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Samsung will introduce new SmartThings solutions at the Korea Electronics Show

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Samsung is taking part in the Korea Electronics Show that will hold at COEX in Seoul from 4th to 7th. In the event, Samsung will introduce a large number of SmartThings customized life solutions.

According to the information, Samsung has set up approximately 890 square meters of area for the exhibition and designed it so that visitors can experience various scenarios of the “SmartThings Everyday Paint” campaign, which is running since June 2021.

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SmartThings Daily Drawing is a video and experience campaign that showcases the experience of connecting external devices along with Samsung electronics and services in a real-life scenario. Till now 32 movies have been released, showing the different lifestyles of SmartThings and getting a good response from the consumers.

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Furthermore, the company has set up 5 themed experience zones where you can find out how to use your own SmartThing. These include:

Everyday Ability Level Up:

In this area, the indoor environment is pleasant through SmartThings’ Pet Care Mode by removing pet fur and odor with air purifier ‘Bisock Cube Air’ and robotic cleaner ‘Bisock Jet Bot AI’.

In addition, the smart electric curtain is closed, the smart bulb is slowly turned on, and the ‘sleep mode’ that converts ‘bespoke wind air conditioner’ and ‘bespoke cube air’ into windless mode creates an environment where you can get a good night’s sleep easily and quickly.

Wise Hobbies:

Here, you can experience various mobile and IT devices, start the game with the ‘Soundbar’ notification, and enjoy team play with the ‘Odyssey Gaming Monitor’. You can also experience the process of customizing indoor lighting inside the East Sea using ‘Broadcast Mode’ and ‘Galaxy Book 2 Pro’ and S Pen for 1 person.

Love Me Earth:

It is for customers who care about protecting the environment. This zone shows the daily routine of making it easy to practice energy conservation by remotely switching household appliances in the house to sleep mode while going out.

My Own Kitchen Torang:

Samsung presents a more evolved routine based on the SmartThings Cooking Service. The ‘View Inside’ function of the ‘Bispock Refrigerator Family Hub’ allows you to check the status of food storage and order the products you need.

Whereas, the ‘Sommelier at Home’ function shows you how to manage wine in the ‘Bespoke Wine Refrigerator’ and get recommendations for pairable recipes, and then transfers MilkKit recipes to the ‘Bispock Cooker’ to make it easier to complete meals.

Family Peace Room:

Lastly, the Family Peace Room Zone that is based on episodes that you can experience in the home of the examinee’s children. For high-3 kids who have returned home, the ‘bespoke cube air’ is switched to windless mode and the smart light bulb and smart LED stand are automatically adjusted to complement the experience of increased concentration.

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Other than these, 5 zones, Samsung has created the Going Tomorrow Zone at the center of the exhibition hall that showcases Samsung Electronics’ commitment to environmental and sustainability management.

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Android’s Ultra HDR will work on third-party camera apps

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Google is working to expand Android’s Ultra HDR support to third-party camera apps. It will significantly improve the user experience as they can directly capture images from a social media app or a third-party camera app.

With Android 14, Google debuted Ultra HDR camera technology. It’s a new Google-made image format that is based on JPEG. The JPEG helps the device capture both SDR and HDR versions of the scene and display it according to the device’s hardware.

At present, many third-party apps with built-in camera support can’t capture photos in Ultra HDR. It’s going to be changed soon. It’s expected that the Camera2 API powering the feature could be used by apps that want to deploy Ultra HDR functionality.

As the image is based on JPEG format, it can be viewed in any handset. If your device has compatible hardware (display), you will notice more vibrant and contrasty colors. However, devices that lack hardware will display the same image but in its SDR format.

JPEG file keeps an HDR gain map in its metadata, making it possible to extend Ultra HDR support. Third-party app developers can make changes so the app’s native camera can apply an HDR gain map over the base SDR version of the image which is already contained in the file.

Apps crafted using Camera2API will benefit first from Ultra HDR support. Meanwhile, CameraX API-based applications will have to wait for Google to bring that functionality over. Regarding this, the company has already made an announcement but an official release is yet to come.

Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series, Pixel 8, and Pixel 7 series are some of the devices that screen Ultra HDR images in their full glory. These smartphones are set to receive many fruitful enhancements through the CameraX platform upgrade to support Ultra HDR format.

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Samsung Galaxy A54 5G (Quantum 4) bags July 2024 security update

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Samsung Galaxy A54 July 2024 update

Samsung Galaxy A54 5G, also known as the Quantum 4 in Korea, is now receiving the latest July 2024 security update. The update brings enhancements for security and stability, aiming to provide a better user experience.

The July 2024 update includes the most recent Android security patch. This patch is essential for protecting the device against potential security risks and ensuring a safe user experience.

Additionally, the update enhances GPS-related features by applying stabilization code, making location services more accurate and reliable. However, it does not include any new features or changes but provides smoother device performance.

July 2024 security update for Samsung Galaxy A54 5G smartphone can be identified via One UI build version A546SKSS6CXG1. It weighs 261.33MB of software package. The update is currently live for users in Korea and will be available in more countries in the coming days.

If you have received the notification of the update then install it now to get a bug-free experience. You can also check the update by visiting the Settings app on your smartphone and opening the Software Update section.

Now, click on the Download and Install option. If any update is available, you can follow the on-screen instructions to install the update on your Galaxy smartphone.

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Next premium Loewe Stellar TV will run Samsung’s Tizen OS

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Samsung Tizen OS Stellar TV

Samsung Tizen OS will be seen in Loewe’s premium Stellar TV. The company revealed that Tizen OS will be used in Loewe’s latest premium TV, set to launch on July 15 in Europe.

The Korean tech giant considers it a big milestone for the Tizen Licensing Program. It first commenced in 2022 and is now rapidly growing in Europe and worldwide.

Based on the newest 2024 Tizen licensing platform, Tizen OS for Stellar offers a wealth of content and service options, making it the ideal choice for Loewe’s discerning customer base.

With Samsung Tizen OS, Loewe Stellar TV users have access to a wide variety of features, ensuring an unparalleled entertainment experience. Key features include:

  • Samsung TV Plus: A vast array of free channels and on-demand content, providing a diverse selection of entertainment options.
  • Gaming Hub: Access to top gaming platforms and services, offering an integrated gaming experience of 1,000+ titles without the need for a console.
  • SmartThings: Seamless connection to smart devices in your home.

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Loewe is renowned for its luxury and high-end TVs. The company is famous for its impeccable design and use of premium and unique materials including stone and concrete back panels.

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Samsung’s Tizen OS runs on 270 million Smart TVs globally. It delivers an intuitive interface, which minimizes the steps required for navigation and customization.

Tizen OS users can stream their favorite content and play thousands of games — all on one screen — and every aspect of the TV experience is personalized and secured by Samsung Knox.

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