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Samsung Galaxy S20 accessories: Check out our 8 favorites


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The Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones have just been revealed. The latest flagship handsets from Samsung include powerful processors, lots of memory, huge camera improvements and much more. If you’re planning on picking up the S20 or one of its variants, you might want to also consider picking up some accessories to go with your new phone.  Some might want to pick up some wireless headphones or earbuds, and others might want to grab a wireless charging pad.

There are plenty of Samsung Galaxy S20 accessories to choose from, and we have our picks for the best ones you can buy.

Best Galaxy S20 accessories

1. Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus

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During the Samsung Unpacked event, the company also announced its newest wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Plus. They are the successor to the older Galaxy Buds and have a similar design. The new earbuds will have features like Qi wireless charging and most importantly, 11-hour battery life. That’s nearly double the six-hour battery life for the older models. You can access Spotify directly from these new earbuds. You also have the choice of getting the Galaxy Buds Plus in red, blue, white, or black colors. Hopefully, the sound quality and other features will make buyers forget about the lack of a headphone jack in the S20 phones.

Read more: Best wireless earbuds

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The new Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus boast the same design as the originals, now with improved battery life, Spotify integration, and quicker fast charging.


2. Samsung Wireless Charger Duo PadWireless Duo Pad Fast Charge 2 press render

If you get one of the new Galaxy S20 smartphones and the new Galaxy Buds Plus, you will want a central place to charge them both. The Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad is the perfect Galaxy S20 accessory for that combo. The pad lets the Galaxy S20 charge up to 12W wirelessly, and there’s a dedicated area to charge your new Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. The LED indicator lights let you know when devices are charging and when they reach 100%.

Read more: Best Samsung Galaxy chargers

3. Samsung 45W charger for Galaxy S20 Ultra

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If you buy the most expensive member of the Galaxy S20 family, the S20 Ultra, you will be happy to know it supports fast 45W wired charging. The bad news? The phone only comes with a 25W wired charger in the box. In order to get the full 45W experience, you will have to buy the supported charger separately. It’s available now on Amazon for $ 39 in white, and $ 50 in black.

4. Samsung Galaxy Fit

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If you want an affordable fitness wearable to go with your Galaxy S20, the Samsung Galaxy Fit is the perfect choice. It has a small rectangular AMOLED display. It also has a heart rate monitor, gyroscope, and accelerometer onboard. The Galaxy Fit series runs on Realtime OS. Samsung says this will provide an easy-to-use software experience, with support for smartphone notifications, alarms, calendar alerts, and weather.

Read more: Best fitness trackers


5. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2

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If you want a true smartwatch with fitness features for your new Galaxy S20, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 is the one to get. The latest watch sports an optical heart rate sensor, a built-in GPS, an NFC chip for Samsung Pay, a 5ATM water resistance rating, as well as a MIL-STD-810G rating and IP68 certification. It also supports Bluetooth 4.2m NFC, Wi-Fi, and there is an LTE option. Unfortunately, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 doesn’t come with a rotating dial like other Samsung watches.

Read more: Best smartwatches


6. Samsung Galaxy S20 cases and screen protectors

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There are already a bunch of third-party cases on sale for the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20 Plus, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra. They have a wide range of different styles and protection. You can get an ultra-thin case such as the ones made by MNML, leather wallet cases like the ones from FYY, or the heavy-duty dual-layer protection models like the ones made by Ringke.

There’s also a bunch of screen protectors available, again for the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra phones. They should keep your touchscreen safe from scratches or falls. More cases and screen protectors for those phones will be added in the coming weeks and months, and we will update our lists accordingly.


7. SanDisk microSD cards

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The Galaxy S20 series may have lost the headphone jack, but the new phones still support adding more storage via its microSD card slot, up to 1TB of extra space  The ones made by SanDisk are among our favorites. They are one of the first companies to introduce microSD cards with the A1 rating, and these Class 10 UHS 1 microSD cards are some of the best options if you are looking for fast app performance. The 16GB and 32GB versions of the cards offer maximum transfer speeds up to 98MBps, while the higher storage versions, going all the way up to 512GB, bump that up to 100MBps.

Read more: Best microSD cards


8. Anker PowerCore Slim 10,000mAh battery pack

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If you want an external battery pack for your S20, there are tons of them to choose from. Anker makes some of the best battery packs, including their PowerCore Slim 10,000mAh model. It’s designed to be thin and light, so you should be able to take it anywhere. However, it also has a large 10,000mAh battery, which means you can charge your Galaxy S20 phone at least twice with its USB-C port.

