Samsung’s UH750 28″ QLED 4K Display blends quantum dots with 1 billion shades of color to present images vividly and accurately, all for $349 shipped, today only, originally $499.99. Samsung’s Picture-by-Picture capabilities let you connect to two different devices at the same time while still maintaining the original image quality. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Before the Galaxy tablets of today, there was the $5,000 Samsung PenMaster from 1992. The device featured a sleek case, or at least for that time, and was based around an Intel i386SL CPU processor. One other interesting fact is that a re-bodied version was sold as the GRiDPad SL. It ran Microsoft’s newly released Windows for Pen Computing operating system, while the touchscreen relies on a chipset by Wacom, paired with a battery-powered pen. Read More of two more in-action videos and additional information.
Whether Samsung’s new foldable phone will be called the Galaxy X or Galaxy F, nobody really knows yet, but one thing’s for sure, at least one device with the company’s new Infinity Flex Display is coming. If you missed the official unveiling, this foldable smartphone will automatically transfer the screen’s contents in the folded-up “closed” position to the “open” position. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Samsung’s Justin Denison unveiled the company’s prototype folding smartphone at the developer conference yesterday, and despite being heavily disguised, it was easy to see that the device could open to reveal a 7.3-inch display, perfect for entertainment options. This was made possible due to an Infinity Flex Display that folds from a 5-inch LCD to a 7.3-inch flexible OLED panel. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Samsung officially unveiled its “Infinity Flex Display” today on a smartphone-like device that can be unfolded. The device itself was housed in a larger case to “obscure the form factor,” but as you can see, there’s a standard outer display on the front, but when unfolded, a large 7.3″ display on the inside is revealed. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Samsung’s 256GB EVO Select MicroSDXC with Adapter is great for mobile devices, including action cameras, smartphones, tablets, game consoles (Nintendo Switch) and more, all for $59.99 shipped, today only, originally $69.99. Whether you are a power user or simply want to expand your device memory, this microSD card gives you the advantage of ultra-fast read & write speeds of up to 100MB/s & 90MB/s. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.
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Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports that Samsung’s upcming Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus models will feature curved OLED displays with “almost no bezel” and an embedded fingerprint sensor. That’s right, there won’t be a notch notch, and the front camera is going to be concealed underneath the screen. There will reportedly be a budget S10 that’ won’t boast the curved ‘edge’ screen, but retain the in-display fingerprint sensor “depending on costs”. Continue reading for another video, one more picture and additional information.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will most likely be revealed in 2019 at Mobile World Congress, which takes place from February 25-28. One thing you can look forward to is a notch-less 5.8-inch or 6.2-inch display, thanks to the embedded sensors and cameras. You’ll also find a triple-lens rear camera setup as well as a 3D sensor for augmented reality content. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Samsung has launched its latest smartphone, the Galaxy A9, which features the world’s first rear camera with four lenses. Each one of these four lenses serve a specific purpose, as there’s a 120° wide-angle lens for landscapes, a telephoto lens to capture portraits, the main 24MP lens, and a separate depth camera for calculating distances between foreground / background. Other features include: a 6.3″ Full HD+ display, 128GB of internal storage with microSD expansion, 6GB of RAM, and last, but not least, a 3.5mm headphone jack. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and information.
Designed by BKID co, the Samsung Balance Mouse works like any other computer peripheral during the day, but when it’s not in use, simply pop it out of its shell, and transform the device into a robotic mouse. There’s no confirmation on if it boasts autonomous navigation, but we’re sure when it’s paired with an app, you’ll be able to have it at least perform a few simple tricks. Continue reading for more pictures and information.