Right before ten years, Samsung launched its first Galaxy phone GT-I7500 in the Universe of Smartphones. The rapid sales of these Galaxy Devices made Samsung the world’s largest smartphone vendor. Through the decade, Samsung has succeeded in the journey of innovation, creativity, and inspiration. 2020 has opened another Pandora’s box for Samsung as it will employ tons of the latest cutting-edge technology. Get ready for another high-end technology year…
Samsung has been famous for choosing the latest technologies and innovations in their gadgets. We’ve enlisted all the top-notch technologies, Samsung has been using in the best of its phones:
Samsung has brought a 5G network to expand its large-scale portfolio. This latest technology will enter into the next generation of telecommunications in 2020. In 2019, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Had the goal of shipping around 6.7 million 5G Galaxy phones globally. It provided consumers with a high-end experience of speed and performance. Right now, Samsung Galaxy is working over some major 5G flagships including:
- Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G
- Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G
- Samsung Galaxy A90 5G
Samsung worked over its foldable for really long but 2019 was the year when the fantasy turned into reality. After so many rumours, Samsung launched the awaited Samsung Fold- the first-ever foldable phone by the company. The Foldable pioneer featured six cameras, two displays, and a latest folding screen. Now, these foldable tech smartphones are collaborating with 5G network and many new gadgets are coming this year.
The Progress of the Notch
A notch is basically a cut-out on the top, introduced in the year 2019. The full-view display technology started a lineup of designing. It allows smartphone displays to draw out more screen space. It was first introduced in Essential Phone PH1 in 2017 even before iPhone X. Samsung sent the first fleet of Notch Display smartphones 2019 with M Series in samsung mobile phones. Two smartphones M10 and M20 were launched with the latest designing and till now it has evolved into dot-notch in S and Note series.
More camera lenses
Multiple camera lenses are not new, of course. It first surfaced in 2011on HTC Evo 3D. As the name proposes, it had the feature of capturing 3D pictures. Samsung began its range of multiple camera lenses in 2017 with its flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It was an extravagant gadget with dual camera setup: 12 MP, f/1.7, 26mm (wide), 1/2.55″ and 12 MP, f/2.4, 52mm (telephoto), 1/3.6 with 2x optical zoom. Not to forget that Note 8 has the front camera as well.
Now, this technology is getting vast with more and more cameras. In the latest Samsung flagship, dual front cameras are offered with the Quad rear camera setups.
One UI 2
New Samsung flagships are seen working over now. It’s anticipated to be a more refined version of a user interface used in S10 and Note 10 this year. Samsung Galaxy Fold has pioneered this feature and it has the best of technologies within. This technology is the successor of One UI 1 which was used in previous Samsung smartphones. The latest One UI 2 will feature:
- Clarified Visual Language
- Frequently used apps and features on fingertips
- Notifications take lesser space of the screen
- Smarter Dark Mode
- Customizable display screen and so much more!
Samsung has remained the epitome of technology for a decade now. It has introduced the world’s best technologies and innovations which were never used before. This south-Korean company has stylishly combined quality with extravagance. All of the innovations mentioned above has boosted the standard market of Samsung worldwide. Hence, it won’t be wrong to call Samsung a hub of global technology and innovation.
Author bio: Anna Watson is a graduate from San Diego State University and a blogger online. She loves to write about tech, business, marketing, and many more.