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Ever experienced the trouble of using a whiteboard in meetings? ever lost your notes or had to take a picture of the board just so you remember what was written on it? ever got lost with what was going on because someone already erased it? Well, the good news is that you don’t have to worry about those things anymore, thanks to Samsung’s digital flip chart, Fl!p. Powered by Tizen OS 3.0, Samsung Fl!p is a 55-inch digital board that’s built with interactivity and collaboration in mind. It replaces the traditional office tools and offers digital engagement, while still giving off the feel of traditional writing. Its eye-candy UHD screen allows users to fully engage in brainstorming, meetings and huddles without interrupting each other. The Fl!p’s wheel-based stand allows it to be easily moved to any location, transforming any area into a huddle room, and giving users a faster and smarter…

Looking for a laptop with the essentials down pat with a full-sized keyboard? Samsung’s three new Windows laptops, the Samsung Notebook 5 and Notebook 3 models might be for you. Both models have a practical build owing to its humble specifications. The Notebook 3 comes with three variants, the first one has a 14″ 720p display while the other two have identical 15.6″ screens with 720p or 1080p resolutions. While their screens are as basic as it can get, the metal body, full-sized keyboard, anti-glare panels, and the option on getting 7th or 8th gen Intel processors give the Notebook 3 and 5 Series’ bump up the value proposition quite a bit. Check out the images and spec sheet of the Samsung Notebook 3 and 5 Series below:     Samsung Notebook 5     Samsung Notebook 3 The Samsung Notebook 3 and 5 will be available first in Korea (in…

Got one of those Samsung flagship phones?  Well, you’d be pleased that Samsung toyed with the Always On Display (AOD) so that you have more excuses to look at that gorgeous screen. While you could always add any image to your Always On Display while displaying the date, time and any notifications,  Samsung thought they’ll make it more awesome by enabling you to install GIFs. Version 3.2.26.4 of the app enables you to set any GIF to  your AOD by opening the GIF in the Gallery app and selecting the overflow menu (…), then tapping “Set as Always on Display image”.  However, GIFs do come in various lengths and if the application detects that what you’ve picked is too long, it’ll prompt you to trim it down. Also, the GIFs only animate once upon locking the display. It then locks to one frame after the GIF cycle is done. The…

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo with model number SM-J720F will be released with dual cameras that can do Live Focus Bokeh shots. Specs have been confirmed like the Bixby feature and removable battery, all thanks to the leaked official manual of the smartphone. The dual camera of the Galaxy J7 Duo will be the same with the Galaxy C7 (2017) –  a 13MP (f/1.7) + 5MP (f/1.9) camera system. The Live Focus Bokeh will be the selling point for this smartphone. In addition to this, the removable battery is also confirmed. This feature cannot be seen on Galaxy J7 and J7 series. The Galaxy J7 Duo will also have Bixby feature. This is the first midranger from Samsung that will be packed with Bixby, Even though it doesn’t have a dedicated Bixby button, the smartphone is expected to have Bixby Home and Reminders. Additional specs are as follows: 16:9 5.5-inch 1280x720px…

Samsung’s Polish website accidentally uploaded a webpage for a smartphone with model number: SM-A605FN/DS. This is most likely the Samsung Galaxy A6+ with Dual Sim capability. The Galaxy A6+ has already been spotted in Geekbench, and is expected to have a Snapdragon 625 and Android Oreo coupled with 4GB RAM. Both the Galaxy A6 and A6+ will be released into three big markets namely: Russia, Europe and the Middle East. The Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ is expected to arrive next week or so. Source

With video games constantly evolving, it’s always a challenge to manufacturers like Samsung as to how to make the experience more and more immersive. Of course, monitors play a big part in this. And while some can’t keep up with the developments. Samsung’ got gamers covered. The tech giant has just launched its 49″ QLED Gaming Monitor, and it looks awesome. This gaming monitor uses a 49-inch super ultra-wide 32:9 curved screen that allows players players to see scenes the way the developers wants them to be seen. It gives you a feeling of being wrapped in the terrain, thanks to its 1800R curved panel. Samsung’s QLED technology makes colors look more stable, and games to appear more realistic thanks to accurate hues and tones. The Curved Gaming Monitor also supports HDR. That means, there’s no need to manually adjust the brightness to see deep shadows and silhouettes in games.…

