Galaxy S21 Is Slimmer In Packaging As Charger And Earbuds Are Omitted From The Box

It is not unknown that Samsung is removing the charger from the Galaxy S21 box, but a new leak gives us the biggest confirmation till date. As reported by WinFuture, the box the Galaxy S21 ships in is incredibly thin without a charger. or headphones included. accessories to streamline packaging. The advantage? Waste. This packaging ends up wasting far less cardboard and/or plastic, as well as reducing electronic waste. Read More

Samsung Officially Confirms An “Unpacked” Launch Of The Galaxy S21 Line-up

We know a lot about the following set of Samsung’s leading smartphones already, thanks to a large number of leaks-But more in the store. Today, Samsung officially confirmed an “Unpacked” digital event scheduled on January 14 where the company will launch the Galaxy S21 lineup.

Samsung today announced an unpacked launch event for the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Pro buds, and perhaps some other devices. The event is scheduled to be on January 14 in 10 thousand. ET/7 a. PT. Read More

Samsung Discounts The Galaxy Watch 3 by $60 As Early Black Friday Deal

Samsung recently came out with the new Galaxy Watch 3, which saw a huge success. It is an extremely functionable and wearable watch. Thanks to the upcoming Black Friday, the company is now offering $60 off the price of the watch as an early deal. The Galaxy Watch 3 (41mm) is down to $340 on Samsung’s website, which is the lowest it has been priced since its very launch. The sale is available on Amazon as well. Read More

Samsung Likely To Soon Launch “Galaxy Buds Beyond”

Samsung has released multiple earbuds in the past few years, all out performing the previous. The company’s latest earbuds might be the new “Galaxy Buds Beyond.” Ever since 2018, Samsung has released at least one set of true wireless earbuds each passing year. This year, they released the Galaxy Buds+ s alongside the Galaxy S20, and the Galaxy Buds Live — more commonly known as “the beans” — alongside the Note 20. Read More

Samsung Rolls Out OneUI 3.0 Public Beta With Android 11 For The Galaxy S20 Series

Before officially rolling out Android 11 to all Samsung devices, Samsung has just opened up a public beta of OneUI 3.0 with Android 11, following a developer preview last month. Android 11 is supposed to launch a few months later.

The OneUI 3.0 public beta is now available only for Galaxy S20 users in South Korea, Samsung’s home country, as reported by SamMobile. Later, Samsung will expand the Android 11 beta to other countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, China, and India. Read More

Samsung To Reveal The Galaxy S20 FE On September 23rd

After launching a range of new products in August, Samsung is hosting another Galaxy Unpacked event on September 23rd where, speculations are, the Galaxy S20 FE might finally be unveiled.

Samsung teases the new smartphone in the invite for the event. This next event is called “Galaxy Unpacked for Every Fan,” which suggests that the new smartphone, the Galaxy S20 FE, or “Fan Edition,” might be unveiled at this event. Read More

Samsung Introduces UV Sterilizer For Phones And Accessories With Support For Wireless Charging


Presently, when personal care has become a major concern for everyone, we are all adopting to hygienic habits in our daily lives and avoiding touching any area that might be unclean. It is very important that we involve cleaning our smartphones too in our hygiene practice, considering the time we spend with our phones even while stepping out of our homes. To help fight the spread of germs from our phones, Samsung has introduced a new UV Sterilizer with 10W Wireless Charging. The UV Sterilizer effectively kills up to 99% of bacteria and germs, including E. coli, Staphylococcus Aureus and Candida Albicans, according to tests done by two independent test and certification institutes, Intertek and SGS, claims Samsung. There is no mention about the Novel Coronavirus by Samsung. Experts believe that an object would need a high amount of exposure to UVC light to kill the virus and that’s not the case with Samsung’s UV Sterilizer. Read More

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