Tuesday, August 14, 2018

MWC 2019: Samsung Galaxy S10 with 3 rear cameras and 2 front cameras coming.

Mock Up

12 million pixel wide angle, 13 million pixel telephoto and 16 million pixel super wide angle camera.  (41MP) and with dual front cameras are coming aboard the Samsung Galaxy S10 at MWC 2019 announcement.

The Samsung Galaxy series A smartphones that usually are launched in January are also coming with 3 rear cameras with  32 million pixels, 5 million pixels, and 8 million pixels combined, at least the medium premium model.

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Intel to launch 9th Gen Core CPUs with 8 and 6 cores in October 1st.

Mock up.

Based on Intel’s 14 nm manufacturing process, the collection includes 8 core and 6 core CPUs, including Core i9-9900K, the first mainstream desktop Core i9 chip.

The Core i9-9900K would feature  3.6 Ghz processor that could be boosted to 4.7 Ghz with all cores or 5 Ghz with only 1-2 cores, and would support up to 16 code threads.

The Core i7-9700K, on the other hand, would be the first mainstream 8 core processor. It would clock in at 3.6 Ghz and could be boosted up to 4.6 Ghz with all cores running or 4.9 Ghz.

Less exciting would be a range of mid-tier Core i5-9600K processor with six cores, six threads, a 3.7GHz base clock and a 4.3GHz boost with all cores (4.6GHz with one).

Rumors said Intel is going to refresh the line in late 2019 based on 10nm mfg process.

LG starts selling the Signature Edition smartphone with 256GB of storage.

LG super premium smartphone called SIGNATURE EDITION  with 256GB of storage is a limited edition of 300 units wich the company has already sold 200 units. The smartphone is based  on the LG V35 ThinQ and costs  $1.770.-

The smartphone will be available on carriers in South Korea since August 13.

The smartphone comes with special services, including exclusive consulting services, a two-year warranty and a replacement for broken displays. Users can also inscribe their names on the back of the smartphone. 

LG said the smartphone is designed with zirconium ceramic, making the device more durable and stronger compared with other devices in the market. 

Other features of the smartphones include the 6-inch 18:9 OLED full vision display, artificial intelligence camera and the DTS:X 3D sound system.

LG said the premium smartphone also comes with the Beoplay H9i headset, which is valued at 700,000 won. ($618)

Saturday, August 11, 2018

3 New iPhones are coming and how they look like. Pics.

Now is the time for Apple answer to the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 9., and appears it will be with  3 new models.

On a video posted by Marques Borwnlee 3 iPhone sizes are the smartphones Apple is going to unveil in September as 2018 models.

5.8 inch iPhone X OLED Display. Dual cameras. In Black, White, Gold colors.

6.1 inch iPhone X LCD Display. Single camera. In 4 colors.

6.5 inch iPhone X Plus OLED Display, Dual Camera. In Black, White and Gold colors.

(We just put the names of the iPhones . Not Official)

The 6.1 inch LCD with iPhone X look below in the middle , will replace the iPhone 8 Plus of last year .We don`t know if it will be called iPhone 9 Plus just yet.

Speculating about the differences between them besides the size, it might be about inside hardware and features in software or maybe just in inside hardware. 

See how they will look like:

iPhone 8 Plus vs iPhone X LCD 6.1inch . ( or iPhone 9 Plus)

Source of all those pictures on the video below:

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Full Video Replay: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018.

The Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018 where the company unveiled the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Watch samsung Home event starts at 28: 59 minutes of the video replay below.  If you would like to watch all the previous to the event videos ads , please start from the begining of this video:

6 Videos Hands-On of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

 6 Videos Hands-On of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 you can watch below as follows: Design, Mobile Remote Control with S Pen for taking selfies and for presentations, Intelligent Camera, Premium Power and Performance (for  Gaming, Water protected , additional storage and Dolby Atmos), and Samsung Dex.

USA: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 carriers, stores, prices and availability.

The Galaxy Note 9 with 128GB storage (and 6GB RAM) will cost $999, the one with 512GB storage (and 8GB RAM) will be $1,250. The US is getting only the Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple color options.