Read more: Best portable battery chargers

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The Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra are super-premium 5G smartphones from the South Korean company. No matter what you’re looking for, the Galaxy S20 line likely has something to suit your needs.


Which of these Samsung Galaxy S20 accessories do you plan to pick up alongside these new smartphones? Let us know in the comments and check out our related Galaxy S20 coverage below.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip gets its first official teaser ad during the Oscars


The existence of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has been leaked via video and renders well before Tuesday’s big Samsung Unpacked press event. However, the company has now decided to run an official teaser TV ad for the upcoming foldable phone two days before that event. The commercial was first shown during ABC’s telecast of the Oscars.

While the ad doesn’t actually show the name of this phone, it’s clear the device is the clamshell-based Galaxy Z Flip. As reposted on the It’s me CL YouTube channel, the commercial shows the smartphone opening up to its full-screen length. It then shows how the camera app can be used to place the subject on the top screen, while the bottom screen can be placed flat on a surface to take a photo.

The ad also shows the small secondary screen when the Galaxy Z Flip is closed that can be used for phone notifications. One interesting thing about the commercial is that there’s a small disclaimer on the bottom that says people may “notice a crease at the center of the main screen”, which Samsung says is a “natural characteristic of the screen”. It’s obvious that Samsung is trying to head off complaints about visible creases on the Galaxy Z Flip.

The ad concludes with the February 11 date for the Samsung Unpacked event, where we will presumably get a full and official reveal of Samsung’s new foldable. You can check out what has been unofficially leaked about this foldable phone at our Galaxy Z Flip page. Stay tuned as we will have full coverage of the Samsung Unpacked press event on Tuesday.

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Samsung reveals Galaxy Fold sales numbers, and they’re pretty respectable


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Today, Samsung Electronic’s President Young Sohn revealed on stage for the first time some Samsung Galaxy Fold sales figures. The announcement came during the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin event (via TechCrunch).

According to Young Sohn, Samsung has sold at least 1 million Galaxy Fold devices globally.

“And I think that the point is, we’re selling [a] million of these products,” Sohn said on stage. “There’s a million people that want to use this product at $ 2,000.”

Apparently, Sohn felt comfortable dishing the Samsung Galaxy Fold sales numbers to help emphasize that there is, in fact, a market for incredibly expensive smartphones. The Galaxy Fold starts at $ 1,980 for the 4G LTE version here in the United States, and the 5G variant — which isn’t available in the US — starts at 2.398 million Korean won (~$ 2,038.60).

Related: Samsung Galaxy Fold review: Day 4 — The epic conclusion and verdict

We know for a fact that the phone’s high price isn’t scaring away Canadian buyers. An official Samsung partner revealed to Android Authority today that Canada is almost completely sold out of Galaxy Fold devices, and the phone only hit store shelves on December 6. In Canada, the Fold starts at CA$ 2,600 (~$ 1,972.67).

While these Samsung Galaxy Fold sales numbers seem to be pretty strong, they obviously are nothing when compared to Samsung’s primary flagship lines, such as the Samsung Galaxy S10 family. Halfway through 2019, Samsung had already moved 16 million devices in the S10 family, which includes the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G.

Still, these Samsung Galaxy Fold sales numbers do tell an interesting story: even with an incredibly high price tag and a disastrous launch, Samsung can still sell a million units of an innovative smartphone.

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Samsung One UI 2.0 beta: These are the next countries to get access


Got a Galaxy Note 10 series phone? Then the One UI 2.0 beta is available for you in some countries.

Samsung’s One UI 2.0 beta program is already available in Germany, South Korea, and the US, giving Galaxy S10 and Note 10 users a taste of Android 10.

It’s not quite a widespread beta initiative then, but SamMobile reports that the beta program will soon land in six more countries.

According to the outlet, the Samsung One UI 2.0 beta will open up to users in China, France, India, Poland, Spain, and the UK. It hasn’t disclosed a specific launch date for these markets, beyond saying it will launch in the “near future.”

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One UI 2.0 introduces an improved dark mode, automatic color adjustments for text on the lock screen, and tweaked notification designs. Samsung’s latest Android skin also serves up a focus mode and a tweaked device care menu (for storage and battery management).

The new version of One UI also reportedly adds Google’s navigation gestures, screen recorder functionality (on the S10 series), and new animations.

News of the beta comes as Xiaomi reveals its MIUI 11 rollout plans for India, with devices set to get the update from this month. Which Android skin do you prefer? Give us your pick in the comments below!

