Finally the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Unpacked 2017 Live Stream Official Replay is available just right below. Enjoy.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
The first video is the SGS8/S8+ introduction video and has audio the next videos some of them have no audio. Why ? We don`t know. Samsung Newsroom youtube channel has uploaded those videos that are demos or hands on.
Verizon’s plan is to release the Samsung Galaxy S8 under at least two plans. With their 2-year installment plan, a (recent smartphone) trade-in, plus Unlimited Data, users will pay $15 a month for 2 years for a total of $360 USD. Users can do the same thing without the phone trade-in for $30 a month for 2 years for a total of $720.
Verizon also has the Galaxy S8 Plus with the same plan (with trade-in) for $20 a month for a total of $480 USD. Without trade-in, that same deal will be $35 USD a month for 2 years for a total of $840. Verizon will also be selling a VR package which includes the new Gear VR headset (with controller) and a pair of Harmon Kardon headphones and a 256GB micro-SD card for a total of $99 USD.
AT&T’s sale of the Galaxy S8 will include one plan that costs $25 a month for 30 months for a total of $750. The Galaxy S8 will also be available with AT&T’s Frequent Upgrade plan for $31.25 a month for a total of $750. The Galaxy S8 Plus will cost $28.34 a month for 30 months for a total of $850, or $35.42 for 24 months and a total of $850 with the Frequent Upgrade plan.
T-Mobile will be selling the Galaxy S8 for a final retail price of $750. They’re doing so with a $30 down payment and cost $30/month for 24 months on the T-Mobile Equipment Installment Plan. They’ll also be selling the Galaxy S8 Plus for a final retail price of $850 on a plan with $130 down and $30/month for 24 months on a Mobile Equipment Installation Plan.
T-Mobile’s deal is offering the devices on pre-order starting tonight at 9:01 PM Pacific Time online. Pre-orders from T-Mobile will get a free Gear VR with new controller and “Oculus content (a $180 value)”. T-Mobile “@Work” customers will get a DeX adaptor for free at launch when they pre-order.
MetroPCS is also getting in on the action early with a Galaxy S8. They’ll have the Galaxy S8 available for one cost – all up front – for $729 USD. MetroPCS customers will also get the Gear VR with controller for free when pre-ordering the Galaxy S8.
US Cellular will have the Galaxy S8 available for free. Not free without a qualifying trade-in, and this is only for new customers, but free is in there, nonetheless. The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be available on US Cellular starting at $40 per line per month for data for four lines, or $60 per month for a single line with Autopay and Paperless billing. Customers purchasing a Galaxy S8 from US Cellular between March 30th and April 20th will get a Gear VR and controller for free.
Pre-orders for most of these carriers – including the ones that have not announced details yet, exactly – are starting tonight.
April 21st is the general consensus for when the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be shipping to carriers and customers.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Monday, March 27, 2017
Microsoft Technology Licensing filled a patent application in September 2015 and now in March 23, 2017 is published as granted by the United States patent application.
The phone/tablet might be some day in the near future a Surface foldable phone as Microsoft has been making Surface branded devices like the Surface Book, Surface Pro and Surface Studio that had gained popularity.
Details of the device you can find downloading this PDF
Explore the innovative mobile technologies inside of the Exynos 9 Series (8895) processor. With a cutting-edge 10nm FinFET process, a high-speed gigabit LTE modem, a powerful and efficient 2nd generation CPU and GPU, the Exynos 8895 is the processor that goes beyond mobile innovation.
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Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Snapdragon and Exynos variants appear on AnTuTu.
The Galaxy S8 (SM-G950F) appears to be running Android 7.0 and featuring the Exynos 8895 processor, a 12-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel secondary camera, 4GB RAM, and 64GB internal storage. The SM-G9500 appears to be a Snapdragon 835-equipped variant with an Adreno 540 GPU.
Is another BIG announcement coming? Andy Rubin co-founder of Android is teasing on Twitter an almost bezel-less smartphone that he is pleased to have and share a little bit of it .
We will have to wait until we can know what phone it is.
Andy Rubin is now the founder and CEO of the startup Playground
I'm really excited about how this is shaping up. Eager to get it in more people's hands... pic.twitter.com/LRzQCFSKTm— Andy Rubin (@Arubin) March 27, 2017
The value of products involving flexible displays will surge to over US$200 billion within five years and approach US$300 billion within a decade, according to market research company Futuresource Consulting.
