Tag: Samsung

Samsung Pay Beta gets updated with support for Samsung Pay Cash Card and international money transfers

Samsung is rolling out a new update for Samsung Pay users. The latest update brings a couple of new features to the app. Along with that, Samsung is also introducing something called Samsung Pay Cash Card. This is Samsung’s very own virtual card to compete with Apple Card. The new

Samsung partnering with Visa to turn your smartphone into a payment terminal

Samsung is partnering with Visa and Fiserv, a leading global provider of payments solutions, to develop a Software Point of Sale (SoftPOS) solution that will just require a smartphone or a tablet. This new solution will make use NFC technology in smartphones or a tablets to enable contactless transactions from

Galaxy Watch Active 2 has an ECG feature

Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch just six months after the Galaxy Watch Active was released at the Galaxy S10 event in February, and two days before its expected Note 10 launch event. It’s not common to get a sequel in the same year as the original, but Samsung is bending

Samsung to add new Smart AI features to its Note 10 camera

The race for the best smartphone camera has become increasingly intense, with the winners increasingly turning to computational photography and artificial intelligence to boost picture quality. Samsung has lagged behind somewhat in this area and has instead added hardware features such as its dual-aperture camera in the Samsung Galaxy S10. 

Samsung to use AMD custom graphics IP in smartphones and other products

Samsung today announced a multi-year strategic partnership with AMD. As part of this partnership, Samsung will get access to custom graphics IP based on the AMD’s highly-scalable RDNA graphics architecture. Samsung will use this IP in smartphones and other products. As a result, Samsung will pay license fees and royalties

Samsung announces a new vertical TV targeting millennials

Samsung today announced “The Sero,” a new TV with a vertical screen. With this TV, Samsung is targeting the millennials who consume most of their content in vertical format on services like Instagram, Snapchat and others. This new vertical TV comes with NFC support allowing users to to just tap

Samsung Request takedown of Galaxy Fold teardown

Despite initial optimism for its release, the Samsung Galaxy Fold turned out to have design flaws which couldn’t be ignored.  Samsung were forced to delay the global release of the phone after reviewers experienced many screen-related issues; including fragility and small bodies being wedged underneath it. iFixit took matters into

This Samsung display might be the next breakthrough in the smartphone technology i8

Wouldn’t it be nice if we have just one device for all our computing needs? For consumers, it’s certainly a great idea and seems quite possible to achieve. Samsung believes it can pull it off. The company has already started its preparation to peruse ‘one device to rule them all’

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 family now on sale in the Microsoft Store, starting at $849.99

Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 devices have gone on sale in most of the world today and have also equally quickly reached the Microsoft Store. The smartphones (S10, S10+ and S1oe), which are currently regarded as some of the best Android phones of 2019 are accompanied by equally great accessories such as the

Launch of the Samsung Galaxy Fold will be an exclusive “concierge-like” experience

Samsung is not about to let any riff-raff lay hands on the Samsung Galaxy Fold. According to Kate Beaumont, director of product, services, and commercial strategy at Samsung UK, Samsung will not be displaying the “super premium” device at most stores. “This is a super premium device, and we want to

Samsung Galaxy S10 have problem about fingerprint scanner

Samsung Galaxy S10 is finally out and it somehow managed to launch with several controversies. Just before the launch, a rumour broke out which claimed that the Galaxy S10’s fingerprint scanner doesn’t work over screen protectors. Samsung is not the first company to launch a device with an in-display fingerprint