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Samsung Galaxy S24 FE Could Gear Up for Summer Launch

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Surprise for Samsung fans, especially for those who prefer Fan Edition Galaxy devices, as a new product comes into existence: the Galaxy S24 FE. 

Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S24 flagship series early this year, and now reports are unveiling that Samsung is releasing a new phone under the Fan Edtion brand named the Galaxy S24 FE. If the reports are to be believed, the brand name AnaPass is also contributing to this forthcoming edition. 

AnaPass is a brand known for its T-Con displays, and as per reports, it is collaborating with Samsung to supply the phone’s OLED display driver chip (DDI). This chipset, named TED, combines the T-Con and DDI functions into one unit. It appears that this collaboration will probably boost the annual sales of AnaPass to its $100 billion target. 

This time Samsung will use an unusual type of OLED display for the forthcoming Galaxy S24 FE device that allows for a thinner design alongside a minimal bezel called rigid OLED coupled with chip-on-film (CoF) packaging, which appears more complex to manufacture than standard displays. If this report comes true, then this collaboration will be of sufficient benefit to AnaPass since it is supplying a crucial component (TED) for a high-volume phone and expanding its market beyond Chinese smartphone brands. 

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Once AnaPass was one of the top providers of T-Con chipsets to Samsung Dispaly’s OLED, but somehow it lagged behind Magnachip in the higher-volume smartphone TED market. That is why this is the golden chance for AnaPass to increase its market share. Currently, Magnachip is targeting the BOE market. 

Samsung Electronics is taking steps forward to diversify its providers of DDI chipsets. They are gearing up to expand production volume with Wonik D21, a company they invested in by acquiring Wonik Holdings in 2022. However, it is noted that Wonik D21 is still going through low production yields for DDI chips. Wonik entered the DDI market in 2022 by acquiring a 100% stake in Wonik D21 for KRW 10.7 billion. 

Sales of AnaPass are predicted at 100 billion for this year, the same as in 2020. After recording KRW 101 billion in sales in 2020, AnaPass recorded sales of KRW 48.4 billion in 2021 and KRW 43.3 billion in 2022. As per the metrics of last year, it touched 71.5 billion with an operating profit of 4.5 billion won. 

On the other side, the technique of developing DDI on the display panel substrate is divided into CoG, CoF, and CoP chip-on-plastic, depending on the type of board and the attachment method. 


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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Galaxy Z Fold 6 Camera Leak Suggests Better Than Galaxy S24

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We are only two months away from the next Galaxy Unpacked event, reportedly to be held in early July, which is supposed to introduce the Galaxy Z Fold 6 device, which is now rumored to have better cameras than the Galaxy S24. 

Samsung is setting up to launch its sixth-generation foldable phones. On the comparison side, now that Apple has started working on its debut in the foldable market by introducing the very first iPhone foldable, this hints that the competition in the foldable market will soon rise. Now, Samsung, to maintain its legacy, could attach better cameras than the Galaxy S24. 

Initially, due to a lack of competition, Samsung’s foldable phone used to have mediocre cameras, but with more foldable options available, Samsung acknowledged the need to improve camera quality to justify the price tag.

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Previously, a reliable tipster, Ice Universe, reported that the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6 would have a similar camera arrangement as its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold 5, which counts a 50 MP main camera, a 12 MP ultrawide camera, and a 10 MP 3x telephoto camera. On the opposite side, there is a 4 MP under-display camera and a 10 MP cover camera. 

If the new report is to be believed, a leaker on shared a post and wrote that the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have a better camera as compared to the Galaxy S24; however, it didn’t reveal more detailed information regarding any specifics. Since the tipster does not reveal more, it’s hard to believe this leak. 

Samsung has yet to reveal the official specs and design of the smartphone, but it will be interesting to see what new novelties and designs the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6 will bring.

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Samsung Galaxy M35: Design & Battery Capacity Revealed

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The Korean firm ‘Samsung’ is looking forward to expanding the M-series, as the existence of a new gadget called the Galaxy M35 has been spotted and seems to have thick bezels around the display. 

