Samsung Display published a video on their own website showing of the future in display technology. It's actually pretty cool to imagine, but how much of it is reality would be the question.
In this video that was shown at the analyst day by Samsung (November 2013) shows how the future with Samsung OLED displays will change. The products are flexible, bendable, indestructible, rollable, transparent .
- - Flexible & Sensor integrated Display
- - Wall display
- - Foldable Display Alarm clock
- - Bended Display for kitchen
- - Automotive Window Display
- - Blackboard Display
- - Unbreakable Display for school
- - Edu-Desk system
- - Transparent Elevator
- - 3-Foldable Display
- - Wearable Display
- - Smart Window
- - Foldable & Sensor Integrated Display
- - Transparent Large Format Display
It's been a couple of year since the Galaxy Tab 7 and Galaxy Tab 10 were released, even with a few intensive fights with Apple over the patents lawsuits, Samsung will likely to announced a their third generator of the Galaxy Tab devices.
Rumor has it that the newest Galaxy Tab 3 tablets aka "Santos" will be unveiled, and just like their predecessors, they will come in a 7- and 10.1-inch form factor. We have no idea what the resolution will be, however. The processor of choice is also shrouded by mystery at this time.
On the other hand, AndroidCentral claims that both Galaxy Tab 3 models sport a 5-megapixel main camera. There will also be 3G and Wi-Fi-only variants of the two devices. As far as model names are concerned, they are said to be GT-P3200, GT-P3210, GT-P5200 and GT-P5210. Both the 7- and 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 should be on the market within the first half of 2013.
Something to look forward at the Mobile World Congress, and we will keep you updated.
Last year, Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy S3 at its own event in May, just days before the CTIA Wireless conference. The move made for a relatively quiet trade show.
This year, The Korean electronics giant will be holding off on any major announcements at Mobile World Congress later this month, according to a person familiar with its launch plans. As with last year, Samsung will likely hold its own separate event to launch the latest iteration of its flagship Galaxy S franchise.
Furthermore, some very fresh rumors and leaks suggest that Samsung is already planning to attack Apple right on its home turf, by announcing the Galaxy S4 in the U.S. in March. A few weeks later, the handset should be launched in various markets, with early-to-mid April being a potential release window for the Galaxy S4.
We will be sure to keep you all updated.
Understanding what matters most to us in our lives, the Samsung GALAXY S4 was developed to redefine the way we live and to maximize our fulfillment of life.
This sleek and innovative smartphone makes every moment of life very meaningful; it understands the value of relationships, enabling true connections with friends and family.
It believes in the importance of an effortless user experience, making your life easy and hassle-free; and, it empowers your life, helping take care of your well-being.
The Galaxy S4 features a stunning 5″ Full HD Super AMOLED display panel, an Exynos 5 Octa (8-Core) CPU clocked at 1.6GHz, a Tri-Core PowerVR SGX 544MP3 GPU, (or a Quad-Core Snapdragon 600 CPU clocked at 1.9GHz and Adreno 320 GPU, depending on the market) and 2GB of RAM. The device has a 13MP camera which capable of shooting up to Full HD 1080p videos at 30FPS and a 2.1MP front facing camera which is capable of shooting up to Full HD 1080p videos, as well.
If you have a smartphone that is running on a higher OS version such as iOS 5 or Jelly Bean, you can now enjoy a new game using the World Wide Maze. This application lets you convert a website into a 3D puzzle.
To play the World Wide Maze, update your Google Chrome and using Chrome Tab Sync, match it with a smartphone that has a higher OS version. Enter the code that you will be provided and search through the World Wide Web to find your perfect maze. You can even convert you own site into a marble-based maze.
A site that has plenty of images is an excellent choice. It will then be converted by Chrome into a multi-level maze and you can use your phone's accelerometer to maneuver a ball through the maze. A video demo can be seen on Android Central and if you're not too busy, you can try it to see how cool it really is.