[Earth Day ②] Enabling Young Leaders To Make a Better Future

[Earth Day ②] Enabling Young Leaders To Make a Better Future

Samsung is on a journey to harness the power of technology to open more possibilities for people and the planet. To celebrate Earth Day, Samsung would like to reflect on how we’re advancing our mission and creating a more sustainable future — whether we’re increasing the use of recycled materials in our Galaxy mobile devices or collaborating with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

 

 

Creating a Global Platform for Change

Preserving the future of our planet is not a solo job. We teamed up with UNDP to support young changemakers on the frontlines of climate change who are delivering meaningful progress for our collective future. Through Generation17,1 Samsung elevates their platforms to a global scale and inspire them through mentorship, peer learning and networking.

 

Today, we want to spotlight some of our incredible Generation17 Young Leaders and their work to address environmental challenges.

 

[Earth Day ②] Enabling Young Leaders To Make a Better Future

▲ Máximo Mazzocco speaks about the role of youth in climate activism at a Goals House event

 

Máximo Mazzocco, a leading climate activist from Argentina, is the founder of Eco House2 — a non-governmental organization that specializes in educational and ecological restoration programs. Recently, he advocated for the approval of more than 40 socio-environmental laws and organized digital communications campaigns for the environment that reached more than 150 million users. In 2023, Eco House conducted workshops with other organizations to educate more than 60,000 state workers on environmental laws for the public sector. These trainings were the result of the Mandatory Ecological Education for State Workers Law,3 a piece of legislation that Eco House advocated for. The organization also launched Eco News to cover and distribute socio-environmental information.

 

[Earth Day ②] Enabling Young Leaders To Make a Better Future

▲ Tamara Gondo works at her sustainability-focused organization, Liberty Society.

 

Tamara Gondo, a Young Leader from Indonesia, started Liberty Society — a social enterprise that empowers and trains marginalized Indonesian women on how to upcycle materials and turn them into sustainable goods. By extending the lifespan of materials, upcycling minimizes waste and reduces CO2 emissions. In 2023 alone, Liberty Society upcycled 2.5 tons of waste to create more than 40,000 individual goods, set up four training-to-employment centers and upskilled 225 women from marginalized communities.4

 

[Earth Day ②] Enabling Young Leaders To Make a Better Future

▲ AY Young edits music in his home studio.

 

AY Young, a performer from the United States, created the Battery Tour5 to raise awareness around the importance of sustainable electricity and provide solar-powered batteries to communities in need. Since kicking off his tour, AY has donated over 100 solar boxes that power medical devices, fans and lights in Puerto Rico, Haiti, Honduras and six African countries.6 He is currently producing an album, titled Project 17, to support organizations working towards each of the 17 Global Goals.

 

 

Looking to the Future

While we are proud of these accomplishments, Samsung’s work is ongoing and always evolving. We will continue to join forces with like-minded organizations and accelerate our efforts to build sustainable innovations that deliver a more positive impact on the planet.

 

For more information about Samsung’s sustainability efforts, please visit our Sustainability website.

 

 

1 Beginning in 2020, Generation17 is a partnership between Samsung and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) that harnesses mobile technology to empower young people around the world who are taking concrete action towards the 17 Global Goals.
2 Eco House operates 40 environmental programs globally and educates more than 100,000 youth on environmental topics in Argentina every year.
3 Eco House Impact Report: 7 Years of Action for Sustainability (2016-2023)
4 Liberty Society Annual Impact Report 2023
5 Shows are powered by 100% renewable energy.
6 Battery Tour

Source: Samsung Mobile Blog






[Earth Day ①] Advancing Circularity With the Galaxy S24 Series

[Earth Day ①] Advancing Circularity With the Galaxy S24 Series

Samsung is on a journey to harness the power of technology to open more possibilities for people and the planet. To celebrate Earth Day, Samsung would like to reflect on how we’re advancing our mission and creating a more sustainable future — whether we’re increasing the use of recycled materials in our Galaxy mobile devices or collaborating with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

 

 

Finding the Balance Between Innovation and the Environment

Samsung is reimagining how Galaxy technology is designed and packaged to do more with less when it comes to our planet’s natural resources. For the last decade, we have worked to innovate high-performance components that are made with recycled materials.

