Once in a lifetime till now you might have accidentally moved your Home Screen icons in the Samsung One UI 4.1 setup. You are not the first person in the world to face this problem, there are many.
Other than this your smartphone’s UI is fully capable to manage and locate those apps in a suitable place automatically. If you do not lock your home screen, the user interface will adjust them according to the layout dedicated to apps on the home screen.
There is one such solution available for the Samsung user that is locking the home screen layout with an option that is provided in the settings menu of your smartphone. Let me tell you how to do this.
How to lock your home screen icon in place?
To lock your Home Screen you need to follow certain steps on your Samsung Galaxy One UI 4.1 smartphone.
- Go to phone Settings
- Choose Home Screen
- Select the second last option from the menu ‘Lock Home Screen Layout‘
As soon as you select this option. It will prevent the items from your Home Screen to be misplaced or repositioned. All the on-screen elements, including icons, widgets, and web shortcuts, will retain their position until you unlock the home screen.
If the home screen does not have an empty space, a new shortcut is created in the new home screen upon the installation of a new app, that is why I think you should use the layout very smartly. I suggest you avoid installing too many apps unless you are using them. In this way, you can prevent your Samsung Galaxy phone’s home screen from looking cluttery.
55th Samsung shareholders’ meeting scheduled for March 20
Samsung will hold its 55th regular shareholders’ meeting on March 20 at the Suwon Convention Center in Gyeonggi-do. In this meeting, there’ll be a discussion on the approval of financial statements, the appointment of outside directors and audit committee members, the approval of director remuneration limit, and some changes to the articles of incorporation.
The Korean tech giant adopted an electronic voting system in 2020 to enable shareholders to vote in advance without attending the meeting in person. Shareholders can register their information and exercise their voting rights through the Korea Securities Depository’s electronic voting system from March 10 to 19.
The electronic voting system is available 24 hours a day for the convenience of shareholders. Shareholders can also check the convening notice and detailed information for each agenda item through the system.
Moreover, Samsung introduced online broadcasting of the shareholders’ meeting since 2021 to enhance shareholder convenience. Shareholders who wish to participate in the online broadcast can apply in advance through the Samsung Electronics website in early March.
Samsung’s Galaxy Experience Space opens in Barcelona, Spain ahead of MWC24
On February 15, Samsung launched the ‘Galaxy Experience Space’ at Plaza de Catalunya, the center of Barcelona, Spain, where visitors can try out various features of the Galaxy S24 series.
The Galaxy Experience Center will be open until February 29 and will demonstrate the new mobile possibilities enabled by Galaxy AI to consumers, media, and partners who come to Barcelona, Spain to attend MWC24.
In addition, Samsung is also promoting the Galaxy S24 series and Galaxy AI through a large outdoor advertisement in Plaza Catalunya, which draws the attention of local consumers.
Samsung maintains its unrivaled position in the global TV market for 18 years
Samsung has been the global leader in the TV market for 18 years in a row since 2006. According to market research firm Omdia, Samsung has a 30.1% market share based on sales in 2023, thanks to its premium products such as Neo QLED, ultra-large size, and lifestyle products.
The Korean tech giant sold 8.31 million units of Samsung Neo QLED in 2023 and 44 million units since 2017, leading the premium TV market. Samsung TV also dominates the ultra-large market over 75 inches and the OLED TV market, where it expects to grow further as the OLED lineup expands.
In the premium TV market, Samsung earned a 60.5% market share based on sales last year, which is a 12.2 percentage increase compared to 48.3% in 2022. It continues its strong performance in the ultra-large TV market, ranking first with 30.4% of the 90-inch and larger ultra-large TV market share.
Yong Seok-woo, President of Electronics’ Visual Display Business Division, said that the trust of consumers made this possible and promised to introduce more innovations in the future. He also announced the ‘AI screen era’ at CES2024, where AI screens will connect and control all home devices and offer new products beyond smart TVs.