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Samsung Display filed a design patent with the KIPO (Korean Intellectual Property Office) that was just published on July 2020 and it includes eight product sketches that could possibly be the next Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphone. It features a dual-hinge form factor that is comprised of three separate displays. When completely opened, you have a tablet-like device, but regardless of the configuration, there is always at least one usable display.
Bring the cinema experience home with Samsung’s The Premiere projector, which is available in up to 130″ and 120″ models – the LSP9T and LSP7T respectively. The former is touted as the world’s first HDR10+ certified projector with triple laser technology, which means it’s capable of delivering incredible contrast details as the user watches from bright to dark scenes with a peak brightness of up to 2,800 ANSI lumens. There’s also a Filmmaker Mode that lets you enjoy watching movies as director intended.
Let’s face it, in extreme workplace environments, standard tablets just wouldn’t last, but that’s exactly where the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 comes in. How so? It’s MIL-STD-810H certified, complete with enhanced shock absorption that enables it to withstand drops of up to 5-feet and IP68 rated, making the tablet dustproof as well as water resistant, thus providing peace of mind when working in unpredictable outdoor environments.
Samsung’s all-new Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE) is essentially a flagship smartphone at a budget price. Priced from $699 for 5G, it features a 6.5″ Infinity-O Super AMOLED (2400 × 1080) display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, a triple rear camera setup (12MP main, 12MP ultrawide, 8MP 3x telephoto), a 32MP front-facing camera, and a 4500mAh battery.
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Germicidal ultraviolet light harnesses a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that contains short waves of radiant energy, called UV-C. This wavelength is further away from the visible spectrum than other forms of UV light, basically gives viruses a lethal sunburn. If you were to implement this into a portable face mask cleaner, it would probably look something like the Samsung 0° Clean by Jungkwang Hwang.