Samsung expects 5G growth despite smartphone market dip from COVID-19

The company said its semiconductor business is also expected to grow, with the memory market beginning to stabilise. Read More

Samsung launches 512GB eUFS 3.1 for smartphones

The new embedded Universal Flash Storage 3.1 boasts three times faster writing speed than its predecessor. Read More

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review: The S20 that business users need

Samsung’s latest trio of smartphones are similar, yet feel so different. The S20 Plus, on paper and in real-world use, is the model that just feels right for most. Read More

Samsung Display engineers allowed to enter Vietnam without 14-day quarantine

Some 700 of Samsung Display’s engineers from South Korea have been made exempt from Vietnam’s quarantine requirements, but they will work separately from existing personnel. Read More

Save up to $130 on the super-fast Samsung T5 external portable SSDs

Need additional external storage? Has to be fast and fit in your pocket? Save $130 on a 2TB Samsung T5 external SSD Read More

Samsung chip plant in Korea suffers fire

There were no casualties and production has not been affected, Samsung said. Read More

A Samsung Galaxy S7 user explains why she doesn’t want the S20

Handset makers are constantly selling us on new phones. How and why do people resist? Read More

How you can have four or five SIM cards in your iPhone or Android smartphone

While many high-end smartphones out there today support more than one SIM card, sometimes you need more. Much more. Read More

Samsung to supply 5G network solutions to Spark New Zealand

It will be the first foray into New Zealand by Samsung’s network business. Read More

Galaxy S20 Ultra vs OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren: Is there a king of 5G in early 2020?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is now arriving into the hands of buyers while the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren recently received an update to enhance its cellular performance. After testing both with T-Mobile, is there a reason to pick one over the other? Read More