade to its most-recent flagship lineup – Find X5 series. And recently, OnePlus has also released the Stable OxygenOS 13 update, based on Android 13 OS, to the OnePlus 10 Pro flagship.
It means, Samsung got defeated by not only Google (of course, there’s no competition), but Chinese Android vendors – OPPO and OnePlus have also rolled out the Stable Android 13 update for their flagship devices ahead of the Galaxy S22 series.
Well, OnePlus managed to seed the Stable OxygenOS 13 update for its most recent flagship, but, what will happen with it next year, and then? No need to scratch the head, in case you are a true Samsung fan and OnePlus consumers are well aware of the future of so-called flagships.
Yes, that is what the Chinese phone makers follow, just sell the product and forget about the support. No doubt, the OnePlus 10 Pro started to get the Android 13 Stable update in a very short time after the Pixel release. At the same time, there are a lot of examples of promises that are never fulfilled.
OnePlus 7 users crying for Android 12
Back in June 2019, OnePlus launched the OnePlus 7/7T series which includes a total of 4 models. These devices are packed with Snapdragon 855 chipset and Android 9 Pie operating system out of the box. OnePlus promised to deliver at least three major OS upgrades, which is becoming true as well but with tortoise speed.
In 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series devices that received the Stable Android 12 update earlier this year. Moreover, the company released another incremental upgrade – One UI 4.1 to these older flagships in the month of March.
OnePlus, on the other hand, started the Android 12 Beta program for the OnePlus 7 series device in early July to provide the OxygenOS 12 custom skin. The Open Beta program is available for consumers in limited countries, and the remaining are still running Android 11, while Google’s going to begin preparation for Android 14.
Samsung sold a huge number of Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series devices, which means the company has already deployed the Android 12 upgrade for millions of consumers worldwide. Meanwhile, OnePlus is just managing to become “first” for newer models and it’s already last for older ones!
Samsung should boost up Android deployment
Samsung is the king of the Android updates segment, even, though Google is far away with its “handful” of Pixel smartphones. The former plays a big role in the Android ecosystem by shipping the highest numbers of Galaxy devices, with support for up to 4 OS upgrades to flagships and select-mid-rangers.
Google’s still stuck on 3 OS upgrades for its Pixel flagships, while the security patch updates promise is the same as Samsung’s of five years. As the Korena tech giant is a leading smartphone brand with worldwide reach, it should further improve its Android development department for faster rollouts.
“At least, Samsung is not bias like vendors from China.”