 

We took an important step in 2022 when we incorporated recycled discarded fishing nets, also known as ghost nets, in the Galaxy S22 series. Recycled materials can now be found in all Galaxy mobile products, including smartphones, tablets, PCs and wearables.1 At the same time, we have expanded our use to a greater variety of materials, from several different types of plastics to metals and glass.

 

[Earth Day ①] Advancing Circularity With the Galaxy S24 Series

▲ Visualizing how the Galaxy S24 series is designed and packaged to do more with less for people and the planet.

 

The Galaxy S24 series2 takes these actions one step further. For the first time in any Galaxy device, we developed key device components with recycled cobalt, rare earth elements and steel. The battery3 in the Galaxy S24 Ultra contains a minimum of 50% recycled cobalt, and 100% recycled rare earth elements4 and a minimum of 40% recycled steel5 were used in the speakers.

 

Samsung has a long history of addressing the pervasive challenge of plastic waste through our recycled material innovations, and recycled plastics continue to play an important role in the Galaxy S24 series. The Galaxy S24 series maintains our use of recycled plastics sourced from discarded fishing nets, water barrels and PET bottles.

 

The recycled ocean-bound plastic6 material was created in partnership with global organizations who collected discarded fishing nets abandoned near the oceans. The nets’ properties were separated, cleaned and extruded before optimizing them into high-performance, recycled polyamide pellets. Similarly, the recycled polycarbonate and PET materials are sourced from discarded water barrels and PET bottles that were ground, filtered and melted down with other additives. This process helps us transform these fragile resources into high-performance optimized materials that uphold Samsung’s state-of-the-art design and high-quality standards. We also teamed up with other organizations to upcycle discarded Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) that was generated from shoe manufacturing.

 

This is a culmination of our continued efforts with our partners to transform fragile plastic wastes into high performance material used in Galaxy devices. With the Galaxy S24 series, our goal by end of 2024 is to help recover nearly 100 metric tons of recycled plastics7, which is equivalent to 10 million empty plastic bottles.8

 

When it comes to recycled metal, the Galaxy S24 series incorporates recycled aluminum9 that originates from scrap metal generated during manufacturing. The aluminum scrap is re-melted, filtered for impurities and then recycled to make components within Samsung’s product development process. With the Galaxy S24 series, our goal by end of 2024 is to recover about 110 metric tons of recycled aluminum, which is the equivalent of 9 million soda cans.10

 

Additionally, the Galaxy S24 series comes in a packaging box made using 100% recycled paper material. By the end of 2024, we hope to recover nearly 2,760 metric tons of recycled paper with Galaxy S24 series, which is equivalent of 552 million pieces of A4 paper.11 If stacked on top of one another, that would be approximately the same height as 71 Burj Khalifas,12 which is the tallest building in the world.

 

From the smallest components to the newest, most premium features, the Galaxy S24 series represents a significant stride in Samsung’s sustainability journey, and we remain committed to scaling these innovations in years to come. This work will help us shift to more circular designs and build technology that supports a more sustainable future.

 

For more information about Samsung’s sustainability efforts, please visit our Sustainability website.

 

[Earth Day ①] Advancing Circularity With the Galaxy S24 Series

 

 

1 Recycled materials can be found in all Galaxy devices released in and after 2022.
2 The Galaxy S24 series features a variety of recycled materials including pre- or post-consumer recycled plastics, including Polyamide (PA), Polycarbonate (PC), Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), and Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) in both internal and external components. It also includes components made with pre-consumer recycled aluminum and glass, as well as pre- and post-consumer recycled cobalt, rare earth elements (neodymium), and steel. For more information about the recycled materials in the Galaxy S24 series, please review Samsung’s product environmental reports on the Sustainability website.
3 The batteries of the Galaxy S24 Ultra and Galaxy S24+ include a minimum of 50% pre- and post-consumer recycled cobalt. The battery of the Galaxy S24 includes a minimum of 10% pre- and post-consumer recycled cobalt. The above measurements are based on weight.
4The speakers of the Galaxy S24 series include 100% pre- and post-consumer recycled neodymium. The above measurements are based on weight.
5 The speakers of the Galaxy S24 series include a minimum of 40% pre- and post-consumer recycled steel. The above measurements are based on weight.
6 Ocean-bound plastic is abandoned plastic waste of all sizes (micro-plastics, mezzo-plastics and macro-plastics) that are located within 50km of shores in communities or areas.
7 Calculated tons of recycled materials in this article are based on internal estimates.
8 Assuming the weight of 500ml PET bottles is 10g, which is the average weight of PET bottles from manufacturers across the market.
9 A minimum of 28% pre-consumer recycled aluminum is used in both internal and external aluminum components of Galaxy S24 series. For more information about the recycled materials in the Galaxy S24 series, please review Samsung’s product environmental reports on the Sustainability website.
10 Average weight of 330ml soda can is calculated from Metal Packaging Europe article.
11 Average weight of A4 paper is calculated based on ISO 536:2019.
12 At 828 meters high, the Burj Khalifa holds the record as the tallest building in the world.

