A brilliant Mercedes-Benz designer will now design Samsung Galaxy devices
On December 30, Samsung announced that it has appointed Hubert H. Lee as EVP and Head of Samsung MX (Mobile eXperience) Design Team to design Galaxy devices. No doubt, the company introduces premium smartphones with the best design in the industry, for which, Lee is now responsible.
Previously worked as Chief Design Officer of Mercedes-Benz China, Lee conveys over two decades of design and leadership experience to Samsung. Hubert H. Lee, who became the Head of Samsung’s MX Design Team received multiple awards for his outstanding leadership of Mercedes-Benz design teams in the US and China.
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Samsung confirmed to SammyFans, in his new role, Hubert H. Lee will lead the MX Design Team, which is responsible for creating Galaxy products like S Series, Z Series, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Watch and more. We are sure that future Galaxy devices will be seeing meaningful design changes.
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The company also hopes that Lee’s unique and visionary perspective will help shape the look and feel of Galaxy as part of building the distinct design ethos that users know and love. Lee is also happy to join Samsung and excited to create new mobile experiences through the art of design.
“I am excited to join a company that is on the bleeding edge of mobile innovation and lead the team responsible for creating new mobile experiences through the art of design,” said Hubert H. Lee.
Since the Galaxy S23 series is all set to launch in February, the design changes might be applied in the upcoming Galaxy foldables and 2024 lineup of Galaxy S. The wearable section also requires radical improvements and we expect the Galaxy Watch 6 series will set a new example of design.
Save big on Samsung Galaxy S21 series (renewed)
Samsung already Galaxy S23 series is already beating sales trends but if you are still interested in the Galaxy S21 series, then it’s the right time to save big on the renewed model.
Samsung Galaxy S21 certified renewed model is priced at $625 and there’s a $100 discount, which reduces the final price to $525. Similarly, Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G with a $100 discount now retails at $678, and the S21 Ultra 5G at $800.
However, there’s more possibility of increasing the savings on the certified Samsung Galaxy S21 series.
With a qualified trade-in, Samsung Galaxy S21 5G drops further at $365, S21+ 5G drops to $515 and the top model S21 Ultra 5G reaches a low at $640. Interested people have the option to also pay $15.21 for 24 months or pay in 4 installments at $91.25 biweekly.
So, it’s a good time for you to pick a Samsung Galaxy S21 and make it your daily driver.
Samsung America receives two 2023 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Awards
Samsung America announced that it has received two 2023 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Awards from the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. Notably, Samsung became the only company to be honored with two 2023 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Awards.
According to the official press release, Samsung continued the 10th rank in the “Manufacturer” category, which selects companies that develop energy-efficient products.
The first “Energy Star Award,” the highest grade in the “Energy Management” category, is awarded to companies with excellent performance in power management at workplaces.
Since Samsung Electronics won the “Sustainable Excellence Award” in the manufacturer category for the first time in the domestic industry in 2013 (except for 2017), it has continued to record awards every year.
The US government evaluates energy-saving activities and utilization of Energy Star certification for over 20,000 companies and organizations, and awards “Energy Star Awards” to eight sectors, including manufacturing, energy management, and retail .
The highest award, the “Sustainable Excellence Award,” is given to companies and organizations that have excelled in environmental protection and energy saving among those selected twice or more as the “Partner of the Year,” the main award in each category.
Top prize in “Manufacturer Category”
The Korean tech giant got honored with the Grand Prize in the manufacturer category for the 10th time in recognition of its achievements such as the energy efficiency improvement of many products and climate change education campaign for youth.
Samsung expanded energy-efficient products such as washing machines, dishwashers, and air purifiers, and obtained Energy Star certification for 474 products in the United States in 2022, a 24 % increase from the previous year.
Besides, the “SmartThings Energy” service, which enables real-time monitoring and saving of energy consumption of devices connected to SmartThings, has received Energy Star certification in the field of smart home energy management.
Top prize in “Energy Management” division
Samsung received the first prize in the energy management category in recognition of its performance in improving the energy efficiency of buildings and reducing greenhouse gas emissions through company-wide power management programs.
The company uses 100% renewable energy at its business sites in the US, and reduced energy consumption in buildings by 4.7% compared to the previous year by improving air conditioning and lighting facilities in major office spaces.
It has expanded the number of Energy Star certifications for buildings from 6 in 2021 to 12 in 2022, holding the second most building certifications in the United States. As a future vision, Samsung plans to improve average power consumption by 30% compared to models with the same performance in 2019 by 2030.
Samsung Galaxy A14 is versatile, trendy and affordable: Key Advantages
Launched back in January 2023, the Galaxy A14 is a versatile, trendy, powerful, and affordable Samsung smartphone that is full of key advantages. The company’s cheapest 5G handset brings 5G network, and great software support to the United States at just $199.
Key Advantages of Samsung Galaxy A14:
You’ll enjoy a spectacular experience with Full HD+ resolution on the Galaxy A14. On this massive 6.6-inch screen, you don’t have to squint hard to follow the action and you can do a movie marathon all day, every day without stressing out your eyes.
When it comes to Galaxy A14’s design, the beauty is reflected both inwardly and outwardly. Turn it over and you will appreciate the delicate lenticular texture along the back cover and the refined, polished camera deck in elegant Black, Dark Red, and Silver color options.
Whether you’re hitting all the social events, or just love finding adventure outdoors, you’re gonna need a phone that’s as robust are you are. The Galaxy A14 brings a massive 5,000mAh multi-day battery and improved adaptive power management that will let keep you up with your passions both day and night.
Nowadays, people have a symbiotic relationship with Instagram and TikTok. The camera is one of the most important features of a smartphone to this generation of content creators.
The Galaxy A14 brings a 50-megapixel main camera, bringing every detail of your highest-resolution photos to life. When you want to shoot a panoramic video, the 5-megapixel ultrawide sensor is here to make videography epic.
Then switch to your 2MP Macro Camera when you can capture the tiniest details like close-ups of the beauty of nature or if you’re doing a tutorial.
With selfies being everybody’s favorite content, the A14’s improved 13-megapixel front camera gives you a huge leap in selfie quality, so you put your best face forward for the world to see.
RAM Plus enables you to launch more apps faster, so you can multitask like a champ. Large, expandable storage of up to 1TB lets the overachiever in you save more photos, videos, and documents.
Despite great features, a large battery, and a stylish design, the Galaxy A14 meets your everyday sustainability goals as it is designed with eco-friendly materials. Recycled plastic is used in the device’s components, while its accessories are made with bio-based TPU.
Samsung also uses recycled paper for the packaging and is always exploring ways to minimize it, in order to reduce the amount of energy used in transporting the products.
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