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Day: November 28, 2018

News

First Galaxy S10 Exynos 9820 benchmark looks promising

The first Galaxy S10 Exynos 9820 benchmark appeared online today. The SM-G975F model of Samsung’s upcoming flagship has surfaced on AnTuTu. It’s internally referred to as “beyond2” and may be branded as the Galaxy S10+ when it’s released. Samsung’s Exynos 9820 processor will power the Galaxy S10. Samsung officially announced it two weeks ago. It features a fourth-generation […]

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Samsung is reportedly investing $40 million in Niantic for Galaxy-exclusive games

According to a report in The Inquirer, Samsung is reportedly investing £31 million (~$40 million) in Niantic, creator of Ingress and Pokémon Go, for Galaxy-exclusive games. The deal supposedly involves pre-loading Niantic’s games on Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones and may be announced in the next few weeks according to a source quoted in the report. The main […]

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No one knows the date for phase two of the Galaxy S9 Android Pie beta program

Recently, we have been getting many comments and emails asking when the Galaxy S9 Android Pie beta program will start in countries like the UK and India. And our answer is: No one knows. That’s the disappointing truth, and this is how it has worked with previous betas as well. Samsung has never offered a concrete date […]

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Galaxy Note 9 One UI/Android 9 beta program registration open in the US

Here it comes, folks. Samsung has opened up the One UI (Android Pie) beta program to Galaxy Note 9 owners in the US. Before you get excited, let’s just say that the company is now allowing users of the unlocked model to register for the beta. The actual update is yet to start rolling out, although […]

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Photography

Understanding Focus in Photography

One important technique to understand in photography, especially when you’re starting out, is the concept of focus. If you don’t focus properly, you will end up with blurry photos even when all your other camera settings are correct. Focusing can be easy or difficult depending on your subject, like a nonmoving landscape versus a fast-moving bird […]

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