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Samsung Bowing Out Of The 4K Blu Ray Player Game

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They were the first to start and now they’re calling it quits. Samsung has announced that they are exiting the Blu Ray player market, and they won’t be releasing any more Blu Ray hardware in the future.

Samsung Electronics 970 EVO Plus NVMe SSDs Launched

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Samsung today introduced the Samsung 970 EVO Plus, the newest enhancement in its Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) SSD portfolio. With industry-leading performance and up to two terabytes in capacity, Samsung’s 970 EVO Plus sets a new bar for high-performance storage, enabling IT professionals, tech enthusiasts and gamers to handle intensive workloads on PCs and workstations with more ease.

Samsung’s New Foldable Phone Apparently “Breaks” When Fully Folded

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Following shortly on the heels of my last article, there’s more news on the Samsung foldable cellphone front. In a small private showing, Samsung reportedly showed it’s new foldable phone to a select few individuals.

Samsung Galaxy S10 – Releaving February 20th

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By now we all know about the foldable cellphones that Samsung announced a few months ago. They’re promising a lot, but after some disappointing sales on a few of their latest models it seems like they’re not going to sit and wait around.

Samsung Electronics Brings Multi-Terabyte Storage Capacities at Accessible Price with 860 QVO SSD

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Samsung Electronics today unveiled its new consumer solid state drive (SSD) lineup – the Samsung 860 QVO SSD – featuring up to four terabytes (TB) of storage capacity with exceptional speed and reliability. Built on the company’s high-density 4-bit multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash architecture, the 860 QVO makes terabyte capacities more accessible to the masses at approachable price points.

Samsung Introducing Very Affordable QLC-NAND SSDs

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Samsung seems to be on the verge of launching extremely affordable SSDs based on QLC NAND, which is cheap to produce. These new drives will go by the name of Samsung 860 QVO, and will come in capacities of 1 TB (MZ-76Q1T0BW), 2 TB (MZ-76Q2T0BW) and 4 TB (MZ-76Q4T0BW). QVO is an abbreviation for Quality and Value Optimized.

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 to include “budget” options

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Samsung keeps at it. With a behind-screen camera in development and talks of a new foldable phone, the S10 looks to be an interesting addition to their lineup.

Following the likes of Apple, Samsung is looking at expanding their specific model offering, something that hasn’t been done in a while. We all remember the slightly cheaper “mini” models that were released in years past. They were smaller, less-specced versions of the bigger phone, at a more affordable price. Samsung has stopped this since the S5 Mini, after which the A series seems to have taken up this space.

Samsung Debuts Semiconductor Innovations at Samsung Tech Day that Maximize Data Center Efficiencies and More

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Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today announced several groundbreaking additions to its comprehensive semiconductor ecosystem that encompass next-generation technologies in foundry as well as NAND flash, SSD (solid state drive) and DRAM.

Together, these developments mark a giant step forward for Samsung’s semiconductor business.

Samsung Unveils the New Galaxy A9

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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced the Galaxy A9, a smartphone built for those who love to explore, capture the moment and share it as they see it. The pioneering Galaxy A9 debuts the world’s first rear quad camera and is packed with features designed to help you live each day to the fullest.

The Galaxy A9 is tailored for those who know what they want, and go after it. With Galaxy A9 you can capture dynamic and beautiful photos effortlessly. With four lenses, experience even more ways to unleash your creativity and capture, create and share stunning images.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 512 GB South African Pricing Revealed

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Last week we revealed Apple’s iPhone Xs pricing, to which more than 90 % of people replied that they would not be considering the device. If you were one of them, one of the biggest rivals to the Apple is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which is available in a 512 GB model.

If 512 GB isn’t enough storage, the Note 9 also supports a microSD card with capacities of up to 512 GB, giving you a potential 1 TB storage on your phone.

Widen Your World with the Galaxy A7

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LONDON, UK – September 21, 2018 – Samsung Electronics co., Ltd. today announced the Galaxy A7, the latest addition to the Galaxy A series family. With a powerful rear triple camera, sleek design and must have everyday features, the innovative Galaxy A7 is the ultimate device for wherever life leads you.

“Samsung is committed to delivering meaningful innovation to all consumers across the Galaxy family, no matter who they are or where they are in the world” said DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics. “That’s why we’re excited to introduce innovative new features to the A series with the Galaxy A7, a practical but powerful device that is built to help make your everyday both convenient and extraordinary.”

Samsung Introduces the New Galaxy J6+ and J4+ Smartphones

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LONDON, UK – September 21, 2018 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has announced the newest members of the Galaxy J series, the Samsung Galaxy J6+ and J4+.

“The Galaxy J6+ and J4+ further draw on the fundamentals of the Galaxy portfolio’s heritage of innovation to bring incredible style and technology at a highly-competitive price point,” said Kate Beaumont, Director of Product, Services & Commercial Strategy, Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland.

“Featuring a stunning design and display, enhanced camera experience and high-performance capabilities, both products enable users to get even more out of their Galaxy J smartphone for longer than ever before.”

Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s Preorders Delayed

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And you’ll never guess why. In the midst of the new iPhone in the news these days, it seems like people can’t keep their hands off the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

As Samsung sped up the release of the Note 9 to counter the dismal sales of their S9 and S9+ models, the Note 9 dropped in as the main competitor to Apple’s iPhone XS Max. Contrary to what people might have predicted (I know I wasn’t a strong advocate for these phones), it seems like Samsung can’t keep up with production of their latest flagship, specifically of the 512GB model.