Samsung’s Galaxy A51 5G is currently the South Korean giant’s cheapest 5G offering in the market. That is about to change soon as the company has now announced an even more affordable Galaxy A42 5G smartphone. Samsung announced the Galaxy A42 5G on its UK website. The company’s Vice President of Sales in UK and Ireland said that it is a part of Samsung’s ongoing efforts to deliver next-generation connectivity to more people.
The Samsung Galaxy A42 5G will be priced at GBP349 (roughly Rs. 33,400) in the UK, that puts it below the Galaxy A51, which comes with the sticker price of GBP429 in the country (roughly Rs. 41,100). The Galaxy A42 5G will be powered by the recently-launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, which is said to be a step up from the
Apple has announced its newest iPhone during a September media event every year since 2012’s iPhone 5. During the 2020 Apple event last month, we got new Apple Watch and iPad models, and a bundled subscription service, but no new iPhone. That didn’t come as a complete surprise, as a delay had been rumored for months. Now, Apple is hosting a second virtual launch event on Oct. 13, where the iPhone 12 is expected to make its delayed debut. Here’s how to watch Apple’s livestream.
The iPhone isn’t the only missing-in-action update or new launch we’ve been waiting for. These are some of the things we didn’t see in September, but that might (or might not) show up before the end of the year.
“Hi, Speed,” is the title of the invite Apple sent Tuesday to media, but the general public is also invited to watch, beginning at 1 p.m. ET on Apple’s website and YouTube channel.
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The “speed,” refers to the new iPhone models, which are expected to connect to the new, faster, wireless standard of 5G, which is rolling out nationally from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. While the current 5G in the United States is not considerably
Science and innovation campus Sci-Tech Daresbury has welcomed two new international technology companies to its list of tenants.
Factorytalk is a software and services company based in Bangkok which specialises in Industry 4.0 solutions for pharmaceutical manufacturing, also known as Pharma 4.0.
The company currently has 35 staff globally and its expansion is part of a strategic move to operate within the UK market and time zone, helping to create better support and communication with European and other international markets.
Factorytalk products include Batchline, a simple and effective cloud electronic batch record application offering powerful process, quality, and management tools.
Interest is also being generated by Tulip, a no-code IOT-enabled platform developed at MIT and suitable for simple digital transformation of manufacturing operations by building code-free apps.
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Google unveiled the Pixel 5 on Wednesday, it’s next flagship smartphone and competitor to the iPhone.
The announcement comes after Google revealed the name of the device back in August.
Google’s Pixel phones don’t have as big of a presence in the market as rivals like Samsung, Apple, and Huawei, but the company often uses them to introduce new Android features.
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Google on Wednesday introduced the Pixel 5, its newest high-end smartphone meant to go head-to-head with the upcoming iPhone 12 and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 phones.
The phone will be among Google’s first 5G smartphones, starting at $700 alongside the cheaper $500 Pixel 4a 5G. It’s a notable departure from last year’s Pixel 4, as the company is focusing more on value and core features like camera quality and battery life. Google’s previous flagship phone introduced flashy new
Google’s yearly fall hardware launch event brings several new products to get excited about, but for most of us, the focus is always on the Pixel phone. This year, it’s the Pixel 5.
Just about every detail of the Pixel 5 was thoroughly leaked before the announcement, so we weren’t particularly surprised by any of the core features or details. But we don’t get the full picture of the phone until we see Google unveil it for itself, when we can see how the company positions the new phone, what it focuses on, and what it feels the key features are.
Google focuses every Pixel launch event around the capabilities of the camera, as it’s easily the strongest part of the phone’s experience. For the Pixel 5, the fundamentals haven’t dramatically changed. Once again it’s using a simple setup, with a 12MP sensor that’s heavily bolstered by Google’s incredible photo
Amazon just unveiled the biggest redesign to its Echo devices since 2014.
The new Echo and Echo Dot, Amazon’s popular Alexa-enabled smart speakers, will now come in a spherical shape rather than the tall, cylindrical design of previous Echos.
The new Echo devices will start shipping later this year and cost $100 and $50 respectively.
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Amazon just unveiled a redesigned Echo and Echo Dot, the biggest change to the device’s look and feel since its debut in 2014.
The ecommerce giant on Thursday hosted its annual product event, where it typically shows of the next generation of its Echo and Alexa-enabled devices. Unlike years past, this year’s event took place entirely virtually, with Amazon showcasing its new technology over a live stream from its Spheres in Seattle.