Samsung’s next AirPods rival may be called Galaxy BudsX – Latest News

Samsung’s next AirPods rival may be called Galaxy BudsX - Latest News

Samsung’s next AirPods rival may be called Galaxy BudsX – Latest News

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Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 expected to feature 64MP camera - Latest News

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 expected to feature 64MP camera – Latest News

NEW DELHI: South Korean tech giant Samsung is said to be working on the successor of its first foldable smartphone — Galaxy Fold. Likely to be called Galaxy Fold 2, the smartphone is said to come with a cheaper price tag as compared to the Galaxy Fold.

Now a new rumour about the smartphone has surfaced online. As per the tipster, Ross Young, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to come with the triple rear camera setup. He further adds that the rear camera might consist of a 64MP main sensor accordioned by 12MP ultra-wide angle lens and a 12MP telephoto lens. The leak also reveals that the smartphone might offer dual-optical image stabilisation.

Some earlier leaks revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. The device will come with two storage variants — 256GB and 512GB.

It is also expected that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 might come with a bigger secondary screen placed on the front panel. For protection, the Galaxy Fold 2 will offer ultra-thin glass (UTG) with a plastic cover over the glass, claims Young, which “have much better scratch resistance.”

The company is said to offer a punch-hole camera setup along with support for the S-Pen for the successor of the Galaxy Fold. It is also reported that Samsung may launch a 5G as well as 4G variant of the Galaxy Fold 2.

For those unaware, the Galaxy Fold was launched in only one storage variant- the 512GB. It is the company’s most expensive phone having a price tag of $1,980 (Rs 1,54,990 in India).

Recently, Samsung launched Recently, Samsung launched the 2020 edition of its Android Go smartphone J2 Core. The company has priced the device for Rs 6,299 and it comes in three colour options — Blue, Black, and Gold. The smartphone runs ANdoird 8.0 Oreo and is backed by a 2,600 mAh battery. The smartphone comes with a single lens 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front shooter. The device packs 1GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage which can be expanded further by installing a microSD card.

Galaxy J2 Core Launch: Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (2020) launched: Price, specs and more

Galaxy J2 Core Launch: Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (2020) launched: Price, specs and more

South Korean tech giant Samsung has launched a new version of its entry-level smartphone — Galaxy J2 Core — in India. The handset has been listed on Samsung’s online store with the name Galaxy J2 Core (2020) in a single storage variant. To recall, the handset was originally launched in 2018 with 8GB internal storage.

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (2020): Price
The Galaxy J2 Core (2020) smartphone has been priced at Rs 6,299 and in three colour options — Blue, Black and Gold.

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (2020): Specs
In terms of specs, the handset offers a 5-inch qHD PLS TFT LCD display of 540 x 960p resolution. It comes powered by 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos 7570 processor. In terms of storage, users get 16GB ROM, 1GB RAM and a microSD card support of up to 256GB.

Backed by a 2600mAh battery, the Galaxy J2 Core (2020) has a claimed battery life of 14 hours of web browsing over LTE and 15 hours over Wi-Fi.

For imaging duties, the handset offers an 8MP rear camera with f/2.2 aperture and a 5MP front facing camera with f/2.2 aperture.

The handset runs on Android 8.0 Oreo Go edition out of the box, same as the original Galaxy J2 Core.

Connectivity options on the handset include Micro USB 2.0, 3.5mm Stereo, 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz, Bluetooth v4.2. Sensors on board include GPS, Glonass, Beidou.

Meanwhile, last week, Samsung extended the redemption period of offers for those customers who have pre-booked its latest flagship smartphone lineup — Galaxy S20.

The offer was first extended till April 30 and customers who pre-booked the Galaxy S20 could collect and activate their smartphone till April 30, 2020. Now, the same offer has been extended to May 20.

Samsung Galaxy S20+

Samsung Galaxy S20+ Exynos vs Snapdragon battery test (Video)

Samsung Galaxy S20+

The Samsung Galaxy S20+ comes with different processors in different countries, some countries have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and other countries have the Samsung Exynos 990 mobile processor.

We have a video from PhoneBuff comparing the battery life between the Samsung Exynos version of the Galaxy S20+ and the Snapdragon version of the handset.

The handsets were put through the exact same tests and as we can see the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 version of the Galaxy S20+ lasted longer than the handset with Samsung’s own processor.

It is interesting to see that the Snapdragon version of the Galaxy S20+ ended up lasting for almost an hour longer in the whole test.

The battery on the Exynos version latest for 24 hours and 14 minutes and in the Snapdragon version of the handset it lasted for a total of 25 hours and 4 minutes.

Source & Image Credit: Phone Buff

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The latest update adds ambient sound, Windows Swift Pair and more to Galaxy Buds - Latest News

The latest update adds ambient sound, Windows Swift Pair and more to Galaxy Buds – Latest News

Samsung has started rolling out a new update for its first-generation Galaxy Buds. The latest update brings some of the features from the recently launched Galaxy Buds+. Although the significant difference between the original Galaxy Buds and Buds+ is in terms of features and battery life. While battery life is something which can’t be upgraded with the software revision, Samsung is undoubtedly pushing more towards adding features such as ambient sound, Windows 10 Swift pair and more to the original Buds.

Among others, the most noticeable feature is the addition of ambient sound, which allows users to hear their surroundings. The feature is now also supported while using single earbud and gives users complete control over how they want to tune in and out the ambient sound. In addition to this, the feature now automatically turns on, unlike the previous update where users have to do it manually using the companion app.

Samsung is also making it easier to pair the old Galaxy Buds with Windows 10 based PCs running build 1803 and above by adding Microsoft Swift Pair support. This means Windows 10 will automatically detect the Galaxy Buds as soon as it’s turned on. It also enables the multiple pairing feature for Galaxy Buds that allows users to be paired with both PC and mobile devices at the same time and switch between them at their convenience.

In addition to this, Galaxy Buds users can now press and hold one earbud to resume playback from a popular music streaming app. Users can also repeat the same gesture to get the recommended playlist from the app. The new gesture is now available as an additional shortcut under the Galaxy Wearable app which users can choose manually.