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Mishaal Rahman
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Screenshots of new apps experience in Link to Windows.
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Mishaal Rahman 2m
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Okay, it looks like this is new, as Samsung is showing this off on stream right now.
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Replying to @MaxWinebach
Samsung's press release wasn't clear (maybe knows) on if this is actually new, but Samsung Notes can sync with Microsoft OneNote and Microsoft Outlook while Samsung Reminders can sync with Microsoft To Do and Microsoft Teams.
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In just one generation, Samsung has: * (Hopefully) fixed the display peeling issue * Added a thin layer of UTG * Improved the hinge design * Improved the STB ratio by getting rid of the notch and adding a hole-punch cutout * Made the cover display much larger * 120Hz!
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Mishaal Rahman 8m
Replying to @jcase @RDRv3 and 2 others
Probably more cost-effective to just source from third-parties. Goodix outpriced pretty much everyone when it comes to optical fingerprint scanners.
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And I believe the 120Hz display on the Tab S7+ does not support variable refresh rate like on the Note 20 Ultra and Z Fold 2. Waiting for confirmation, though! (Shouldn't be an issue because of the Tab S7+'s massive battery.)
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Mishaal Rahman 10m
Replying to @Qualcomm @GoodixTech
In case you're wondering, the Galaxy Tab S7+'s under-display fingerprint scanner is NOT 's 3D Sonic (ultrasonic) sensor. I was told it's 's optical sensor. Goodix also provided the capacitive sensor for the Tab S7's side-mounted scanner.
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Mishaal Rahman 12m
Replying to @SamsungMobile
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is a breakthrough in smartphone engineering. It's incredible what has achieved.
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Samsung says a future release of its Link to Windows app will let you run multiple apps side-by-side on your Windows 10 PC. Samsung is going all-in with its Microsoft partnership with various tie-ins to Windows: .
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Mishaal Rahman 15m
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I really like the Samsung Camera app and the new Pro video mode on the Galaxy Note 20. That zoom-in looks smoooooth! (Twitter is complaining about the video I wanted to upload here, ugh.)
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While Samsung's new Galaxy Watch 3 will undoubtedly be the best smartwatch for Android users...it's a damn shame that once again, Samsung hasn't gotten approval for ECG and blood pressure monitoring outside of South Korea.
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The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the Galaxy Z Fold 2 are the first high refresh rate mobile devices with variable refresh rate support. Hopefully, that'll lead to much better battery life.
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Mishaal Rahman 22m
Replying to @MaxWinebach
If you're watching the stream, no, Samsung hasn't fully detailed the Z Fold 2 yet. But , of course, has all the details you need right now.
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Mishaal Rahman 23m
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I'm personally the most excited for the Galaxy Tab S7+. I haven't bought an Android tablet in years, and I finally feel like there's a legit competitor to the Apple iPad Pro. 12.4" 120Hz OLED display, Snapdragon 865+, and Samsung's software? Sign me up!
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Mishaal Rahman 23m
At Galaxy Unpacked, announced 5 devices: Galaxy Note 20: Galaxy Tab S7: Galaxy Buds Live: Galaxy Watch 3: ...and the Galaxy Z Fold 2:
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Android TV Guide 7h
That's great, Google just introduced 'Cast Connect' to developers Basically, after some coding, Casting will be done inside the app installed on your ATV instead of opening an HTML5 player. Much better experience, you can fully use your remote
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Mishaal Rahman 12h
Yeah, that's a wrap, folks. Get your Galaxy Unpacked fix here.
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Mishaal Rahman 13h
Replying to @markguim
Yummy!
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Mishaal Rahman 19h
You would need to ask T-Mobile or OnePlus, sorry!
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Mishaal Rahman 19h
And already, OnePlus/T-Mobile is rolling out OxygenOS 10.5.17.IN55CB for the T-Mobile OnePlus 8 with support for T-Mobile's new standalone 5G network.
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