samsung galaxy m01: Samsung Galaxy M01 with 4000mAh battery gets FCC certification

samsung galaxy m01: Samsung Galaxy M01 with 4000mAh battery gets FCC certification

samsung galaxy m01: Samsung Galaxy M01 with 4000mAh battery gets FCC certification

South Korean mobile brand Samsung is reportedly working on a new M-series phone called the Galaxy M01. The smartphone was spotted on FCC certification website recently. As per the listing, the handset will come equipped with a 4000mAh battery among other features.

The listing was first reported by SamMobile. The report says that Samsung Galaxy M01 is another variant of Samsung Galaxy A01. According to the FCC listing, battery capacity is the key difference between the two handsets. While the Galaxy A01 packs a 3000mAh battery, the Galaxy M01 will be equipped with a 4000mAh battery, it says.

Likely specs

Samsung Galaxy M01 was listed under the model number SM-M015G/DS. The upcoming phone may feature a 5.7-inch HD+ TFT screen. The display may have a V-shaped notch at the top housing the front camera. It is likely to be a dual SIM phone that may run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 processor. The smartphone is said to come with Samsung One UI 2.0 based on the latest Android 10 operating system.

On the camera front, the handset is said to offer a dual camera setup at the back. This may comprise of a 13MP primary camera and a 2MP secondary camera. The handset may come in two RAM models- 2GB and 3GB. It may pack 16GB onboard storage and may feature a microSD card for more storage.

For selfies, Samsung Galaxy M01 may have a 5MP camera at the front. Connectivity features may include GPS, 4G LTE (Band 1/3/5/8/40/41), single-band Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, microUSB 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The handset may skip the fingerprint sensor. Instead, it may offer face unlock for security.

Samsung Galaxy Buds update brings connectivity issues along with new features - Gadgets News

Samsung Galaxy Buds update brings connectivity issues along with new features – Gadgets News

Samsung recently started rolling out a new software update for its first-generation Galaxy Buds that was touted as the major update for the device and brings several new features from Galaxy Buds+ such as Swift Pair, Ambient sound, etc to the device. However, it seems that the latest update has started creating problems for several users.

According to the report by SamMobile, several users have started posting on social media and Samsung’s official forum about the connectivity issues after the update, irresponsive gesture controls, unstable ambient sound mode. In contrast, some users have reported inconsistency in sound output as well. Some users have even reported about the complete failure of the left earbud after the update.

The entire problem is a part of the recently released firmware build R170XXU0ATD2 for Galaxy Buds with which Samsung was planning to bring some latest and greatest Buds+ feature to old devices. However, Samsung, as of now, has not commented anything about this issue or the reason behind it. But as we know, the entire chaos has happened because of the latest software update. Another software patch might fix them.

For those unaware, Samsung rolled out the update two days back that brings features like Microsoft Swift pairing, improved ambient sound mode and ability to resume the playback from the popular music apps.

Among others, the ambient sound was the most touted feature that now allows Galaxy Buds users complete control over how they want to tune in and out the ambient sound. Also, the function now automatically turns on, unlike the previous update where users have to do it manually using the companion app.

Samsung Galaxy Buds update brings connectivity issues along with new features

Samsung Galaxy Buds update brings connectivity issues along with new features

Samsung recently started rolling out a new software update for its first-generation Galaxy Buds that was touted as the major update for the device and brings several new features from Galaxy Buds+ such as Swift Pair, Ambient sound, etc to the device. However, it seems that the latest update has started creating problems for several users.

According to the report by SamMobile, several users have started posting on social media and Samsung’s official forum about the connectivity issues after the update, irresponsive gesture controls, unstable ambient sound mode. In contrast, some users have reported inconsistency in sound output as well. Some users have even reported about the complete failure of the left earbud after the update.

The entire problem is a part of the recently released firmware build R170XXU0ATD2 for Galaxy Buds with which Samsung was planning to bring some latest and greatest Buds+ feature to old devices. However, Samsung, as of now, has not commented anything about this issue or the reason behind it. But as we know, the entire chaos has happened because of the latest software update. Another software patch might fix them.

For those unaware, Samsung rolled out the update two days back that brings features like Microsoft Swift pairing, improved ambient sound mode and ability to resume the playback from the popular music apps.

Among others, the ambient sound was the most touted feature that now allows Galaxy Buds users complete control over how they want to tune in and out the ambient sound. Also, the function now automatically turns on, unlike the previous update where users have to do it manually using the companion app.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 to feature Exynos 992 chipset: Report

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Galaxy Note 20 to feature Exynos 992 chipset.

South Korean tech giant Samsung is reportedly working on an improved Exynos 992 chipset for Galaxy Note 20 series flagship smartphones. The upcoming Exynos 992 chipset is expected to have more power-efficient design and could come with improved processing performance compared to the current Exynos 990 SoC. The performance is also speculated to be 1-3 per cent higher than the Snapdragon 865, reports GizmoChina.

Meanwhile, owing to to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SD865+ SoC has been delayed, and it won’t be available in time for the Galaxy Note 20 series. The Galaxy S20-series phones sold outside of South Korea, the US and China are powered by the Exynos 990 and they faced user backlash when they were found to have increased power consumption compared to the Snapdragon versions.

Samsung may launch three Galaxy Note models this year — Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20+ and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

The smartphones may have 120Hz refresh rate, up to 16GB RAM and 512GB of internal storage. The top-end model in the lineup is expected come with 5,000mAh battery.

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Samsung may launch Galaxy Buds+ in 'Deep Blue' colour soon - Latest News

Samsung may launch Galaxy Buds+ in ‘Deep Blue’ colour soon – Latest News

Just a month after Samsung launched a new colour variant of its latest wireless earbuds and Apple AirPods rival, it seems that the South Korean tech giant is gearing up to launch a new colour model of the Galaxy Buds+.

A report by XDA Developers claims that ‘Deep Blue’ colour variant animations have been spotted in version 1.7.47-22 of the SmartThings app. The report, however, suggests that since the animations are from the 3D video renders, the actual colour may be little different.

Last month, the company launched Galaxy Buds+ in Red colour in the US, but that didn’t reach India.

Apart from the colour, there is no difference in the new Galaxy Buds+ as compared to the ones that were launched along with the Samsung Galaxy S20 series in February.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ specs
The Galaxy Buds+ sports the same design as the first generation Galaxy Buds, however, are said to house a slightly bigger battery of 85mAh and claim 11 hours of playback battery time. Also, the case — that houses a 270mAh battery — claims to offer another 11 hours of battery life for charging the earphones.

The charging case can be charged using a USB Type-C cable that comes in the box. The Galaxy Buds+ connect to smartphones via Bluetooth 5.0. Just like most other wireless headphones, the Galaxy Buds+ too come with sensors like proximity, accelerometer and more. The Galaxy Buds+ support all popular audio codec including SPC, AAC and more.

There is a Buds+ app available on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store that users may need to download for additional features.