Larger and better screens, no notch, and more
During its Unpacked August 2020 event, Samsung also announced the new Galaxy Z Fold2 smartphone, a $2,000 priced flagship and successor to the original Galaxy Z Fold.
Better screens, better cameras, and better S Pen
Samsung has officially unveiled its new Galaxy Note20 series and, as expected, the new Galaxy Note20 has been upgraded in all aspects, from hardware to software, including better screens, new camera system, better S Pen, and more.
As part of a revenue sharing deal with Google
Samsung has denied rumours that it is considering dropping its Bixby virtual assistant and Galaxy Apps Store from its mobile devices as part of a new global revenue sharing deal with Google.
Rivals feast on Intel woes
Shares of Samsung Electronics and TSMC rose as the cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street believe that Intel will outsource more chip manufacturing to cover its 7nm failure.
No software fix
Since the middle of last month, thousands of Samsung customers found their older internet-connected Blu-ray players had been bricked.
Enabling Mobile Holograms and Digital Twins
While badly educated peasants, under the guidance conspiracy theory priests are sharpening their pitchforks to bring down 5G towers, Samsung is predicting 6G will be here in 2028.
Does it never learn?
After making the mistake of copying Apple and releasing its flagship phones for silly prices, and copying it again on getting rid of the headphone jack, Samsung has looked at Apple's really dumb idea to sting its users for more cash and said "we will be having some of that".
Saving cash with a lower spec
Samsung is working on a Galaxy Fold Lite for as cheap as $900 the mobile phone maker will slash costs by downgrading the camera capabilities and internal specifications.
Odyssey G7 gaming monitor out
Samsung announced the global launch of its Odyssey G7 gaming monitor which it claims is the world's first with a curvature radius of 1,000 millimeters.
TSMC 7nm, next-gen Hopper 5nm
There have been rumors for quite some time about the Nvidia Ampere and the manufacturing nod. Nvidia’s first AI-based solution comes from TSMC, while some GPUs will be manufactured by Samsung too.