Samsung Spotlights Digital Signage Innovations Built for Control Room at 2021 Virtual Experience ShowcaseBy STF News
Samsung Electronics is inviting all customers, partners and fans of Samsung’s digital signage to visit the latest in its series of Virtual Experience (VX) Showcases, focused on control room environments.
The experience takes visitors on a virtual tour of Samsung’s full display portfolio across a variety of virtual zones, including a mission-critical control room, in addition to a finance control room and a video conferencing room. As a leader in the digital signage market for 12 consecutive years, Samsung understands the importance of a control room being always on and always performing.
At the heart of any control room is a large video wall. With exhibits dedicated to Samsung’s industry-leading modular display, The Wall, as well as other indoor LED and video wall displays across its portfolio, the showcase invites visitors to learn more about the company’s offerings in this area. In addition to offering an opportunity to experience how Samsung’s high-resolution monitors and ultra-wide curved monitors can be used to enhance the efficiency of any control room environment, the showcase also offers an up-close look at the Crystal UHD QM75R display, which is optimized for video conferencing rooms.
The control room VX event showcases the latest innovations from Samsung’s visual display business, highlighting ideal solutions that can ensure that any control room is capable of capturing critical details, enhancing productivity, and operating securely.
Featured alongside the in-depth product demonstrations are insightful customer case studies, including major control room transformations for military, air force and government organizations in locations across the world, from South Asia to Latin America.
To experience the showcase for yourself, and to learn more about what Samsung’s latest visual display solutions and innovations can do to enhance your control room, please visit https://bit.ly/3sD5n9v.
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One of the main factors that can impact work efficiency is our monitor choice. Since it is a device that we use for extended periods of time, it is important to pay attention to such features as the device’s resolution, eye strain reduction and adjustable design.
On March 21, Samsung Electronics announced its new full lineup of 2021 high-resolution monitors for the home working environment. These monitors come in three series: the S8, the S7 and the S6, all three of which provide users with vivid displays with high resolution from UHD to QHD. On top of the monitors’ ergonomic design that lets you use the product with utmost convenience, the 2021 monitors are certified for their eye protection capabilities, as well as for being environmentally friendly.
Take a look at 5 of the key advantages offered by the high-resolution monitors in the 2021 lineup in the infographic below.
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Samsung isn’t the only company making foldable smartphones, but it’s certainly the leading player. Huawei, Motorola, and Xiaomi have launched or unveiled their own foldable devices already, and Lenovo made a foldable laptop. Other smartphone makers released dual-screen handsets (Microsoft and LG), rollable phones (Oppo and LG), and showed off foldable concepts of their own.
But Samsung was the first mainstream smartphone maker to reveal a foldable handset, and the first to launch two different form-factors. Several reports claim that Samsung wants to increase foldable phone sales significantly. Its recent moves show that the company is looking to make foldable phones more affordable to interested buyers. But a new rumor indicates that Samsung doesn’t have any exciting foldable surprises in store for 2021.
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Samsung said a few weeks ago that the current chip crisis might force it to cancel this year’s Galaxy Note 21. But the chip shortage might really just be the “perfect storm” for Samsung to kill the Note line without many questions. Various rumors claimed in the past that the Note brand is dying and might be replaced by foldables.
Samsung has not announced any new foldable devices this year, choosing instead to offer extensive trial periods for the existing Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold 2. We would have expected the new Z Flip 2 to launch in the first half of the year, with the Z Fold 3 set for the second half.
According to SamMobile, the two phones are coming this year, and they will both launch in the second half of 2021. But Samsung will not unveil a third foldable form-factor this year or a cheaper Galaxy Z Fold.
Samsung has an abundance of design patents for foldable devices, including one that shows a dual-foldable handset that would feature two hinges and three display sides. Samsung also patented a foldable tablet design. As always with patent documentation, the technology innovations that companies want to protect might not always be used in commercial products.
A different rumor said a few months ago that Samsung was also working for a more exciting Galaxy Z Fold version. The “Lite” variation would help Samsung lower the entry price for the handset and lure in more buyers who aren’t comfortable paying nearly $2,000 for a high-end Fold. The Lite would launch alongside the more expensive Z Fold upgrade.
That doesn’t appear to be the case. But Samsung might not even need a Lite version of its foldables. As it introduces new models, it could drop the prices of the current Z Flip and Z Fold 2. Samsung already cut the Z Fold 2’s price a few days ago, when it launched an extended trial promo in the UK — a similar promotion was available to US buyers until a few days ago. That way, it could sell more affordable foldables alongside the brand new models, which would probably be priced between $1,500 and $2,000. The arrival of Xiaomi’s first foldable will help in that regard, as the Chinese smartphone maker has a very aggressive price for its high-end foldable, which will put additional pressure on Samsung.
That said, SamMobile doesn’t say when Samsung will launch its 2021 foldable handsets. The likeliest scenario is for Samsung to host an Unpacked event in August, which would have been the new Note’s traditional press conference.
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The application can be clonned from https://github.com/bbc/talexample .
To run the application in web browser, do the following steps using cmd prompt or git bash:
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