Samsung continues to improve Tizen open source code quality.
By STF News
We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 5.1
This release includes some new features and bug fixes in Tizen Studio IDE, Visual Studio Extension for Tizen.
Added .NET Hot Reload support for Tizen dotnet projects using which code changes can be applied to a running app without restarting the app and without losing app state. Added support for NUIGadget template which is built as dotnet project and packaged as RPK. Issues fixed:
Updated the Visual Studio path in the CLI to use Visual Studio 2022 for dotnet projects. Fixed the issue of Emulator/Device Shell not opening from the Device Manager.
For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes.
To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download.
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Is it possible to do step-forward and step-rewind with TV's remote control on a video in Tizen browser?By Dzejbi
Is it possible to do step-forward and step-rewind with TV's remote control on a video in Tizen browser?
For example, when I open any video from www.Twitter.com on iPhone (in full screen), nice controls for step-forward / step-rewind show up (screenshot attached).
But I couldn't find similar feature when opening video from www.twitter.com on Tizen browser in SamsungTV.
Can it be achieved? Maybe there's a workaround? Maybe I should install a different browser on Tizen?
Hi, i recently bought Samsung 65q80b. I had a great smart remote with full keyboard, air mouse and IR learning functions. But neither multimedia buttons nor OK button works on new tv. I think these 3rd party remotes execute "left click" when you press OK. And Tizen doesn't record mouse clicks? Any hope about possible fw update in near future or any suggestion? Thanks.
After the Galaxy S22 series blunders, Samsung assuredly can’t wait to release a traditional smartphone that consumers can actually get excited about. Add to that the incredible iPhone 14 Pro sales and Apple’s manufacturing issues in China, and Samsung has plenty of reasons to launch the Galaxy S23 series as quickly as possible next year.
A report from Korea says the launch event will take place in the US in early February. But we don’t have an actual date for the event yet.
We’ve always expected the Galaxy S23 series to hit stores in the first quarter of 2023 after a two-week preorder period. That’s been Samsung’s strategy in recent years. But this is the first time that a more specific launch window has leaked this early.
According to Korean media, an unnamed Samsung executive confirmed the launch period.
“The S23 series will be shown during our own Unpacked event in the United States, which will be held in February,” the person said. They didn’t mention a date or city, but local media said the Galaxy S23 launch event would take place in San Francisco in the first week of the month.
February 1st falls on a Wednesday next year. If the claim is accurate, Samsung will launch the handset by Sunday, February 5th. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S22 on February 9th.
Galaxy S23 Plus renders reveal redesign. Image source: @OnLeaks/Smartprix The Galaxy S23 could hit stores before the 2023 edition of the Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona on February 27th. MWC was once the home of the Galaxy S launch event. But in recent years, Samsung moved away from the big Spanish mobile show.
The report notes that the Galaxy S23 series might be more expensive. But the good news is that Qualcomm’s brand new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will power all Galaxy S23 models. This should prevent any performance issues similar to the Galaxy S22 series.
Galaxy S22 issues aside, Samsung’s mobile business isn’t doing great compared to Apple’s iPhone. Samsung handset sales fell 11% last month, according to the report. Apple’s iPhone sales rose by 10% as the company launched the iPhone 14.
Demand for the iPhone 14 Pro remains high in December, as Apple is dealing with massive COVID-related production issues in China that have further delayed shipments. An early Galaxy S23 launch might help Samsung take advantage of that.
Samsung has yet to announce anything officially. Invites for the Galaxy S23 media event should go out in January if the early February launch event claim is accurate.
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The holiday season is the best time to look for a new phone. Generally, the latest phones have been out for a few months, so the initial mad dash for them has cooled. That’s when manufacturers start to give faithful customers, or customers they hope to bring in, big discounts. Samsung is now in the process of giving out big time discounts as a part of the Samsung Early Black Friday deals event. But BGR readers as some of the only people who can get them.
Thanks to the Samsung Early Black Friday deals, Samsung is offering Early Access promos through BGR’s affiliate partner, Howl. The deals started on November 11 and last through November 18. So these prices won’t last very long. If you’re in the market for a Samsung Galaxy phone, this is the time to strike.
Featured deals in this article:
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: $225 off + up to $730 enhanced trade-in credit Samsung Galaxy S22+: $150 off + Up to $730 enhanced trade-in credit Samsung Z Flip4: $150 off with up to $720 enhanced trade-in credit or $200 off with no trade-in credit Samsung Z Fold4: $350 off with up to $1,000 enhanced trade-in credit or $450 off with no trade-in credit Take a look at all the Samsung phone deals you can get during this limited-time deal with the help of BGR and Howl.
Samsung Galaxy smartphone deals in the Samsung Early Black Friday event
Galaxy S22 Ultra colors. Image source: Samsung If you’ve checked out our Samsung Galaxy S21 review, you know Samsung makes quality phones for Android users. What about getting the latest Samsung Galaxy phones and tremendous discounts on them?
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is the latest available Galaxy phone from Samsung. It’s been out since February and you can get incredible value for it during this weeklong sale.
You’re eligible to get it for $225 off and that’s just the base discount. You’re eligible for up to $730 with enhanced trade-in credit if you’re swapping out your old phone for it. You can also opt for the Samsung Galaxy S22+ and save $150 on it. Plus, you’re eligible for up to that same $730 with enhanced trade-in credit.
If you prefer the flagship Samsung Galaxy S22, it’s down $75 right now. But you’re also offered up to $615 enhanced trade-in credit for switching. Lastly, if you want the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, you’re eligible for $100 off and up to $610 with enhanced trade-in credit.
More Samsung smartphones on sale
Perhaps the flip and foldable Galaxy phones are more your style. The Samsung Z Flip4 is one of the latest iterations of these fun phones and offers customers four different colors to choose from. Thanks to Samsung and Howl, you can get $150 off with up to $720 enhanced trade-in credit or $200 off with no trade-in credit.
If you’re looking for the Samsung Z Fold4, which also came out this year, you can also get a huge discount on it. Close it shut, slide it in your pocket, and hit the road after you save big. For this you get even more savings, as you’re eligible for $350 off with up to $1,000 enhanced trade-in credit or $450 off with no trade-in credit.
Other Samsung deals
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro wireless earphones. These smartphone deals aren’t the only ones taking place during the Early Access Promos event. You can also get Galaxy TabS8 tablets for cheaper. You’re eligible to get up to $300 off select TabS8 tablets.
If music is where your passion lies (or podcasts), you’re going to want the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro earbuds. You’ll get a free wireless charger with the purchase of the Galaxy Buds2 Pro.
You must remember that these deals will only last through November 18th. You don’t have much time left, so you better hurry to save big on Samsung Galaxy products.
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