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Classically-trained pianist Myleene Klass spread Christmas cheer at London’s Spitalfields Market using the world’s first upright piano that’s made entirely out of Samsung tablets. This piano is made with over 100 of the company’s latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab S2, and in proved to perform quite well under the able hands of Myleene Klass. “The Samsung Tab S2 piano is a real first and nothing like I’ve ever played before,” she said.
Vice President of IT & Mobile at Samsung Electronics UK & Ireland Conor Pierce extolled the virtues of the Galaxy Tab S2, saying that it’s a tablet designed for those who want an ultra-slim tablet that helps them explore new content wherever they might be, even if in the middle of the bustling Spitalfields market in London. It’s a pretty interesting way to promote its latest tablet, passers-by would have certainly doubled back to see the contraption, and perhaps it may even have convinced some of them to give Samsung’s new tablet a chance.
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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 has just announced that they have added support for eight more credit and debit card issuers including Chase and SunTrust to Samsung Pay. The payment service will now support Chase Visa® credit, debit and Liquid® cards, Citizens Equity First Credit Union, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union, Security Service Federal Credit Union, State Employees’ Credit Union, SunTrust and Virginia Credit Union.
As an added bonus, the mobile payment service will also support Navy Federal Credit Union Visa® credit and debit cards, which means that owners of these cards will be able to perform transactions without using actual physical cards as some latest smartphones from Samsung can mimic the payment through MST or NFC.
The purpose of Samsung Pay is to basically make things as easy as possible, which is why it’s important that it supports as many credit and debit card issuers as possible. Here’s what Injong Rhee, EVP of Samsung Electronics, Global Head of Samsung Pay had to say about the matter:
With expanded support from eight additional issuers, including Chase and SunTrust, we look forward to building even more momentum around Samsung Pay
With the addition of these new cards, Samsung Pay is expected to increase its influence in the US. The mobile payment service is already expected to launch in China, Spain and the UK, which will further increase its reach. What’s more is that Samsung could be adding Samsung Pay support to other devices other than their own, which would greatly affect its impact.
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Are you sick of disappointing low light photos taken on your smartphone? Samsung might have a solution for you. At an investor conference in Korea, the telecommunications brand announced a new camera called BRITECELL that excels in darker conditions. The camera manages to achieve brighter, sharper results by getting rid of the traditional Bayer filter layout used in most smartphone cameras. This is a filter that turns pixels green and blocks light from hitting the sensors, making photos darker. Samsung has traded these green pixels for white ones that allow more light to pour through the lens. More light means brighter photos. Simple, right?