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Samsung Split-Screen view, here’s how to use

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Several times we use different apps on our smartphones at the same time, because one app cannot do all our work. But switching apps again and again not only wastes a little time, as well as sometimes our work also gets spoiled. Are you also troubled by constantly switching apps? So now no need to worry as Samsung provides a Split Screen view feature for Galaxy devices.

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To be mentioned, the Split Screen feature comes with Android 7.0 and after that, it gets enhanced regularly. Samsung is one of the biggest Android phone makers that provide the Split Screen View feature for Galaxy devices.

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Samsung offers Split Screen View or Multi Window features that allow you to alternate between apps, adjust the size of the display, and copy information from one app to another. This feature saves our time as well as allows multitasking.

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So let’s see how you can use the split screen view feature in your Galaxy smartphone.

How to use Split Screen View?

You can easily access the Split Screen feature on your Samsung smartphone. The company offers different ways to access Split Screen View, let’s see two of them.

Split-screen through Recents

If you have opened different apps on your Galaxy smartphones, then you have to follow the steps given below.

  •  Open Recents on your smartphone
  • Now, you can see the app icon on the top of the recent screen.
  • Tap and hold on to it.
  • Open in split screen view option appears
  • Click on the option. The app has been open partially on the top half of the screen.
  • On the bottom half, you can see a Select split-screen app with a search icon.
  • You can choose any app to open in the second half of the Split Screen.

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Split-screen through Edge Panels

With One UI 4.0, Samsung brings the Edge Panels feature that let quick access to users’ favorite applications, contacts, live messages, and features through different panels on the Edge screen. You can also use the Split screen view feature through Edge panels.

If you don’t know how to enable Edge Panels, then you can check here. After enabling it, you can follow the steps mentioned below to use the Split Screen feature.

  • Swipe to open Edge Panel.
  • Open the first app and keep it open
  • To open the second app, again open Edge Panel.
  • Tap the icon of the app and hold on to it.
  • Drag and drop it on the bottom of the screen.
  • Now, you can use both apps at the same time.

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Notably, some apps need a full screen so that’s why we can’t open them in Split Screen.

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Hey, Camila is here! From the very beginning, I love using Samsung phones like a die-hard fan. Apart from detailing One UI features for readers, I love exploring different apps of the Samsung ecosystem with a cup of tea!

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Samsung formed R&D team to optimize power efficiency and performance of SSD in India 

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Samsung Electronics has been the top vendor in the SSD market since 2006, and the firm has recently formed an R&D team for SSD solutions in India. However, the reason behind forming a research team in India could be the aim to leverage local talents to develop its specialized leadership.

Going toward the details, Samsung Semiconductor India Research formed a team under Memory Solutions, which will be responsible for researching ways to optimize power efficiency and performance for SSDs in India and maintain leadership in the sector.

The source also claims that Samsung held 35% of the NAND market in 2022 and expects AI and autonomous to drive demand for its memory business as a surge of data requires a considerable amount of memory, with HBMs meeting demands for high-density and performance.

During the fourth quarter earnings call in 2023, Samsung stated that with the market’s recovery, demand for SSD products continued to grow steadily, with server SSD shipments increasing by approximately 50% compared to the fourth quarter of 2023.

This trend is expected to extend into 2024 with a focus on high-end products. Consequently, the global SSD market will expand from US$16.69 billion in 2023 to US$38.56 billion in 2027.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE February 2024 update reaches Europe

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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone users are getting the February 2024 security update in Europe. This update is already rolled out for Galaxy S21 FE users in India, and the US.

The update primarily focuses on enhancing the system security of the device by including the latest Android security measures. Additionally, the update addresses various bugs and stability optimizations, which brings a better overall user experience.

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February 2024 security update for Samsung Galaxy S21 FE in Europe can be identified through One UI build version G990BXXS6FXA7. The company is regularly working to make this update available to all models.

Users can install the update through Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install. If you have received the update notification, then update it now to enjoy enhanced functions.

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Samsung establishes new organization in Silicon Valley, USA to produce AGI-specific chips

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Samsung Electronics has recently established a new semiconductor development organization in Silicon Valley, USA, to produce AGI-specific chips. While the evolution of AI semiconductors that will serve as the brain for artificial intelligence computation has already begun.

To be mentioned, the next-generation AI semiconductor will think and act like a human. Consequently, the leader of the organization in which Samsung AGI-specific chips will be developed is Senior Vice President Woo Dong-hyuk, a former Tensor Processing Unit developer at Google.

This organization of Samsung operates under the name of AGI Computing Lab. Therefore, AGI Computing Lab is expanding its organization by posting recruitment notices for key personnel, including senior developers at Microarchitec, in the United States.

The era of AI has arrived and the intelligence ​​market has just increased, competition among global semiconductor companies. Thus, Samsung’s jump into the development of AGI chips can be interpreted as a determination to target key areas of the AI ​​market.

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Artificial general intelligence (AGI)

Artificial general intelligence (AGI) refers to artificial intelligence with capabilities equal to or greater than that of humans. The graphics processing unit (GPU) has played the role of the AI ​​brain, and the next-generation AGI semiconductor must calculate more data faster and also significantly reduce power consumption.

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