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Top 5 most overrated smartphone features: That Samsung have



All the manufacturers try hard to make their devices advanced, beneficial, praiseworthy, and capable of outstanding other devices. However, in the process of doing this, some of the times they come up with solutions that users don’t even notice or use. Of course, such overrated features do exist, which are not bad at all but don’t attract users this much towards them. So, let’s know such five overrated smartphone features. 

Wireless Charging

Wireless Charging is a scheme that lets users charge their smartphone devices without a wired charger. This feature has been available for a few years. In this method, one needs to put their smartphone in the charging pad, but many times they put it the wrong way, and the phone didn’t charge due to this wrong placement. Besides, this method is also slower than the wired charging method. 

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Notably, this method has some other lacks as well. For example, it produces extreme amounts of electrical energy and transforms it into heat, which is not good at all for the device. Not only that but in this method, you can not use your phone as you can in the wired charging method. However, Wireless Charging is not that bad but does have some negative consequences with it. 

144Hz refresh rate display

The refresh rate of a Display makes the device more reliable and enhances the experience. Currently, we have many refresh rate display options, including 60Hz, 90Hz, and 120Hz. The most advanced 120Hz refresh rate has many advantages, including smoother animations. A 144Hz refresh rate will also be a better option, but users will not notice such a small thing, as 120Hz is also a good option. For a 144Hz Display, the future Galaxy S24 Ultra is said to use it

Quad HD or higher resolution screen

Quad HD+ resolution Displays are common nowadays, most specifically in premium devices. Now it is a feature that priorly doesn’t affect users, as they won’t notice it often. Informatively, even on a Full HD panel, you can’t notice individual display points. Additionally, a Quad HD or higher resolution also consumes too much energy, which is not really worth it for such a minor improvement. 

Extreme High-resolution camera

It is just a stereotype that more pixel count means a better photo, but still, manufacturers love to use high-resolution cameras in their devices. Let us tell you, Megapixel counts only refers to the number of points. Besides, an image captured by larger image sensors such as 108MP or 200MP takes up a lot of space. Besides, it will be best if we use a sensor with large physical dimensions and a lower resolution.

Instead of using a more pixel-count camera, it will be best if the manufacturer uses software that can be helpful in delivering better images. 

8K Video Shooter

It has been almost a decade since 4K video recording options start to emerge in smartphones. Now, phones with the ability to record 8K videos are also available on the market. However, 4K videos are also not bad at all and take less storage than 8K videos. Compared to lower resolutions such as 1080p or 720p, 4K and 8K resolutions don’t show too much difference in terms of quality. 

The 4K resolution will be a standard option for the highest practical standard for coming several years. Hence, the 8K resolution option is not that usable at all. 

Aastha is a Author of With a degree in Engineering with IT, Aastha is deeply immersed in the realm of technology. Specializing in Android and Hardware. She is Passionate about technology at the service of digital entertainment that can be used through any platform. Music, movies and video games have always taken up a good part of his free time, but he doesn't give up outdoor activities, from simple walks to cycling and skiing. He has been producing editorial content for SamLover since 2022 and has run a computer and telephony store for 3 decades.


Galaxy AI Is The Key Reason To Buy Galaxy S24 Smartphones




Samsung’s Galaxy AI-enabled Galaxy S24 series hit the market earlier this year in January and within no time broke down its predecessors’ pre-order record, and AI features were the key reason behind it setting a new sales record. 

The Galaxy S24 features high-end specs, decent design, brand-new features, and many more, but the Galaxy AI features are the novelty of the smartphone, which attracts people to go for the Galaxy S24 device. The recent metrics collected by Worldpanel ComTech reveal that one out of four Galaxy S24 purchasers in France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Spain, the USA, and Australia stated that AI was a chief reason they chose Samsung’s new AI-enabled smartphone despite its lengthy price. 

