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2024 TV model featuring Samsung Knox obtains CC security certification

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Samsung is working on the next generation of television and in the recent development, a 2024 TV model featuring Samsung Knox has received the CC security certification. By obtaining this CC certification, the upcoming Samsung TV has been recognized for its safe connectivity with the Samsung Nox Bolt.

It will further strengthen the standards for TV security in terms of software and hardware, providing users with a safe and accurate experience. By being verified for the stronger security features of Samsung Knox, the 2024 model Samsung TV once again proved its global security and reliability. 

To be mentioned, the CC certification is an international standard for assessing the security of products and is an evaluation certification mutually recognized by 31 countries around the world. Notably, this essential certification has verified three security functions of Samsung Nox that are:

  • Monitoring in real-time whether on Samsung TV running Tizen OS operating system, has been hacked.
  • Samsung Nox checks in advance whether the website you are trying to access using a web browser on your Samsung TV is a phishing site and blocks it.
  • Nox Bolt which is installed in Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV, keeps users sensitive and personal information protected.

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Vice President of Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Business Division, said,

  • “Samsung Knox’s security features have become stronger and safer,” “We will continue to put the protection of our customers’ personal information as our top priority and apply the best security technology to our products.”

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Google Wallet’s tap-to-pay for Wear OS may soon include PIN authentication

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Google is reportedly introducing a PIN code requirement for tap-to-pay transactions on Wear OS devices, similar to the authentication process on Android phones. Some users have reported this change, although it is not yet available for all Wear OS users.

The new change to Google Wallet aims to improve security, but it could complicate the charge process on smartwatches. Wear OS is known for its high security, often asking for a PIN if the device is not firmly on the wrist. Introducing a mandatory PIN entry before payments suggests that Google may have concerns about the current security of Wear OS.

According to 9to5Google, users need to open the Google Wallet app before tapping to make a payment to avoid failed transactions if the change is implemented.

Google recently updated its security for phone payments, requiring users to verify their identity before making a payment. For those who find the new phone security measures inconvenient, Wear OS was an easier option. However, entering a PIN on a small screen is less convenient than using a fingerprint.

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Samsung Galaxy Ring’s sizes, model numbers revealed

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Samsung will debut a new “SM-Q” lineup for Galaxy Ring, with first-gen product coming this year in three colors and nine sizes. GalaxyClub found eight of nine model numbers and sizes of Samsung’s smart ring, which may be introduced later this year.

According to the info, the Samsung Galaxy Ring would carry model numbers from SM-Q500 to SM-Q509. The publication spotted eight mode numbers, indicating there’s room for another size/variant (up to two). Check the model numbers spotted so far below:

  1. SM-Q500
  2. SM-Q501
  3. SM-Q502
  4. SM-Q505
  5. SM-Q506
  6. SM-Q507
  7. SM-Q508
  8. SM-Q509

It’s expected that the SM-Q500 will be the smallest, and the SM-Q509 the largest, corresponding to the American ring sizes 5 to 13. Notably, SM-Q503 or SM-Q504 are missing from the model numbers series. It indicates that Samsung might add two more Galaxy Ring models.

The South Korean tech giant may hold its next Unpacked event in July this year. Besides new foldable phones, the company would release the Galaxy Ring also. The Watch 7 series could also consist of three models including a Standard, Pro, and Classic.

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Samsung Galaxy C55 launches with leather back, Snapdragon chip in China

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Samsung launches the Galaxy C55 in China, which shares Galaxy M55’s specs alongside a leather back. The company has silently listed this device on its China website, with sale likely to commence on April 28.

The phone’s design takes center stage, which includes a linear camera layout, a smooth shape and narrow bezels that are convenient and comfortable to hold, and an eye-catching plain leather back cover full of premium texture.

Similar to Samsung’s M55, the Galaxy C55 comes with a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chip and a 50MP selfie camera in China. The phone starts at 2,000 yuan (~$275), while the higher memory variant costs 2,300 yuan (roughly $320).

The device sports a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED FHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. In terms of optics, it consists of a 50-megapixel main sensor, as well as 8-megapixel ultrawide and 5-megapixel macro cameras.

It has a 5000mAh battery that supports 45W fast charging. Notably, the C55/M55 lags behind the Galaxy A55, which is equipped with Samsung’s in-house Exynos chip paired with an AMD graphics processing unit.

The company pledged up to 4 generations of OS upgrades and up to 5 years of security updates. You will also find some pro-grade features like an in-display fingerprint sensor, and Samsung Knox security.

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