Well, this is rare. Samsung has just announced a gaming laptop.  The new Odyssey Z promises consumers that its cooling system installed is a lot better than any other gaming laptops. Samsung says that the design is made possible by including three main components: Dynamic Spread Vapor Chamber, Z Aeroflow Cooling Design and Z Blade Blowers. From the technical words indicated, these components are for the cooling system to widely perform very well during your gameplay experience. However, the design looks fairly similar with the ASUS ROG Zephyrus by having the keyboard and trackpad moved backward. This 15.6″ gaming laptop is powered by the NVIDIA GTX 1060 along with an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 Processor. You can install up to 16GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD. In addition to this, the fan noise can only reach 22 decibels, letting you concentrate on gaming or work.The Samsung Odyssey Z…

Have you been wanting to get your hands on the new Galaxy S9 and S9+? well, you can now take that extraordinary moment, as Samsung has just announced its “Trade-up, Trade-in” promo for its newest flagships. How? all you have to do is follow these five simple steps: Bring the smartphone (any brand) that you want to trade in for a Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+  to a Samsung Experience Store near you. Do note that you can trade-in more than one phone for valuation for one Galaxy S9 or S9+. A third-party agent will review and assess the surrendered smartphone. Make sure that it’s in good condition, as the agents will make deductions on the value if defects are found. Upon assessment, you’ll be given a coupon containing the appraised value of the surrendered device. This value is not convertible to cash. Present the coupon to the cashier and…

There are a lot of gaps spotted in the naming convention of Samsung. There is the Samsung A5, A7 but no A6, until now that is. Two Samsung devices have been spotted in the GeekBench with SM-A600FN and SM-A605G, which possibly translates to the names: Galaxy A6 and A6+. Based on the results from, the difference in performance of these two are not that far from each other. The Samsung Galaxy A6 will use the Exynos 7870 which can be seen in several J series phones, while the Galaxy A6+ will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625. Both devices utilize an eight-core chipset, with the plus version sporting more RAM.  Infinity displays? probably. Source 1 | Source 2

After the long wait, Samsung’s newest flagships – the Galaxy S9 and S9+ with their gorgeous looks and powerful internals are now officially available in stores! Both devices feature a curved Super AMOLED display, and are powered by the Exynos 9810 octa-core processor, along with 4GB of RAM for the S9, and 6GB for the S9+, with microSD card support. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are equipped with a Super Speed Dual Pixel 12MP rear camera, capable of recording 960fps super slow motion videos, and lets you create your own AR Emoji. The S9+ has a second 12MP telephoto camera that lets you zoom in on details with outstanding clarity. Samsung Galaxy S9 Specs 2.9GHz Exynos 9810 octa-core processor 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage expandable via microSD card (Up to 256GB) 5.8-inch 18.5:9 WQHD+ Curved Super AMOLED display, 1440 x 2960 pixels, Gorilla Glass 5 12MP rear camera, (f/1.5, f/2.4)…

Our friends in Turkey has an interesting site that tells the planned release date of the newest updates to a number of Samsung devices. Here is the schedule: Even though the release is for Turkey, the updates do not differ much from the said date to some countries. Samsung Galaxy S8 recently got the Oreo update but didn’t go smoothly as they planned. Source

Just moved in to a new house? looking to upgrade your current home appliances, then hurry and go to your nearest authorized Samsung dealer and enjoy up to 20% off markdowns along with 12 months 0% interest installment plans on select models! Samsung Digital Appliances are equipped with breakthrough features that enable you to provide the best care for your loved ones. The Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioner for example, can evenly distribute cool air without the unpleasant feeling of a direct blow, while also staying power-efficient and reduce your energy bill by up to 72%. The FlexWash Washing Machine on the other hand, lets you run two cycles for different fabrics simultaneously, without any compromises to quality. This gives you more time to spend on other things that matter more. There’s also the Samsung Twin Cooling Refrigerator, which retains up to 70% humidity level, providing the ideal temperature to keep your food…