Source: Samsung Mobile Blog






Galaxy Book4 Ultra: Recommended by the Pros - Fuslie | Samsung

Galaxy Book4 Ultra: Recommended by the Pros – Fuslie | Samsung

Galaxy Book4 Ultra: Recommended by the Pros - Fuslie | Samsung

As a content creator, streamer, and gamer, Fuslie values the experience of being deeply immersed in gameplay. With the arrival of the new Galaxy Book4 Ultra, a gaming laptop boasting a captivating 16-inch display, she can now dive right in and game like never before. Learn more: http://smsng.co/GalaxyBook4Ultra_Fuslie_yt

#GalaxyAI #GalaxyBook4Ultra #Samsung

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One UI 6.1 Brings Galaxy AI From S24 Series to Even More Galaxy Devices

One UI 6.1 Brings Galaxy AI From S24 Series to Even More Galaxy Devices

Samsung Electronics today announced the availability of One UI 6.1, bringing Galaxy AI to even more Galaxy smartphones and tablets. Galaxy AI, the premium mobile AI experiences introduced on the recent Galaxy S24 series, will expand to the Galaxy S22 series, the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 foldable phones, and the Galaxy Tab S8 series tablets.

 

The One UI 6.1 update puts the following popular Galaxy AI features into the hands of more users around the world: Circle to Search with Google, Chat Assist, Interpreter, Live Translate, Note Assist, Transcript Assist, Browsing Assist, Generative Edit, Edit Suggestion and AI-Generated Wallpaper.

 

One UI 6.1 Brings Galaxy AI From S24 Series to Even More Galaxy Devices

 

 

Barrier-Free Communication and Productivity Taken to a New Level

Galaxy AI makes communication a bridge by offering features that deliver messages across straightforward in any language. Traveling abroad no longer needs to be a daunting prospect with Interpreter converting speech into translated text on a split screen. Live Translate offers instant voice and text translations over phone calls, while Chat Assist helps users’ message in different languages and adjust message tone.

 

More users can also benefit from its game-changing productivity and information access. Circle to Search with Google streamlines social media and internet interaction with a simple and intuitive gesture while Note Assist simplifies organization tasks with auto-formatting and summarization features. Browsing Assist adeptly summarizes and translates articles on a webpage and with Transcript Assist, users can effortlessly create accurate meeting summaries and translations.

 

 

Availability

The update will begin rolling out from early May on the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold4, Galaxy Z Flip4 and the Galaxy Tab S8 series.

 

For more information about Galaxy AI, please visit: Samsung Newsroom, Samsungmobilepress.com and Samsung.com.

Source: Samsung Mobile Blog






[Interview] How ‘Kingdom’ Director Seong-hun Kim Uses the Samsung Galaxy Book4 for Filmmaking

[Interview] How ‘Kingdom’ Director Seong-hun Kim Uses the Samsung Galaxy Book4 for Filmmaking

In a scene from the Galaxy Book4 campaign video, Seong-hun Kim, director of Netflix’s first original Korean series “Kingdom,” adjusts details of the set’s composition with the help of the Samsung Galaxy Book4. Using the laptop’s AI technology, he settles on an ideal shape as his crew looks on in fascination before taking to their stations to resume filming.

 

Samsung Electronics recently released two videos that showcase the outstanding performance and connectivity of the Galaxy Book4 series. The videos feature Seong-hun Kim, who has directed TV series and films such as “Kingdom” and “Ransomed,” and Konsta Punkka, a Finnish wildlife photographer. Both artists show how the Galaxy Book4 series frees them to focus on art.

