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Samsung Vs TSMC: Conquest For Market Acquisition 2022 & Forth



July 11, in the wake of the low-key primary inquisitions of DRAm and server DRAM, the manufacturers are gambling on the other products to fulfill their profits.

One of them is Samsung, which has recently started mass volume production GAA 3-nm based SoC production targeted for 2025. This report, in brief, will summarize current and forecasted circumstances with results to arrive.

Following are Samsung’s Predicted Targets ;

  • Strengthening its foundry business to stay in the global market with expectancy to project profiteering sales in 2H, but the continuing Europe War, documented high inflation, and slowing consumption will result in reduced memory prices.
  • TrendForce predicts that the set price for DRAMs will descend by +10% in 3Q 2022. The predeceasing prognosis was by 3% to 8 percent. 
  • However, customer requisitions will contract, resulting in DRAM prices falling by 5 percent to 10 percent. 
  • Trend progresses a minimum through 2022.
  • Reducing production and releasing new products with the help of advertising is supposed to thwart the adversities,m, especially for Samsung.

Expected Results;

  • The intro of the first-ever mass-production of 3-nm Gen 1 chips implies GAA technology will be produced this year and supplied to Chinese companies. The 2nd GAA chips for next year are expected to be used in Galaxy smartphones from 2024.
  • Samsung has unaffected results for yield with the new 3-nm process, despite earlier statements.
  • To Ameliorate production, the company also launched a task force The company’s DS Sales division, or TF, constituted in mid-June antecedently for packaging.
  • TSMC, which plans to apply the GAA technology to 2-nm chips, is going to palliate Samsung’s achievement.
  • As per Japan’s Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Samsung is producing its 3-nm chips on a small scale at its Hwaseong plant.

Concluding Remarks;

The chipmaking tech is extremely difficult as to put a complex process that requires precision, clean environments, expensive factory equipment, and time. It takes GlobalFoundries three months on average to engrave and transform mirror-smooth silicon wafers into layered semiconductors and not to mention the lower the nm(nanometer) more difficult it becomes to fit the no. of transistors in a wafer-thin silicon layer. So an early starter would benefit, such as Samsung.

  • Tsmc pauses are benefitting Samsung to take the top spot.
  • Although TSMC has had superiority over Samsung, this time, Samsungs seems to show a promising future.

Harsh is a seasoned technology enthusiast with a deep passion for Android. Since its announcement in 2007, he has closely followed the evolution of this operating system, gaining a comprehensive understanding of its features and capabilities. His background in Android, IT, and Journalism has equipped him with the skills to analyze and present complex technological concepts in a clear and engaging manner. As the Editor-in-Chief at, Harsh is dedicated to sharing his knowledge and experiences about Android, services, and applications with the world.


Finally, Samsung to bring patches to eradicate critical issues with the August 2024 patch




Samsung device security

In August 2024 patch, Samsung to fix some critical issues founded earlier, in context, last month, Google reported that a critical issue had appeared on Android smartphones and tablets. To eradicate it, the company also included new patches for its Pixel devices with the June 2024 update.

However, at that time, Samsung hadn’t included the update in its Galaxy devices, but now, with the August 2024 update, the company has decided to bring the patch.

August 2024 patch update to fix the critical issues

Samsung says that it will provide the fix for the critical issue, which is coming in patch CVE-2024-32896 in August. With this patch, the company will ensure the user’s data security. You can observe how critical this issue is by the US government officials’ directive to federal employees to update their pixel devices by July 4 or stop using them.

The patch was delayed because earlier, the issue was only expected to appear on the Pixel, but later, it started appearing on Android devices as well; as Samsung has addressed the criticality, it is actively bringing the patch with the next update.

Given the issue’s criticalness, Samsung is expected to bring the August 2024 security patch earlier this time; we hope that the company will apply the update to its devices earlier than usual.

Source: Forbes

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Samsung One UI 7 will bring refresh Galaxy devices with redesigned UI




One UI 7 samsung

The Samsung One UI 7 update will be a game-changer for Galaxy users, especially for those who appreciate the devices’ UI elements.

Samsung has recently rolled out the One UI 6.1 and One UI 6.1.1 updates for its eligible Galaxy devices. These are the incremental updates that only added some new features for the devices; no single UI changes have arrived, but fortunately, the One UI 7.0 will provide some fresh changes for the devices.

Yesterday, we reported some UI changes that will be applied to the notification panel and app icon changes. Now, a new report highlights more details about them.

One UI 7 takes UI element design inspiration from competitors

Samsung is focusing on levelling up the user interface experience in the Galaxy device. To do that, the company reportedly welcomes several UI elements designed similarly to those of its competitors.

According to the report, One UI 7 will provide a rounded icon pack and 3D-looking icons, just like macOS or visionOS. A new Quick action on the lock screen is an iOS copycat. The Gallery app icon has a white background and rainbow-type flowers.

The notification panel has been changed to a two-page panel, with one panel on the left being a notification only and the other for a quick toggle. Xiaomi’s HyperOS inspire this design. The UI changes were also applied to the camera App. Here, all the quick camera settings options were moved to the bottom.

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Google Android 15 development moves ahead with Beta 4 update




Android 15 beta 4

Google is gradually moving forward to develop Android 15 for Android devices. To provide full-fledged, smooth-working software, the company has consistently brought new beta software updates for the testers. Now, with the fresh development, the company is rolling out the fourth beta update.

Android 15 Beta 4: What’s new in this update?

Android 15 beta 4 update is now live for all eligible Pixel devices, including Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, Pixel 7a, Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet, Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, and Pixel 8a, which are enrolled in the beta program. With the latest beta version, Google has resolved many issues reported by different users.

According to the changelog, the company has fixes based on the issues reported by Developers, such as the Android 15 image launching failing embedded mode, the lock screen, Quick setting tiles, and booting issues.

Apart from these, there are many issues resolved regarding Bluetooth, which are causing Digital car keys, Use of head tracking and more. For more information, you can check the official changelog from this link.

How to install

If you are already running a beta build, you will start getting new updates with the firmware version number AP31.240617.009. It comes with the latest Google Play services, 24.23.35. Just check from the software update menu by tapping on download the update.

Android 15 update availability

Regarding the availability of the Android 15 stable channel, based on the past timeline, it is expected that Google will officially introduce the stable update in August.

Most probably, beta 4 may be the last beta update for the devices, but if there are some major issues still decreasing the performance of the device, then it may expand the program from some more days.

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