The Samsung Galaxy S22 series was introduced alongside One UI 4.1 and a number of new photo features for the other models. The One UI 4.1, which has always been evidently based on Android 12, is now available on many other models from the manufacturer, and some of the promised photographic features beginning with the Samsung Galaxy S21 series are now arriving
Samsung, India’s most trusted smartphone brand, today unveiled the Galaxy M53 5G, an all-arounder gadget aimed at millennials and Gen Z. The Galaxy M53 5G supports ultra-fast 5G and can run console-quality games in the cloud.
The superb design of the Galaxy M53 5G includes soft, rounded corners and a smaller frame with a minimal camera look. The M53 5G features a matte texture on the back that is soft to the touch and comes in a variety of current colours.
Its newest 5G smartphone, the Galaxy M53, boasts a powerful 6nm Mediatek Dimensity 900 chipset for unrivalled performance.
The Galaxy M53 5G gives a significant performance boost thanks to an innovative Octa-core processor and up to 6GB/8GB of RAM, whether you’re focused on one activity or numerous things at once.
Multi-perspective photography with a multi-lens camera The multi-lens camera technology of the Galaxy M53 5G elevates photography to new heights. With the high-resolution 108MP Wide-angle Camera, you can capture memorable moments in clear detail. With the Depth Camera, you can adjust the focus and the Macro Camera, you can get closer to the details.
With 108MP remosaic photos, the Galaxy M53’s new high-resolution 108MP sensor captures incredible details, while 12MP binning shots bring more light into the dark. In addition, the Hybrid Optic Zoom effortlessly captures far-away objects, and the Big Pixel Sensor eliminates noise for improved clarity.
The primary camera’s Nona-binning technology enables you to capture crisp images in low-light circumstances.
The edit is where you’ll find satisfaction. With the Object eraser, you may remove undesired items, strangers in the background, and more.
Galaxy M53 5G includes flagship-inspired features such as Single Take, which produces up to 10 outputs in a single shot and Photo Remaster, which helps you record even more amazing images and videos.
Face. In the limelight .You can capture the subtle details that distinguish each face with the AI-powered dual-lens camera, which includes wide and depth lenses. Use bokeh effects to gently blur the background while highlighting the details that bring the frame to life.
The Galaxy M53 5G analyses your phone usage patterns to give additional virtual RAM, allowing you to multitask and run apps smoothly.
A cinematic view of your surroundings, says Samsung. I agree with them.
The immersive 6.7-inch Infinity-O Display lets you see more. Its nearly bezel-less design delivers a wider aspect ratio for a larger, better view. With the FHD+ Super AMOLED Plus display, you can enjoy everything you love in rich and true-to-life colour even in bright sunlight.
Scrolling is quite smooth.
Watch anything on your Galaxy’s 120Hz Super AMOLED Plus display to experience silky smooth viewing with reduced blur, more details, and brilliant contrast.
But there’s more to this phone than meets the eye. Its Vapour Cooling Chamber ensures that no matter how much you use it, your Galaxy M53 5G will not overheat.
Simply put, whenever you want to enjoy extended video conversations or test your gaming skills all day, the Vapour Cooling Chamber will keep your Galaxy M53 5G ultra cool, allowing you to use it anywhere, anytime!
What’s more, you might wonder. With Dolby Atmos compatibility, the Galaxy M53 5G will take you by surprise, boosting your leisure and enjoyment time with true theatrical sound. It also has a large 5000mAh battery with reverse charging and 25W fast charging, which can keep your phone running for hours.
Dolby Atmos takes your listening experience to new heights. You’ll hear sound that’s full, booming, and seems to surround you in the action with Dolby Atmos. With cinematic sound that immerses you in the scenario, take movie night or your favourite games to the next level.
A 5,000mAh (typical)1 battery allows you to spend longer time watching, sharing, gaming, and other activities. Quickly charge your Galaxy with up to 25W Super Fast Charging and use adaptive power saving to improve battery life.
Samsung Knox, which is built into the phone’s hardware and software from the beginning, safeguards your phone from the moment it is turned on. It protects your most sensitive information from malware and dangerous attacks with multi-layered protection.
The human body is exposed to radiation all the time. There are many factors that can increase the amount of radiation a person is exposed to. These include smoking, drinking, medical procedures, and the use of electronic devices.
The use of low-radiation devices in homes and offices is becoming more popular because they emit less radiation than their counterparts. This can be a major benefit for people who are trying to avoid exposure to high-radiation levels.
Low-radiation devices emit less than 0.01 milliroentgen per hour (mR/hr), which is about one-tenth as much as normal radon levels in homes and buildings
The radiation emitted from your phone is important to consider. The radiation level of a cell phone can be used as a health risk indicator.
There are many factors that can affect the amount of radiation emitted by your phone, including the type of material in the casing, how long you use it, and even where you’re using it. For example, if you’re using your phone in an area with a lot of metal – such as on an airplane – then you’ll likely have more exposure to RF than if you were using your phone in an area with less metal like at home.