It will be available on the major carriers: A&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular and Xfinity. You’d be able to grab one from Samsung.com and major retailers: Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Walmart, Target, Sam’s Club and Straight Talk Wireless

If you pre-order (from August 10 to August 23), you may get a freebie (but there are limited quantities available). You can choose either a free pair of AKG noise canceling headphones ($300) or 15,000 Fortnite V-Bucks. You can have both for $99.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be finally available in August 24th, 2018.

Meet the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Official Video Introduction.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Where to watch the Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED 2018 tomorrow.

Tomorrow August 9, 2018, is the event of Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2018 in New York City, where Samsung Electronics will introduce the newest addition to the Galaxy family. A device designed for those who want it all and demand the best of the best. 

If you can’t make it to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center for tomorrow’s big event, you can still watch the action unfold live by tuning in on August 9 at 11 a.m. EDT via any of the links listed below.

Tune in via Samsung’s Official Websites

Visit Samsung NewsroomSamsung.com or Samsung Mobile Press when the event begins. 

Tune in on Facebook

Visit Samsung Newsroom or Samsung Mobile’s Facebook page when the event begins. 

Tune in on Twitter

Visit live.twitter.com/Unpacked when the event begins. 

And don’t forget to check out Samsung Newsroom’s Galaxy page for all the latest updates on the lineup’s newest addition.

Monday, August 6, 2018

Samsung Electronics Starts Mass Production of Industry’s First 4-bit 4TB Consumer SSD.

Samsung Electronics Starts Mass Production of Industry’s First 4-bit Consumer SSD.

New 4TB QLC SSD features performance levels 
on par with 3-bit SATA SSDs.

Offers 540MB/s read speed, 520MB/s write speed and 3-year warranty period

Samsung Electronics, the world leader in advanced memory technology, today announced that it has begun mass producing the industry’s first 4-bit (QLC, quad-level cell) 4-terabyte (TB) SATA solid-state drive (SSD) for consumers. 

Based on 1-terabit (Tb) V-NAND with outstanding performance equivalent to the company’s 3-bit design, Samsung’s QLC SSD is expected to bring a new level of efficiency to consumer SSDs. 

“Samsung’s new 4-bit SATA SSD will herald a massive move to terabyte-SSDs for consumers,” said Jaesoo Han, executive vice president of memory sales & marketing at Samsung Electronics. “As we expand our lineup across consumer segments and to the enterprise, 4-bit terabyte-SSD products will rapidly spread throughout the entire market.” 

With its new 1Tb 4-bit V-NAND chip, Samsung will be able to efficiently produce a 128GB memory card for smartphones that will lead the charge toward higher capacities for high-performance memory storage. 

Typically, as data stored within a memory cell increases from three bits to four, the chip capacity per unit area would rise and the electrical charge (used to determine information from a sensor) would decrease by as much as 50 percent, making it considerably more difficult to maintain a device’s desired performance and speed. 

However, Samsung’s 4-bit 4TB QLC SATA SSD maintains its performance levels at the same level as a 3-bit SSD, by using a 3-bit SSD controller and TurboWrite technology, while increasing drive capacity through the use of 32 chips, all based on 64-layer fourth-generation 1Tb V-NAND.* 

The 4-bit QLC SSD enables a sequential read speed of 540 MB/s and a sequential write speed of 520 MB/s, and comes with a three-year warranty. 

Samsung plans to introduce several 4-bit consumer SSDs later this year with 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities in the widely used 2.5-inch form factor. 

Since introducing the 32-gigabyte (GB) 1-bit SSD in 2006, which ushered in the PC SSD era, to today’s 4TB 4-bit SSD, Samsung continues to drive new thresholds for each multi-bit generation.** 

In addition, the company expects to provide M.2 NVMe SSDs for the enterprise this year and begin mass production of 4-bit fifth-generation V-NAND. This will considerably expand its SSD lineup to meet the growing demand for faster, more reliable performance across a wide span of applications, such as next generation data centers, enterprise servers, and enterprise storage. 