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Samsung Pay Cash is a new virtual prepaid card to help you control your expenses


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When you have a payment wallet, you tend to make impulsive buys just because it’s quick and easy. Services like Samsung Pay make it simpler by enabling contactless payments. Now, Samsung is introducing a new feature to its payments platform called Samsung Pay Cash.

Samsung Pay Cash is a virtual prepaid cash card that you can load up with money and use just like Samsung Pay. It is a result of Samsung’s partnership with Mastercard and Netspend.

The difference between Samsung Pay and the new prepaid card is that unlike the former which gives you unlimited access to funds in your bank account, Samsung Pay Cash can only be used for the set amount loaded in the virtual card.

The new feature will work anywhere Samsung Pay and Mastercard is accepted for contactless payments and magnetic stripe cards. It can even be used for payments on ecommerce platforms.

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The card can be topped up using a debit card, credit card, or bank transfer. You will be restricted from spending more than the pre-loaded amount in the virtual card. Samsung says your funds never expire, and there’s no fee for inactivity.

Since the virtual card resides within Samsung Pay itself, it will be protected by Samsung’s Knox security. Knox secures payments by encrypting and securing transactional data on your phone.

The company is offering a limited-time $ 5 credit in your Samsung Pay Cash account once you complete your registration. It is valid till October 15, 2019 for the first 20,000 qualifying Samsung Pay Card users.

The new feature will only work with Samsung Pay on the Galaxy S6 and above devices.

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The Samsung Galaxy Fold doesn’t need to beat the Huawei Mate X to market


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The Samsung Galaxy Fold was already a controversial smartphone well before review units of the device were sent out earlier this week. Much was made about how the phone itself was highly expensive — nearly $ 2,000 — and that it had a very visible crease in the middle of its display when in unfolded tablet mode.

However, it’s safe to say none of us were prepared for the rush of Galaxy Fold screen failure reports that hit the interwebs on Wednesday. Media outlets like CNBC, The Verge, and Bloomberg, along with popular YouTube tech reviewer MKBHD, all reported that the larger inside screen stopped working after only a day or two.

The Samsung Galaxy Fold up close and with a bump under the display. The Verge

While at least a couple of these units failed because a protective film on the display was removed, it looks like the screens on the Galaxy Fold units given to CNBC and The Verge failed because the displays themselves broke down. Check out this commentary from our colleague Scott Adam Gordon for more information.

Samsung has already announced it plans to “thoroughly inspect these units in person to determine the cause of the matter.” However, it also indicated that the April 26 launch date for the Galaxy Fold will go on as scheduled. This doesn’t sound like a good idea at all. It leaves Samsung open to potentially getting a lot more of these display failures with consumer units.

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It’s impossible not to think about how Samsung responded to the battery failures on the Galaxy Note 7 when you think about this current situation. The good news is the Fold doesn’t seem to be at risk of causing fires and massive destruction to property because of its display issues. However, we are still talking about one of the most expensive phones ever made for general consumers. The fact that Samsung seems to be hell bent on moving forward with the Galaxy Fold launch seems irresponsible.

A damper on the foldable phone trend?

Folded Huawei Mate X with Dgit on display

At the moment, we only have one other confirmed launch for a foldable phone in 2019: the Huawei Mate X. It’s design is different than the Galaxy Fold, with an outward folding form factor. However, some people seem to prefer its design over that of the Galaxy Fold. At the moment, the Huawei Mate X is due for release sometime this summer in Europe, for a price that’s actually more than the Galaxy Fold at 2,299 euros (~$ 2,600). However, we have already seen that Samsung has sold out of its first shipments of the nearly $ 2,000 Galaxy Fold so the high price of the Mate X might not be a huge obstacle.

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Android Authority contacted Huawei for comment on the Galaxy Fold issues. The company declined to offer a comment.

Breaking in new technology and design features in a smartphone can sometimes be a hit-or-miss proposition. At the moment, it looks like Samsung is trying to rush out the Galaxy Fold before it’s fully ready, just to beat the Mate X to market. (To be fair, the Royole FlexPai actually came to market a few months before the Galaxy Fold as the first flexible display smartphone, but in a very limited capacity).

The Galaxy Fold needs a time out, for now

Samsung could survive a launch of the Galaxy Fold, at least financially, if it had to recall the device later, as Scott suggested in his article. But that doesn’t mean the company should release a faulty phone.

Samsung should take a step back and reevaluate its release strategy for the Galaxy Fold. There’s no harm in delaying the launch to make sure that the faulty units sent to media outlets were outliers. If the company decides to continue with the launch, and then many more screen failures are found by regular consumers, that will give Huawei a ton of free PR for the launch of the Mate X later this year. It could claim, and quite accurately, that it didn’t want to rush its foldable phone out until it was ready.

