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Landon A

    I am a United States-based Samsung enthusiast that is passionate about both writing and Samsung. What better a place to exhibit both passions at once?

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    The Roku Channel will be coming to Samsung Smart TVs this summer

    In the past year, Samsung has been doing quite a bit to improve their Smart TV experience. We’ve seen various apps being added such as ESPN and Freeform, Amazon Prime Music, YouTube TV, and Starz to name a few. We’ve also seen the addition of Bixby into select 2018 Smart TV models. The buck does not stop […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Samsung highlights Galaxy S9 cases in new promotional video

    Your brand new, shiny, slippery Galaxy S9 is in. So, what’s the next step one might ask? Slap a case on it, ASAP, or pick up one of the best Galaxy S9 screen protectors available right now. I’m sure everyone from across the globe, iPhone and Samsung users alike can admire the award-winning design of the […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Some T-Mobile customers will receive their Galaxy S9 today

    The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are officially here, therefore the hype has died down a bit. Nonetheless, customer excitement is still brewing as they have yet to receive their units. Multiple T-Mobile customers on Reddit, including myself, have confirmed the destined arrival of their Galaxy S9 today. Historically, T-Mobile has always been on top of shipping […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    ‘The Wall’ 146-inch modular MicroLED TV goes on sale this August

    Two months ago at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung unveiled an enormous 146-inch television. The world’s first modular MicroLED television set was dubbed The Wall as it is literally the size of one. The LEDs are comprised of self-emitting micrometer scale LEDs that are much smaller than the typical LEDs used for TVs. […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Galaxy S9+ fingerprint sensor placement may be too low for some

    The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are finally here, and with them come newly positioned fingerprint sensors. This was one of the most complained about design flaws on the 2017 flagships, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8. My explanation for the reasoning behind the exorbitant amount of complaints stems from the fact that the […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Here are the regions where the Exynos and Snapdragon Galaxy S9 will be launched

    After a mere six months since the last flagship announcement from Samsung, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are finally here. In case you’ve missed the extensive flooding of information, here is the glorious official spec sheet for the S9 duo. If you consider yourself a Samsung fanatic, then you already know that Samsung releases […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Samsung Display and Universal Display Corporation extend OLED partnership

    Samsung has been using OLED displays in its products for quite some time now and is also one of the biggest suppliers of OLED panels in the market. It sources phosphorescent OLED materials and technology from a company called Universal Display, they’re the building blocks for its OLED products. Samsung and Universal Display Corporation have […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Rumored Galaxy S10 specifications include AI chip and bigger battery

    Almost two weeks before the scheduled launch of the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+, purported specs of Samsung’s 2019 S-series flagship have surfaced in a new rumor out of China. The individual that has provided this information has been correct on multiple accounts in the past. Nonetheless, since it’s still way too early to be […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Samsung to hire 1000 engineers for three R&D centers in India

    As you may or may not know, Samsung spends a considerable amount of money on research and development every year. With the way tech is shaping up these days, one can only expect an increase in the efforts applied to this extremely pertinent portion of the business. Last year we saw Samsung India hire 800 […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Samsung continues support of open source network solutions by joining LFN

    Samsung has joined the Linux Foundation Networking Fund (LFN) as a Platinum Member. What this means is that Samsung will now be contributing its resources toward the advancement of a new open source networking community. The LFN is an organization that proactively governs projects with hopes to enhance and accelerate the process of commercializing open […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Will Samsung claim this year’s Super Bowl TV crown?

    As we approach the all mighty Super Bowl weekend in the United States, one major question looms. Which TV will you be watching the Super Bowl 52 on? This time of year in the United States, electronics stores see a surge in television sales because consumers want to enjoy the largest American sporting event on […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge January 2018 security update released in China

    Samsung seems to be moving quickly with the January 2018 security patch, as we have now seen three days in a row of its release to compatible handsets. Early on in the month, we saw low-end devices like the Galaxy J1 mini Prime and mid-range devices like the Galaxy A5 (2017) receive the patch. The […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Samsung releases full feature video tour of the Notebook 7 Spin (2018)

    Two weeks ago Samsung announced the launch of a new notebook, and just this past weekend Samsung showcased the new hardware at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Notebook 7 Spin (2018) has pretty much everything you’d expect from a mid-range notebook, but Samsung wants to, at the same time, reiterate and enlighten us […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    My long-term experience with Bixby: The sky’s the limit

    After seven seemingly long months with Samsung’s coveted personal assistant, Bixby, it is safe to say that I have a pretty solid gauge as to its abilities and disabilities. This post will take a deep dive into my long-term experience integrating Bixby into my everyday life. When Bixby was first announced and showcased at the […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago

    Samsung’s AI chips will reportedly be more advanced than Apple’s

    Samsung has been working diligently to develop AI chips, formally known as Neural Processing Units, since the second half of last year. Rival companies including Apple and Huawei have already released handsets with NPUs so it’s only a matter of time before Samsung throws its hat in the ring as well. Improved artificial intelligence is on […]

    • By Landon A
    • 5 years ago
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