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Samsung is a South-Korean conglomerate which counts many subsidiaries like Samsung Electronics, which you probably know very well, but also Samsung Heavy Industries which builds ships, or Samsung Life Insurance, Samsung Securities and many more. Samsung is responsible for an amazing 20% of South Korea’s exports. In the consumer electronics world, Samsung has gone from being a company with a reputation for cheap products to becoming one of the most respected companies in the world.

This Is What Samsung’s New Wear OS Smartwatch Could Look Like
Many are undoubtedly excited to see what Samsung has to unveil at MWC 2021 next week. This is because if you recall, at Google I/O 2021 last month, Google announced that they would be collaborating with Samsung to revamp its Wear OS platform, combining the best of both Wear OS and Tizen together for some super wearables platform.

Samsung’s Latest Chromebook Could Be Easy On The Wallet
Chromebooks generally have a pretty good reputation for being affordable, but it seems that Samsung could have something that’s even more affordable. This will come in the form of a new Chromebook that the company is calling the Galaxy Chromebook Go, which based on its specs would suggest that this will be easy on your wallet.

Samsung’s Latest Odyssey Gaming Monitors Have Done Away With The Curve
Samsung has a lineup of gaming monitors that’s part of their Odyssey series. Some of the models we’ve seen in the past include ultrawide curved displays that are honestly pretty cool, but at the same time, not everyone wants or needs such a massive display. If you’re after something a bit more “traditional”, you’re in luck.

Samsung Will Show Off Its New Wearable Platform At MWC Later This Month
Google and Samsung announced a new Wear platform at Google I/O 2021 last month. Apart from the confirmed partnership and a few words describing some of the features we can expect, not much else is known or what this new Wear platform could look like. For those who are curious, we will find out soon enough.

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New Report Suggests That Apple Is Leading The Market For 5G Smartphones
When Android handset makers were busy churning out 5G handsets a year ahead of Apple, many were wondering if Apple’s decision to come to the party late would have a negative impact. It turns out that it didn’t matter because according to a new report from Strategy Analytics, Apple is currently not just leading, but dominating the 5G smartphone market.

Google’s Statement On Its Wear Platform Eligibility Has Us Worried
When Google and Samsung announced at Google I/O 2021 that they would be collaborating on a revamped Wear OS platform that would combine the best of Wear OS and Tizen, it sounded like a good thing. The new Wear platform would bring about improvements to battery life, performance, health capabilities, and more.

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Google’s Revamped Wear OS Could Be Shown Off Later This Month
At Google I/O 2021, Google made a surprising announcement when they revealed that they would be teaming up with Samsung to revamp its smartwatch platform. Originally known as Wear OS, the new platform will be known as Wear, but unfortunately apart from the announcement of the collaboration, no one really knows what to expect.

Walmart Gives Its 740,000 Works Free Samsung Phones
Usually when it comes to company phones, you would need to be in a relatively high position for the company to give you a phone. However, that isn’t the case with Walmart who recently announced that they will be distributing a whopping 740,000 free Samsung phones to its store workers.

Samsung Could Supply Google With Flexible Displays For Its Foldable Pixel Phone
If the rumors are true, Google could be working on a foldable phone of their own. The company actually introduced support for foldable devices in previous versions of Android, which was a strange move at that time as the company did not have foldable phones of their own. It was speculated back then that Google was laying down the foundations for its own foldable in the future.

Samsung Reportedly Kicks Off Production Of iPhone 13’s 120Hz Display Panels
Despite having a well-publicized legal battle against each other, Apple and Samsung have a very fruitful business relationship with each other. It is said that the iPhone’s OLED displays (partly) come from Samsung, so it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that production for the displays of the iPhone 13 have already begun at Samsung’s factories.

Uber HW Camera Scores #9: Oppo, Samsung
Samsung and Oppo find themselves in opposite sections of the mobile camera market in this update as we look at Oppo’s high-end and premium phones alongside Samsung’s mid-range and budget mobile cameras.At the high-end, the Oppo Find X3 Pro is going neck to neck against the OnePlus 9, but we have yet to see an Oppo score cross the 200 threshold, something that Xiaomi, OnePlus, and Samsung have. However, it […]

Samsung Pokes Fun At iPhone’s Lack Of 100x Digital Zoom
Apple and Samsung are rivals even though both companies do work together, so every now and then to see Samsung take out an ad to poke fun at Apple’s iPhones doesn’t really come as a surprise. The latest ad from the South Korean tech giant comes in the form of Samsung making fun of Apple’s lack of digital zoom for the iPhone.

Google+Samsung = Next-Gen Wear (OS)
Samsung and Google (+Fitbit) join forces to make Wear (OS) better at Google I/O. The announcement was mostly about two giant and influential companies “joining forces” to produce a “unified platform” that combines “the best of Wear and Tizen” – Tizen is Samsung’s proprietary OS, and Wear is Google’s OS for wearable devices.The presentation did not show any tangible items for the next version of Wear, but it shows that […]

Samsung Isn’t Giving Up On Tizen Just Yet
At Google I/O 2021, Google made a rather surprising announcement in which they revealed that they would be working together with Samsung to overhaul Wear OS. The end result is a “new” platform called Google Wear. While Samsung did not confirm anything, it seems that a recent rumor about Samsung moving to Google Wear for their next smartwatch actually makes more sense now.

Google And Samsung Team Up To Revamp Wear OS
A recent rumor has made claims that for Samsung’s next smartwatch, instead of using Tizen, Samsung could instead be turning to Google’s Wear OS. It seems like the rumors were kind of right, except that this is more than just Samsung using Google’s wearable platform. At I/O 2021, Google announced a partnership with Samsung that would essentially overhaul Wear OS.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Will Run Wear OS
While many smartwatch makers have ultimately decided to adopt Google’s Wear OS platform, Samsung has stubbornly held out and continued to use Tizen as its platform of choice, but that is expected to change soon. According to reports out of Korea, the next Samsung smartwatch, tentatively known as the Galaxy Watch 4, will be powered by Wear OS.

Samsung Just Showed Off A Bunch Of New Display Technology
Apart from making phones and home appliances, Samsung also creates components like displays that are used in other products as well. In fact, for the upcoming Display Week 2021 event, Samsung has officially taken the wraps off several new display technologies that they have been working on.

Samsung Could Adopt Google’s Mysterious Fuchsia OS In The Future
Many years ago, it was discovered that Google was working on a new operating system codenamed Fuchsia OS. It is, what some believe, the successor to Android where it is said that it will give Google a greater degree of control over Android that it never had, similar to how Apple controls iOS.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Could Actually Be Quite Affordable
If the rumors are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is expected to be launched in August. Now, the thing with foldable phones is that while they are exciting, they are also rather pricey simply because what you’re paying for is the tech behind the foldable display. If price has been what’s holding you back, you could be in luck.