Save a few deficiencies that may have left various Galaxy fans scratching their heads, Samsung's new Galaxy S21 Ultra lead is close to consummate. A few clients, in any case, may have been in a tight spot after getting their Galaxy S21 Ultra via the post office, on the grounds that various clients have been grumbling on the authority Community gatherings about helpless sound quality coming from the phone's upper amplifier/earpiece.
The issue apparently shows itself in a couple of ways. One Galaxy S21 Ultra purchaser is grumbling about snapping sounds coming from the amplifier, while others are discontent with the speaker either being excessively tranquil or sounding mutilated. A couple of Galaxy S21 Ultra proprietors have obviously reached Samsung and gotten supplanting units with speakers that function as proposed.
The issue may be brought about by defective equipment however the uplifting news for most fanatics of the new lead is that the issue apparently influences an extremely modest number of clients. None of the Galaxy S21 Ultra units we've attempted and utilized so far have showed these sound issues yet with a great many gadgets being created, a couple of defective units may have sneaked past Q&A. Or then again it could in all likelihood be a bizarre programming issue influencing just certain units in certain business sectors.
A year ago's Galaxy S20 FE was an unexpected hit. Indeed, not actually a shock: The achievement of the Galaxy S20 FE came from a blend of astounding specs and an appealing sticker price nobody anticipated from Samsung, at any rate not in the top of the line portion.
Also, what do you do when you have a phone that did unbelievably well? You make a continuation, obviously, and we're hearing that the Galaxy S21 FE may as of now be in progress. Our sources advise us there's a Galaxy gadget with model number SM-G990B being developed, and that it very well might be the Galaxy S21 FE.
Galaxy S21 FE will force Android 11 to leave the crate and backing 5G
Presently, the individuals who know some things about Samsung's model number plan will bring up that the Galaxy S20 FE was the SM-G780F/SM-G781B while that G990 ought to be the LTE variation of the Galaxy S21. Indeed, they would be correct. Be that as it may, Samsung hasn't dispatched LTE variations of its most recent leaders, and we're expecting it is simply attempting to smooth out things by bringing the model number of the Galaxy S21 FE in accordance with the standard Galaxy S21 models.
Like the Galaxy S20 FE, we can expect the Galaxy S21 FE to have specs that are taken from both the Galaxy S21 and S21+. Maybe it will likewise highlight a microSD opening? Sadly, we just realize that the phone will accompany 5G availability, 128GB and 256GB capacity variations, Android 11, and dark/silver, pink, violet, and white shading alternatives. It will likely dispatch at some point in the second 50% of this current year, however we should trust that more solid data will surface in the coming weeks/months.
In case you're hoping to purchase another phone immediately, the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra are for the most part great alternatives, however you should manage without highlights like expandable stockpiling and an undeniable Samsung Pay insight and purchase a charger and headphones independently. The Galaxy S20 FE is as yet a phenomenal recommendation also, particularly with Samsung's assurance of three significant OS refreshes.
Ahead of its launch in March, the internet is being hit with rumors and leaks about Samsung Galaxy A52. A fresh leak that we are going to cover in this article is about its specifications and pricing, along with the launch details. Samsung Galaxy A52 is rumored to feature a large 6.5-inch super AMOLED display screen. The smartphone has appeared on a few certification websites recently that confirm the launch. As the market suggests, the Samsung Galaxy A52 will be competing against the Oppo Reno 5 4G.
A user with a twitter hand @chuvn8888, posted several details about the upcoming smartphone. The phone will come in 4G and 5G variants - price starting from Rs. 29,000 and Rs. 34,900 respectively. As mentioned, Samsung will be releasing the phone in Vietnam first, and then the European market will get access to it. According to Sammobie, Samsung Galaxy A52 5G will feature a higher refresh rate of 120Hz. Another leak says that the device will be available with an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance. IP resistance determines the protection level of a device against water and dust.
Samsung Galaxy G series flagship smartphones, including the recently released Galaxy S21, has the same IP rating. In fact, the older Galaxy A-series mobile phones had an IP68 rating that gives good protection against water and dust. The IP rating for the 4G variant is still unknown but as we all know that Samsung isn't new to IP rating, we can assume that the 4G variant might have the same IP rating. Both devices share the same specs except the processing chip that powers the network capability as well as the processing speed of the device.
The 5G variant will feature an infinity-O display, Snapdragon 750G processor, 6/8GB RAM, 128/256GB internal storage, 4,500mAh battery that comes with 25W fast charging. The Samsung Galaxy A52 will feature a quad-camera system at the rear side with 64-megapixel primary camera, 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 5-megapixel macro, and another 5-megapixel depth sensor. The device will house a 32-megapixel selfie shooter upfront. The device is also expected to come with Android 11 with One U! 3.1 out of the box.
Samsung's Galaxy S21 series is not cheap, but given that they are possibly some of the best, if not the best, smartphones in the market right now, we suppose that's the price you've got to pay to own it. Or is it?
There is a pretty awesome sale going on right now on Amazon where the price of the phones are being discounted. For the regular base Galaxy S21, its price has been knocked down by $100 which means you'll only have to pay $700 for it. The larger Galaxy S21+ will be discounted by $200 so you'll only have to pay $800, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra is also discounted by $200.
It's pretty crazy how these phones are being so heavily discounted given how new they are, but hey, we aren't complaining!
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Samsung has officially declared the launch date of the Galaxy F62. There has been plenty of news surrounding the next Galaxy F series that is also slightly affordable to the majority of the consumers. The India-centric line is now confirmed to include a new smartphone in the series called Samsung Galaxy F62. The company has announced the release date via a Flipkart page that the phone will be released on February 15 at 12 IST(UTC+5:30) in India.
The page also lists some specs and the design of the phone. In terms of the latter, it will feature a gradient rear panel as shown in the pictures being uploaded. In terms of photography, the phone sport a quad rear camera array placed in a big square design with an LED flash module residing just below. For the front camera, it uses a punch-hole camera making the appearance too.
As far as the specs are concerned, only one detail is confirmed - the chipset. The earlier leaks suggested that the phone will feature the Exynos 9825. It may not be the latest processing chip available in the market, but it should have some improved performance increase over the Exynos 9611 in the Galaxy.
This is the same processing chipset that powered Samsung Galaxy Note 10. For the rest of the specs, we have to rely on leaks and rumors. The phone features a large 6.7-inch AMOLED display, up to 6GB of RAM, uses a 64-megapixel camera sensor as a primary camera, and a 32MP selfie camera. There is no indication of the price yet, but it is likely that the Galaxy F62 would be priced lesser than the Galaxy Note 10, despite the fact that it is using the same processor. So, if you are someone who likes to use fast camera phones but doesn't want to spend too much on the device, Samsung Galaxy F62 is just right for you.