This whole situation with the Galaxy Fold is a bit of a shame. Despite the high current costs and the possible design issues, foldable phones could be one of the most promising trends in this industry. Making a device that works as a smaller phone and expands to a larger tablet for more serious work is a no-brainer.

It’s more important to be the best, not the first.

We have been promised foldable phones for literally years, but the practical and reliable technology to go along with that promise always seemed to be just out of reach. Samsung may have felt pressure to get the Galaxy Fold out earlier than planned due to the release of the Huawei Mate X. That pressure may have caused more hardware problems than Samsung could overcome at this stage.

As most people know, rushing things out before they are ready is almost never a good thing in any business endeavor. It’s sometimes a good idea to be first, but it’s always a good thing to be best.

Next: Expecting water resistance from the Galaxy Fold is ridiculous

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Samsung talks up faster UFS memory


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After switching over from eMMC to UFS memory in its flagship smartphones last year, Samsung is now sketching out how it sees the future of memory in smartphones and IoT devices. Ever faster data speeds, 8K cameras, and virtual reality were just some of the tantalising benefits listed off.

Speaking at the Mobile & IoT 2016 Forum held in Seoul, Cho Hee-chang, a senior research fellow at the Memory Business Division at Samsung Electronics, explained that the 1.2GBps transfer speeds of UFS 2.0 and 2.1 are expected to leap to 2.4GBps in the first half of 2018. Samsung’s current 256GB UFS memory modules boast a speed of 850MBps, so we’re looking at an even greater speed increase in the next couple of years.

Cho expects that there will be 50 billion connected devices online come 2020, and that a growing number of them will make use of this faster storage technology. 4K and 8K camera equipped drones and the rise of VR devices were given as some potential growth areas outside of smartphones where Samsung expects to see UFS memory take off. Of course, we’re likely to see UFS trickle down to Samsug’s mid-range smartphones in the coming years too.

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Along with internal memory chips, Samsung recently unveiled its UFS external memory cards, which boast similarly impressive data speeds. The company also announced that it has developed a new memory card tray that works with upcoming UFS cards and existing microSD cards. Samsung is clearly convinced that UFS memory is going to be at the heart of future consumer electronics, and I’m sure that we’ll see more manufacturers begin to make use of it in the future.

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Samsung explains how the Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner works


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The just released Galaxy Note 7 has become the first handset from Samsung to feature iris scanning technology, which could possibly pave the way for the company to do away with other security methods, such as PIN, pattern, simple swipe, and even fingerprint, even if that is quite unlikely.

With iris scanning arriving in the Galaxy Note 7, you don’t need to touch the device to verify your identity and can access the phone by just looking at the screen. Our tests with the iris scanner in the were pretty positive, particularly given the number of times we have seen the same security feature in other devices failing to respond, or proving unreliable.

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For the uninitiated, iris scanning uses mathematical pattern recognition of images of the iris – the thin, colored ring of your eye that opens and shuts the pupil to regulate the amount of light reaching the retina. Just like your fingerprints, your iris pattern is also uniquely different and cannot be changed or replicated, making devices with iris scanning technology highly secure.

Now, in a post on its website, Samsung explains the hardware and technology behind its iris scanner in the Galaxy Note 7. According to the company, the device stores your registered iris information as an encrypted code safely in its hardware using its KNOX security platform. Whenever you want to access content, such as a protected app, the device first captures your iris pattern for recognition, extracts and digitizes it, and then proceeds to match it with the encrypted code to provide access. You can be sure that no one else apart from you can access your device in case it is stolen or lost because the Note 7 registers the iris information of only one person.

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Samsung has made all this possible by including a dedicated iris camera for recognizing the composition of the user’s eyeballs. The dedicated iris camera uses a special image filter to receive and recognize the reflected images of the irises through an infrared light on the other end of that panel. The light emitted from the Galaxy Note 7’s display allows the scanner to receive data even in low light environments.

Along with iris scanning technology, the Galaxy Note 7 offers a separate Secure Folder for storing private apps and files that can be accessed using your fingerprint, iris scanner, pattern, or PIN. You can use the Secure Folder to keep your private and personal information, like your banking details, completely separate on the device, as well as block access to specific games or content for children. If this sounds familiar to you, that’s because it is similar to Samsung’s KNOX security platform found on its other devices that allows you to manage two different profiles for work and normal usage.

