We are going to meet new Samsung flagship smartphones – Galaxy S23 in just a few days. Ahead of this, multiple leaks and rumors have already revealed a lot of key elements about the phones. Now a new report claims that Samsung UK has revealed the pre-order details and offers of the Galaxy S23 phones.
A famous tipster named Roland Quandt has recently shared a screenshot of Samsung UK Business’s official site, which mentions the details of pre-orders and offers for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra devices.
According to the image, the company will offer 10% (up to £159) off on the purchase of the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone when customers living in the UK will register or sign in at the Samsung Business Shop by March 31.
Meanwhile, on pre-ordering the devices from Samsung.com by February 16, buyers will get a free storage upgrade. You will be able to get the Galaxy S23 256GB, Galaxy S23+ 512GB, and Galaxy S23 Ultra 512GB at the cost of Galaxy S23 128GB, Galaxy S23+ 256GB, and Galaxy S23 Ultra 256GB, respectively.
For more information, you can check out the leaked image below:
Samsung plans to use FOWLP for Exynos processor used in Galaxy S25 Series
It’s been just a month since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S24 series, and rumors about the Galaxy S25 lineup have already begun to hover on the web. A recent info, suggests that Samsung is planning to use FOWLP for Exynos processor used in the Galaxy S25 Series.
Samsung Electronics will apply FOWLP (fan-out wafer level packaging) to the Exynos 2500 (tentative name) processor that will be included in the Galaxy S25 series. Simultaneously, the lineup will be released in the first half of next year.
The flagship Galaxy S lineup usually includes three models among which the Ultra comes exclusively with a Snapdragon processor. While, the standard and plus uses Snapdragon and Exynos chips depending on the region. Therefore, the case is going to be the same with the S25 series.
FOWLP is a next-generation packaging technology that does not use a printed circuit board (PCB) by mounting semiconductors directly on a wafer. It widens the packaging area while reducing the packaging thickness resulting in heat increases and improved heat dissipation performance.
It’s also worth mentioning that, FOWLP was also applied to Exynos 2400, which was introduced in the Galaxy S24 series and it will continue to applied on premium phones. While, currently there is no possibility that the Korean tech giant will apply FOWLP to Exynos for affordable phones like Galaxy A series.
New leak details Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 stunning design changes
Samsung’s upcoming foldable phone is tipped to cross the boundaries of innovation with its upgraded software and hardware capabilities. Meanwhile, a new leak details some stunning design changes for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 smartphone.
As per the information of IceUniverse, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 is not as wide as we have seen in the patent, but it is relatively comprehensive. While, the right-angle screen of the phone is like the Nubia Z60 Ultra, alongside a similar vertical design middle frame.
The same tipster also indicates that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have a more squarish design than the Z Fold 5, resulting in a wider aspect ratio. Consequently, the device is rumored to be thinner, wider, lighter, faster, more repairable, and longer lasting than its predecessor.
However, Samsung has not yet disclosed anything officially about the upcoming foldable phone, but we can expect it to come with various significant boosts and to be the game changer in the folding phone market.
In addition to Galaxy Z Fold 6, there will also be a new clamshell device called Galaxy Z Flip 6, which will also feature some tweaks in overall design and features. For which sixth-generation foldable model you are most excited about, the big Fold 6 or the handy Flip 6, let us know your response in the comment section below.
Galaxy Z Fold 6 is not as wide as the patent picture, but it is also relatively wide, and the screen R angle is close to the right angle. If you look for a mobile phone for analogy, it is more like the screen R angle of Nubia Z60 Ultra.And the middle frame is similar, which is a… pic.twitter.com/wWKCM0teMb
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) February 20, 2024
Samsung revises Galaxy Z Fold 6 screen ratio, making it squarish: Leak
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 is the next model in the foldable phone series and is expected to launch later this year. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have some major changes in its design and features compared to the previous generations. One of the most noticeable changes is the more square shape of the device.
According to a tweet by tipster Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have a more square design than the Z Fold 5. This could mean the phone will have a wider aspect ratio on its cover screen, making it more user-friendly when folded.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 will be a square-shaped foldable phone with S Pen support and a game-changer for the foldable phone market. The company is likely to reveal more details about the Z Fold 6 in the coming months, so stay tuned for more updates.
From now on, my Galaxy Z Fold6 leak is absolutely accurate, not based on patent drawings and other sources.
First of all: the design of Fold6 is more square.
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) February 20, 2024