Samsung has recently debuted a new module in the Good Lock service called Dropship. It lets users share files across platforms including Android, iOS and the Web. Since the Samsung Dropship is a part of Good Lock, the Galaxy Store is the only way to get it, and the version available on Play Store is fake.
As covered by AndroidPolice, there’s a fake version of the Samsung Dropship app is available on the Google Play Store. The listing has the same app icon as the official Dropship app and is currently in “early access” stage along with package name “com.samsung.dropship_client.”
The Play Store version of Dropship is unquestionably fake as the developer and publisher of this app is entitled “Assert Studio.” The same account also published a handful of other shady apps such as the Nothing Ear app with negligible downloads.
If you think Samsung could publish an app from a different developer app, then why did the company publish an app for Nothing device? Notably, the developer also published “mobile version” of the Paradox Interactive game Victoria 3 and another app called “Assert Studio Testing Tool” on offer.
Another thing to keep in mind that the Dropship app is currently exclusive to South Korean consumers as Samsung is testing the app. As soon as the Good Lock Dropship goes official for more markets, we will let you know. Also read | Download these 4 new Samsung apps to take full advantage of One UI 5.0
Glad to see, Samsung’s expanding Good Lock to more countries!
Good Lock is a cool tool for Samsung Galaxy customization, which is now silently expanding to more countries, worldwide. Today, Galaxy fans from Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Finland, Malaysia, and the Netherlands confirmed that the Good Lock is now available in Galaxy Store.
Aside from this, users residing in Mexico, Slovakia, Norway, Peru, Argentina, Thailand, Denmark, Chile, Colombia, Portugal, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland have also reported that the Good Lock app is now available, via XDADevelopers.
Before today, the Good Lock app was not available via Galaxy Store in the above-mentioned countries, which shows, Samsung is expanding its reach globally. It’s worth mentioning that the limited availability of Good Lock is one of the most raised complaints by Samsung users.
Well, we are now happy to see that Galaxy consumers from more global markets will now enjoy the bells and whistles of this One UI customization plugin. Meanwhile, the Korean tech giant has not yet officially disclosed any official list of new Good Lock markets.
It’s worth mentioning that the Good Lock app has entered new markets, but its full-fledged availability still remains awaited. As reported by users, the customization suite currently offers a few modules and plugins such as Wonderland and Nice Catch.
We are guessing that Samsung may soon expand the Good Lock app to more regions and countries, before introducing it to all markets globally. Well, the app is already available officially in 10 countries including Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, the U.K. and the U.S.
After the One UI 5 rollout, Samsung introduced a handful of new plugins and modules that offer more options and tools to Galaxy devices. The newly debuted services include Camera Assistant, Dropship, RegiStar and Galaxy to Share. Read more: Download these 5 new Samsung apps to take full advantage of One UI 5.0
Samsung unveils Galaxy Z Flip 4 Gigi by GASSAN Luxury Box in Netherlands
Samsung has officially unveiled a new edition of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphone in collaboration with another fashion brand Gigi by GASSAN Luxury Box. The company announced this new variant of the Flip 4 device at the Masters Expo in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Samsung has joined hands with luxury jewelry brand Gigi from GASSAN exclusively for Masters Expo. Both brands are known for their high-quality and beautiful appearance of products. Masters Expo is here the ultimate platform to connect the two brands and surprise the female target group.
Furthermore, the new limited edition luxury box carries the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 256GB variant in Pink Gold color along with a selected bracelet from Gigi by GASSAN.
Moreover, Masters Expo visitors will have a special opportunity to purchase this limited edition box at the Samsung stand. In addition, Samsung and Gigi by GASSAN also offer the option of engraving the bracelet to add a personal touch.
Entry-level Samsung Galaxy M04 launched in India – Check specs, price and availability here
Today, Samsung officially launched its new entry-level smartphone in India, known as Galaxy M04. The device comes with some sort of good features considering its price range. So Indian customers, who are looking for a budget smartphone, should definitely go for it.
It is worth mentioning that Samsung Galaxy M04 will be available to purchase in India starting from December 16. Interested people can then go to Samsung India’s online store and Amazon to purchase the device.
The Korean company has introduced the Galaxy M04 in Mint Green, White, Gold, and Blue colors and a starting price of INR 8499 (~$100) for the 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage variant. There’s also a 128GB storage variant, whose price is not confirmed so far.
Galaxy M04 Specifications:
The all-new Samsung Galaxy M04 smartphone sports a 6.5-inch PLS LCD that offers an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. Under the hood, it has an Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P35 12nm processor that is paired with 4GB RAM. Customers can further expand the RAM up to 8GB using the RAM Plus feature.
Moreover, the device features a dual camera setup on the rear, which consist of a 13MP main camera and a 2MP macro camera. Meanwhile, on the front side, there’s a 5MP shooter to capture selfies and make video calls.
In addition to these, the new phone equips a big 5,000mAh battery that supports only 10W charging. On the other hand, the device drives Android 12-based One UI 4.1 software. It supports 2 major Android upgrades, which means it will get upgraded until Android 14.
On the connectivity front, the handset offers features like dual SIM, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Unfortunately, it misses the fingerprint scanner but offers a face unlock biometric recognition feature.