Today marks a monumental day for Samsung, as its newest flagships, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have finally made their debut in the Philippines. Launched during its event at MWC in Barcelona, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are at the forefront of the company’s advancements in mobile technology, and are now even smarter, and more powerful than before. Both devices sport a curved Super AMOLED display, and are powered by the Exynos 9810 octa-core processor, along with 4GB or 6GB of RAM. Their IP68 certifications means you can take them on any adventure, while the AKG-engineered speaker is now able to deliver sound that’s 1.4 times louder. In terms of optics, the Galaxy S9 has a single 12MP sensor, while the S9+ features a second 12MP telephoto camera that allows it to zoom in with amazing clarity. Both come with features like Dual Aperture which allows for adjusting the camera’s…

After seeing Samsung J4 and J8 in benchmarks, Samsung is once again expanding its foothold on the mid-range segment with the J6.  This affordable J series handset sports an Exynos 7870 chipset, runs Android Oreo and includes 3GB of RAM. It has a 1.6 GHz octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU and should have at most a 1080p panel. No word yet on pricing and availability. But, it’s safe to say that since Samsung J series phones are usually priced competitively, prices should fall  between P4,000 to 12,000. Source

If you have a thing for slow motion videos, you’ll like what Samsung will be putting in their phones. A few days ago, Samsung unveiled the 3-stack ISOCELL Fast 2L3 image sensor. The “3-stack” in the name is what makes a huge difference versus how conventional image sensors are constructed. Image sensors usually only have two silicon layers; a pixel array which takes care of converting light to an electric signal, and an analog logic layer that crunches the electrical signal to digital code. The digital code is then sent to the device’s processor to and saved to the device’s DRAM.  AS you can surmise, the complicated process should only take milliseconds. Samsung’s solution is to put a two-gigabit (Gb) LPDDR4 DRAM below the analog logic layer. This additional layer enables the digital code to temporarily save numerous images before being sent out to the processor and ultimately to the…

Been itching to get your hands on Samsung’s latest flagships? the good news is that both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are now up for pre-order, along with some nice freebies! Both the S9 and S9+ feature Samsung’s signature design with their curved Super AMOLED displays, and are powered by a top of the line Exynos 9810 octa-core processor along with 4GB/6GB of RAM. The new devices have also been taken up a notch in terms of optics. The 12MP rear camera is able to capture super slow motion videos, along with the dual aperture feature, for spectacular looking shots even in less than ideal condition. There’s auto-take, which allows users to automatically record a slow motion video of a moving subject. Now, they can also use a short video as a lock screen decoration, and even place background music on slow motion videos. The S9+ in particular, also sports a second…

Samsung may be working on a couple of new J-series device, as the latest information for Geekbench shows a device anmed SM-J800FN, presumably the Galaxy J8.  The J8 will run on  Android Oreo, and will be powered by 1.6GHz  Exynos 7870 with octa-core processor. Just like the Galaxy J7, it also has 3GB of RAM. The potential of having the Exynos 7870 in a device is pretty much what we see in today’s updated smartphones: dual-camera setup with Full HD Video recording, up to 1920×1200 resolution display, and Mali-T830 for the GPU. Source

Looking to get yourself a Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ on postpaid? Well, it’s your lucky day because Smart has given us a sneak peak of their postpaid offerings for Samsung’s latest flagships. Check out the matrix we prepared below, and see which plan is the right one for you. How about device cash-outs? Referring to the above tables, y ou can get the Galaxy S9 for as low as PhP2,499 (PhP 1499 + PhP1000)  per month on GigaX Plan 1499, and the Galaxy S9+ for as low as PhP2,799 (PhP1,499 + PhP1,300) per month on the same plan. For more information, you may visit https://smart.com.ph/Postpaid.