 

Samsung Newsroom sat down with Seong-hun Kim to learn how he utilizes the Galaxy Book4 in his productions and workflow.

 



 

 

Q. In the video, you demonstrate multitasking with the Galaxy Book4 series’ AI features — summarizing a meeting in one moment and responding to requests from the art team in the next. How did you feel about using all these new features during filming?

 

[Interview] How ‘Kingdom’ Director Seong-hun Kim Uses the Samsung Galaxy Book4 for Filmmaking

▲ Seong-hun Kim, the director of “Kingdom” and “Ransomed”

 

In the past, I would work on my laptop at home or from a hotel to improve the script and prepare for the day’s production — before switching to a more portable device on set. When I connected the Galaxy Book4 Pro to my tablet and smartphone, I was blown away since it felt like I now had a single device. I could hardly believe the seamless integration, allowing me to control everything from one device, and the user-friendly interface, fitting my needs for every situation.

 

 

Q. What advantages does the connected experience of the Galaxy Book4 series offer on a movie set?

 

While filming the movie “Ransomed,” the location scouting team had been using smartphones to take photos around Morocco. Due to the poor internet connection, it wasn’t easy for the crew to upload and share their photos. In addition, we had trouble connecting the smartphones to monitors due to equipment compatibility issues. We ended up wasting so much time and had to endure long periods of waiting.

 

[Interview] How ‘Kingdom’ Director Seong-hun Kim Uses the Samsung Galaxy Book4 for Filmmaking

▲ “Ransomed” movie set in Morocco

 

In places with unreliable internet service, it can take forever to share data across devices. However, the Galaxy Book4 can be seamlessly used with multiple devices as long as they’re on the same network. They can basically function as a single device for one cohesive and streamlined workflow. For example, I can go to the top of a mountain and shoot images with my smartphone — and then take out my Galaxy Book4 to edit the details. After that, I can immediately share the images with my crew to help them understand the direction of the scene.

 

 

Q. What do you usually look for in a laptop? What were your first impressions of the Galaxy Book4 series?

 

I mainly use my laptop to work on scripts and documents and for simple editing. But honestly, the first thing I look at in a laptop is the design. When I unboxed the Galaxy Book4 with my family, we were shocked by how beautiful it is — plus, it’s portable and just the right size for watching videos. I thought it managed to balance all those points sublimely.

 

With my new laptop, I immediately imported some high-quality footage I shot with my Galaxy S24 Ultra and started editing. I was very pleased to see that there was no noticeable loss in picture quality, and the laptop’s high-definition display made the visuals look even better. The display is also a touch screen which is completely new to me.

 

 

Q. It’s important to communicate new ideas to your crew. How does the Galaxy Book4 series help?

 

The longer I work in this industry, the more I realize how much diversity of thought there is — that’s why you have to value respect and be willing to listen to every individual you work with. No matter how smart the director is, there are limits to one person’s imagination. Sharing ideas with the crew is the perfect way to brainstorm. You discover so many things just by bouncing ideas off of other people.

 

[Interview] How ‘Kingdom’ Director Seong-hun Kim Uses the Samsung Galaxy Book4 for Filmmaking

▲ One of the Galaxy Book4 campaign videos

 

The Galaxy Book4 Pro is a centralized system that integrates various devices, facilitates communication and saves time. I would organize information after meetings and improve workflow efficiency using Note Assist, one of Galaxy AI features. The Second Screen feature was invaluable when sharing materials with others on an extended display during meetings.

 

 

Q. Are there any features of the Galaxy Book4 series that you plan to utilize in filmmaking?

 

On set, there’s a script supervisor who makes sure the actors stick to their lines and marks any changes to the script. Usually, the script supervisor takes notes by hand — which can be time consuming and lead to errors. Since the Galaxy S24 series’ Transcript Assist feature is also available on the Galaxy Book4 Pro, we can produce a full script for each actor on site. The script supervisor can simply record the lines and edit them on the fly, saving time and effort.

 

[Interview] How ‘Kingdom’ Director Seong-hun Kim Uses the Samsung Galaxy Book4 for Filmmaking

▲ Director Seong-hun Kim speaks about his experience using the Galaxy Book4 series.

