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Samsung’s Upcoming Galaxy Device Lineup Has Been Leaked

The GIFs give us a 360-degree view of the rumored Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, two new foldable smartphones, two new smartwatches, and one pair of new wireless earbuds.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event, which will be held on August 11, at 10am EST, most likely won’t be full of surprise revelations. In fact, there most likely won’t be a single surprise because a seasoned leaker Evan Blass has just tweeted what seems to be the entire Galaxy device lineup in the form of GIFs.

The GIFs give us a 360-degree view of the rumored Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, two new foldable smartphones (Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3), two new smartwatches (Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic), and one pair of new wireless earbuds (Galaxy Buds2).

Right now, the biggest question mark is hanging over the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. In June, a report from Korea said production had stopped due to semiconductor shortage. Samsung responded by saying that “nothing has been determined regarding the alleged production suspension.” If the smartphone makes it to the market, it will basically be a more affordable version of the S21 (the FE actually stands for Fan Edition).

The Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 expand the company’s line up of foldable smartphones, offering upgrades specifications and a refined folding mechanism. As their names suggest, the Galaxy Z Fold3 folds along the vertical axis, while the Galaxy Z Flip3 is a modern take on traditional flip phones, which were popular more than a decade ago.

The Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic smartwatches are expected to run Samsung’s new Google-based smartwatch platform, called One UI Watch. Last but not least, the Galaxy Buds2 wireless earbuds promise refined sound quality, improved water resistance, longer battery life, and sleeker design. Their price, however, is yet to be confirmed.

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Because of the semiconductor shortage, Samsung and most other large players in the electronics industry have been experiencing major issues with achieving planned production outputs and adhering to product release schedules. Do you like the upcoming Galaxy device lineup?

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Facebook Will Create 10,000 Jobs In The EU To Build Its Metaverse

Facebook decided to invest in the EU because the company believes that European talent is world-leading, supported by first-class universities.

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Facebook has announced that it wants to create 10,000 jobs in the European Union (EU) to build its metaverse, a virtual reality space in which users can interact with a computer-generated environment and other users.

The concept of the metaverse can be traced to Neal Stephenson’s 1992 cyberpunk novel Snow Crash. In the novel, the metaverse is a virtual shared space that appears to its users as an urban environment. This space is accessed through personal terminals connected to virtual reality goggles.

Sound familiar? That’s because the metaverse is quickly becoming a reality thanks to companies like Oculus, a subsidiary of Facebook, and the combined effort of developers and content creators from around the world.

By creating thousands of new high-skilled jobs within the EU over the next five years, Facebook wants to accelerate the development of the metaverse to usher in a new phase of interconnected virtual experiences, enabled by technologies like virtual and augmented reality.

“At its heart is the idea that by creating a greater sense of ‘virtual presence,’ interacting online can become much closer to the experience of interacting in person,” said Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice-president of global affairs. “The metaverse has the potential to help unlock access to new creative, social and economic opportunities”.

According to the official announcement, Facebook decided to invest in the EU because the company believes that European talent is world-leading, supported by first-class universities. Facebook also mentioned the role European policymakers are playing in shaping the internet, so it’s likely that the investment has a political dimension to it.

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Aware of its tarnished reputation, the social media giant stressed that no single company would own and operate the metaverse — just like no single company owns the internet today. Of course, that doesn’t change anything about the fact that Facebook wants to play a huge role in it.

Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg told his employees that Facebook is becoming a metaverse company with the goal of building a set of connected social apps and supporting hardware. The recently released Horizon Workrooms remote collaboration app for the Oculus Quest 2 headset can be seen as an early piece of the much larger puzzle the metaverse will become in the future.

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