Earlier this week we leaked photos of Samsung’s upcoming Smartwatch the Galaxy Gear and now Samsung has officially announced the device at IFA 2013 in Berlin. So now we know what the Galaxy Gear actually is. The Galaxy Gear Smartwatch is exactly that a smartwatch, but it is made to be an accessory that works with your Galaxy smartphone.
Venturebeat got its hands on the new upcoming prototype of Samsung under the tag of the ‘Samsung Galaxy Gear’ and was able to leak a few tits and bits even before it was unveiled at IFA, Berlin. What we can see is only the image snapped from a promo video of the gadget as pictures were not allowed to be taken by any media personnel. The 3 inches Samsung Galaxy Gear, which is expected to release alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, is OLED (organic light-emitting diode) type and the resolution of the squared screen could unfortunately not be known.
Seeing that Phablet-sized phones are really starting to catch on Samsung is bringing their 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega smartphone to the U.S. market. This is the ideal hybrid mobile device for those who want to experience smartphone portability with the immersive experience of a tablet.
Intel is all set to release its most powerful mobile chip to date “Bay Trail” quad-core SoC this fall, and the company has already made big promises with its next generation chips like $200 Windows 8 tablets. According to Zauba’s shipping documents, the first Samsung tablet to use this beastly chipset is shipped for testing with the reference number FTXI02W0000026 which is common for all Bay Trail devices.
The development of mobile memory chips is becoming faster day by day. It’s not been eight months since those speedy eMMC 4.5 chips were introduced and now Samsung’s next version of NAND is already here. Indeed, the South Korean company says it’s now in mass production of what it believes as the world’s fastest embedded memory.
At the 2013 Samsung SSD Global Summit held at the Westin Chosun Seoul the company celebrated the launch of its latest solid state drive the Samsung SSD 840 EVO. The drive was announced with the theme “SSDs for everyone”. Not only was the drive launched at the summit, but Samsung also explored the future of the global SSD market, which is quickly replacing the HDD market.
We are always looking forward to see what this giant company has to give us next. This time Samsung unveiled three new Windows 8 PCs under the brand of ATIV which include ATIV Book 9 Plus, ATIV Book 9 Lite and ATIV One 5 Style. These were launched at an event held in London.
Since we are pretty much aware of the fact that we haven’t heard much about the Samsung series 9 Ultrabooks for a while, but now they have planned to rebrand it by announcing two follow up models of the ATIV Ultrabook series. Samsung has just introduced their ATIV Book 9 Plus which is 13-inch flag-ship laptop considered to be a complete replacement to the old series 9 model. Moreover the company has also announced the new ATIV Book 9 Lite, its again a 13-inch model but does not really meet the requirement of Ultrabook status.
Good news for Samsung Tablet users. Recently at the Samsung Premiere 2103 in London the giant Korean company unveiled its convertible, dual boot tablet capable of running both Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean called the ATIV Q. Samsung had already planned to launch a notebook display in the market which resolution was expected to be better than the Apple Retina services. Well for the curious, ATIV Q is exactly using the same display, boasting a 3200×1800 qHD+ screen resolution.
Samsung has just announced today that it has begun the mass production of its first PCI Express SSD build specifically for next generation Ultra Slim notebook PCs. Courtesy of Samsung XP941, which has provided the highest performance PCI SSD to global PC makers and to the Ultra Slim Notebook PCs this year. Samsung wants to play a vital role in delivering the most advanced PCI SSD with high density and performance to directly become a helping hand to provide an extremely healthy computing environment to consumers.