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Samsung Galaxy S23 FE brings free PUBG Mobile items to Latin America

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Samsung fans who buy the Galaxy S23 FE between December 14 and January 15 will receive a code to redeem items within the PUBG MOBILE game in Latin America. Thanks to a partnership between Samsung and Level Infinite, this offer is valid throughout Latin America.

The company’s latest Fan Edition smartphones come to Latin America as an outstanding option for gamers, offering an impressive set of advanced features, especially aimed at those looking for greater performance when competing with friends.

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The new Galaxy S23 FE delivers a superior experience with a powerful Exynos 2200 SoC, which promises to further improve the mobile gaming experience. In addition, the 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, Ray Tracing, and Vision Booster take the experience to the next level.

The vapor chamber inside the S23 FE helps control heat and maintain processor performance, while the 4,500mAh battery intuitively adjusts to save power, delivering long battery life and fast charging up to 50%. in 30 minutes, when using a 25W adapter.

PUBG MOBILE is a free-to-play, competitive online multiplayer battle royale game where up to 100 players parachute to a remote island to compete and survive in a winner-take-all showdown.

The association reinforces the companies’ positioning in the gaming universe, with a focus on product performance and usability in video games.

The offer is valid until January 15 and consumers will be able to redeem up to four different items from the PUBG MOBILE game: outfit, helmet, backpack among other equipment.

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Samsung AR Emoji Stickers app lets you download various facial expressions

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Samsung AR Emoji Stickers are getting a new update with version 6.2.00.18. The new update is available on the Galaxy Store with a package size of 44.36MB. It elevates the user experience with new features and enhancements.

The fresh update introduces the ability to download facial expressions. Users can now expand their AR Emoji sticker collection by downloading a variety of facial expressions.

Moreover, the update includes enhancements to the Edit Stickers screen to make customization more intuitive and user-friendly. By addressing various issues and bugs, the update improves overall stability and performance.

To enjoy these new features, users can update their AR Emoji Stickers to version 6.2.00.18 through the Samsung Galaxy Store. For that open the Galaxy Store app >> Tap on Menu option >> Updates.

Also, they can download the update directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here. Once updated, users can explore the new downloadable facial expressions and improved editing capabilities.

AR Emoji Stickers

AR Emoji Stickers is an app for your Samsung devices that allows users to create various stickers and have fun using them. It offers exciting features, such as facial expressions, actions, decorations, and backgrounds, to create your own stickers.

Moreover, it helps you create unique faces by choosing a variety of styles. Samsung regularly updates this update to add new features and fix issues. In addition, you can edit these AR Emoji Stickers through the AR Emoji Editor app.

For better editing, Samsung recently added an improved asset filter and sorting feature to AR Emoji Editor. Also, the company added an upgraded feature for creating AR Emojis using photos so users can convert their selfies into animated versions.

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Samsung distributes 17000 Galaxy Z Flip 6 Olympic Edition phones

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On July 10, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Z Flip 6 Olympic Edition alongside the regular model. Now, the company announced plans to distribute nearly 17000 Galaxy Z Flip 6 Olympic Edition units to athletes and Olympic families for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

A proud Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic Partner, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 Olympic Edition continues Samsung’s over three-decade-long legacy of providing its cutting-edge technology and mobile innovations in support of the Games.

The Korean tech giant says the Paris 2024 Olympic Edition phone is a special edition of the brand-new Galaxy Z Flip 6. The company closely worked with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to ensure timely delivery to all Paris 2024 athletes.

Paris Olympic 2024 will kick off on July 26 in France. With just days to go until the start, nearly 17,000 athletes and Olympic family for Olympic and Paralympic Games began receiving their Galaxy Z Flip 6 Olympic Edition.

The Z Flip 6 Olympic Edition boasts a full suite of exclusive services and useful apps. Exclusive freebies include an eSIM of 100GB 5G data, an unlimited complimentary public transport access card, and several official Olympic apps.

The Galaxy Z Flip 6 is equipped with a Gemini Nano AI model. It introduces many new on-device AI features that will help Olympic athletes. The Live Translate and Interpreter feature will ensure seamless and barrier-free communication all season.

It features Qualcomm’s fastest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy processor. The main camera is also upgraded to a 50-megapixel resolution sensor. The new Flip also has a larger battery than previous Flip phones to unlock a longer battery life.

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Team USA Casey Kaufhold and Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez
proudly show their new special edition Pins and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 Olympic Edition FlipSuit at the Olympic rendezvous @ Samsung | Village Plaza showcase.

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Samsung flagships will use MediaTek chips, starting with Galaxy Tab S10: Report

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Samsung could use MediaTek chips in its flagship product lineup, starting with the Galaxy Tab S10 series. Recent developments indicate that the upcoming premium tablets will be equipped with flagship MediaTek application processors globally.

According to a report, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 series could feature MediaTek Dimensity 9300+ processor globally. Earlier, the Galaxy Tab S10+ was spotted with a MediaTek chip on Geekbench, signaling to be a US-specific variant.

Now, the Galaxy Tab S10+ global variant is listed on Geekbench. The benchmark database suggests that Samsung’s SM-X926B uses a GTS10U chip. It matches the codename of MediaTek’s Dimensity 9300+, fabricated on TSMC’s 4nm process.

Samsung might ship the Galaxy Tab S10 series with Dimensity 9300+ paired with 12GB RAM and Android 14. The Plus variant managed to score 2,141 points in Geekbench’s 6.3.0 single-core test and 5,533 points in the multi-core test.

Dimensity 9300 packs an octa-core CPU with one Cortex-X4 core @ 3.4GHz, three Cortex-X4 cores @ 2.85GHz, and four Cortex-A720 cores @ 2GHz. MediaTek launched it to compete with Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip.

In addition, the SoC contains the Immortalis-G720 MC12 GPU with HDR gaming and raytracing support. It also boasts a powerful NPU with 48 TOPS of AI inferencing performance as well as a built-in 5G modem with mmWave and sub-6GHz support.

A few days back, Samsung announced that it is working closely with MediaTek. The company’s upcoming chip, Dimensity 9400 has been validated with Samsung’s fastest LPDDR5X RAM. The partnership could result in MediaTek’s utilization of more products.

Samsung Foundry’s 3nm process is reportedly facing yield and performance issues. It was rumored that the next-gen flagship Dimensity chipset could replace Exynos in most markets. The decision is aimed to maintain a dual chip strategy and reduce reliance on Qualcomm.

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