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Samsung displays are precious, Apple must have to keep tech’s unhappiest marriage alive

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Samsung and Apple are the biggest rivals in the smartphone industry, fighting for the global crown. Apple has mastery in some aspects such as longer updates support and well-optimized software, while it’s nothing without the help of Samsung for displays.

According to a TheInformation report, there are complicated relationships in the tech industry and then there is the rocky marriage between Apple and Samsung for displays. The former needs cutting-edge displays for iPhones which makes it dependent on Samsung, while it blames Samsung for patent infringement.

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An ex-Apple employee revealed how Samsung is concerned to protect its display technology supremacy. The company naturally wishes to keep the biggest rival away from its cutting-edge display technology, by preventing Apple engineers to visit manufacturing facilities.

It’s reported that a team of Apple engineers went to South Korea to meet the Samsung display division’s team in 2017. Instead of a meeting, the company didn’t allow the workers to reach the display manufacturing units and even the office buildings.

Samsung reportedly asked Apple employees to return to their hotel rooms to communicate with their Samsung counterparts remotely. In addition, an incident happened in the past when Samsung was sending millions of LCD displays to Foxconn to be utilized in the Retina version of the iPad mini.

The US tech giant reportedly found a few minor defects in the screens, but Samsung declined to amend them, so Apple had to go ahead and deploy the supplied panels. No doubt, Samsung achieved mastery in display technology, which forces Apple to keep this unhappiest marriage alive.

Samsung is the biggest supplier for Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro panel orders, beating LG Display and China’s BOE. For the next-gen iPhone models, it is reported that the Korean tech giant will have a sweeping order from Apple, thanks to the ultimate OLED panels!

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5, Fold 5 getting June 2024 update in India

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Flip 5 June 2024 update India

Samsung is releasing a new update with June 2024 security update for Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 smartphones in India. This update is already out for users in the US and the company will soon make it available in more countries.

The latest update protects Galaxy devices against security threats by incorporating the latest security patches for Android and Samsung. It also brings several bug fixes to provide a more reliable and efficient user experience.

June 2024 security update for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 can be identified through the One UI build version ending with CXFA in India. Users will have to download a package size of around 400MB to install the update.

To install the update, users should navigate to the Software Update section found within the device’s Settings. They can select ‘Download and install’ from there to initiate the update process.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 June 2024 security update rolling out

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Samsung launches Galaxy S24 Ultra in hot new Yellow shade

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Titanium Yellow

Samsung launched the Galaxy S24 Ultra in a new color shade – Titanium Yellow. The new colorway is available for purchase on Samsung.com and should be available through authorized retailers too. It’s equipped with Galaxy AI, which will get further advanced next month.

Titanium Yellow color is joining Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra in India. It comes as an additional choice for consumers, beyond the pre-available Standard colors. Besides, Blue, Green, and Orange colors in Titanium feel are also available as online-exclusive variants.

Similar to other hues, the new Yellow is available in three memory variants up to 1TB. Without offers, the 1TB model costs INR 1,59,999, 512GB costs INR 1,39,999 and 256GB costs INR 1,29,999. You can avail up to INR 12,000 discount as an upgrade bonus.

Samsung confirmed a discount of INR 6,000 through HDFC Cards (Debit & Credit). Shopping via Samsung Shop activates another INR 2,000 discount. Another exciting offer brings up to INR 17,000 discount if you bundle Galaxy Tablet.

Galaxy S24 Ultra

The Galaxy S24 Ultra is equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy chipset. It’s the fastest Snapdragon processor ever made by Qualcomm. Compared to its predecessor, it offers better performance and power efficiency for longer battery performance.

It’s a true camera beast. Samsung’s intelligent 200-megapixel sensor is used as primary camera. You will get three more sensors: a 12-megapixel ultrawide, a 50-megapixel 5x Periscope and a 10-megapixel 3x telephoto. Plus, it features a 12-megapixel front camera.

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Galaxy Watch Ultra briefly listed on Samsung website

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra Render

Galaxy Watch Ultra was briefly listed on the Samsung support website. The company’s first Ultra smartwatch will launch on July 10 in Paris. The listing confirmed that the Galaxy Watch Ultra is officially coming to compete with Apple Watch Ultra.

Recently, 91mobiles spotted the Galaxy Watch Ultra on the Samsung support website in Canada. The official support page for Watch Ultra is no longer available online. However, it confirmed that the Galaxy Watch Ultra will have LTE support and 47mm size.

Unlike other Galaxy Watch lineups, the Galaxy Watch Ultra might be available in only one size. The smartwatch was listed on the support page with the model number SM-L705F. The product is likely to come in two colors: White and Dark Grey with an orange side key.

Recently, it was rumored that the Galaxy Watch Ultra might cost 700 euros. It translates to nearly $750 in the United States, which is a quite high price tag for the smartwatch. Notably, it’s more than double the price of the Galaxy Watch 6, and the upcoming Watch 7.

A new 3nm Exynos processor will power the upcoming Galaxy Watch trio. It is said to offer a 20% increase in power efficiency and enhanced performance. Besides, the Galaxy Watch 7 series and Watch Ultra will come pre-installed with Wear OS 5-based One UI 6 Watch.

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