*1Tb (128GB) x 32 = 4TB (4,096GB)

**Samsung’s mass production history of SSDs in bits per cell.

Friday, August 3, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Official specifications on retail box leaked. (English version)

The retail box in russian of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was leaked today and a translation of it to english is now available as you can see on above picture:

Specifications of the 128GB RAM version:

Screen 6.4 inch QHD+ sAMOLED
Rear SLR dual camera: 12MP (F1 5/2.4) + 12MP (F2.4)
Front camera: 8MP (AF) slow motion (960 frames per second)
S Pen: Electronic with remote control.
Battery 4000 mAh
Stereo speakers with headphones AKG
Samsung Pay support
Wireless charging support
IP 68: Water and dust protection.
Iris Scanner.

We think the 512GB of RAM version will have the same specifications detailed for the 128GB RAM version, and both will sport with a micro SD card slot support for up to 512GB of additional storage or maybe more.

A more expanded picture of above specifications please note her below:


Samsung Galaxy Note 9 of 1TB storage is coming. Video Ad.

Samsung has posted on YouTube a video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Where you can see a 512 gigabyte micro SD card  of Storage coming out of the device.

Meaning de Galaxy Note 9 one of the versions will have 512GB of internal storage plus the 512GB of the micro SD making a total of 1 TB.

The Samsung micro SD card of 512 GB is a  new model the company is launching with the Galaxy Note 9 for the first Time.

Samsung will present the new Note 9 in a August 9 Unpacked event in NY.

Thursday, August 2, 2018

2Q 2018: Tablet WorldWide Market Share: Apple 34.9%, Samsung 15.1%, Huawei 10.3%, says IDC.

Shipments include shipments to distribution channels or end users. OEM sales are counted under the company/brand under which they are sold.

The worldwide tablet market declined 13.5% during the second quarter of 2018 (2Q18) as global shipments fell to 33 million, according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker. Slate tablets accounted for the majority of the market with 28.4 million units, down 14.5% from the previous year. Meanwhile, detachable tablets also declined during the quarter largely due to the high-profile product launches in the second quarter of 2017 and the absence of timely updates to those products in 2Q18.

"The detachable market is at a crucial stage as it has been driven primarily by premium products from Microsoft and Apple and growth has slowed in recent months," said Jitesh Ubrani, senior research analyst with IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Device Trackers. "Though consumers and businesses alike have shown interest in the detachable form factor, those operating on tighter budgets have had very few options available to them and hence some have opted for traditional PCs. However, with the launch of the Surface Go, Chrome OS-based detachables, and hopefully a more affordable iPad Pro in the future, the detachable category still has a bright future, provided the performance and software lines up with users' expectations."

"The first-generation of Windows 10 on Snapdragon detachables failed to impress as sluggish performance and the limited number of available programs and apps prevented the first few products in the category from achieving mass market success," said Lauren Guenveur, senior research analyst for IDC's Tablet team. "However, with Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 850 processor, specifically designed for Always Connected PCs, as well as new tools from Microsoft to bring 64-bit apps to the Always Connected platform, we believe there is a promising future for this line of products. The purported advantages of the platform, including its cost effectiveness over Intel X86 processors, could do a lot to boost shipments of detachables, particularly in the woefully underserved mid-market segment. This segment remains key to the overall growth of the detachable market, one which Microsoft has only started to address with the release of the Surface Go."

Tablet Company Highlights

Apple's lead continued unabated. The launch of a newer iPad towards the end of the first quarter, combined with improvements to the OS and the renewed push into Education, seems to be paying off for the company.

Samsung maintained its position as the second ranked tablet manufacturer despite a year-over-year shipment decline of 16.1%. Samsung slate and detachable shipments both declined as Samsung's tablet portfolio continued to age barring a couple of product refreshes in the slate category (Tab A 7.0 and Tab Active 2). Samsung's refresh of the Galaxy Tab S-series, announced on August 1 as the Galaxy Tab S4, will boost Samsung's shipments in the detachables category. However, this may do little to boost Samsung's share in the long run as it faces potential competition from Chrome-based detachables.

Huawei shipped 3.4 million tablets in the second quarter, solidifying its position as the third largest tablet manufacturer worldwide. The majority of these shipments continue to be in Asia/Pacific, excluding Japan, which accounted for nearly 50% the company's total. Although Huawei's detachables shipments remain limited, they grew more than 200% in the latest quarter.

