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Samsung partners with emerging artists to create unique Galaxy Z accessories

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Samsung has brought up a new initiative that focuses on the newly launched Galaxy Z series. Two brand-new accessories designed for the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 have been introduced today and can be purchased only through Samsung.com. These products can be purchased from users across regions such as France, Germany, Italy, the U.K., and the U.S., including 11 nations. The greatest innovation behind this idea is that the accessories are created by promising up-and-coming young artists. Young minds can easily catch up with the needs and likes of the upcoming generation, as foldables are expected to have major growth in the future.

For this artwork, the firm selected and worked with Haydonna, Yeseul O, and Lee Eun, all of whom are Korean artists with great influence globally. Known for her vibrant visuals and upbeat aesthetic, Haydonna contributed to the design of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 cover by including her recognizable characters, “Fluffy Friends”. Lee Eun is famous for using brilliant colors in his paintings. Augmented reality (AR), 3D creative arts, and Metaverse functions are the specializations of Yeseul O. Lee Eun and Yeseul O both equally contributed to the Galaxy Z Flip 5 case.

Through her distinctive figure, “Metabun_ny,” Yeseul O conveys the importance of enjoying the little things in life, whereas Lee Eun adds inspirational themes to the piece. Using Near-field communication (NFC) technology, the Flip 5 recreates Yeseul O and Lee Eun’s animated designs as artwork. The picture of the card is shown as an animation on the Flex window on the external screen of Flip 5 when the users place the NFC-enabled Flipsuit card.

Evelyn Kim, Executive Vice President of the D2C Center at Samsung Electronics, opened up: We strive to provide a rich and differentiated experience for customers using Samsung.com. In addition to collaborating with emerging artists on the new foldable products, we will continue to expand collaborations with brands and experts in various fields to create synergy across our product lineup, including TVs and home appliances.”

Samsung.com showcases the Artist Haydonna Popticle Case for the Galaxy Z Fold 5, which features a yellow hue and costs 37 pounds. And the other artist collection Flipsuit case for Galaxy Z Flip 5 with the white color ranges around 42 pounds.


Aastha is a Author of Samlover.com. 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.

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Partners with Seletti for Limited Edition NFC Cards

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A new collaboration in the market is that Samsung Electronics Italia is partnering with Seletti just to design special edition cases for the Galaxy S24 series smartphones for their classy looks. 

The Galaxy S24 series is the latest flagship series from Samsung, which broke the re-order records of its predecessors just within a month. Now, to slay the look of the device’s case, Samsung Electronics Italia is shaking hands with Seletti to offer the cases with stunning designs that will use NFC technology. 

Seletti is an Italian brand that combines design with pop art. The special edition cases for the Galaxy S24 series smartphone will use NFC technology, which permits data to be transferred wirelessly between devices. 

This special edition will feature a black and white patterned card coupled with a unique design by Seletti. This card will personalize the exterior of the phone as well as unlock a dynamic lock screen animation on the device that matches the card’s design. The new cases will surely create a balanced and stylish look for both the front and back of the phone. 

Paolo Bagnoli, Head of Marketing and Retail of the Mobile Experience division of Samsung Electronics Italia, stated, “The creativity of the Seletti brand, capable of reinventing contemporary living and populating it with ever new forms and contents, makes our premium devices even more unique and exclusive.” 

The Seletti x Samsung cards are available on the online website of the brand Samsung.com online shop, on Amazon, and in selected consumer electronics stores for 21.90 euros, while the FlipSuit Case is available for 49.90 euros.


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Samsung Is Setting Up For ‘Galaxy Glasses’; New Patent

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Samsung has bigger plans to expand its smart wearable family beyond expectations, as Galaxy Glasses are next in line. 

Samsung, apart from the forthcoming sixth-generation foldable Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 Galaxy Ringdevices, which are supposed to debut at the Galaxy Unpacked Event 2024 in July, is also busy expanding the wearable area by debuting a brand new smart glasses. 

Back in 2023, Samsung had already trademarked the name for its smart glasses, Galaxy Glasses, from which reports regarding this are blowing. And now the recent reports are unveiling that Samsung has now filed a patent with the World Intellectual Property Organization for its smart glasses.

It is being speculated by Patently Apple that the patent displays the potential design of smart glasses by Samsung along with its charging case. Although the design of the glasses does not appear to be too different from the usual spectacles, For more details, the patent reveals some technical details about it. 

The patent is revealing that the lenses are housed in their default place, but the left rim of them has magnetic connection points that will permit the glasses to charge while placed on their cover. The batteries are placed at each temple tip. Curiously, the patent makes no mention of cameras or sensors—components generally expected in XR devices. 

Probably the patent will focus simply on the physical design. Samsung might file separate subsequent patents covering the more complex technical aspects of an invention. For now, nothing more has been revealed; the patent only reveals some insights, and it’s too early to say if Samsung will launch this product. 

However, Samsung has not unveiled anything regarding the smartphone officially yet, but it is expected that some news from Tipster and the brand will get revealed soon.


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Samsung brings the ability to manage eating habits with its ecosystem thanks to the Galaxy Ring

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Samsung provides several services that directly help maintain health. The company has closed the integration of its devices and software to make a whole ecosystem that supports users to get several types of utility options, especially the Korean giant’s very appreciative work in the health section, where it has integrated smartphones and Galaxy watches to work together. Moving forward, Samsung is also bringing a new gadget, the Galaxy Ring, for more enhancement features.

In the last few weeks, some reports emerged that claimed to provide the upcoming features for the Galaxy Ring. According to the information, the upcoming device will be capable of monitoring ECG and blood flow measurements.

If this happens, then it is right to say that with the latest update, the company is trying to bring an intelligent healthcare platform in which other devices can also converge on the autonomy of a smart ring with its compatibility with other devices.

According to the latest report, the Galaxy Ring will play an important role in maintaining user health by supporting them in terms of food. Going into detail, the ring will work with Samsung Food, a service that offers personalized recipes, and Samsung e-Food Hall, a platform to buy groceries. With this integration, Galaxy Ring will be able to suggest meals based on your health data and fridge contents and even order missing ingredients automatically. 


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