Back in November 2022, three mysterious devices from Samsung listed on India’s BIS certification database. Today, the Indian BIS authority approved three Samsung devices that carry model numbers SM-K741B, SM-K746B and SM-K748B.
The listing document shows that these products would be Galaxy Mobile Phones and ready to launch in the Indian market. Besides BIS, the SM-K748U smartphone has also emerged on the Bluetooth SIG database with Bluetooth 5.3 support, hinting at its US availability.
At present, there is no information about the name of these devices and specifications. However, the model number strategy is quite similar to the Galaxy S series flagships with three models including Standard, Plus and Ultra. In the next few days or weeks, we guess more info about these mysterious Galaxies might emerge.
Well, it’s officially confirmed that the South Korean tech giant will launch the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphones on February 1st. The official launch is set to happen at in-person Galaxy Unpacked in San Francisco, USA.
The Galaxy S23 series solely uses Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy. It is reportedly manufactured by TSMC and there’s no participation of Samsung Foundry. To stand different from others, Samsung is using overclocked (CPU and GPU) version in the Galaxy S23 series.
Here’s how to fix Samsung SmartThings app crashing issue
Some users are reportedly not able to properly use the Samsung SmartThings app on their Galaxy smartphones as it keeps crashing or closing automatically. If you are also facing a crashing issue with the Samsung SmartThings app then for now, you can fix it by disabling some settings.
It is worth noting that Samsung kicked off a new update for the SmartThings app in mid-January 2023, which arrives with version V18.104.22.168. After this SmartThings version or V22.214.171.124 installation, an app crashing issue appeared on several Galaxy smartphones.
The Korean tech giant may fix this issue in the next update. But before this, the moderator has shared its temporary solution, in which some settings will have to be disabled.
How to fix SmartThings app crashing issue?
Solution 1: Disable the ‘Remove animation’ option
Users who have activated the remove animation setting can disable it so that this crushing issue can be resolved. Check the steps below to disable this option.
- Firstly, open the Settings app on your Galaxy device.
- Scroll down and tap on Accessibility.
- Click on the Visibility enhancements.
- Scroll down and find the Remove animation option.
- Tap on the toggle to turn it off.
Solution 2: Animation length Multiplier for Developers mode.
If you are using developers mode and disabled the animation length scaling feature then turn it on. Open Settings >> Developers option >> Animation length scale >> Set it.
Apart from this, the company will surely bring a fix for this issue so always keep the app up to date through Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates.
Samsung One UI 5.1 Image Clipper feature spotted in Galaxy S23 Ultra
The awaited Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones are here with the most advanced internals and the fresh Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software. The Galaxy S23 running One UI 5.1 includes so many new features; one of them is the “Image Clipper”.
You might be familiar with the Apple iOS 16’s photo cutout feature that lets iPhone users copy any object from the picture and paste it anywhere. This feature is now available in Samsung Galaxy as well.
Currently, we do not know whether the company will bring this feature to older Galaxy phones with the One UI 5.1 update. However, we will not have to wait much to know this as the One UI 5.1 rollout is not far away.
One UI 5.1 Image Clipper feature:
The One UI 5.1 Gallery app comes with a new Image Clipper function. It provides users with the ability to extract the subject of a photo from background elements and paste it to Messages, Telegram, Notes, and more.
It digitally cuts out the main part of the photo so that you can share it on its own or paste it into another image with an entirely different background. This feature is based on machine learning to recognize certain objects in your photos, such as popular landmarks, flowers, plants, certain pet breeds, and even birds and insects.
Not only that, but your Galaxy phone can identify almost anything as a distinct subject of a photo, whether it’s a person, a street sign, a household appliance, or a random object lying on a table. Isn’t it insane?
— Ahmed Qwaider (@AhmedQwaider888) February 2, 2023
How to extract object from pictures:
Using the Image Clipper function to extract objects from pictures is as easy as you copy any text and paste it into messages.
All you need to do is select a picture from the Gallery >> view One screen >> Long-press the object to cut. Your phone will automatically identify and cut the object. Now, you can copy the cut object to the clipboard, share it, or save it as an image.
Download Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Wallpapers [4K]
Samsung started the month of February with the launch of the Galaxy S23 series, which consists of 3 models – Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. We’ve seen several leaked wallpapers ahead of the launch, but now it’s time to download high-resolution wallpapers of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Samsung brings amazing static wallpapers as per the color variants of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in dark shades. Thanks to YTECB for extracting and sharing the high-resolution wallpapers of the newly launched Galaxy 23 Ultra smartphone.
The download package linked below consist of 8 wallpapers so you can set any of them on your home screen, lock screen, or anywhere you want.
- Download Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Wallpapers – Link
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphones along with Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus smartphones on February 01, 2023, at the Galaxy Unpacked event. The Ultra model of Galaxy S23 brings various meaningful upgrades alongside keeping the user’s beloved camera design on the back.
Galaxy S23 Ultra features a 6.8 inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, 200 MP primary camera, 12 MP front camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy processor, Android 13 based One UI 5.1 software, 5000 mAh battery with 45W fast charging support and more. Read the brief description here…
Check the preview of Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone Wallpapers: