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Friday
May262017

Samsung smartwatch patent shows a camera at the center of display, touchscreen panel on watchband

It’s always good to remember that patents don’t always equate to commercial products. But they do show us what a brand is working towards and Samsung seems to have some novel ideas for its upcoming smartwatches. Filed back in November and only published last month, a Samsung patent filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office shows a smartwatch with a camera at the center of its display. The camera looks like it’s built directly into the display and would come with an optical zoom.

And since there would be limited touch interactivity on the watch face, Samsung is also planning to make use of the watchband as a display. The functions seem to be similar to how they use the edge panel on its current crop of smartphones. You get shortcuts to other features, including being able to launch the camera. While we’re not sure how far off Samsung is when it comes to working with foldable displays, we can’t help but be excited about the possibilities. What do you think? Would you want to see these technologies in your next smartwatch?

Source: Android Authority

Friday
Mar242017

Samsung's premium Galaxy Tab S3 now available in Canada for $799

Samsung's Premium Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3 is now available in Canada.

“The Galaxy Tab S3 solidifies our commitment to bringing premium devices that deliver cutting-edge technology to the Canadian market” said Paul Brannen, COO and Executive Vice President, Samsung Electronics Canada. “We are proud to be offering a tablet that is designed for how Canadians consume media entertainment today.”

Fusing glass and metal together for a sleek premium design, the Galaxy Tab S3 is the first Samsung tablet to feature quad speakers tuned by AKG by HARMAN and a Super AMOLED display with HDR video compatibility, offering a cinema-like experience from your personal tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is available in black and silver starting today, at all Samsung Experience Stores and at major retailers across Canada. The device will be $799.99 CDN (MSRP).

Friday
Jan202017

Samsung set to reveal causes of Note 7 explosions this Sunday

Samsung is set to reveal its findings during a press conference on Sunday related to the explosions of the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7, a device that the company was force to recall and discontinue the model which was considered to be one of the best smartphones in the market late last year before some units were combusting sporntaneously. The recall really hurt Samsung's brand as the Note 7 was not allowed on airplanes and various high profile incidents of explosions and fire made mainstream media.

Samsung will present its own investigation finding as well as results from "expert organizations" that conducted independent analysis of the Note 7 fires. 

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Friday
Jan062017

CES 2017: Samsung Canada announces mid-range Galaxy A phones with updated camera

Las-Vegas - Samsung Electronics Canada announced the addition to the Galaxy A series at CES 2017 in Las Vegas: the 5.2-inch Galaxy A5 smartphone, with refinements that deliver a beautiful design, powerful performance and ultimate convenience.

"At Samsung, we want to ensure Canadians have access to the latest innovation to get them closer to what they are passionate about," said Paul Brannen, COO and Executive Vice President, Mobile Solutions, Samsung Canada. "The Galaxy A5 is a testament to this; we integrated our unique approach to design with features Canadians have come to love to provide added performance to fit their connected lives."

Crafted with premium metal and glass, the Galaxy A5 seamlessly fuses 3D glass and a metal frame with a modern finish. Zero camera protrusion on the front and back complete its sleek, attractive design. The Galaxy A5 is available in two stylish colours: Black Sky and Blue Mist.

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