 

 

Q. Which type of professional will find the Galaxy Book4 series most useful?

 

I highly recommend the Galaxy Book4 to video editors who often edit footage on set, next to the director — they make sure all the footage is shot according to the storyboard and that the lighting and acting match what the director had in mind. With the connectivity and compatibility that the Galaxy Book4 series offers, they can start editing the moment a scene is filmed. Furthermore, the Second Screen feature allows directors and editors to compare two different takes side by side.

 

Sometimes editing must be done outdoors or on brightly lit sets, where it’s difficult to see the footage clearly. The Galaxy Book4 series’ display has superb visibility with low-light reflection, so I’ve been able to edit footage in any environment.

 

 

Q. How can the Galaxy Book4 series evolve going forward?

 

The biggest question for people when buying a laptop boils down to size. Do I want a light 14-inch laptop or a big 16-inch laptop? It’s a classic dilemma, isn’t it? Imagine a laptop that can expand from 14 to 16 inches. I would be thrilled to have a Galaxy Book with that kind of flexibility — lightweight and compact for on-the-go use, yet capable of freely changing shape and size for more involved tasks.

 



 

With its eye-catching design, lightweight build and outstanding performance, the Galaxy Book4 series aims to become a useful tool for professionals in film and TV production. Samsung Newsroom looks forward to director Seong-hun Kim’s next work as he prepares to embark on a new project.

Source: Samsung Mobile Blog






[Interview] Editing Photos in the Forest: Photographer Konsta Punkka Talks About His Creative Process With the Galaxy Book4

[Interview] Editing Photos in the Forest: Photographer Konsta Punkka Talks About His Creative Process With the Galaxy Book4

Konsta Punkka has devoted his time to capturing intimate portraits of wildlife since he was 17. His work has appeared in dozens of outlets including the BBC and National Geographic. Based in Finland, he travels all over the world to share memorable moments from the lives of wild animals — but he is most at home following bears and wolves in the remote forests near the border between Finland and Russia.

 

Samsung Electronics recently released two videos that showcase the outstanding performance and connectivity of the Galaxy Book4 series. The videos feature Finnish wildlife photographer Konsta Punkka and Seong-hun Kim, who has directed hits such as “Kingdom” and “Ransomed.” Both artists show how the Galaxy Book4 series frees them to focus on art.

 

Samsung Newsroom sat down with Konsta Punkka to learn more about his creative process and how the Galaxy Book4 streamlines photo editing.

 



 

 

Q: What attracted you to wildlife photography?

 

I have always been fascinated with the hidden world of wildlife — how we humans so often go about our busy lives without acknowledging that there are animals among us, other beings living their lives. I wanted to show that world to people. The more you learn about nature and its precious creatures, the more you’ll get out of wildlife photography. My goal is to show the personality and emotions of each animal I capture.

 

 

Q: Are there any memorable experiences you can share with us? How have they influenced your work?

 

There are families of foxes I have known for years. When I stumbled upon my first fox subjects, I was hooked instantly. Their facial expressions just spoke to me, and I managed to capture a few shots in beautiful surroundings. Another time, I was photographing raccoons in New York City and took some stunning portraits with skyscrapers in the background. Even in the biggest cities around the world, you can find wildlife wherever you are.

 

[Interview] Editing Photos in the Forest: Photographer Konsta Punkka Talks About His Creative Process With the Galaxy Book4

▲ One of the Galaxy Book4 campaign videos

 

 

Q: What’s your favorite photograph and why?

 

This is always a hard question. Right now, I’d have to say it’s a photo of a mother fox hunting vole at sunset. I captured her in midflight while she was jumping around in a field. It took weeks of searching for the best place to observe the fox hunting and many days of lying in the field. Everything lined up perfectly one beautiful evening, and I managed to take that photo. I think it perfectly showcases the world of wild animals that we often forget exists.

 

When I uploaded these photos onto my laptop, it was incredible to see how the details were retained. A person looking at my photo can feel like they were there. I added my unique style to the photo by making some minor edit s to the light and darks, hue and saturation.

 

 

Q: I’d like to hear more about role of technology in your creative process. What features are most important to you in a laptop?

