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Galaxy Note 7 Rumored to Have Dual Lens Camera
Rumors of the enormous spec bump of the Galaxy Note 7 (not the Note 6) Edge have already included the legendary tech of having a Dual Lens Camera as the primary shooter. Is this the feature that would leave the iPhone 7 in the dust?
The name for the next Samsung Note is yet to be discovered. It might the the Galaxy Note 6 or the Note 7 or event a Note 7 Edge. For the many rumored specs on this thing, it\’s hard to overlook the hype it created for itself. A possible 6Gb of RAM, iris authentication, a bigger battery pack, a Snapdragon 823 CPU, up to 256Gb of internal storage, USB Type-C connectivity and water resistance.
But the dual lens camera feature could be the one that dethrones the iPhone from the camera department\’s first place. Samsung have been preparing a lot for this technology given the amount of research they put on every flagship device they have released so far this year. This is the same lens setup as the LG G5 and the Huawei P9. Given that Samsung spares no cost to give it all the best for its primary phablet, the software is expected to be better than the competitors.
The camera module should be developed in-house by a component subsidiary of Samsung, the Samsung Electro-Mechanics squeezing out the absolute best from the 12 megapixels. Is it over now for the iPhone or will the execution fail for Samsung yet again this year?
Galaxy Note 6 Name is Getting Skipped for a Note 7
We had the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Active. Its Galaxy Note counterpart is the Note 5. This year, the S7, S7 Edge and S7 Active will have a Note 7 instead of a Note 6. Why?
Yes, the next Samsung flagship phablet will be called the Galaxy Note 7. This monstrous device will sport a dual-edge display, according to a Korean carrier to an ET News interview. Last year, Samsung had the same debate if the Galaxy S6 will be released with a Galaxy Note 5. Unless users would OCD protests about this huge decision, this may be founded on something substantial.
Samsung’s strategy is to streamline and simplify. Skip the Note 6 name in order to sync up the naming convention for S lineup. This makes sense if you try to release an S7, then you would have to release a Galaxy Note 7 alongside it, avoiding confusion as to what generation the device is currently in.
This will just be a naming change, not necessarily a device upgrade. The rumored features of the Galaxy Note 6 will now be inside the Note 7. Another good reason to stick with the number 7 since Samsung’s biggest competitor, Apple, will release the iPhone 7 officially on September.
Galaxy Tab Iris now has Iris Recognition Tech
Samsung’s new iris recognition hardware will not be debuting with the release of the high end Samsung Galaxy Note 6 but instead to an entry level tablet for India, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris.
This is a humble 7-inch tablet with considerably low specs for enterprise and government use, with integration of various local identification, banking, finance, education and citizen services.
The dual-eye scanner of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris helps reduce the hassle of dealing with paper work for payment applications. By using the device together with the Aadhar number of the user, the Iris can add a layer of extra security for banking services. Apart from that, with UIDAI compliance, this entry level tablet is greatly useful in enrollment programs.
All sounds cool but with a 1,024 x 600 display resolution, an old Android 5.0 Lollipop OS, an 8GB internal storage space, 1.5GB RAM, a 5MP rear-facing camera, and 3,600 mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris\’ only selling point is the iris scanner.
The “sleek, compact tablet with a robust design”, faux leather behind, massive display bezels and rounded corners isn’t particularly cheap either, setting you the government, companies and banks just $200.
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Galaxy Note 6 Will Get 6Gb of RAM
The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is destined to become more powerful than the flagship smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Like the Note 5 being bulkier in specs than the older S6. The common denominator – more RAM.
The South Korean smartphone giant, Samsung, announced at a Mobile Solutions Forum in China about its 6Gb DRAM chip. Although some phone models like the LeEco Le Max 2 already have bigger memory, Samsung’s architecture surrounds the 10nm form factor of the DRAM chip. This means it’s more efficient than most of its competitors.
Despite of this news and announcement, the magic 6Gb of DRAM will not necessarily come to the Galaxy Note 6. However, there’s a good chance that it will. Just take the Galaxy Note 5 being more powerful than it’s smartphone counterpart, the Samsung Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have 4Gb of RAM, this announcement is timely for the Note 6’s announcement on mid-August.
If this proves to be true, as what the rumors says, then the next Note would have a 5.8-inch QHD screen, a 2.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon 823 processor and a massive 4200mAh battery. This means if you find the Galaxy S7 still lacks the power that you need out of it, then the phablet cousin could be the one for you.
Samsung’s new Galaxy TabPro S went official at CES as a “premium Windows 10 tablet”, and it looks like the pricing for the tablet-cum-laptop will be as premium as the device itself. According to All About Samsung, the Galaxy TabPro S will start at 999 Euro over in Germany for the base Wi-Fi model that runs Windows 10 Home. The Windows 10 Pro version will cost 100 Euro more, and the LTE version with Windows 10 Pro will set consumers back by 1199 Euro.
