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Yes, you’ve read that right. Consumers here in the Philippines will finally be able to experience Samsung’s re-designed Galaxy Fold. Details aren’t here yet, but one thing is for sure, it’s coming. As you all remember, the Galaxy Fold went through some hurdles after a couple of durability issues surfaced, so the Company decided to take if off the market temporarily to make the necessary changes to the design. On its relaunch, the device finally received quite the positive reaction it hoped for, and was sold out in various countries. Galaxy Fold offers a multitude of user experiences. View the essentials on its 4.6″ Super AMOLED cover display, and when opened, enjoy next-level multi-tasking, watching videos, playing games, and more, all on its 7.3″ Infinity Flex Display. It also transforms the way you capture, share, and edit mobile content. With App Continuity, you can shoot a video when its closed, and…

Samsung introduced its Ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10 series, which promised improved security with faster response time. It was impeccable, until now. A report states that certain gel-cover style screen protectors can actually “confuse” the sensor, and that when a user registers their fingerprint with the protector on, the phone can then be unlocked by anyone’s fingerprint. Apparently, this issue extends to the Galaxy Note 10/10+ as well, which isn’t a surprise, since these basically use the same sensors. Now, Samsung has issued an official statement about the issue, and has promised a software patch to address the problem. SAMSUNG’s OFFICIAL STATEMENT: Regarding recent reports of a fingerprint recognition issue affecting certain Galaxy devices, we would like to inform our customers of the following information. This issue involved ultrasonic fingerprint sensors unlocking devices after recognizing 3-dimensional patterns appearing on certain silicone screen protecting cases as users’ fingerprints. To…

Announced before the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 series, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is finally available in stores nationwide, offering its full suite of health-tracking and connectivity features to on-the-go users. Galaxy Watch Active2 is available in 40mm and 44mm variants in lightweight aluminium and solid stainless steel. Its watch face can also be tailored based on a color extraction algorithm to match its user’s style. Thanks to its upgraded digital touch bezel and the updated OneUI, navigation has never been easier. The device automatically detects fitness activities – including workouts such as running, walking, cycling, swimming, rowing machine, eliptical machine, and dynamic workout. Its updated Running Coach also gives fitness insights in real-time. Galaxy Watch Active2 comes with the sleep and meditation app Calm, which offers improved sleep analysis and suggestions for stress relief. all while delivering unlimited access to guided meditation programs. Integration with Spotify…

The Galaxy Note 10 is a very powerful tool for unleashing your creativity, thanks to its numerous features. Now, Samsung has announced that Galaxy S10 series users (Galaxy S10, S10 5G, S10+, S10e) will soon be able to enjoy some of these features, thanks to an upcoming software update. Once updated, users of these devices should notice improvements to the pro-grade camera, which includes Night Mode for the front camera, offering users more flexibility in snapping vivid photos in low-light. It also introduces Super Steady Video Stabilization, and support for AR Doodle and Live Focus video recording. The former allows users to have fun with drawings and messages via AR, and the latter lets them apply various bokeh effects to videos recording using either the front or rear camera. The Gallery-app will also have a video editor that offers all the tools users will need to create a video worth…

Samsung Electronics SEA and Oceania has partnered with the elading eCommerce platform Lazada to bring the best deals to its customers at this year’s 24-hour Super Brand Day shopping event! Shoppers in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines will be able to join their friends in Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam to experience the fun and deals this year, starting from midnight of September 27, 2019. Activities include the creating of Space by Samsung, a bespoke invitation-only venue for content creators to experience the brand’s products. Online influencers will be able to film unboxings and product demos as well as share their experience with fans. There’s also an SG Landmark Art Challenge where influencers will be tasked to draw the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at Jewel Changi Airport using the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, a Bokeh Challenge using the Galaxy S10+, a Food Porn Challenge using the Galaxy Note 10, and more.…

Ahead of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy A70s, its specs were leaked via the Chinese TENAA listing. The new A-series device was also spotted on the support site of Samsung India. The TENAA listing details that the Galaxy A70s will have a 4400mAh battery instead of the initially reported 5000mAh battery. The Galaxy A70s also features a 6.7-inch display and stands in at 164.2×76.7×7.9mm which is identical to the base Galaxy A70. It is also expected to share the same CPU as the Galaxy A70, that being the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675. Despite the similar dimensions and battery pack to the base A70, the A70s is expected to be the first device featuring the 64MP ISOCELL Bright GM1 sensor. This is the biggest upgrade from the Galaxy A70 which packed a 32MP main sensor. The Galaxy A70s is expected to launch between the end of the month and early October…

