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Samsung has rolled out a firmware update for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ which fixes the "red tint" present on its handsets' screens .
To cost an arm and a leg
It appears that those who buy Samsung's flagship Galaxy S8+ will have to take good care of it as replacing the screen might be a big hit on their wallet.
OK for babies though
Samsung is worried that people are going to feed their smartphone to their dog as a rather expensive chew-toy.
Feature can be easily manipulated versus a traditional PIN entry
Samsung’s facial recognition technology for its Galaxy smartphone series is at least four years away from practical use with mobile payment apps, according to at least one company official.
Fast RAM out on an electron spin
Samsung is about to apply MRAM to its system semiconductor foundry services.
To manufacture future 10nm SoCs
The first 10nm SoC announced was the Snapdragon 835 and Samsung also followed on with its own Exynos 8895. They were both manufactured in 10nm LPE (Low Power Early) process and Samsung is now getting ready to launch Low Power Plus.
700 Mbps speeds today, GigabitLTE in 2018
SK Telecom is Korea's largest wireless carrier and the company promised to start 5G trials in early 2018 and align with Fa ebruary start in Korea’s own PyeongChang 2018. Before that happens, the company is getting ready to roll out the 5-Band CA next month.
After saying it was a default setting
After initially saying that the red tint on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ was just a setting problem, Samsung has announced that it is issuing a software update to fix it.
Exynos 8895 vs. Snapdragon 835
Both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ will be available with two SoCs, Samsung's own Exynos 8895 chipset and Qualcomm's pride and joy, the Snapdragon 835 chipset, and now, both of them have been pitted against each other in a couple of benchmarks.
Industry attempts to close global supply shortages
According to sources within the memory industry, global production of 3D NAND flash memory chips is expected to expand substantially in the second half of 2017, exceeding the output of 2D NAND chips by the fourth quarter of the year.