Deep-down Samsung is working on a new affordable mid-range device, the Galaxy M35, expected to arrive as an obscurely modified version of the recently launched Galaxy A35. Already leaks and rumors have been revealed about the specifications and design of the forthcoming smartphone, and now the new leak showcases the Galaxy M33 from all angles. 

A tipster (Eva Blass) on X posted a video showcasing the Galaxy M35 from all 360-degree angles. In the post, it was revealed that the upcoming M35 device will have thick bezels around the display, a punch-hole housed on the screen for the selfie camera, and three cameras along with an LED flash at the rear. 

A boxy design appears with rounded edges, power and volume buttons housed on the right-hand side of the device, and a SIM card slot on the left. These aspects of the Galaxy M35 are hugely different than those of the Galaxy A35. However, there’s a major difference in the design of the back panel between the two devices. While the back panel of the Galaxy A-series device is made out of glass and has a glossy texture and geometric design, on the other hand, the back panel of the M-series smartphone is built of plastic and has a semi-gloss finish, plus horizontal lines appear on it. 

Apart from this, the tipster has posted two more videos revealing the upcoming Galaxy M35 smartphone in the blue and mint color options, which means the device will be available in three shade options. Per the design’s prospect, the Galaxy M35 appears more affordable than the Galaxy A35.

The tipster also claims that the Galaxy M35 will have a 6,000mAh battery, whereas the Galaxy A35 has a 5,000mAh battery. It is expected that the Galaxy M35 will be powered by an Exynos 1380 SoC, run Android 14, and have 6GB of RAM. The device is expected to feature a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED display along with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a triple camera arrangement including a 50 MP primary camera featuring OIS, a 5 MP ultrawide camera, and a 2 MP macro camera. On the opposite side, a 13MP selfie camera could be housed. 

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[Exclusive] Galaxy Z Fold 6 to offer Gorilla Glass Armor for Anti-Reflective Displays

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Samsung has always amazed the audience with the most advanced and significant technologies infused in its entire Galaxy ecosystem. One of  the most admired and highly praised is the inclusion of the non-reflecting material used within its current flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra. This non-reflecting material is the coating of Corning Gorilla Glass Armor. Meanwhile, we just exclusively heard the brand is planning to introduce this anti-reflective Corning Gorilla Armor on the latest Galaxy Z Fold 6’s display.

It’s been more than 50 years of togetherness among Samsung and Corning, while this collaboration has taken a whole new road driven by technology by introducing their latest and most commendable Armor glass coating within the Galaxy S24 Ultra. To which it was officially claimed that the new Armor glass is tough, highly durable, and scratch-resistant and has a special anti-reflective coating, ensuring the most advanced visual experience even in a bright environment. 

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 to feature the Corning Gorilla Armor, though:

We, the Sam Lover team, have exclusively heard that Samsung is planning to infuse the Corning Gorilla Glass Armor coating on its next-gen Galaxy foldable, the Z Fold6. This glass coating was first introduced in the Galaxy S24 Ultra model, while the Galaxy Z Fold6 will be the next one to use this special armor glass display. Owing to this, the Z Fold6 screens will have more enhanced outdoor visibility due to the anti-reflective material used in the glass, solving the problem of viewing content in bright outdoor light. 

Moreover, the Corning Gorilla Glass Armor infused in the Z Fold6 will help in reducing the reflection of light by up to 75%, further enhancing the readability, and providing no harsh reflections in a bright environment. In addition, the next generation of the Galaxy Z Fold6 will arrive with the One UI 6.1.1-based Android 14 build out of the box. This newest foldable will have several impressive features and functionalities, while the addition of the Corning Gorilla Armor glass on its display will make this foldable one of its kind. 

Furthermore, several rumors suggest that Samsung is planning to introduce an additional Ultra variant within its flagship Galaxy foldable series. However, this will add more excitement within users, as customers have only witnessed two models in the flagship foldable series, which will probably arrive with some top-notch functionalities compared to other foldable variants.

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