Samsung Philippines has been giving hints about the arrival of a new A-Series device on its Facebook Page, and it’s no other than the recently announced Galaxy A50s, an upgraded version of the popular Galaxy A50. https://www.facebook.com/SamsungPH/videos/486453021914090/ Galaxy A50s sports a triple rear camera system composed of a new 48MP f/2.0 main shooter which works with a 5MP depth sensor and an 8MP ultrawide camera. The snapper at the front has also been bumped to 32MP. It back panel boasts a new look that uses triangular patterns and a holographic effect. You still get a 6.4-inch FHD+ Infinity-U Super AMOLED display, an Exynos 9610, up to 6GB of RAM, and a 4,000mAh power pack with 15W fast-charging. The devices comes in four uniquely named colors – Prism Crush Black, Prism Crush White, Prism Crush Green, and Prism Crush Violet. There’s no news as to whether all of these will be…

Following rumors of a 6000mAh battery pack in a new Samsung Galaxy phone, a recent teaser has just confirmed that the device will be part of the Galaxy M-series. The phone was rumored to be the Galaxy M20s. A phone with a model number SM-M207 which was revealed to have a 5,380mAh battery with the EB-BM207ABY product code. Whether or not it is the Galaxy M20s, it can only be assumed but with a teaser out from the company, we can say that the 6000mAh battery is no longer a rumor. The poster goes with the phrase “Get ready to #GoMonster” with the M in monster clearly in blue. There aren’t many other details as far as the specs go. We’ll just have to wait and see for either more rumors to surface or the launch of the device. Source 

Samsung has just unveiled two new additions to its A-series. The Galaxy A50s and A30s benefit from a short but significant list of upgrades. Galaxy A50s packs a triple-camera system that uses a new 48MP f/2.0 main shooter, along with the old 5MP depth sensor and 8MP ultrawide camera. The selfie camera has also been upgraded from 25MP to 32MP. It also boasts a new look for its back panel in the form of triangular patterns along with a holographic effect, and comes in four new colors (with catchy names) – Prism Crush Black, Prism Crush White, Prism Crush Green and Prism Crush Violet. Everything else is the same as the regular A50 – a 6.4-inch FHD+ Infinity-U Super AMOLED display, an Exynos 9610, up to 6GB of RAM, and a 4,000mAh battery with 15W fast-charging. Galaxy A30s on the other hand, also benefits from a new design and a…

Apart from the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, Samsung also launched its newest tablet for the Philippine market, the Galaxy Tab S6. The Galaxy Tab S6 allows people to create and connect, as well as enjoy immersive entertainment on the go. Equipped with a ton of new features and powerful hardware, it allows users to do so much more on any previous tablet. Redesigned S Pen Samsung equipped the S-Pen on the Tab S6 with the same new features as the one on the Note 10 series. That means you get built-in BLE, wireless charging, and remote control features like Air Actions for performing certain in-app actions. It also has the same longevity – up to 10 hours of battery life. Handwritten Samsung Notes  can easily be converted into digital text, which can then be shared via SMS or email or exported to various formats including Microsoft Word. You…

Just a few days after its launch in the US, Samsung Philippines has brought the newest additions to the Galaxy Note lineup to local shores. Welcome the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. The Galaxy Note 10 series boast a new design that’s elegant, premium, and more symmetrical at the same time. Both pack eye-candy Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O displays – 6.3-inches FHD+ for the Note 10, and 6.8-inches WQHD+ for the Note 10+, the largest screen in a Note device to date. Both devices are powered by the Exynos 9825, the Note 10 with 8GB of RAM and the Note 10+ with 12GB. As for storage, you can 256GB on the former, and up to 512GB on the latter. For optics, the Note 10 sticks to a triple rear camera setup, while the Note 10+ has an additional DepthVision camera for better depth sensing and for use in AR applications.…

Apart from the new Note 10 series, Samsung had a couple of surprises up its sleeve at today’s unpacked event in New York City, one of which is the Galaxy Book S. Boasting an extremely slim chassis, and weighing less than a kilogram, this device is designed for those who want a high-performance productivity machine that doesn’t carry the burdens of a traditional laptop design. The Galaxy Book S boasts a 13.3-inch TFT touch display with FHD resolution, and runs on the 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx compute platform which offers up to 40% better CPU performance and up to 80% better GPU performance versus the Galaxy Book 2. It has 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and up to 512GB of storage, expandable using a microSD card. Its battery can last up to 23 hours of continuous video playback in a single charge, and with ultra-fast LTE connectivity, it’s able to achieve…

