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Business · Seoul
Samsung unveils Galaxy Z Fold 4, first foldable to launch with Android 12L
Galaxy Z Fold 4 has same 6.2-inch display and 7.6-inch interior panel. It's the same size as last year's Z Fold 3, with the same 120Hz adaptive refresh rate tech to dial between 120Hz and 48Hz. Samsung has also cut down the weight of the new foldable by eight grams.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 16 sources
Business · Menlo Park
Meta to Test End-to-End Encryption on Messenger
Social media giant Meta is expanding its trial of end-to-end encryption. E2EE uses strong cryptography to encrypt messages with a key that is unique to each user. It prevents everyone else, including the app maker, ISP or carrier, and three-letter agencies from reading a message. The company said it expects to make it the default setting in Messenger by sometime next year.See the Story
55% Center coverage: 18 sources
Samsung's $230 Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Get Hi-Fi Audio, if You Have the Right Phone
Samsung's Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are the latest high-end wireless earbuds. The $229 headphones have active noise cancelation and an ambient mode. 360 Dolby Atmos track your head movements and adjust the sound of music or a video to make you feel as if the sound is moving around you.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 9 sources
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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: $1,800 Foldable Phone Returns With New Design, Software Tweaks
Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 4 has a wider cover screen that more closely resembles a regular, nonfolding phone when closed. The new book-style foldable phone has a modified design that should be easier to manage in phone mode. It's also getting new software that takes advantage of its foldable screen and upgrades to the processor and camera.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Motorola launch the Moto Razr 2022 and the Moto X30 Pro, the world’s first smartphone with a 200MP camera- Technology News, Firstpost
Motorola has launched the X30 Pro in China. It is the first phone to feature a 200MP camera. It also features 125W fast charging, 50W wireless charging, and a 6.7-inch 144Hz refresh rate display. Pricing starts at 3,699 yuan (~$549) for the 8GB/128GB model.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 vs. Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs. Galaxy Z Fold 2: A Spec-by-Spec Comparison
Samsung unveils the Galaxy Z Fold 4 at its annual Unpacked event. The phone-tablet foldable is billed by the company as a "multitasking powerhouse" It houses the latest Qualcomm processor, a higher-res display and ships with Android 12L. Preorders for the Fold 4 have already started ahead of its Aug. 26 release.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 vs. Z Flip 3 vs. Z Flip (2020): Comparing the Foldables
Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Flip 4 at Wednesday's Samsung Unpacked event. The new phone was announced alongside the Galaxy Fold 4, the new Galaxy Watch 5 line and the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. The phone will go on sale on Aug. 26 for $1,000 (�999, AU$1,499)See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Vs. Galaxy Z Fold 3: What's New?
Samsung is the pioneer of foldable phones, and its inner folding design language laid the path on which all other Chinese foldables have followed. But a good case can be made that, in the last couple of years, foldables from brands like Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo have surpassed the Galaxy Z Fold series in pure hardware prowess. While Samsung has introduced genuine hardware breakthroughs in foldable tech last year, the company has also not addressed some glaring hardware flaws that have been the butt of jokes.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Does the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 support GPS?
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 supports four navigation systems, namely, GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou. The hinge is more compact, ergonomics have improved, cameras and chipset have been upgraded, and there are some new software updates to improve the multitasking experience. The phone also boasts support for all global navigation satellite systems (GNSS)See the Story
How much warranty does the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 come with?
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 comes with a one-year limited warranty in the US. You can purchase Samsung Care Plus with the device to extend the warranty period and get additional coverage for a monthly or an annual fee. In regions where it is mandated by law to provide a longer, two-year warranty, Samsung abides by the relevant regulations.See the Story
HP Victus 15 review: A solid mainstream gaming option
The HP Victus 15 is a casual gaming laptop with a proper gaming design, Intel 12th-gen processors, and more. The AMD Ryzen model starts at $549.99, while the Intel model will start at $799.99. It comes in three colors: Mica Silver, Ceramic White, and Performance Blue.See the Story