MediaTek could beat Samsung to 4nm
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Q4 2021 or Q1 2022 for tiniest chips

MediaTek’s highest-end chip is still based on the 6nm process but it thinks it could beat other firms with its first 4nm chip.

Samsung scores 36 iF Design Awards
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The Galaxy Z Fold2 and the Galaxy Z Flip on the list

Samsung was happy to announce it managed to score a total of 36 iF Design Awards this year, and, unsurprisingly, Galaxy Z Fold2 and the Z Flip were on the list, as well as its QLED 8K TVs.

Samsung sets the date for its next Galaxy Unpacked event
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Going live on April 28th

Samsung has announced its new Galaxy Unpacked event that will be held online and streamed live on April 28th.

Samsung offers 5G for under $300
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Galaxy A update

Samsung has announced a large Galaxy A update, with five new phones.

Samsung expects growth in first quarter profits
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Even after a fall in chip earnings

Samsung has said that its first-quarter profit likely rose 44 percent.

Samsung wants a double-folding phone
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For those who find one fold not enough

Samsung is reportedly working on a double-folding phone to add to its lineup.

Samsung warns of bigger chip crunch
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Considers holding off on new Note

Samsung has warned that it is having a serious imbalance in semiconductors globally and is thinking about having to skip the introduction of a new Galaxy Note.

Samsung's 980 SSD is launched
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Promises decent performance at mainstream price

Samsung has officially announced its new 980 M.2 NVMe SSD series, which promises to bring decent performance at mainstream price points.

Nokia licenses video standards to Samsung
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Might be linked to the Ericsson dispute

The former maker of rubber boots, Nokia, has struck a deal with Samsung to license patents covering its innovations in video standards, the Finnish telecom company said on Thursday.

Samsung could make next-generation flagship Snapdragon processor
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Qualcomm sticks

It looks like Qualcomm is remaining a loyal Samsung customer for its Snapdragon processors.