 

I spend long stretches of time in the wild. It might surprise people to know I bring my laptop with me on my photography expeditions. As such, some of the most important features in a laptop for me are battery life, computing power and display — so that I can edit and publish my work wherever I am in the world.

 

When I’m editing photos, it’s critical that the display shows true colors and blacks. It’s also important that my laptop screen is extremely high resolution because I zoom in on different parts of my photos to make sure there are no blemishes.

 

[Interview] Editing Photos in the Forest: Photographer Konsta Punkka Talks About His Creative Process With the Galaxy Book4

▲ Konsta Punkka shoots wild animals

 

 

Q: Which programs do you use the most? How do you use them?

 

Since I edit while I’m on the road, the programs I use the most are Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for photo editing and Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing.

 

 

Q: Can you walk us through your photo editing process?

 

After a wildlife photo shoot, I upload the images to my laptop. I might take thousands of photos during an average shoot, so it’s important that my laptop has a high GPU1 to handle large raw files.

 

Then, I select the best shots — I use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for that.

 

When I’m happy with my choice of photos, I’ll go to the Develop module in Lightroom and adjust the highlights and add some contrast, texture and vibrancy. After that I head to the color grading section, where I fix the colors to match my taste. The correct hue is especially important for oranges and greens.

 

Lastly, I view the photo in full-screen mode to see if there are any flaws. Inconsistencies are especially clear on the Galaxy Book4 Ultra’s dynamic display. I can then use the touch screen to zoom in on different parts of the image and fix these areas. I might add some gradients and brush to better highlight my subject before exporting the photo and sharing with the world.

 

 

Q: What frustrations do you have with your current laptop?

 

There’s nothing more frustrating than your laptop dying while you’re in the middle of a project. As you may know, the Galaxy Book4 Ultra has great battery life and comes with a compact charger that supports faster charging. Editing during a shoot is difficult because my laptop often doesn’t have enough power to run heavy programs like Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Premiere Pro at the same time, or even separately. I love that the Galaxy Book4 is powerful enough to run multiple programs at once.

 

 

Q: Can you talk about a few Galaxy Book4 features that you’ve found helpful?

 

The touch screen really helps my workflow since you can just use your hand as a cursor. It’s easy to zoom in and edit a small portion of a photo, even for fine brushing.

 

[Interview] Editing Photos in the Forest: Photographer Konsta Punkka Talks About His Creative Process With the Galaxy Book4

▲ One of the Galaxy Book4 campaign videos

 

 

A powerful processor is crucial because I like to run many programs simultaneously. Editing videos and photos without any lag creates a stress-free environment.

 

The 3K screen resolution allows me to view my work in a completely new light. Seeing everything in beautiful, crisp detail on screen is essential when I’m reviewing my work before publishing.

 

Good color calibration is vital too — helping me see true blacks and create better color-graded art with less hassle.

 

Finally, I’m able to let my creativity flow freely using enhanced AI. I can plan my craziest wildlife shots and then replicate them later in real life.

 

 

Q: How does a powerful laptop such as the Galaxy Book4 streamline your creative process?

 

The Galaxy Book4 makes everything so much faster. I can edit while I’m on the go, and there’s enough power to run multiple programs at once.

 

[Interview] Editing Photos in the Forest: Photographer Konsta Punkka Talks About His Creative Process With the Galaxy Book4

▲ Galaxy Book4 campaign video shooting

 

 

Q: What was your first impression of the Galaxy Book4’s AI-accelerated performance?

 

I was very excited to see how AI could improve my workflow. All the shortcuts and improvements that help me work a little bit faster or easier are more than welcome.

 

 

Q: How have technological innovations in laptops, like the Galaxy Book4, impacted wildlife photography and the photography industry in general?

 

Advancements in laptops have made photo and video editing on the go so much better. Now, there’s no need to wait until you get back home to your bigger work setup. It’s easy to touch up photos without any delay while you’re still in the field — simplifying the whole editing process and giving us more time to do the actual work.

 

 

Q: Are there any additional features you hope to see in future versions of the Galaxy Book series?

 

I’m just looking forward to seeing where the Galaxy Book series goes next!

 

 

Samsung Newsroom can’t wait to see what adventures Konsta Punkka will embark on next and what new wildlife images he will bring to life.

 

 

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Source: Samsung Mobile Blog