MWC 2015 had some pretty impressive announcements, but nothing as high-profile as the Galaxy S6. Here’s the thing, though — the next Samsung flagship smartphone has a huge improvement in one crucial, but under-appreciated area.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and its S6 Edge counterpart will be the first released in Australia to feature UFS 2.0, a brand new flash memory standard that is at least three times faster than the eMMC 5.0 and 5.1 used in current and last-generation phones like the LG G3, HTC One M8, Samsung’s own Galaxy S5 and even the relatively new Galaxy Note 4.
The difference isn’t just incremental, it’s enormous. When you’re talking theoretical numbers of 250MBps for eMMC 5.1 and a massive 725MBps for UFS 2.0, that’s a threefold increase in potential performance just from one aspect of the smartphone — not even taking into account similar improvements with the S6′s octa-core Exynos 2.1GHz + 1.5GHz processor and LPDDR4 RAM. This is quantum leap stuff. Continue reading The Samsung Galaxy S6’s genuinely surprising! Three times faster than competitors.
For the past couple of years, Samsung has led the Android world in terms of technology and innovation, and among its greatest creations are the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series.
Through those years, the Korean company has also partnered with a number of chipmakers, including MediaTek and Qualcomm.
However, some of the more recent devices from Samsung include its own homemade Exynos chips. Now, in a new report, it appears the Korean manufacturer is now developing among the world’s thinnest chipsets designed for mobile devices.
Several weeks after Samsung announced its newest octa-core Exynos 7620 chips, rumors are now pointing that a new version is under way.
Currently, the Exynos 7620 chipsets measure only 14nm thin, which is already very thin compared to today’s standards. In the report by GSM Arena, Samsung may be preparing a 10nm Exynos.
In the report, the new chipset is a step forward the NAND and DRAM flash chips, which are capable of storing more memory in the same size.
* NOTE: There was a error made in the video at 4:03-5:03 stating what the 2 holes in the top front portion of the case are for, This is what was told to me when I called Otterbox however I got contacted by Otterbox after the video was uploaded and they stated that the correct reason why the 2 holes are there are to accommodate the 2 ambient light sensors, my apologies for any confusion this may have caused.
In this video I answer several questions that always need to be answered when it comes to the release of a new Otterbox Defender case and also some questions pertaining specifically to the case featured in todays video and those questions are:
1.Does the built in screen protector interfere with the touch sensitivity of the touch screen?
2.Does the Finger Print Scanner/Touch ID still work even though theres a screen protector type film over the home button?
3.What are the 2 holes for on the front of the Defender Series Case for the iPad Air 2?
4.Is the case worth the $89.99 price tag?
Be sure to check out the “Full Review” of the Otterbox Defender Series Case above for the iPad Air 2 and don’t forget to drop a big thumbs up and comment down below & also shares are noticed & appreciated!