Supported by IMDA, the studio will combine cutting edge tech to develop and test Industry 4.0 solutions for Singapore
The latest mid-rangers from Samsung comes equipped with a quad-camera system, OIS and 90Hz displays at a more affordable cost
Samsung’s latest flagship may feel more like a refinement than innovation, but in many ways, it works as a perfection of a winning formula, with a few added surprises, says Tan Jee Yee.
The new mid-range device from Samsung sports a massive battery and features flagship-level performances
Unveiled at the second virtual Galaxy Unpacked event, the new S21 line-up is more of a refinement of its predecessors than any major leap. But that doesn’t mean it’s not lacking in terms of features and offerings.
Veteran with over 30 years of experience across business groups and geographies to steer strategic growth directions of Samsung Electronics in the region.
Review: The Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition streamlines what makes the S20 devices great into a more affordable package
Confusing naming conventions aside, the S20 FE may be stripped-down in terms of luxury, but it retains a lot of what makes the S20 devices great, and is one of the best high-end Android devices around
Edwin Yapp tests drive the new Samsung Tablet S7+ to see if it’s a worthy laptop replacement.
The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra has it all: great cameras, powerful performance and more features than you can ever use. But is it worth the price of admission?
Aa the world continues to grapple with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd conducted business as usual when it launched its latest flagship device, the Samsung Note 20 series smartphone and a slew of other products.