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Galaxy S25’s 3nm Exynos 2500 chip fails during initial production: Report

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Samsung’s premium Exynos chipset returned this year with the Galaxy S24 series. The next Exynos will be fabricated on 3nm process technology. A recent report indicates that Samsung’s 3nm process is facing challenges as initial production fails on Galaxy S25’s Exynos 2500.

Korean outlet DealSite+ reported earlier that Samsung’s 3nm process produced defective products, with a yield rate was achieved 0%. As Samsung’s 3nm Exynos 2500 failed to pass the quality test due to an error, it prevented the mass production of Galaxy Watch 7’s chipset.

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In the recent past, it has been reported that the next Exynos chip for the Wearable platform will be manufactured on a 3nm process. After that, the Galaxy S25’s Exynos 2500 processor will be fabricated on the same foundry production node.

As the initially produced products failed, mass production is delayed to an uncertain period. However, the South Korean tech giant will achieve a satisfactory yield rate from its new chip node. It is expected that the yield rate will reach 60% after 6 months from now on.

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April 2024 security update for Galaxy S21 FE, A53 5G live in Europe

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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy A53 5G smartphones are getting an April 2024 security update in Europe. These Galaxy devices have already received the latest security patch in the US and the company will soon make it available in more countries.

Users of Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy A53 5G in Europe will have to download a package of around 300MB to install the update. The fresh update improves the system’s security and stability to provide a better experience.

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  • Galaxy S21 FE – G990BXXS7FXD2
  • Galaxy A53 5G – A536BXXS9DXD1

April 2024 security patch addresses a bundle of vulnerabilities and bugs affecting Android systems and Samsung devices. Google patches 1 critical and 26 high-level CVEs for the Android operating system while Samsung includes 17 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items.

Users can check new software updates manually with a handful of simple steps. Firstly, visit your Galaxy device’s “System Settings,” once done, scroll down and tap the “Software update” tab, followed by the “Download and install” button.

Both Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy A53 5G smartphones are eligible for the One UI 6.1 update, and they are expected to get this major update in late May 2024. The company is going to release this major update for Galaxy S22, Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Tab S8 series in early May 2024.

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Samsung One UI 6.1 Intelligent Optimization Camera Feature

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One UI 6.1 Intelligent Optimization

Samsung Galaxy S24 series introduced several new features and enhancements with the One UI 6.1, one of which is Intelligent Optimization. This feature is designed to give users specific control over the image processing levels directly from the camera settings.

The Intelligent Optimization feature allows users to adjust how their photos are processed. Whether capturing everyday moments or professional shots, the Intelligent Optimization feature in One UI 6.1 ensures that your photos meet your standards with minimal effort.

How to activate it?

You can easily enable the Intelligent Optimization feature by following the steps below.

  • Open the Camera app, then Settings.
  • Tap on Intelligent Optimization.
  • Choose the desired optimization level
    • Maximum
    • Medium: Speed up capture time by doing less optimization
    • Minimum: Take pictures as fast as possible by not optimizing pictures after they are taken.
  • Optionally, enable or disable the Scene Optimizer.

Samsung One UI 6.1 Intelligent Optimization

This feature allows for customization of photo attributes such as sharpness, contrast, and brightness. For example, selecting the minimum level results in more natural-looking images, while the maximum level increases detail and sharpness, which is ideal for zoomed-in shots. Notably, the quality optimization setting of these levels only affects Photo Mode.

If you enable Scene Optimizer, it automatically optimizes the color and contrast of pictures to make dark scenes look brighter, food looks tastier and landscapes look more vivid.

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Samsung One UI 7 might bring iOS-like Battery Health feature

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Rumor is that Samsung might bring a Battery Health feature with the One UI 7 update. The next One UI iteration will be based on Android 15, which is said to bring the ability to evaluate battery health and screen the remaining capacity in percentage.

Apple iPhones have a Battery Health feature, which is an important part when reselling. Battery cells of electronic gadgets get degraded with time, resulting in less backup between charges. The battery health feature won’t solve the problem, but let you know about the status.

Samsung is committing to upgrade Galaxy flagships for up to 7 years. Therefore, pleasing hardware is required for long-standing use of the devices. The battery health would allow you to know when the battery requires to be replaced for a longer backup.

There are mixed reactions by consumers over the rumor of a battery health feature in One UI 7. Some say it will be a welcome move, while it won’t be anything more than anxiety. We will get to know more about the function if it enters the testing phase at Samsung.

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Like all software development, Samsung’s One UI 7 will also launch a Beta Program. Flagship Samsung devices will get early access to Android 15-based One UI 7 through the Beta Program. The company is expected to launch its One UI 7 Beta in August this year.

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