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Galaxy S23 series gets security boost in Europe with February 2024 update

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Samsung has rolled out the February 2024 security update for its flagship Galaxy S23 series in Europe, following its release in the US and Korea. The update brings improvements to the stability and security of the devices, as well as fixes for various vulnerabilities.

The update is available for the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra models in Europe and can be identified by firmware versions S911BXXS3BXAD, S916BXXS3BXAD, and S918BXXS3BXAD respectively.

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The February 2024 security update includes patches from both Google and Samsung. The Google patches address 79 Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) items, of which 3 are leveled as critical and 76 as high.

The Samsung patches fix eight Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items, which are specific to Samsung’s devices and applications. These patches aim to protect the devices from potential threats and exploits.

Users can check for the update manually by going to Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install on their phones.

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Samsung aims to reach more Kazakh customers with launch of Newsroom in Kazakh language

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Today, Samsung Electronics launched Newsroom Kazakhstan in the Kazakh language, intending to reach more Kazakh customers. It means, the Galaxy fans who speak Kazakh will now be able to access the most up-to-date information on Samsung’s new devices, solutions, and trends in their native language.

This all-new Samsung Newsroom Kazakhstan will keep users informed about exciting events, product launches, B2B conferences, unique events, and giveaways featuring valuable prizes. Additionally, the local residents will have the opportunity to participate in these events firsthand and create memorable experiences.

 Head of Corporate Communications at Samsung Electronics Central Eurasia said, 

  • “Sharing Samsung news in Kazakh is a great way for us to connect and communicate with our users in Kazakhstan and abroad who are passionate about Samsung,” “We will continue to expand our Kazakh content to ensure that everyone can access valuable information.”

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Accordingly, the Samsung Newsroom Kazakhstan is the company’s 46th newsroom to date, following the Global Newsroom, as well as local editions in the United States, Korea, Vietnam, Brazil, India, Germany, Russia, Mexico, the U.K., Argentina, Malaysia, Italy, South Africa, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium and Taiwan and more.

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A game changer: Samsung to mass produce 2nm BSPDN semiconductor in 2026

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The semiconductor market is currently in motion, so several manufacturers including Intel, Samsung, TSMC, and more are competing to develop cutting-edge technologies to lead the tech world. On the other side, Samsung plans to mass produce a BSPDN semiconductor based on a 2nm process in 2026.

As per the information, Samsung gearing up to mass-produce a game-changer Backside Power Supply (BSPDN) technology with a 2nm process starting next year. The tech maker has also reduced the chip area by 10% and 19% and succeeded in improving chip performance and frequency efficiency to a single-digit level.

Previously, it was reported that Samsung Electronics would introduce rear power supply technology starting from the 1.7-nano process. But now the South Korean tech giant is expected to revise its roadmap and introduce the technology as early as next year when mass production of the 2-nano process begins.

To be mentioned, the rear power supply technology being developed by Samsung has achieved indicators that exceed the target in the initial stage. As Samsung delivered results exceeding target indicators from the beginning of development, it is highly likely that the commercialization date, originally scheduled for around 2027, will be brought forward.

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Furthermore, the backside power supply is a new semiconductor process that has yet to be commercialized. Therefore, to supply power to semiconductors, power supply lines have been placed on the top of the wafer where the circuit is drawn for convenience in the process.

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Samsung Galaxy S24 sales booming in Apple’s home turf

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Samsung has once again impressed the world with its Galaxy S24 series, which has achieved remarkable sales records in various markets including North America and Korea. This series is expected to sell more than 10 million units globally within one month of its release.

Especially in Apple’s home market North America, the Galaxy S24 series has successfully sold over 3.2 million units in the first month, setting a new sales record for Samsung in the region. This is Samsung’s highest sales figure in North America since the Galaxy S7 series in 2016.

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The Galaxy S24 series has also created a new record in South Korea, where it has sold more than 1 million units in just 28 days since its launch. This is the fastest sales record for any Samsung smartphone, surpassing the previous record of 37 days set by the Galaxy S8 series in 2017.

One of the main reasons for the popularity of the Galaxy S24 series is its innovative Galaxy AI feature, which enhances the user experience with various functions. Galaxy AI offers features such as Chat Assist, Live Translate, Interpreter, Circle to Search with Google, Note Assist, Browsing Assist, and Transcript Assist, and more.

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