Radiation from cell phones is a growing concern for health and safety. One of the ways to reduce radiation exposure is to use low-radiation smartphones that emit less radiation than their predecessors.
Many people are unaware of the risks associated with cell phone radiation and how it can affect your health. In order to reduce your exposure, you should use a low-radiation smartphone like an iPhone XR instead of an iPhone XS or one with a lower power rating like the Samsung Galaxy A20e.
Cell phones are a miracle invention. They have made our lives easier in so many ways. However, there is a downside to having one – it emits radiation.
To mitigate your risks of cell phone radiation, you can opt for a non-smart phone that has less radiation potential or use a headset with the earpiece positioned away from your head. You should also avoid using your phone when it’s charging and never carry it in your pocket or purse.
The 5 Best Ways to Mitigate the Risks of Cell Phones:
1) Use an old-fashioned landline instead of a cell phone
2) Avoid using your cell phone when you’re sleeping
3) Keep the screen turned off while you’re on calls
4) Charge your battery overnight
Mobile phone radiation is a serious health concern. It can cause some serious damage to your body and brain. The negative effects of mobile phone radiation on your body include:
DNA damage in sperm and eggs
Cancerous tumors in the brain, lungs, liver, and other organs
It is important that you use your mobile phone responsibly while pregnant.
Radiation from a smartphone actually is when making a call has not yet been conclusively clarified. As a precautionary measure, however, there are limit values that manufacturers must adhere to. Because one thing is certain: mobile communications use high-frequency electromagnetic fields, some of the energy of which is absorbed by the head when telephoning.
This is called the specific absorption rate (SAR), which is measured in watts per kilogram. The limit for smartphones is 2 watts per kilogram.
The value is set very high for modern smartphones, and there is no smartphone that reaches this limit, even if some smartphones come very close to this SAR value. The Motorola Edge, for example, is 1.79 W/kg, the ZTE Axon 11 5G is 1.60 W/kg and the Google Pixel 4a is still 1.37 W/kg.
Smartphones with the lowest radiation exposure (SAR value)
Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra – Photo courtesy of Samsung
Samsung has officially confirmed the removal of the Galaxy Note brand.
This was confirmed by Ro Tai Moon, head of Samsung’s mobile phone division, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
He told reporters that the Galaxy Note will now come as Ultra, referring to the recently introduced Galaxy S22 Ultra.
By the way, this news is not surprising as Samsung has not introduced the Galaxy Note model since 2020.
Now the Galaxy S22 Ultra has stylus support just like any note device.
It has everything that a Galaxy Note can have, just the name Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The first Galaxy Note phone was introduced in 2011 with a 5.3-inch display that looks small today but was the largest at the time with the introduction of new technology in the form of Stylus or S Pen. Was done
The main reason for ending the Note series is foldable phones and this decision is understandable.
In 2019, 12.7 million units of the Galaxy Note 10 were sold, while in 2020, 9.7 million models of the Galaxy Note 20 were sold.
By contrast, the Galaxy Z Fold has sold 13 million units.
The end of the Galaxy Note brand will be the end of an era of smartphones, but in the form of the S22 Ultra, it will survive to some extent
The combination of powerful Arm CPUs and a large L3 cache makes it a powerful machine. MediaTek recommends it for everyday mobile gamers. Those who look for a midrange smartphone can check Galaxy A22 too. It will provide them great processing power for their daily needs.
People widely use their smartphones to play videos,, stream their favorite movies will find this phone a great machine as it is fitted with Arm Mali-G52 class graphics processor. The speed of this processor can reach up to 950MHz. This combination of processors and GPU will give superb performance.
The 16.23cm (6.4″) Infinity-U Display is awesome. It is HD+ Super AMOLED display with 600 nits. It means you can watch clearly screen content in a broad daylight. The 90Hz refresh rate will offer your smooth scrolly.
Superb 48 MP main camera
Samsung has given multi-camera systems to Galaxy A22 that use wide-angle, telescopic, macro, or other lenses. This setup helps in making different cameras perform their functions.
AI Face ID (Face Unlock), AI Smart Photo Album, Single-Cam/Dual-Cam Bokeh; Hardware Warping Engine (EIS); Rolling Shutter Compensation (RSC) engine; MEMA 3DNR; Multi-Frame Noise reduction.
Fast AI performance helps AI-Camera its tasks efficiently. Tasks like object recognization, scene detection, and background removal, and bokeh-shots are easily performed by Galaxy A22 users.
OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) feature can help smartphone users take take smooth videos and sharp pictures. This feature also helps pull in more light for low-light shots.
Capture tiny details with Macro Camera
Get in close with the 2MP Macro Camera and capture vivid details. The natural bokeh effect also helps your subject stand out from the background.
Bring the focus to the front with Depth Camera
The 2MP Depth Camera lets you adjust the depth of field in your photos. Adjust the background blur for high-quality portrait shots that make your subject truly stand out.
