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Galaxy S21 leaked in two forms without power plug

Galaxy S21 leaked in two forms without power plug

A set of images was released today showing the Samsung Galaxy S21 with its packaging. The notes surrounding this package make clear that the next Samsung smartphone will not be released with a power plug - at least in some markets. This tiny but significant leak shows that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will be released in the very near future, and without another key accessory, too.

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Galaxy Upcycling at Home turns old phones into smart home devices

Galaxy Upcycling at Home turns old phones into smart home devices

Smartphone makers are starting to advertise their strategies in reducing their environmental footprint, but many of those often involve changes to packaging. The latest example is the controversial removal of the charger from iPhone 12 boxes, something that Samsung first ridiculed but then will reportedly copy. Electronic waste, however, comes in different forms and one of the biggest is actually the number of smartphones being thrown out. At CES 2021, Samsung revealed a new aspect of its Upcycling program that will give unused Galaxy phones a new lease on life at home.

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Samsung Bot Handy uses “the appropriate amount of force” to grab items in your home

Samsung Bot Handy uses “the appropriate amount of force” to grab items in your home

There's a smart home robot coming to your household in the future called Samsung Bot Handy. This is one of Samsung's collection of robot companions called "Bot" and the latest made to work in your home. If you've been following Samsung's robot lineup for the last few years, you've seen several "Bot" devices.

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Samsung reveals smarter Family Hub fridge and a robo-vac that thinks it’s a guard dog

Samsung reveals smarter Family Hub fridge and a robo-vac that thinks it’s a guard dog

Samsung's big Galaxy S21 launch may be coming later this week, but it's home appliances which are getting their moment in the spotlight today. Fresh for CES 2021 are updates in the kitchen, the laundry room, and roving the floors in the shape of a new, smarter robotic vacuum cleaner.

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Samsung offers details on its automotive mmWave 5G telematics control unit

Samsung offers details on its automotive mmWave 5G telematics control unit

Automotive manufacturers are moving towards integrating all sorts of telematics features into vehicles of the future. These features bring baked in high-speed Internet connectivity for streaming data to and from a vehicle. Samsung Electronics introduced the first 5G-ready telematics control unit (TCU) in 2019. Samsung is now talking about its 5G mmWave TCU that will enable new functionality.

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Samsung Digital Cockpit 2021: The future is near

Samsung Digital Cockpit 2021: The future is near

South Korean electronics giant Samsung is continuously evolving its Digital Cockpit concept since debuting at CES 2018. In a recent press release, Samsung has unveiled its newest Digital Cockpit 2021 with its bevy of crystal-clear displays and proprietary hi-tech safety features.

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Galaxy Buds Pro show up at Staples ahead of official launch

Galaxy Buds Pro show up at Staples ahead of official launch

Samsung is no stranger to leaks of its upcoming products but these days it's almost ridiculous how detailed those can be. Sometimes, that's in no small part thanks to retailers who might have been too eager to sell these items ahead of everyone else. It seems that popular Canadian retailer Staples has joined that club with the Samsung Galaxy "Attic", a.k.a. the Galaxy Buds Pro, not that we needed more leaked information about these anyway.

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Galaxy A32 leak points to Samsung’s affordable 5G bet

Galaxy A32 leak points to Samsung’s affordable 5G bet

Despite the effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus, 5G remains the obsession of network operators and hardware manufacturers. The only way they'll be able to recoup their investments, however, is to make sure that as many people as possible get access to the network. They may not like it, but that pretty much means making 5G services and phones more affordable and Samsung seems to be taking that strategy with this Galaxy A32 that has just leaked over the Internet.

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Galaxy A02s budget phone could be coming to the US soon

Galaxy A02s budget phone could be coming to the US soon

Although Samsung naturally pours most of its resources, especially marketing resources, on the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, recent figures have shown that its Galaxy A mid-range series has become quite popular even in the US, especially thanks to the ongoing pandemic and economic crisis. As such, it has been focusing a bit more on its mid-range phones and is reportedly moving towards making one of its entry-level devices available in the US as well.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra 5G leaked in a big way

Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra 5G leaked in a big way

Today we're taking a peek at the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra 5G, likely the most extravagant smartphone ever released by Samsung. This device hasn't yet been confirmed by the company, and everything we're looking at today was either leaked or tipped this week by insiders with information on the subject who wish to remain relatively anonymous.

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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 delivers QLED and special stylus support

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 delivers QLED and special stylus support

Samsung is adding to its Chrome OS range, with a new notebook, the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2, joining the line-up as a more affordable option. Adding to, rather than replacing, the existing high-end Galaxy Chromebook launched last year, this second model trims the starting price to under $700 but introduces features like a QLED display for the first time.

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Samsung One UI 3.0 Android 11 removes option to hide the camera cutout

Samsung One UI 3.0 Android 11 removes option to hide the camera cutout

Although they were controversial and divisive new designs, notches and camera cutouts have pretty much become standard fare on smartphones these days. Most people have more or less grown accustomed to them or have developed the ability to ignore them completely but some still found them irksome to see. Smartphone makers have given users the option to "hide" these cutouts but it seems that Samsung has decided to remove that feature since those aren't being used that much anyway.

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