[S23 Ultra Camera Teaser] Samsung just confirms Galaxy S23 Unpacked for February 1
Update: Jan. 10…
Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy S23 series on February 1st, 2023. Recently, the company accidentally published promo material, and tipster IceUniverse has now shared alleged Galaxy S23 Ultra trailer, which focuses on camera and low-light photography. Enjoy the teasers below.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 10, 2023
Update: Jan. 08…
Twitter page SamsonUpdate spotted that Samsung Estonia accidentally revealed the pre-order gift of the Galaxy S23 series. The company could bring Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, which costs $229.99, for free to pre-order Galaxy S23 between February 2nd to 8th. Notably, the pre-order benefits may vary by region.
Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro ($229.99), will be given away as a preorder gift with the Galaxy S23. Preorders will start on February 2 and run through February 8. The phones will be released on February 9.
Courtesy Samsung Estonia.
— Samson One UI 'UPDATE FOR ALL' Movement (@SamsonUpdate) January 8, 2023
Initial story: Jan. 06…
Samsung Unpacked event is all set for February 1, 2023, and mistakenly official Columbia website revealed it. As there are just three weeks remaining for the 2023’s biggest unveiling, Samsung’s website mistakenly published the Unpacked invitation early.
The official leaked poster of the Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event showcases the new camera design of the Galaxy S23 smartphone. To be noted, the S23 series will introduce three models namely Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Ditching the current design, the sequels of the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus will follow the Galaxy S22 Ultra and S23 Ultra when it comes to rear camera design. Apart from the Contour Cut camera appearance, the first press render has no additional details, however, it will appear soon!
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Samsung will establish smartphone factory in Egypt
On June 2nd, Samsung met Amr Talaat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology Egypt, and agreed to establish a new smartphone factory in the country. Both parties agreed on the construction of a smartphone factory across 6,000 square meters in Beni Suef.
According to the information, the new Samsung smartphone factory, which will establish in Egypt, will create about 1,400 direct and indirect job opportunities. In addition, it is planned that the factory’s construction will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023.
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Samsung’s factory will deliver the latest Galaxy smartphones, made by Egyptian hands and global technology. Moreover, it will help transfer technology and technical know-how to the Egyptian market, thus supporting the indigenization of the mobile phone industry in the country.
Egypt’s ICT Minister noted that the govt is keen to introduce incentive schemes for investors and provide a workforce well-versed in electronics-related specializations. The new factory builds on the productive cooperation with Samsung, which paid off with the manufacturing of educational tablets in Egypt.
Samsung invites a well-known journalist to address youths in the US
Today, Samsung invited Richard Smith, a world-renowned journalist, and CEO of the Pinkerton Foundation, who has taken the lead in resolving social problems for youths in the US, to examine the direction of desirable leadership in a rapidly changing global environment.
The South Korean company conducts a special lecture by Richard Smith for youths/executives during the next-generation executive training course held at the Hoam Hall of the Samsung Human Resources Development Center in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do.
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CEO Richard Smith gave a lecture on “Leadership in Challenging Times,” a mindset that next-generation managers should have and ways to improve leadership. This special lecture served as an opportunity for executives to reflect on how prepared they are to become managers and healthy corporate management.
This special lecture was prepared as part of Samsung Chairman Lee Jae-yong’s emphasis on “creating an organization that is flexible to change.”
Chairman Lee Jae-yong said at the airport after a business trip to Europe in June 2022, “ There are many chaos, changes, and uncertainties in the market, but our job is to bring in good people and create a flexible culture so that the organization can adapt to changes.”
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Samsung Rugged devices’ performance exceeded Kruger Construction expectations
Samsung provides Rugged Galaxy devices that meet the needs of industries that demand reliable, durable, and powerful mobile devices under a variety of working conditions, even in the harshest environments. Recently, by testing the durability of the Rugged lineup, construction contractor Murray Kruger conveys that the Samsung Galaxy XCover 6 Pro and Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro are capable of surviving harsh construction conditions.
Kruger has been in business for 22 years and started his own contracting company in 2012. It specializes in insurance repairs and renovations, possibly one of the harshest construction environments with smoke, ash, clogged basements, toxic fumes, and below-freezing temperatures.
According to a 2022 survey by Samsung Electronics Canada of Toronto Building Society members, more than 40% of respondents believe their current mobile devices cannot cope with their work environment.
Both the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro and Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro are IP68 rated and meet the MIL-STD-810H standard for harsh environment durability. The devices are scratch-resistant, water- and dust-resistant, can withstand drops of up to 1.5 meters, and can function in extreme altitudes and temperatures.
The advanced Gloves Mode allows the screens of both devices to remain touch-responsive even if the user is wearing leather gloves. Even, the staff of Kruger Construction also noted that both devices provide excellent connectivity even behind steel barricades or in flooded basements. Galaxy XCover 6 Pro exclusively supports 5G and Wi-Fi 6E for ultra-fast connectivity.
Through both the Samsung rugged devices, the construction crew got creative. Krugers puts several tests but the performance of these devices exceeded expectations.