Samsung unveils 2023 Interactive Display, Whiteboard app
Samsung is going to unveil new 2023 Interactive Display (e-whiteboard) at Bett 2023. From March 29 to 31, the company is participating in Bett, which is Europe’s largest education technology exhibition held in London, England, and beginning to target the education market in earnest.
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According to the announcement, Samsung Electronics will introduce the 2023 Interactive Display (electronic whiteboard) at Bett 203 exhibition. The new WAC e-whiteboard is equipped with the Android operating system to make educational tasks convenient.
Samsung 2023 Interactive Display Features
Teachers can share the screens of written texts, photos, videos, applications, etc. with students through the electronic board so that students can learn with their own blackboards.
The 2023 electronic blackboard has a total of three large lineups of 65 ∙ 75 ∙ 86 types, and all solutions installed in the product also provide UHD high-definition graphic resolution to provide clear lessons and writing.
It supports up to 20 points of multi-touch using a separate dedicated pen as well as a regular pen, and it recognizes subtle differences in thickness depending on the type of writing instrument, allowing you to draw thin or thick lines.
- USB-C port capable of charging up to 65W
- Up to 9 IT devices can be wirelessly connected at the same time
- HDMI Out can be used to duplicate the screen in a large-screen environment such as an auditorium
- PiP (Picture in Picture) and PBP (Picture By Picture)
The convenience of use is maximized by strengthening features for smart learning, such as multi-windows, which can open multiple windows at the same time, front high-quality stereo speakers, exclusive pens, and magnetic pen holders.
The 2023 e-whiteboard provides a pleasant visual environment and an optimized ‘multitasking’ function. Multi-tasking provides a more efficient and systematic educational environment with a function that allows simultaneous use of various applications such as writing, Internet access, and document work.
Through the dedicated Device Management Solution feature, it’s possible to remotely monitor and control the electronic board in the classroom, and also provides an emergency alert function that sends a warning message to the screen in batches in case of an emergency.
Samsung Whiteboard App
Apart from the 2023 Interactive Display, the South Korean tech giant will also announce the new Samsung Whiteboard app, which provides a seamless education environment by reflecting the needs of the education market that requires connectivity with various devices.
Samsung Whiteboard app brings your PC screen to the electronic board, so you can share notes in real time after taking notes, and even during video conferences, you can deliver the written content to the other person’s PC screen in real time.
MSI laptop will be equipped with Samsung ultra-high definition plus display
On May 31, Samsung Display announced that it is accelerating its push into the premium laptop market by supplying its highest resolution 16-inch UHD+ (3840×2400) OLED screens to MSI for the Stealth 16 Mercedes-AMG Motorsport – its new gaming laptop.
MSI Laptop x Samsung Display
Collaborated with Mercedes-Benz’s performance-oriented AMG brand, the new MSI laptop boasts strong performance and portability. First unveiled at Computex Taipei 2023, the Stealth 16 Mercedes-AMG Motorsport is aimed at both the OLED laptop market and the gaming market.
Since entering the IT market in 2019, Samsung Display has collaborated with 11 global laptop brands, launching more than 100 models of OLED laptops. Omdia analysis suggests, Samsung Display’s market share in the IT OLED market, including laptops and tablets, was 76.7% based on last year’s figures.
The South Korean display manufacturer recently announced an investment of $3.1 billion (4.1 trillion won) in building an 8.6th-generation IT OLED line, officially reaffirming its expansion plan for the future IT market.
We are supplying MSI with the industry’s highest resolution laptop OLEDs so that gaming users can experience the best HDR content on OLED,” said Brad Jung, VP and head of the Mobile Display Marketing Team at Samsung’s Display business.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Costs $469 to Make
Counterpoint’s component research service has recently revealed that producing Galaxy S23 Ultra (256GB) variant costs Samsung around $469. The latest BoM (bill of materials) analysis reveals that the major components driving cost are the SoC, display, and camera subsystem.
Due to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy, Qualcomm’s share has increased to an all-time high after attaining design wins for the fingerprint sensor IC, key power management ICs, audio codec, RF power amplifiers, Wi-Fi + Bluetooth, GPS, and Sub-6GHz transceiver.
In addition, Samsung becomes the second-largest beneficiary, which supplied 256GB NAND flash and the 6.8-inch AMOLED display for the S23 Ultra. The company supplied a 6.8-inch AMOLED display, featuring 1750 nits of peak brightness, 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, and more.
In the camera sub-system, the design wins are shared between Samsung and Sony. Samsung supplied the 200-megapixel primary camera and the 12-megapixel selfie camera, while Sony offers the 12-megapixel Ultrawide, 10-megapixel Telephoto, and Periscope Telephoto sensors.
Other component suppliers
Silicon Mitus and Maxim are the providers of power management ICs that support the regulation of power for display and other key components.
For sensing components, STM has registered design wins related to the laser autofocus module, accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer, and touch panel controller.
The battery is packaged by Samsung and the cell is provided by ATL. The quick charging IC, which charges up to 45W, is sourced from NXP while the 15W wireless charging IC is from Convenient Power.
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Google Pixel Watch 2 to ditch Samsung-made Exynos processor
Google Pixel Watch is a great option for those who neither prefer Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 5 nor Apple’s Watch Series 8. This year, Google is planning to introduce the Pixel Watch 2, a sequel to its first-gen smartwatch, which could ditch the Samsung-made Exynos processor.
According to 9to5Google sources, the Google Pixel Watch 2 will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon W5 series processor rather than Exynos wearable SoC from Samsung. Qualcomm released the Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 chip in July 2022, which powers the TicWatch Pro 5.
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On the other hand, the Snapdragon W5 Gen 1, which lacks Qualcomm’s co-processor is also powering some wearables manufactured by Chinese OEMs. It’s fabricated on 4nm process technology and brings four A53 cores at 1.7GHz with dual Adreno 702 GPUs (1GHz).
However, the original Google Pixel Watch’s Exynos 9110 chip is fabricated on 10nm process tech and features two Cortex-A53s cores. It was earlier rumored that the Pixel Watch 2 will have the W920 chip used in Galaxy Watch 5, but it’s not happening though.