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Galaxy Note 10 Exclusive Reveals Samsung’s Surprise Upgrade

Samsung is heavily redesigning the Galaxy Note 10 with some killer tech, but it appeared the company was about to blow the basics. Until now. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept based on leaks

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept based on leaks

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Following news Samsung is pulling 25W fast charging from the Galaxy Note 10 (seemingly because it’s rubbish), popular insider Ice Universe has updated his information to reveal Samsung will actually fit a charger more powerful than 25W. Moreover, I have also been able to verify this myself through a trusted source.

“You should be thinking bigger [not smaller]. That’s all I can say about it right now but expect to be pleasantly surprised and not disappointed when the charging specs are released publicly,” revealed my source.

Similarly, Ice Universe added the image of Superman’s S logo in his update leading many to believe this teases 50-watt charging. While seemingly outlandish (the Galaxy S10 has a 15W charger), this is actually very real with Oppo’s SuperVOOC charger hitting approximately 50W and charging its Find X Lamborghini from 0-100% in just 35 minutes.

Galaxy Note 10 concept render based on leaks

Galaxy Note 10 concept render based on leaks

With this in mind, when Ice Universe notes Samsung’s “battery capacity and charging speed will no longer be Samsung’s weaknesses” and could even be an advantage, 50W is the bar set by the competition.

Furthermore, if Samsung nails this then it could prove to be the cherry on the top. We already know the Galaxy Note 10 will outgun the S10, feature a better camera and Verizon has let the cat out of the bag that the Note will have 5G at launch. So throw ballistic fast charging into the mix and Samsung is going to have a big hit on its hands.

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Samsung Leak Reveals New Foldable Phone, Next-Generation Flagship Smartphone And Tablet

In a teaser video uncovered Friday by Slashleaks, a website specialized in aggregating tech leaks, Samsung’s Vietnamese subsidiary accidentally leaked upcoming mobile devices that the South Korean company plans to unveil later this month including a foldable phone and the next-generation of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10, and Galaxy Tab tablet computer……………

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We Tried The World’s First Folding Phone, & It Actually Works – Nick Statt

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Samsung may be just days away from taking the wraps off its very own foldable smartphone-tablet hybrid, but consumer electronics company Royole has stolen a bit of its thunder with its very own flexible display device. Called the FlexPai, the 7.8-inch hybrid device can fold 180 degrees and transform from a tablet into a phone, albeit a bulky one. At an event in San Francisco this evening, Royole brought out a working version of the FlexPai that we actually got to hold, and the folding feature works as advertised. Granted, it feels miles away in quality from a high-end modern flagship, but it is still the first real foldable device I’ve seen in person, and not just in a concept video or prototype stage…….

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Samsung Pay Comes to Africa, Launching In South Africa – Toby Shapshak

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Samsung Pay, the mobile payment from the world’s largest smartphone maker, has launched in South Africa.

Calling it the first such service in Africa, Samsung has partnered with two of South Africa’s big banks, Absa and Standard Bank through MasterCard and Visa cards.

The system took three years to set up, says Sung Yoon, president and CEO of Samsung Electronics Africa, working with the banks and the regulatory body, the Payments Association of South Africa (Pasa).

Because of the country’s mobile-first nature, he says “acceptance of Samsung Pay at launch in South Africa is much better than 2015 in the US when it launched. People in South Africa understand the technology better today, too, than users in the US did three years ago.”

Samsung Pay uses Galaxy handsets from the world’s largest smartphone maker to make payments using both MST and NFC technology – or tapping your phone on a point-of-sale terminal.

Once the app has been installed and credit cards have been added, people can make a payment just by authenticating themselves in the app – using a Pin code, fingerprint or iris scan.

The security is built on its “defence-grade Samsung Knox security platform and biometric authentication” which it installs on its smartphones.

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Samsung Announces Multi-Billion Dollar Investment in AI, 5G, & More – Paul Hill

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Samsung has announced that it will invest 25 trillion Korean Won, or $22 billion into innovative industries such as artificial intelligence, 5G, automotive electronic parts, and biopharmaceuticals. The firm plans to take this action by making investments into businesses, and will look to deplete the fund over the next three years.

According to the Korean tech giant, the announcement comes after many months of deliberations and review by the management and board of directors of different Samsung companies that plan to make investments. As part of the plan, it will open up its venture incubation programme to external and internal start-up projects and provide software training.

It said it wants to invest in AI because it believes future innovations will be based around the technology, and it said that 5G will power new opportunities in autonomous driving, the Internet of Things (IoT), and robotics. With its investment in AI, it will increase its own capability, increasing the number of researchers to 1,000 across its global AI Centers. On the 5G front, it will invest to become a global player in the advanced markets for 5G chipsets and related devices and equipment.

With regards to the impact the investment will have on IoT, autonomous vehicles, and biopharmaceuticals, Samsung said:

“Samsung aims to become a leader in electronics components for future cars such as system-on-chips for autonomous driving, utilizing its leadership in semiconductors, telecommunications and display technologies.

For biopharmaceuticals, Samsung has seen strong growth from both its contract manufacturing and biosimilar businesses. It will continue to invest heavily in the businesses, including developing and manufacturing biosimilars to combat chronic and difficult-to-cure diseases.”

All-in-all, Samsung expects to create 40,000 new jobs over the next three years, which includes creating 20,000 new jobs on top of previous hiring plans – it said this shows Samsung’s commitment to support youth employment. Alongside direct employment, the investment is expected to help create 700,000 new jobs in related industries and businesses.

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Samsung Suddenly Confirms Galaxy Note 9 Upgrade

In recent weeks, leaks have not been kind to the Galaxy Note 9. Looking to reassure fans, however, Samsung has now confirmed the next generation feature its smartphone will have…

Speaking to The Korea Herald, Gray G. Lee, head of the AI Center Under Samsung Research, revealed the Galaxy Note 9 will be the launch device for Bixby 2.0. This may trigger sneers given the Bixby smart assistant has been widely derided since it launched with the Galaxy S8 last year, but not so fast.

Lee says Bixby 2.0 will be more than just a personal assistant. Instead, it will be an “artificial intelligence platform” which enhances the performance and user experience across the phone. The Assistant itself will also have enhanced natural language processing, improved noise resistance capability and faster response times.

It is also worth noting that, while it has fallen behind Google, Amazon and Apple in the AI wars, Samsung is deadly serious about artificial intelligence.

Lee says Samsung now has a 1,000-strong AI workforce and will consider merger and acquisitions of promising AI businesses. He also revealed Samsung expects to Bixby to be running on 14 million Samsung devices by the end of the year.

And here’s where the Galaxy Note 9 specifically, becomes intriguing…

In a new tweet, ever-mysterious, ever-accurate leaker Ice Universe states “Note9’s UX design and interactive experience are worth the wait. Maybe we can call it Crown UX”. Given Ice Universe has been arguably the Galaxy Note 9’s biggest critic in recent weeks, that’s high praise.

Software has long been Samsung’s Achilles Heel, so this is extremely encouraging. Will it be enough to make-up for disappointing Galaxy Note 9 hardware? The good news is we won’t have to wait long to find out…

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