Keep going with a powerful battery
Stay ahead of the day with a battery that won’t slow you down. The 5,000mAh (typical)¹ battery lets you keep doing what you do, for hours on end. And with up to 15W of Adaptive Fast Charging, Galaxy A22 quickly gets back to full power.
Samsung has just launched its newest low-cost cell phone in India, the Samsung Galaxy A03 , but taking the name of the entry-level segment to the letter and being sold at an extremely low price.
Keeping the design and specifications of the model available on national soil, the Galaxy A03 offers a set of two rear cameras with a 48 MP main sensor and a 2 MP auxiliary lens for depth data calculation.
The model adopts a 6.5-inch LCD display with HD+ resolution (1600 x 720 pixels), a common refresh rate of 60 Hz and a drop notch at the top of the screen to house the 5 MP front camera.
With a 5,000 mAh battery, the device is powered by the Unisoc T606 chipset with eight cores at up to 1.6 GHz and is sold in India in two memory configurations: 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage or 4 GB + 64 GB.
The Unisoc T606 chipset is an entry processor. It has two ARM Cortex A75 cores at up to 1.6 GHz and six power-efficient ARM Cortex A55 cores at up to 1.6 GHz(notebookcheck.net).
The chipset is equipped with a 3-core ISP image signal processor with 14 bit image processing channels. It does it work in an efficient way.
With the Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung has presented a very decent cell phone. Shortly after the start, however, reports from annoyed users increased – because the display has difficulties with the refresh rate. However, these could be eliminated with a software update. Galaxy S21
With the Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung has not opted for a variable frame rate. Instead, either 60 or 120 Hertz is used. This is exactly where an error crept in, as user reports suggest. The refresh rate of the AMOLED display sometimes slips below 60 Hertz, which makes every animation appear slow (source: SamMobile).
Affected users are currently using a simple interim solution. It is therefore already sufficient to switch the screen off briefly and then on again. But since this can be a bit annoying in everyday life, users are now hoping for a real solution from Samsung. This could be provided in the form of a small software update. Whether and when this will appear is not yet certain. Luckily there is no hardware problem.
We all know that Samsung has unveiled brand smartphones in the Galaxy S22 series. The company released new software with the new models with great enhancement.
The company has now decided to bring update to the Galaxy S21 model.s
Samsung Galaxy S21 will soon receive “One UI 4.1” software
Although the the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra has officially not come out in the market yet. It is reported that Samsung is working to bring the updated software to models like the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra.
Android Central has reported that the company will roll out the updated software in the USA this week.
Some of the improvements in Samsung’s One UI 4.1 include:
The camera app Pro mode can be used for all sensors.
Night mode and the ultra wide-angle camera can be used in third-party apps.
The virtual main memory “RAM Plus” can be set individually. Instead of always getting an extra 4 GB by default, you can now choose from 2, 6 and 8 GB.
“One UI 4.1” also improves multitasking, not on smartphones but on tablets. An update for older Samsung tablets should also come.
In the video, Samsung presents the most important improvements:
However, it would also be possible for the update to come together with the March update. But that should also happen in the next week or two. Either way, Samsung brings the Galaxy S21 from the software to the level of the Galaxy S22 – and much faster than expected
Owners of Galaxy S22 Ultra has revealed this issue with their smartphones on Reddit. They wrote in their posts they saw horizontal pixelated line when they ran videos and games in QHD mode. This line did not appear when viewed contents on their smartphones.
Some users wrote that the line disappeared when they switched Galaxy S22 from QHD to FHD mode.
I exact cause of the issue still not care. Whether it an hardware or software issue.
Sammobile opined that it could be a software issue because changing from FHD to QHD fixed the issue. They expected a software fix soon.
9TO5GOOGLE suggested it could be a hardware issue.
Smartphones have become an integral part of our personal and professional lives. We use it for personal things like photography, video making, and video chat, streaming our favorite movies and playing our favorite games.
The above-mentioned activities require us to smartphones with great processor power to provide us better performance in our work and play.
Samsung has provided the first-ever 4nm processor on Galaxy S22 and S22+ smartphones. This powerful processor smooth carries out all the most advanced AI and ML processing and gives us the unrivalled performance for our streaming and productivity needs.
Processors will vary depending on country and carrier.
It is said that in India. Devices have been launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
The above-mentioned processors require a lot of power. Samsung has provided Galaxy S22 with 3700mAh(typical) battery and 25W fasting charging support. Galaxy S22+ comes with 4500 mAh(typical) battery with 45W fast charging support. It means you will not have to worry about battery drain.
Galaxy S22 and S22+’s comes with beautiful Dynamic AMOLED5 2X displays. It has been built and designed in such a way that you will enjoy your streaming and gaming.
Galaxy S22 has premium 6.1-inch display and Galaxy comes S22+’s 6.6-inch. These displays have been built using intelligent Vision Booster technology. This technology helps display adjust themselves to the he lighting around you and enhances the color contrast.
Plus, hardware performance enhancements have improved display brightness — S22 has a peak brightness of 1,300nits while S22+ features a peak of 1,750nits.