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.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Will Be Limited In Supply
One of the rumors we had been hearing about the Samsung Galaxy Fold ahead of its launch was that it could be a limited run device where Samsung might only be looking to produce as many as 100,000 units. It turns out that the rumors were true, according to a report from The Verge who cites Kate Beaumont, director of product, services, and commercial strategy at Samsung UK.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Come With Its Own Cryptocurrency Wallet
If you’re someone who is dabbling in cryptocurrency and have a few stashed away, then maybe the Samsung Galaxy S10 could be the phone for you. This is because Samsung has confirmed that the recently-announced Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature its own cryptocurrency wallet called the Samsung Blockchain Keystore.

Samsung Galaxy A10 Render Leaked
At MWC 2019, Samsung took the wraps off a couple of new mid-range handsets in the form of the Samsung Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50. These devices were kind of expected as the entire lineup was leaked ahead of their official unveiling. However one device that missed the announcement is the Galaxy A10, which from what we could tell, was the lowest-end of the bunch.

Samsung Explains Why The Galaxy Fold Display Folds Inwards
One of the differences between the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X foldable phone is that Samsung’s display folds inwards, while Huawei’s folds outwards. During a recent interview with The Verge, Samsung explained why they chose to have the Galaxy Fold’s display fold inwards instead of out.


Some Samsung Galaxy S10 Models Could Ship Later Than Expected
When Samsung announced their Galaxy S10 lineup, the company had stated that they would be releasing the handsets on the 8th of March. However as it turns out, that might not be 100% true because according to the dates found on the Samsung US website, some models might be shipped out later than others.

Samsung Galaxy S10’s Face Unlock Seemingly Beaten By A Photo
With the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung seems to have ditched the iris scanner in favor of an in-display fingerprint scanner and a face unlock feature. If you are planning on picking up the phone, you should probably take note that maybe using the face unlock feature might not be the best way to secure your phone.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Be Bundled With McAfee Anti-Malware Software
Most mobile phone companies these days tend to do a pretty good job of ensuring that their devices stay updated with the most recent security patches. This is to ensure that exploits and vulnerabilities are patched in a timely manner to prevent them from being used, but this isn’t an end-all solution.

Swatch Alleges Samsung Infringed On Their Trademark For Watch Faces
One of the perks of a smartwatch is that if you don’t like the current face of the watch you’re wearing, it’s not that hard to find a new face that you can download. There are even certain smartwatches that let users customize their watch faces to their own liking. However, it seems that there are some who aren’t too pleased with some of the designs Samsung has chosen for […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Will Feature Four Cameras
At MWC 2019, Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy S10 5G in which one of the main differences between the 5G variant and the other Galaxy S10 models (besides the 5G connectivity) is that it will feature a quad-camera setup on the back. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Samsung use four cameras on the back. That honor previously went to the Samsung Galaxy A9.

Samsung Will Bring Bixby Button Remapping To Its Older Phones
One of the things that infuriated some Samsung handset owners was when Samsung introduced a dedicated hardware button that would launch Bixby. It was initially discovered that users could remap the button, but Samsung quickly put a stop to that. However with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung changed their minds and allowed users to remap it.

Samsung Offering Discounts On Galaxy S10 For Students And Teachers
Premium smartphones continue to get expensive and that’s a major reason why people are holding on to their devices for longer. Companies like Apple offer education markdowns which make these devices a bit more attainable for students and teachers. Samsung is replicating that strategy with up for 40 percent off on devices for students and teachers. It’s also offering an 8 percent discount on the new Galaxy S10 lineup.

Samsung Releases Video Detailing The Galaxy Fold
Samsung finally unveiled its foldable smartphone at its Galaxy S10 launch event last week. The device is called the Galaxy Fold and it’s going to be out in April. The company did spend a considerable amount of time talking about this device during the launch event but it has now put up a new video on YouTube which details the Galaxy Fold. It provides additional information about the durability of […]

Samsung Galaxy S10 To Get Custom Version Of Adobe Premiere Rush
There are various video or photo editing apps available on our mobile devices, but the good news for those who are planning on getting their hands on the Samsung Galaxy S10 is that the phone will be getting a custom version of Adobe Premiere Rush. The app will not be available at the phone’s launch and is only expected to be made available later this year.

Bixby Button On The Samsung Galaxy S10 Can Be Remapped
One of the annoying features in more recent Samsung phones is the dedicated Bixby hardware button. The idea behind it is that it will allow users to quickly launch the digital assistant at the touch of a button, but given that Bixby has been found to be lagging behind the competition, it’s not surprising that not many people want to use it.