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Samsung unveils Galaxy PassKey, available with One UI 6.0 update

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Samsung revealed that it brought Galaxy PassKey to the Samsung Pass app with One UI 6.0 update. This feature allows Galaxy users to safely store passkeys created in apps or websites. It offers secure passkey authentication with just one fingerprint authentication.

Over the past few months, various authenticator platforms as well as Google promoted the advantages of PassKey. Accordingly, Samsung is here to give users the convenience of using Galaxy PassKey, available on Galaxy devices running One UI 6.0.

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The South Korean tech giant also announced that the security of the passkey has been further developed by supporting the safe synchronization of the saved passkey between the user’s multiple devices through “Samsung Knox Matrix.”

Samsung Galaxy PassKey

PassKey is a digital credential that replaces the account and password required for authentication of websites and apps with biometric authentication, so passwords are no longer required. It can replace existing passwords more safely through a new concept of logging in to various websites and apps.

How the passkey works

Easy and fast login: Users no longer need to enter their ID and password. PassKey allows you to log in using biometric authentication instead of a password, so you can log in to websites and apps as quickly and easily as unlocking your phone with your fingerprint.

Easy registration and setup: Once you register the passkey, you can use it as if you were using it on the original device even when you change the device. Even if you change devices, your passkey will move to the new device with you, so you don’t have to reset all your passwords.

Safe user protection: Imagine a lock that can only be opened with a key that can never be copied or stolen by others. PassKey only works on websites and apps that users have registered for, and it keeps users safe from phishing attacks that try to steal passwords.

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Samsung launches Galaxy F15 5G with 4 Android upgrades, 50MP Camera

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The wait finally ends, Samsung today launched a new mid-range device – Galaxy F15 5G with significant software and hardware capabilities in India. Some of the key highlights of this newly arrived device are the support of 4 Android OS upgrades, a 50MP camera, a 600mAh battery, and a powerful processor.

Going toward the details, the Samsung Galaxy F15 5G is equipped with a large 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display that offers a 90Hz refresh rate and 399 PPI. The device is powered on a MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ chipset to offer its users a seamless and uninterrupted experience while performing operations. 

In the software department, the smartphone runs on Android 14-based One UI 6.0 software and offers support for up to 4 Android updates and 5 years of security patches. This extended update support will let users operate their phones for a long time even without compromising the latest features and advancements.  

Moving further, the phone offers an upgraded 50MP camera setup to capture your memorable moments more beautifully and a 13MP selfie shooter on the front. Furthermore, the Galaxy F15 5G is packed with a 6000mAh battery which offers 25W fast charging support for extended use and seamless experience. 

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The other key details of Galaxy F15 include WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.3, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Simultaneously, the 4GB RAM and 128GB storage variant of the phone is available at INR 15,999. Whereas, the users will need to spend INR 16,999 for a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage configuration. 

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Samsung unveils Galaxy Station in Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur Subway

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Samsung and Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur MRT have teamed up to rename a subway station in the center of the city as ‘TRX Samsung Galaxy Station’. The station formerly known as TRX (Tun Razak Exchange) is located in a prime area where international financial firms and major shopping malls are situated.

The new name change took effect on February 29, local time, and will last for one year. It will also be reflected on the Kuala Lumpur city subway map.

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The company has decorated the interior and exterior of the station and the trains with images and quotes of its products, attracting the attention of locals and passengers.

TRX Samsung Galaxy Station is a place where two subway lines, the Kazjang Line and the Putrajaya Line intersect and is used by an average of 380,000 people per day.

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Samsung improves Cloud sync for AR Emoji app with new update

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Samsung has released a new update for its AR Emoji app with version 8.1.00.5 for Galaxy devices. The app lets users create and customize their own 3D avatars and stickers.

The latest update brings improvements to the Samsung Cloud Sync feature, which allows users to access their emoji across different devices. With the new update, Samsung is making this feature more reliable and convenient.

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The installation package size of this new update of AR Emoji app is 73.00MB and it is available for download from the Galaxy Store. Users can also check for the update by opening the AR Zone app and tapping on AR Emoji Camera.

Samsung AR Emoji app allows users to create their own emoji that looks just like them, or use one of the many fun characters available. Users can also capture photos and videos with their emoji, or use them as stickers in various messaging apps.

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