Latest News about Samsung Galaxy Note 4

It is sure now that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be here on the 3rd of September 2014. The gadget is going to be announced during the IFA Berlin event. It is not an exaggeration to say that the Galaxy Note 4 is one of the most anticipated gadgets of 2014. Since the release date is drawing closer various information on the gadgets are available and not in the rumor form.

All gadgets in the Note series have wonderful features which attract customers. The Galaxy Note 3 can be labeled as one of the best phablets ever created. Thus, the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to resemble some Si-Fi film gadget. An Indonesian mobile gadgets retailer known as Erafone presented detailed information on the Samsung phablet known as Galaxy Note 4.

However, the list presented the specification near the status “Out of Stock”. In the meanwhile the retailer has taken off the ad. According to the list, the Galaxy Note 4 will have a 5.7 inch display, functioning on the AMOLED technology and having the amazing resolution of 1,440×2,560 pixels.

The gadget will come equipped with two processors. There will be a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor having a power of 2.5 gigahertz (this is for the SM-N910S model) and the octa-core Exynos 5433 processor characterized by a combination of four Cortex-A53 cores having 1.3 gigahertz and four Cortex A-57 cores. The latter is for the model bearing the number SM-N910C.

Some previous rumors claimed that the new gadget will have between 3 or 4 gigabytes of random access memory. The Indonesian vendor claims that the new Samsung gadget will actually have 4 gigabytes of random access memory. The new device will have a camera of 16 megapixels with rear feature, dual-LED flash and OIS (Optical Image Stabilization). When it comes to storage there will be versions having 16, 32 or 64 gigabytes and there will also be a microSD slot for expanding the memory up to 128 gigabytes.

The connectivity will be assured by Bluetooth v4.0, 2G/3G/4G and by the micro USB v 3.0. The operating system putting the device in motion will be Android KitKat 4.4.3. Unfortunately, there are no information on the battery and its power. But price details are available. It is considered that the new gadget will have the price tag of 813 US dollars. The Korean company has not confirmed the information given so far.

Plasma Era Has Come to Its End: Samsung Closes Doors in November

Once considered a spearheading innovation, plasma televisions have been conveyed one more factor leading to their demise. Samsung has turned into the most recent producer to announce the closure of its plasma business, which will take place on November 30th. Various reports pointed out that the South Korean manufacturer put the blame for its going on red on the constant decreasing demand for plasma type televisions.

One of the Samsung official declared for Mail Online that they plan to move on with their television business till the last month of the current year, because of the major changes in the demands extant on the market. They reassured their clients that they would continue their work into providing them high quality products and they would increase their efforts in the domain of UHD television sets and Curvet television sets.

Last year in October to be more precise, the world famous Panasonic declared that they were discarding their technology and much to nobody’s surprise the ceased their production in the month of March. Thus, LG has remained the last real producer of plasma television sets.

As indicated by Cnet one of Samsung’s VP of  the Visual Display Office, Ryu, implied that the end was near for plasma television sets a year ago. Ryu stated that he had not thought that plasma would have a future past 2014, in light of the fact that it was hard to make a reasonable 4k model of that technology.

Fujitsu delivered the first full-shade plasma display in the year 1992, and Philips managed to sell its first plasma televisions to customers in the year 1997, at the price of 15,000 US dollar meaning approximately £8,700.

The plasma technology makes use of some very small cells of gas that are positioned between two glass panes. Every single cell functions similarly to a fluorescent light tube, transmitting ultraviolet light, which created on the television screen spots of red, blue and green.

By correlation, the LCD (the abbreviation comes from liquid crystal display) televisions utilize light from behind the screen which is shone by means of some coloured cells made of crystal. Indicators control each and single cell, allowing various amounts of color to go through so as to develop the picture.

The LED television sets function in a comparative manner to the LCD engineering, however little Leds and not backlight illumination, lights up the tiny cells.

Plasma televisions used to be bulky, whereas both the LCD and the LED turned out to be much slimmer. The LCDs as well as the LEDs surpassed the sales of plasma television for the first time in 2006.

Similarly, the plasma technology cannot compete with the OLED (the diode that emits organic light) type screen, particularly the ones that are able to function with a 4k or extremely high definition, meaning photos which have the pixels of a Full HD multiplied by four.