Lenovo shipments remained relatively steady at two million units in the second quarter. This is a decline of 8.4% compared to the same period a year ago, as well as a sequential decline from the first quarter of 2018.

Amazon.com declined 33.5% during the quarter as the company that almost singlehandedly took out numerous whitebox vendors now faces the challenges of a saturated market. The retail giant is slowly expanding to additional markets though the incremental tablet users in those countries has not been enough to offset the decline faced in the U.S.

In May of 2018, Lenovo closed its joint venture with Fujitsu to take over majority ownership of Fujitsu's PC business, which includes a portion of Fujitsu tablets. To avoid confusion, below are two tables that reflect both organic and merger-related growth.

The first table below shows the combined shipments for Lenovo and Fujitsu in 2Q18 but only Lenovo's shipments for the prior year's quarter (2Q17). (Fujitsu's shipments for 2Q17 are in "Others".) 

Galaxy Tab S3 vs. Galaxy Tab S4: Specifications Comparison Inphografic.

The Galaxy Tab S4 comes equipped with a wealth of enhanced features so that users can make the most out of their tablet. The Tab S4 is the first tablet to be integrated with Samsung DeX. It also boasts enhanced LTE support and smart features such as the S Pen, Samsung Flow and SmartThings for seamless productivity across all your Samsung devices. Long-lasting battery allows you to do more, with cinematic surround sound and immersive display visuals providing the very best in on-the-go entertainment.

USA: Reserve online NOW your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 save up to $450.- trading-in Samsung,Apple,LG and Google devices.

Samsung USA has opened reservations (pre-orders) online here,  where you can save up to $450.- when you trade in your current smartphone. 

You have  options for these carriers - Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular or an unlocked device.

This trade-in include smartphones made by Samsung, LG, Apple and Google.Please check the list of smartphones you can trade-in by brand and your value for it:

Check out this information:

*For a limited time only, on Samsung.com/Shop Samsung App, purchase the next Galaxy smartphone with Samsung Financing or outright purchase at full retail price (“Qualifying Purchase”) and send in a qualifying trade-in device to Samsung (must be received by Samsung within 15 days of Qualifying Purchase or you will be charged back for trade-in value applied to purchase), and you will receive up to a $450 trade-in credit to apply toward your Qualifying Purchase.  

Check Samsung.com for a list of smartphone models that currently qualify for trade-in; smartphone models eligible for trade-in may change throughout the promotion period at Samsung’s sole discretion. To be eligible for trade-in, a qualifying device must meet all Trade-In Program eligibility requirements, which include that the device powers on and holds a charge; has a functioning display; has no breaks or cracks in the screen (unless you specifically select a cracked screen offer if available at the time you make your Qualifying Purchase); has no breaks or cracks in the case; has no other visible defects that go beyond normal wear and tear; is not on a black list of any kind; has a verified FCC ID; has been reset to factory settings; has all personal information removed from device; and has reactivation lock, Google Factory Reset Protection and all other anti-theft locking software disabled. 

If you send in a trade-in device and it is received within 15 days but does not meet all eligibility requirements, you will be charged back the value of the trade-in credit you received minus $25. 

Participation in this program does not excuse you from contracts with your carrier or retailer (or any related payments or fees) for the device that was traded in. You may not participate if you lease or do not own the device you would be trading in. Limit 1 trade-in per qualifying purchase. Samsung reserves the right to modify or discontinue this offer at any time. 

The Trade-In Program cannot be combined with any other carrier specific promotions, discounts, or offers unless specifically provided for in the terms and conditions of such offers. Additional terms apply. Visit samsung.com/us/trade-in/terms-and-conditions to learn more.

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is expected to have 6.4” Infinity Display  AMOLED . with Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 and will have 6 GB RAM and 128GB of storage There is a dual camera on the back, with one of them expected to be with variable aperture f/1.5-f/2.4. The fingerprint scanner makes its way below the camera setup, while the front keeps the iris scanner and 8 MP selfie camera with f/1.7 lens.

Source: SamsungUS

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