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Galaxy S23 Ultra will launch with a thinner metal frame and rounder corners



Galaxy S23 Ultra

The Galaxy S23 series, which Samsung is currently developing, will debut with its flagship models in January to February 2023. We recently received the first rendering of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone, which reveals that the device will be structurally similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. According to the most recent leak, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will debut with a metal frame that is thinner than the S22 Ultra and corners that are rounded.

Well, it’s not a big deal for customers, and sometimes they don’t care about minor differences, but the S23 Ultra’s bezels are thinner than the S22 Ultra’s. The shocking part is that, if the rendered image is correct, the company has made no changes to its high-end device and we have received new features with the same structure.

We already know that the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a beautiful premium body, and its layout distinguishes it from other Galaxy models. Samsung has created the S Pen slot for the first time on its Galaxy smartphone, which was also quite interesting when we saw on the Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone, but the first render of the S23 Ultra has not mentioned any significant differences, which is quite disappointing for us, given the price tag.

Along with this, we can assume that Samsung is now following in the footsteps of Apple, which is presenting its high-end devices with only minor differences to consumers.

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Galaxy S23 Ultra may have a thinner metal frame and rounder corners:

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a thinner metal frame than the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but the glass’s lower “chin” will still be about the same height as it was before. According to the initial renders that were leaked on September 28, the lower chin might be thinner, allowing for a slightly larger active display area. The upper portion of the inactive display area, which is protected by Gorilla Glass, doesn’t appear to have changed.

Galaxy S23 Ultra

The metal frame of the Galaxy S23 Ultra may have rounder corners than the Galaxy S22 Ultra, according to a final minor detail revealed by the most recent fan-made renders. The user experience may be improved more by this design decision than by the already-thin chin, as the device should be easier to hold thanks to its rounded corners.

Galaxy S23 Ultra

It takes a more ergonomically sound approach to frame design. However, the modification seems to be very minor and is probably not going to be noticed by future Galaxy S23 Ultra owners who intend to cover the phone with a case.

Galaxy S23 Ultra

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Samsung Expands DIY Repair Program to Include Galaxy S23, Z Fold 5, Flip 5, and More




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Samsung is making it easier for users to fix their devices by expanding its DIY repair program. In a recent announcement, Samsung shared that over a dozen new devices will be included in the Self-Repair program. Among them are the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, marking the introduction of DIY repair options for Samsung’s foldable phones.

The Self-Repair program will provide users with access to parts and guides for fixing their devices at home. Samsung [Samsung Newsroom Post] is taking a step towards empowering users to take control of their device maintenance, offering support for popular devices like the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 in this latest expansion.

Until now, Samsung mainly provided DIY repair options for its regular smartphones, tablets, and laptops. However, when it came to the more intricate foldable models like the Galaxy Fold and Flip, the company limited users to professional repair services due to the complexity of these devices.

Now, in a noteworthy move, Samsung is expanding its DIY repair support to include its foldable models, starting with the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5. This means users will soon have the option to tackle repairs at home, marking a shift in Samsung’s approach to empower users in maintaining and fixing their foldable devices.

This development follows Google’s recent introduction of DIY repair options for its Pixel Fold, though it’s worth noting that repair parts for the Pixel Fold can be relatively expensive, such as the inner screen alone costing $900. As Samsung joins the DIY repair trend for foldables, it’ll be interesting to see how this impacts the accessibility and affordability of maintaining these innovative devices.

The full list of new Self-Repair options for Galaxy devices includes:

  • Galaxy Z Fold 5
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5
  • Galaxy S23
  • Galaxy S23+
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23 FE
  • Galaxy A05s
  • Galaxy Tab S9
  • Galaxy Tab S9+
  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S9 FE
  • Galaxy Tab S9+ FE
  • Galaxy Tab A9
  • Galaxy Tab A9+
  • Galaxy Book 2 Pro (15-inch)
  • Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360 (15-inch)

Samsung is making its Self-Repair program available to more people around the world. The program is spreading to South Korea and over 30 European countries, including places like Denmark, Greece, Hungary, and Portugal. However, it’s important to note that, as of now, these new devices are not yet supported in the United States, and parts are not available from Samsung’s retail partner, iFixit.

via:- 9to5google/samsungnewsroom/ifixit

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Huawei Quick App Center gets the latest version [APK]




HUAWEI Quick App Center

Huawei has recently revamped its pre-installed applications, including Huawei Health, Huawei Assistant, and AppGallery. The latest update introduces the Huawei Quick App Center, marking a significant change. This update reflects Huawei’s commitment to enhancing user experience and providing streamlined access to applications.

The latest update for the Quick App Center app comes with version number and the installation size is 74.01 MB. With this new update, the company has fixed some known issue bugs. For a better app experience, you should install this latest build on your Huawei devices, below you can check the download link.


Application name:

  • Huawei Quick App Center

Update Version:


Update Size:

  • 74.01 MB.


Huawei Quick App Center V13.5.1.201 APK

Huawei Quick App Center


As per the official introduction, the Huawei Quick app Center allows users to use and manage apps without installation. Also, this application provides the feature to create the app shortcut on your device’s Home Screen. The best part of the Quick app is that it takes up very little space on your device and it has been updated automatically to increase your work experience.

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HarmonyOS NEXT Lands in 2024: Huawei CEO Sets Big Goals




HarmonyOS Next

Huawei’s big boss just hinted at exciting new things for their software in 2024! Expect fresh products built on their latest HarmonyOS NEXT system.

During the Fan Club (Pollen) Annual Conference 2023, Yu Chengdong announced that Huawei plans to reveal several advanced products next year. He also predicted the launch of HarmonyOS NEXT products and improved native application experiences in 2024.

The CEO didn’t share when exactly the new software and native applications would be released, but we can anticipate the official reveal to happen in early 2024.

Huawei needs to make HarmonyOS fully independent and essential without relying on Android libraries soon. Hopefully, the company will speed up its efforts in the coming days.

Many app developers, such as Alipay, McDonald’s, HiPaint, Bank of Communications, and others, have joined native app development for HarmonyOS. The goal is to create a strong app ecosystem independent of Android and iOS.

Huawei is set to offer HarmonyOS-based courses, with approval for 55 projects and over 10 universities planning to launch these courses soon.

Huawei plans to introduce apps in more than 18 categories, focusing on digital and financial sectors. According to Yu Chengdong, these native HarmonyOS applications aim to be smoother, smarter, safer, and more comprehensive compared to iOS and Android.



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