Samsung’s military-grade Galaxy Tab Active3 has just launched in the US, and this ultra rugged tablet can handle just about anything you throw at it. Featuring Samsung wireless DeX to deliver a PC-like experience while mobile by extending the tablet’s view onto a larger monitor or smart display, Wi-Fi 6 with MIMO connectivity to help workers keep up with digital business through greater data transfer speeds, and a programmable key for instant access to critical business apps. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on review, and additional information.
Sometimes, slimmer is better, especially when it comes to laptops, and with Samsung’s new BLADE BEZEL that’s exactly what you’ll get. With a near bezel-less OLED that gives the laptop a 93% screen-to-body ratio, it also comes equipped with a UPC, or under panel camera that stays hidden when not in use. This means that the laptop itself is around 50% thinner than its LCD counterparts, with the display measuring in at just 1mm thick. Read more for two videos and additional information.
For those who remember the SGH-E700 clamshell mobile phone from 2003 or the SGH-T100 in 2001, these geeky Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro cases may look familiar. Not much detail has been revealed about them except that they’re only available in South Korea until January 31st. The screens on the lids may work and could show time, but more than likely, these are just decals. Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earbuds were unveiled earlier this week at the company’s Unpacked event. Read more for more pictures of the case and a video review of the earbuds.
In addition to the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung also unveiled a new function in One UI 3, the Object Eraser tool. Simply put, it lets you easily remove people from the background of just about any photo. After capturing the image, just tap on the people you want to remove, and then AI takes over to remove the objects. Think of this as Adobe Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill tool, but on a smartphone. Read more for a short video demonstration.
After months of anticipation, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has officially been unveiled, and it was worth the wait to say the least. Starting off, it features a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O display that automatically adjusts the refresh rate to the content you’re viewing from 10Hz to 120Hz and the company’s most advanced pro-grade camera system that includes an upgraded 108MP pro sensor, from which you can capture 12-bit HDR photos with 64 times richer color data. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on unboxing, additional pictures and information.
We have seen the future of home robotics, and it includes Samsung’s all-new Bot Handy. Unlike current home robots, this one will rely on advanced artificial intelligence algorithms to recognize and pick up objects of varying sizes, shapes and weights, becoming a helper around the house. This means that it can tell the difference between the material composition of various objects, enabling it to utilize just the right amount of force to grab and move around household objects. Read more for the video from CES 2021 and additional information.
The all-new Samsung Digital Cockpit is basically a high-tech showroom for cars, and this year, it was designed with a focus on simplifying communication while delivering fun on-the-go experiences. Featuring a 49-inch QLED display, complete with an immersive sound system, that enables users to enjoy a customized entertainment experience over 5G technology. The system supports video conferencing, and includes built-in tools for editing video clips. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Samsung is set to introduce a new display technology with their Neo QLED 8K (QN900A) and 4K (QN90A) models. The new light source, Quantum Mini LED, is precisely controlled by Quantum Matrix Technology and Neo Quantum Processor. Rather than use a lens to disperse light and a package to fix the LED in place, the Quantum Mini LED boasts thin micro layers filled with more LEDs. This means the Quantum Matrix Technology is capable of ultra-fine and precise control of the densely packed LEDs to prevent blooming. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
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The official Samsung Unpacked event is set to take place on January 14th, but many details about their upcoming handsets have already leaked, including the Galaxy Note 21 Ultra 5G. Using this information, graphic designer Giuseppe Spinelli has created a render of what the final device should look like. Rumored features include a 6.9-inch AMOLED display with an adaptive 120 Hertz refresh rate and possibly a 40-megapixel front-facing selfie camera. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (Unlocked LTE) means you can leave your smartphone behind, while still getting all notifications, and you can get one for $349.58 shipped, today only, originally $479.99. In addition to cellular connectivity, it boasts advanced health monitoring features, including blood pressure / ECG monitoring as well as other fitness and wellness capabilities, including blood oxygen (SPO2) tracking, home training programs, sleep management, etc. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.