Samsung Galaxy S20: A cheat sheet

Samsung’s new Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra phones boast 5G connectivity, as many as four rear camera systems, an Infinity-O display, and an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.

With the new Galaxy S20 family unveiled at Samsung Unpacked in San Francisco on February 11, Samsung has launched three different 5G phones under the same lineup: The S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. All three Samsung models come with built-in 5G, an Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED display, and a Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 processor, but each has different display sizes and different camera specs.

SEE: Samsung Galaxy S20: A cheat sheet (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

How do the Samsung Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra compare?

The Samsung Galaxy S20 sports a 6.2-inch 3,200×1,440px Wide Quad HD+, Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED display. The rear cameras include a 12-megapixel main wide, a 12-megapixel ultra wide, and a 64-megapixel telephoto, and offer a 3X optical zoom and a 30X digital zoom. The rear cameras can shoot 8K video at 24 frames per second. In front is a 10-megapixel camera that can shoot 4K video at 60FPS.

The S20 is packed with 12 GB of memory and 128 GB of storage that can be

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: A cheat sheet

The next foldable Samsung smartphone is here, and it’s taking design cues from old-school flip phones. Here’s what developers and business pros need to know about the Galaxy Z Flip.

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Samsung has formally announced its next foldable smartphone: The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The Z Flip comes from the same company that built last year’s Galaxy Fold, but it changes in several ways that may make a huge difference for interested buyers.

The Galaxy Z Flip has a new hinge design, which makes it possible for it to have an AMOLED screen made of seamless, foldable glass (according to Samsung); it has a familiar form factor in its clamshell design; and it competes directly with the new generation of Motorola Razr foldable smartphones.

With the Razr competing in the same market and the reputation-marring, problem-plagued Galaxy Fold less than a year in the past, life may be tough for the Galaxy Z Flip. That doesn’t mean it won’t be a good fit for some users, but with folding smartphones still a new form factor, it might remain more of a niche device.

SEE: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: A cheat sheet (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

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Best Way to Resell Hosting — Reseller, VPS, or Dedicated Servers

Web and internet are not only about hosting content like videos, texts, or gifs and make money from it. There is a lot more you could do with the web hosting business too. You can offer businesses, clients, and other website owners with a hosting alternative just like the giants are doing it these days. 

That being said, one thing you might not be aware of are reselling the hosting services. It is just like buying the smartphones in bulk and then selling it to the customers that need it. For that, you have to purchase smartphones from a smartphone manufacturer and then sell it to your customer, right? Similarly, you can sell web hosting to site owners, and such a business is known as Reseller Web Hosting business. It is a lucrative business option in which everything boils down to the quality of service you offer as hosting reseller.

Hence, you need to pick a hosting provider that does not compromise on quality and provides the highest uptime with superior performance. 

But, once you jump into it, you will be confused if you should go for a Virtual Private Server, Dedicated Server, or a Reseller Hosting package. Ohh! Read More

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