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Anil Ganti

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Poor yields could delay mass production of Samsung’s 3nm parts

Samsung Foundries is likely to face yet another setback after losing Qualcomm’s business to TSMC. A report from Businesspost.kr says that mass production of its 3 nm process node could be delayed due to sub-par yields. It is the first in the industry to use a GAAFET (Gate all around FET), instead of the traditional FINFET […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 9 months ago

Samsung Display repurposes old LCD plant to manufacture OLED panels

Now that Samsung has finally ended its decade-long grouse with OLED smart TVs, demand for OLED panels has shot through the roof. The company had to look at several avenues, including Chinese OEMs and arch-rival LG for them. Samsung Display is doing its part by constantly expanding its OLED production numbers, according to a report […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 9 months ago

Got a Galaxy phone from T-Mobile? You might have unlimited Google Photos backup again

The ability to store unlimited amounts of photos and videos on Google Drive (or Google One) was, and continues to be, a key selling point for Google Pixel devices. Now, non-Pixel owners can get in on the fun, too, but it’s restricted to only T-Mobile in the United States, as pointed out by 9to5google. It will be […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Samsung helps O2 expand its 4G and 5G network in the UK

In the past, Samsung has collaborated with several network providers like Orange to develop new telecommunication infrastructure in various parts of Europe. Now, it has teamed up with Virgin Media to build several new 4G and 5G network towers by leveraging  Virgin Media O2’s Open RAN (Radio Access Network) infrastructure. Field tests showed that Samsung’s new […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Samsung takes the lead in global semiconductor wafer market

Samsung LSI has been under fire of late due to abysmally low yields for its 4 nm process, which resulted in it losing a major customer in Qualcomm. However, Samsung Electronics still managed to output the most semiconductor wafers per month in 2021, according to a new report from Business Korea.  Of the 12 million 200 […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Your Samsung Galaxy smartphone can now unlock more cars from BMW, Kia and Genesis

Ultra-wideband (UWB) chips have been standard across most Samsung flagships for the past year or so. Not only do they help with high-precision object tracking, but can also be used as a digital key to unlock cars. Now Samsung’s Digital Car Key supports a host of new vehicles, according to a report by TizenHelp.  Some of […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Galaxy A73 goes on sale in India with some attractive offers

Samsung opened up pre-reservations for the Galaxy A73 in India some time ago. Those who pre-reserved the smartphone could pick up a pair of Galaxy Buds Live for Rs 499. Now, the smartphone has officially hit shelves in India for a relatively high price, which was somewhat predicted by an earlier leak. The base Galaxy […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

How dangerous is saltwater for my Samsung Galaxy smartphone?

Many Galaxy smartphones can survive a drop in the pool, but surviving a drop in saltwater is an entirely different ballgame.

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

New WhatsApp update adds extra layer of privacy to chats

The latest WhatsApp update for Android and iOS adds another layer of privacy for disappearing chats. Media sent in chats with disappearing messages enabled will not be saved on the phone’s gallery by default (via WABetainfo). Essentially, anyone trying to view media contained in a disappearing chat outside of WhatsApp will be unable to do […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Galaxy S22 sales figures in South Korea to cross 1 million soon despite GOS debacle

The GOS debacle has somewhat scarred Samsung’s reputation in the market, with all of its current-generation devices delisted from Geekbench. Initial reports suggested that it was directly responsible for reduced Galaxy S22 sales in South Korea. However, that doesn’t seem to be the case, if a new report from Korea Herald is to be believed. […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Galaxy M13 5G real-world images showcase an interesting downgrade

Samsung’s Galaxy A, Galaxy M and Galaxy F line of smartphones are often interchangeable, as demonstrated by several release cycles. The Galaxy M13 5G, on the other hand, will breathe some new life into Samsung’s entry-level offerings, according to some real-world images obtained by 9mobiles.  Unlike budget-oriented offerings from Samsung (and several other OEMs), the Galaxy […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Galaxy F13 Geekbench listing confirms imminent launch

Not too long ago, Samsung slyly launched the Galaxy A13 in India, followed by several other markets. Now a rebadged version of the smartphone called the Galaxy F13 could be launched in some markets, according to a Geekbench listing spotted by 91mobiles. According to Geekbench, the Galaxy F13 will pack an Exynos 850 SoC, as confirmed […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Samsung smart TV owners may have to wait a bit longer for Stadia and GeForce Now

Previously, it was revealed that the “Gaming Hub” on Samsung’s upcoming line of smart TVs would be able to run popular cloud gaming services such as Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now. The functionality was slated to roll out soon-ish, with no concrete release date set. Now, we may have to wait a while longer. […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Crossover of a lifetime: Samsung could use LG’s OLED panels in its smart TVs

Late last year, a sketchy-looking rumour said that Samsung was looking at LG as a potential supplier for OLED panels. While that might seem ludicrous initially, it makes sense, given Samsung’s vehement anti-OLED sentiment. Now, yet another report has emerged online that essentially confirms the first one. Sources familiar with the matter have told Korea Herald […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago

Samsung Electronics’ DRAM profits slated to grow by 38% over last year

Samsung Electronics’ DRAM division suffered quite a few setbacks in 2021 due to the chip shortage. After that, the lockdown in China’s Xi’an also had the potential to disrupt some of its facilities. Despite that, it has posted record profits in Q1, 2022. A report by Yonhap says that Samsung Electronics’ DRAM division could bring in 13.89 […]

  • By Anil Ganti
  • 10 months ago
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