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    • Qualcomm, Samsung, Huawei back new codec for 4K and 8K video

      Qualcomm, Samsung, Huawei back new codec for 4K and 8K video

      Samsung and Huawei, the world’s largest manufacturers of Android smartphones, are now joining an interesting initiative along with Qualcomm. The three companies have agreed to support and play a key role in promoting the MPEG-5 EVC (Essential Video Coding) codec. This standard will find application in devices supporting 4K and 8K resolution, but it is also optimised for virtual and augmented reality (AR).

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    • Samsung is developing QD-LED sreen - stronger than OLED

      Samsung is developing QD-LED sreen - stronger than OLED

      According to recent information, Samsung will close all its Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) production lines by the end of this year. This includes two production lines in South Korea and two in China. However, the company will deliver all pre-existing orders before the end of the year. There are speculations that Samsung wants to shift its attention from the LCD display to QD-OLED screens.

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    • Samsung’s new flip phone is finally here

      Samsung’s new flip phone is finally here

      At least once a year, Samsung gathers hundreds of reporters, analysts and industry folk into one big room for an event it calls “Samsung Unpacked,” where the company shows off all of their latest flagship devices. The first Unpacked of 2020 was held yesterday in San Francisco and undobtedly, the star of the show was company's latest experiment in the foldable phones category.

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    • CES 2020: Bigger, better... weirder

      CES 2020: Bigger, better... weirder

      CES 2020 kicked off a new year, and a new decade, in some style with one of the strongest line-ups of major tech launches and weird and wonderful startups the world has seen in a long time. Some of the products that debuted at this year's Consumer Electronics Show are set to be released in the months that follow, while other technologies shown off at the event are merely a taste of things to come down the road. There is one thing you can always count on though, and it’s that they are some of the most exciting technological breakthroughs of the year.

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    • Apple, Samsung sued over handset RF emissions

      Apple, Samsung sued over handset RF emissions

      Apple and Samsung have been hit with a class-action lawsuit over claims that their phones expose users to radio frequency emissions up to 500 percent beyond the limits "set forth by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)," the website Apple Insider reported on Saturday.

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