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Samsung gears up for high-stacking memory war w/ 290 and 430 layer NAND

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Samsung has big plans to maintain its dominance in the memory semiconductor market. A new report says that Samsung will commence the mass production of 290-layer V9 NAND later this month, and 430-layer NAND might be introduced next year.

290-layer V9 NAND

According to the latest KEDGlobal report, Samsung is scheduled to initiate mass production of 290-layer V9 NAND later this month. It will help the company lead rivals as the industry transitions to high-stacking high-density flash memory.

430-layer NAND

The South Korean tech giant is already the world’s top NAND player. However, it aims to widen its lead by launching 430-layer NAND in 2025. It would be a substantial push to the memory business in the market boom due to the era of artificial intelligence.

Market research firm TechInsights report indicates that Samsung could launch a 430-layer 10th-generation NAND chip in the second half of next year. The company will likely use triple-stack technology to make the V10 NAND flash memory.

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Rumor: Samsung One UI 7 could feature Dynamic Island, Live Activities

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Samsung is rumored to fuel One UI 7 with Dynamic Island and Live Activities features. Apple’s iOS debuted these features with recent iPhone models. Now, it looks like Galaxy users will have access to the favorite functions of iPhone users.

Recent leaks suggest that the next One UI iteration is highly inspired by iOS. Tipster chunvn8888 claims that One UI 7 carries Live Activities along with Dynamic Island. When enabled, the feature will display the app’s recent data on lockscreen.

Live Activities could also be integrated with Samsung’s Dynamic Island thing. The Live Activity may also be visible through Dynamic Island. This addition will allow people to refer to live info at a glance and perform quick actions.

Apple brought a pill-shaped display cutout to the iPhone 14 Pro and later models. The pill shape is to boast a selfie camera and face ID sensor. The iPhone maker made this pill shape cutout an interesting thing with wise software tweaks.

Through the Dynamic Island, Galaxy users could be able to check alerts and current activity in progress. Supported functionalities may include voice recording progress, Quick Share connection, Maps directions, activities of paired wearable devices, and so on.

History tells us that the Galaxy S24 will first get the One UI 7 Beta firmware. Samsung could launch the Beta testing program in South Korea first. It will ultimately be available in China, Germany, India, Poland, the UK, and the US as well.

One UI 7 – Recent rumors

In the One UI 7, icons of Samsung Weather and Samsung Gallery could be revamped. Recent leaks revealed that the Gallery icon added leaves on a White background, while the Weather icon adopted a lighter gradient.

One UI 7 is also rumored to carry a revamped Camera app with a refreshed icon and UI. The camera user interface is optimized for one-handed use. UI elements and components could be placed at the bottom for easier accessibility.

Samsung’s Android 15 upgrade could let users remove labels from apps and widgets. Galaxy’s homescreen launcher may add a new option called “Bold.” Once activated, it will enlarge the app icons and widgets by removing labels.

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Galaxy S24 series gets July 2024 update in Brazil, awaited for Indian models

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Samsung has pushed the July 2024 security update for the Galaxy S24 series in Brazil. This update installs the latest Android security patch to make your smartphone more stable, secure, and reliable.

July 2024 security update is rolling out for Samsung Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus, and Galaxy S24 Ultra smartphones in Brazil with One UI builds S921BXXS3AXFC, S926BXXS3AXFC, and S928BXXS3AXFC respectively. The installation package size of this update is around 533.29MB.

The fresh security patch for Galaxy S24 models is already available in Europe, South Korea, Australia, and the US. The company is releasing it in Brazil, however, users in India are still waiting for this update.

The Korean tech giant is releasing the latest software update with system security improvements to keep your files and data safe on your phone. It also optimizes system stability to offer you uninterrupted and seamless functionality on your device.

July 2024 patch brings fixes over 55 issues mainly related to components like One UI Home, System UI, Secure Folder, and more, further enhancing device security. The update improves overall performance for a better experience.

Users are advised to check for the availability of the July 2024 security update by navigating to the Settings app >> Software Update >>> Download and install option on their Samsung smartphones. The company will soon make this update available for all models.

Aside from this, Samsung is working on a major software update based on One 6.1, which will be similar to One UI 6.1.1. This major update brings new features and enhancements along with improved Galaxy AI functions to provide an intuitive experience.

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Source: One UI 7 Beta arriving next week, leaked changes aren’t final

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Samsung could start One UI 7 Beta next week. Tipster chunvn8888 leaked a lot of things about the next big Galaxy update. However, a credible source IceUniverse revealed that the rumored changes of One UI 7 may still be modified in Beta activity.

Ice believes that the changes arriving in One UI 7 are still relatively simple. We’ve seen leaked images of Gallery, Camera, and Weather app icons. The homescreen customization options have also floated online, promising a big redesign.

The tipster says that icons and visible changes are in the Developer testing phase. The company may still change the user interface elements in Beta. UI components can’t be considered final until the release of the fourth or fifth Beta update.

Notably, the leaker who posted screenshots of One UI 7 also noted that these changes were deployed in the past week only. There were no such changes in Samsung’s upcoming One UI version around the period of the Galaxy Unpacked event held in Paris.

One UI 7 – Leaked changes

Samsung has revamped the Camera app, giving it a fresh new icon and UI changes. The camera user interface is optimized for one-handed use. All the options and camera mode sliders are aligned to the bottom of the screen for easier accessibility.

For the homescreen, One UI 7 could allow you to remove labels from apps and widgets. One UI Home app may add a new toggle entitled “Bold.” When enabled, it will enlarge the app icons and widgets by removing labels.

Weather and Gallery app icons are also getting refreshed. We guess the company may have been preparing a complete set of renovated icons for stock apps. The Weather icon adopted a lighter gradient, while the Gallery icon added leaves on a White background.

Samsung Galaxy S24 series could be the first to get One UI 7 Beta update. The company is expected to announce the program first in South Korea. It will ultimately be available in China, Germany, India, Poland, the UK, and the US as well.

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