The Note 7 also brings Samsung Pass, a security feature which you can use to log into websites on the Samsung Internet Browser using biometric authentication without having to input your username and password. Samsung now plans to partner with major financial institutions such as Bank of America, Citibank and U.S. Bank to allow the integration of its iris scanner into mobile banking apps.
Even as Samsung looks to expand the use of its iris scanning technology, you can be sure that the company is likely to introduce the biometric security feature in other future devices, including its mid-range smartphones.

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Let us know in the comments below if you would like to see the Galaxy Note 7’s iris scanner in other Samsung smartphones!

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Entry level Samsung Galaxy J1 arrives in Canada


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If the Samsung Galaxy J1 were one of your high school classmates, it wouldn’t be the cheerleader who went on to get a doctorate in nanotech engineering and who dabbles in modeling when she’s not globetrotting with her rugged photographer husband. No, you’re thinking of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The Galaxy J1 is that good ‘ol boy who made solid B’s, married his high school sweetheart, and who has developed a reputation as an honest mechanic in your hometown. He might not have taken on the world, but he’s doing right by the people around him in his own humble way.

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That’s the Galaxy J1. It’s a solid entry-level device that does away with flash and flair in favor of nuts-and-bolts reliability on a budget. And now this wallet-friendly smartphone is available at major retailers and Samsung Experience Stores in Canada. You can get it in any color so long as that color is black.

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Let’s take a look at what you’re getting when you throw in your lot with the J1. The screen is 4.3 inches and and has a resolution of 800 x 480. The 1.2GHz Dual-Core Cortex A7 CPU is powered by half a gig of RAM, and it’s got 4GB of internal storage that can thankfully be expanded with microSD. The rear camera is 5MP, and the selfie-snapper is 2MP. For a device in the $ 100 to $ 150 range, you’re getting a lot of bang for your buck, honestly. Although it’s not for everyone, the device is proving to be very popular in developing smartphone markets, and it might even help Samsung secure its foothold in India.

What are your thoughts on the humble Galaxy J1? Although it’s intended as an entry level device, it seems like it would also make a good compliment to a more robust daily driver. If you’ve owned this device, let us know what your experience was like in the comments below. You might just help someone make a better purchasing decision.

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Samsung explains the Galaxy S7’s Always On Display (AOD)


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Let there be LIGHT…in the darkness. But make sure it’s ambient and not draining the battery.

When Samsung launched its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge last month, it brought forth a fortitude of features. Some were a triumphant return to form such as the inclusion of water resistance (from the Galaxy S5) and microSD card support. Others were entirely new, such as the Always On Display feature. Indeed it is this last in the list that Samsung has taken to talking about today.

In a post on its Samsung Newsroom site, the Korean conglomerate has extolled the virtues of its new screen-off-spectacle in a piece titled, fittingly, “How the Always On Display of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge Keeps You on Track”. The piece begins with a brief overview of the technology, followed by an explanation of its development.

As per Samsung’s comments, the AOD “allows users to check the time and date with ease, and also keep an eye on missed calls and message alerts, even when the phone is not in use and just on standby. And, with its variety of clocks, calendars and themes, the AOD even offers customization options.”

Perhaps the more interesting part, however, is the aforementioned history, where Samsung reveals the AOD functionality began development about three years ago. The problem of course, was in part one of power consumption. To battle such a barrage of battery bleed, several solutions were reached: (1) making liberal use of black colors which AMOLED displays don’t need to light, (2) reducing power consumption in sleep mode to 1/5 of previous models, and (3) applying a new hardware algorithm called Smart Power Saving.

The end result is that the hardware itself consumes power at different rates depending on if the phone is powered on, or in sleep mode. Samsung uses an analogy of how a car driver can opt between 2-wheel or 4-wheel drive depending on the road conditions. Likewise, with respect to the AOD itself:

Power consumption rates vary depending on the information users want to check via the AOD. The display only uses eight colors when it displays simple information, including the time and date. If more images or colors are to be displayed on the screen, then bit depth is increased to 16 million colors, requiring a little more power. This change happens automatically and seamlessly by AOD software and hardware in a harmonious way.

The last part of the piece focuses on yet another way the device makes smart use of energy efficiency: by decreasing the frame rate. The AOD has a lower refresh rate compared to normal operation. This, coupled with the relatively small AOD image itself means that battery power is preserved. Also in play are “special proximity, RGB light and accelerometer sensors work to automatically disable the AOD in situations when users are unable to see the screen, such as when the phone is in a pocket or a bag.” This also lets the AOD itself automatically adjust its brightness.

For the full feature, be sure to visit Samsung’s website here and read all the diligent details.

 

 

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