As the technology progresses, applications including smartphones which unfold to become tablets, adjustable curved TVs and pop-up presentations will hit the market, Futuresource stated.
At this point though, the industry is in a phase of 'limited flexibility', commonly referred to as 'conformed displays'. Displays may be shaped, but are normally supported in situ with limited, if any, manipulation available to the end-user.
However, 'fully flexible' devices will be viable within the next 1-2 years, allowing repeatedly foldable or rollable screens. New materials and design processes will drive innovation and, in some cases, completely new usage models, Futuresource noted.
The Consumer Electronics (CE) market is likely to lead the way with over a quarter of all new smartphones by 2026 featuring flexible screens, which among other attributes, will render them unbreakable. As manufacturing costs are reduced, the potential for bespoke signage and pull-down whiteboards are some of several commercial B2B applications that can be realized.
FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MARKET EXPECTED TO SURGE TO OVER $200BN WITHIN 5 YEARS, CREATING RADICAL NEW PRODUCT.
Smartphones which unfold to become tablets, adjustable curved TVs and pop-up presentation screens are just some of a radical new wave of product concepts made possible by advances in flexible display technology, highlighted in the latest research report from Futuresource Consulting. Currently, the industry is in a phase of 'limited flexibility', commonly referred to as 'conformed displays'. Displays may be shaped, but are normally supported in situ with limited, if any, manipulation available to the end-user.
However, 'fully flexible' devices will be viable within the next 1-2 years, allowing repeatedly foldable or rollable screens. New materials and design processes will drive innovation and, in some cases, completely new usage models.
The CE market is likely to lead the way with over a quarter of all new smartphones by 2026 featuring flexible screens, which among other attributes, will render them unbreakable.
As manufacturing costs reduce, the potential for bespoke signage and pull-down whiteboards are some of several commercial B2B applications to be realised.
"The value of products involving flexible displays will surge to over $200 billion within five years and approach $300 billion within a decade. This strong growth is anticipated due to range of product benefits it creates from increased robustness, design differentiation and ease of display manufacturing customisation through to new applications such as e-paper, e-fashion and home appliances," comments David Tett, Market Analyst at Futuresource Consulting. "'Unbreakable' products will become a reality, reducing the need for manufacturers to handle returns and service, while bespoke signage will be easier to produce and could offer users the added benefits of adjustability and reuse.
"Technology is advancing from first generation displays which have been flexed during the manufacturing process to be curved but are not able to have their shape manipulated by the end-user, toward a second-generation product," adds Tett.
Current examples of products within this category include curved TVs and Samsung's 'Edge' mobile devices. These are often referred to as 'conformed' displays. "Futuresource define second generation displays as 'truly flexible'. These displays can be folded, rolled, bent or otherwise have their shape manipulated and altered by the end-user.
"It remains to be seen which designs enabled by flexible displays will appeal to the market, but attributes like increased robustness and ease of customised manufacturing will drive vendor adoption regardless," says Tett.
Futuresource's 'The Opportunity for Flexible Displays in the CE & B2B Markets' market report outlines the use case scenarios that flexible displays can bring to various products, together with the opportunities and inhibitors that exist in both consumer and B2B categories.
The report identifies the key growth areas of flexible displays, e-paper, flexible sensors, flexible batteries and stretchable electronics. It quantifies the worldwide market opportunity in terms of volume and value through to 2022 and provides evidence for the cannibalisation of devices that traditionally feature larger screens, such as tablets, by smaller devices with foldout or rollable screens.
Technologies including OLED, LCD and others are assessed for their competitive position, cost benefits and likely further development in the flexible display market.
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Sunday, March 26, 2017
Samsung every year comes with a new version of the native song OVER THE HORIZON that always arrives on every new versions of the Galaxy smartphones.
This time for the upcoming Galaxy S8/ S8+ to be announced this Wednesday March 29 , Jacob Collier is the collaborator. He is a Grammy Award-winning artist and this take sounds good.
Samsung and Jacob Collier Collaborate on New Galaxy Smartphones’ ‘Over the Horizon’
All the latest Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ leaked pictures and some early leaked pics as well.
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