That is pretty insane pricing, especially when compared to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 (or even the new Surface Pro 4). We guess the decision would boil down to whether a Super AMOLED display is higher on your list of must haves than the full-fledged desktop processor (a Core i5 or i7) on the Surface. There’s an SSD inside both devices, so performance won’t be an issue for most users, but we still think the TabPro S needs to be better priced to be a good deal. There’s also the MacBook Air the Galaxy TabPro S will have to contend with, as Apple’s cheapest laptop continues to be a great option for its price tag.
Of course, consumers decide what they want to do with their money, and the Galaxy TabPro S is a nice Windows 10 hybrid for those looking to buy one. The Galaxy TabPro S will go on sale in February, and we will have to wait and see how Samsung prices it in different markets. Head over to the source link to check out All About Samsung’s hands-on of the TabPro S, and let us know what you think of the device!
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S pricing starts at 999 Euro in Germany
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If you’re in the market for a new tablet this holiday season then Samsung wants you to consider the Galaxy Tab S2, its new ad for the holidays puts the spotlight on this tablet. The ad shows a little girl who just won’t stop asking her parents when Santa is coming with all the presents, this goes on for quite a bit before the father starts reading her a Christmas story while they wait on the Galaxy Tab S2.
“If it’s waiting time, it’s Tab time,” says Samsung, while giving us a good look at the Galaxy Tab S2 in the ad. This is Samsung’s thinnest tablet yet, available in 9.7-inch and 8.0-inch sizes, the tablet features a 4:3 aspect ratio 2048×1536 pixel resolution display and is powered by the Exynos 5433 processor. It features 3GB RAM, 8-megapixel rear and 2.1-megapixel front camera as well as 32GB and 64GB storage options. The tablet will most likely be available for discounted prices over the holiday season so check with your favorite retailer to get this tablet at the best possible price.
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Samsung’s Galaxy S and Note smartphones
Samsung’s Galaxy S and Note smartphones usually get the most fuss, but it’s arguably the Galaxy A series that matters most. These are the affordable phones that you’re more likely to see in some parts of the world, and they’re what keep the company going. It’s a big deal, then, that Samsung just launched 2016 upgrades to the entire Galaxy A line. The 4.7-inch A3, 5.2-inch A5 and 5.5-inch are all sleeker than their ancestors, with narrower bezels and other cues clearly borrowed from the Galaxy S6. However, the real selling point may be shopping. Both the A5 and A7 are the company’s first non-flagships to support Samsung Pay — you no longer need to splurge just to use a Galaxy phone in place of your credit card.
Not that they’re slouches otherwise.
All of them have sharper displays (720p on the A3, 1080p on the A5 and A7), faster processors (1.5GHz quad-core and 1.6GHz octa-core) and higher-capacity batteries. You’ll also find optical image stabilization on the 13-megapixel cameras for the two higher-end models, although little has changed for the 5-megapixel front shooters. And yes, despite the trend among higher-end Samsung handsets, they still have microSD card slots to expand their built-in 16GB of storage.
China gets first crack at the new Galaxy A series in mid-December, and you’ll see the line spread to other countries after that. That’s unfortunate if you want to pick up a Galaxy A before the year is out, but it makes sense given Samsung’s recent troubles. On top of its lackluster high-end sales, it’s being squeezed at the low end by Chinese rivals like Huawei and Xiaomi, which offer feature-packed phones for very little cash. Samsung needs these new budget models if it wants to bounce back in the country.
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Has been rumored to be working on a foldable display and a recent patent gives us a whole new concept which is the idea of a scrollable device. Such a device would have two states: a rolled state and an unrolled state. In the first state you would basically have a tube-like device which would give you the ability to pull using a small handle, thus revealing a large display. This would definitely prove pretty useful because you could easily carry the scroll around in your pocket and only pull the screen out when you need it.
An interesting feature
An interesting Feature of this design is the handle that you use to pull the screen out, which is called a tab. The tab is a mobile part of the scroll and it can either be put up or down on the tube, the latter unveiling your notifications in an elegant manner.
Another way of opening this gadget would be to press a certain icon on the side then when you pull the display out, it would open that exact app.
Another notable patent that Samsung submitted recently is the tab style smartphone which is a device resembling a book. This gadget would basically fold in half with a tab attached on the side with various apps so you would quickly open apps similar to what the previous scroll concept used.
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Samsung’s Gear VR
The consumer version of Samsung’s Gear VR headset is out now and at $99 it’s priced well within reach of the average consumer. Initial response appears to have been great as both Amazon and Best Buy have sold out of inventory right now, though it’s still possible to purchase a unit from Samsung’s website. The company has released a new ad for the Gear VR which demonstrates just how easy the headset makes it to experience content in virtual reality.
This ad is part of Samsung’s “It’s Not a Phone, It’s a Galaxy” series, even with the Gear VR it won’t miss an opportunity to take a swing at Apple. It shows how easy the process is. Just push in the headset, only the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy S6 edge, the Galaxy S6 edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5 are supported, snap on the cover and you’re good to go. It really is that easy. There’s already quite a bit of content available for the Gear VR with Samsung working hard to add more. At $99 this really does make for a very interesting Christmas gift.