Today, we take a look at the more premium of the two Galaxy Note 10 devices – The Galaxy Note 10+ sports everything you’ll probably need in a productivity machine, an immersive screen, a powerful 7nm processor, an S-Pen with enhanced features, and more. Specifications Display 6.8″ Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O, 3040 x 1440 HDR10+ Certified Processor Exynos 9825 RAM 12GB Storage 256GB/512GB Rear Camera 16MP Ultra Wide  (f/2.2, 123°) 12MP Wide (f/1.5/f/2.4, 77°) 12MP Telephoto (f/2.1) DepthVision Camera Front Camera 10MP (f/2.2, 80°) OS Samsung OneUI Battery 3,500mAh with 45W Fast Charging S-Pen Battery Up to 10 Hours Stanby Other Features NFC Bluetooth 5 Live Focus Zoom-in Mic Night Mode (Front and Rear) OIS Dual Aperture Live Focus Video Super Steady Video Screen Recorder AR Doodle Air Actions AI-Powered Game Booster Samsung DeX Wireless Power Share Wirless Charging Look and Feel: As Premium as it Gets Straight up, the Galaxy…

For years, the S-Pen has been the bread and butter of Samsung’s Galaxy Note series, and with every iteration, this iconic piece of technology has evolved, not just with its look, but also with regards to what it can do. For the Note 10 and Note 10+, the S-Pen isn’t just for drawing or writing, but is also a tool for expressing yourself in a creative way, as well as performing certain tasks within apps. Here are some of the things that you can do with it. Air Actions The new S-Pen recognizes six new gestures called Air Actions – Swipe Up, Down, Left, Right, Clockwise and Counterclockwise, and you’ll be doing this with the S-Pen away from the device, like a remote control. One good example would be for the Camera up, swipe up and down to switch cameras, swipe left or right to switch modes, and swing clockwise…

Smart Communications, Inc, has just announced that it will start accepting pre-orders for the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ from August 9 to 18, 2019. The devices will be available via Smart’s Signature Plans. As a bonus treat, those who will pre-order within this period will receive up to PhP15,000 worth of Samsung freebies: FREE Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Tab A 8.0”, and Samsung DeX Cable when you get the Note 10+ (512GB), which is a pre-order exclusive. FREE Galaxy Tab A 8.0” when you pre-order the Note 10+ (256GB) FREE Galaxy Buds when you pre-order the Note 10 Smart offers the Galaxy Note 10 series under its Signature Device Plans – giving subscribers a prioritized, worry-free, and in-control postpaid experience. The Galaxy Note 10 series is best paired with Signature Device Plan L. For PhP1,999 per month, you get 15GB data allocation, Unli On-Net Calls,  100…

While the Galaxy Note 10+ is all that great, some consumers just prefer working with a phone that’s slightly more compact, and that’s where the Note 10 comes in. It’s the ideal device for those who want most of the goodies offered by the bigger Note 10+, in a smaller form factor and more affordable pricing. Like its bigger brother, Galaxy Note 10 features a seamless and more symmetrical design. It also has a punch-hole front camera, along with curved glass on the sides. Build-wise, they’re pretty much the same – Premium, Elegant, Excellent. Galaxy Note 10 has a smaller 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O display with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels. Under the hood is the Exynos 9825, backed by 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and yes, still no headphone jack. What it does have is an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. This one retains a triple-cam setup…

At its Unpacked event held at New York City, USA, Samsung finally lifted the curtains off the latest additions to its Note lineup. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ boast a balanced and symmetrical look, along with cutting-edge hardware and innovations designed to deliver “Next Level Power.” Shifting the focus to the Note 10+, this phone is fantastic in almost every way. Its premium design exudes elegance and power, with a glass and metal construction, combined with curved edges. Its 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O display utilizes an edge-to-edge design, and is packed into a smaller body, to the benefit of handling. It also has HDR10+ certification, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHP4K6GdfXE Under the hood is the Exynos 9825, along with 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. True to previous leaks, Samsung has indeed gotten rid of the headphone jack. Like the S10+, it uses an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. The device…

Right before the Note 10 Launch, Samsung announced what we speculate is the chip that could be running the device. The new Exynos 9825 is built on a 7nm  EUV (Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography) process, expected to deliver up to 30% faster transistor performance while using up to 50% less power. The Exynos 9825 utilizes a duo of custom cores, along with two high performance Cortex-A75 and four high efficiency Cortex- A55 cores. It uses the same GPU as the Exynos 9820, the Mali-G76 though this time, with a higher clock speed. It also uses an NPU or Neural Processing Unit in charge of AI-related tasks. It supports 8x carrier aggregation, up to Cat. 20 LTE download speeds (up to 2Gbps) and up to 316Mbps upload speeds. Best of all, it’s 5G-ready. The Exynos 9825 supports, 8K video encoding at 30FPS,  4K at 150FPS, and HDR10+. Devices powered by this chip…