Here we are mentioning the percentage of Galaxy S24 owners who bought the device just to experience a specific Galaxy AI feature: 

  • 28% of users wanted to use the interpreter. 
  • 24% wanted to use the AI camera and gallery enhancements. 
  • 17% wanted to experience Circle to Search 

Samsung is the first brand to promote, highlight, and advertise AI features as a key component of a new high-end smartphone on the market, despite having dozens of high-end features and key specs. 

Now the giants are looking forward to bringing Galaxy AI features to older devices. Although Samsung has introduced Galaxy AI features for free, on the official Galaxy AI page, the terms and conditions mention that these features are only available for free until 2025, which means that Galaxy AI features will not stay free forever. On the other hand, it is actively working to offer more advanced AI features for free. 


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Samsung Galaxy S24 FE Could Arrive This Summer With Affordable Price




Samsung earlier this year debuted its Galaxy S24 flagship series. Now fans are eagerly waiting for the fan edition of this series, called Galaxy S24 FE, to be in the line! 

Samsung, especially for fans who prefer high-end phones but have a budget, introduces a special variant called ‘Fan Edition (FE).’ Now the reports are saying that the Galaxy S24 FE could arrive with the same SoC and rear camera arrangement as the Galaxy S24+ but in a smaller package since it’s a bit budget-able as compared to that. 

Galaxy S24 FE: Expected Specs 

It is expected that the forthcoming Galaxy S24 FE will feature the Exynos 2400 or the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, the same chips that can run the Galaxy S24. If the reports are to be believed, then the Galaxy S24 FE could feature a 6.1-inch AMOLED panel as opposed to the 6.2-inch LTPO AMOLED 2X panel on the Galaxy S24. 

Samsung is already actively working on mass-producing driver chips for the forthcoming Galaxy S24 FE model, as it aims to be in millions of units. It is also reported that this time Samsung may also use the latest display technology, along with a minimalistic bezel, FHD+ resolution, a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and a higher peak brightness of up to 1700+ nits for the forthcoming Galaxy S24 FE. The camera arrangement could include a 50 MP main camera, a 12 MP ultra-wide camera, and an 8 MP The battery power may count to 4,5000 mAh. 

Galaxy S24 FE: Expected Price and Launch 

Since FE variants are a little more budgeable than the original variant, it is expected that the Galaxy S24 FE could be priced under the $720 segment. On the other hand, the Galaxy S24 was launched starting at $960. 

Last year, Samsung debuted the Galaxy S23 FE variant in October, so given this prospect, it is expected that the forthcoming Galaxy S24 FE could arrive in nearly October this summer. 

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Samsung hasn’t Boost The Battery Capacity & Charging Support Of Galaxy Z Fold 6




Samsung’s next-generation foldable smartphones are on the way: the Galaxy Z Fold 6, the Galaxy Z Flip 6, and maybe the other variant, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra. Now the leaks are revealing the battery capacity of the Fold 6. 

The sixth-generation foldable is the hot topic for now, and this time the leaks and rumors are blowing more than usual. Now new leaks have been reported about the battery capacity of the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6, and according to this, the giants haven’t boosted up the battery power in the next-gen foldable phone. 

It comes as no surprise that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will feature a 4,400mAh battery along with support for 25W charging. Although going back to the recent generation’s Galaxy Z Fold 5, it also features the same battery capacity of 4400 mAh. 

This is being speculated by a post on shared by a well-known tipster, which stated that “regarding the Galaxy Z Fold6 battery, it is still 4400 mAh and has a charging power of 25 watts.” 

If this report comes true, then this will be a fact that makes the customer think twice about grabbing this phone. Although the battery plays a major role in the customer’s mind while purchasing a new device, especially when they are expecting Samsung to improve upon its larger foldable’s battery capacity and make it support faster charging, 

On the other side, the X Fold 3 Pro from Vivo features a 5,700mAh battery with support for 100W, so somewhere Samsung fans will surely feel disappointed. It will be interesting to see what new features the sixth-generation foldable will bring.

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