Saturday 29 February 2020

@SamsungSA Announces Fourth Quarter and FY 2019 Results #DoBiggerThings

Hi Friends,

Samsung has reported financial results for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2019 and the fiscal year 2019. The Company posted R737.87 billion in consolidated quarterly revenue and R88.22 billion in quarterly operating profit.

For 2019, Samsung reported 2.839 trillion in revenue and R342.19 billion in operating profit.

Fourth quarter profit dropped from a year earlier due to the continued fall in memory chip prices and weakness in display panels. Improving demand for memory used in servers and mobile products, as well as solid sales of flagship smartphones, helped ease the decline in overall earnings.

The Memory Business reported a year-on-year decline in profit as DRAM prices continued its downward trend despite rising shipments. However, earnings increased from the previous quarter, underpinned by increasing demand from data centers and other major applications as well as cost reduction. The logic chip business posted a YoY profit growth on demand for high-resolution image sensors and HPC (high performance computing) chips.

The Display Panel Business suffered weak demand for some premium mobile screens and saw widened losses from the large panel business.

Quarterly earnings improved significantly for the Mobile Business in annual terms, thanks to solid sales of flagship Galaxy smartphones and lineup changes to improve profitability for mass-market models. Profit fell from the previous quarter, however, due to the fading effect from a new flagship product launch.

The Consumer Electronics Business also reported a YoY increase in earnings, led by growing sales of premium products including QLED TVs and new appliance offerings.

In the first quarter of 2020, the Company expects weak sales from seasonality in memory chips, OLED and consumer electronics.

The seasonal effects will likely limit profits in the Memory Business while the outlook is also negative for the Display Panel Business due to slowing demand.

First quarter profit from the Mobile Business is seen steady quarter-on-quarter, as new flagship and foldable models will improve sales but incur additional marketing costs.

Looking ahead to 2020, Samsung expects improvements in overall business performance but also sees continued uncertainties in the global business environment.

Memory market conditions will likely improve gradually thanks to increasing demand from data center companies and 5G smartphone adoption. However, the actual pace of 5G expansion and its effects on DRAM content remain to be seen. The Company expects inventory to return to levels seen in previous years within the first half of this year and will focus on transitioning to the next-generation chip production; 1Z-nm DRAM process and 6th-generation V-NAND.

The System LSI Business will offer differentiated 5G System-on-Chip products and high-resolution sensors. The Foundry Business plans to expand production from the 5nm and 7nm EUV (extreme ultraviolet lithography) processes while working on developing next-generation 3nm GAA (gate-all-around) technology. In Displays, Samsung will prioritise on responding to growing adoption of OLED and folding screens.

The Mobile Business aims to improve profits by expanding sales of premium models, such as the enhanced 5G lineup and new foldable devices. The Network Business will focus on addressing the global 5G market as its Korean business is set to shrink following last year’s nationwide 5G adoption.

In the Consumer Electronics Division, the Company will seek to increase sales of QLED 8K TVs and launch new premium appliances such as Bespoke and new lifestyle models.

Samsung Electronics’ capital expenditure in 2019 totaled at R331.47 billion, including R278.48 billion spent on semiconductors and R27.10 billion on displays. In 2020, the Company will be flexible in capex execution to meet changing demand from markets, while continuing investment in infrastructure and mid- to long- term business opportunities.
@SamsungSA Announces Fourth Quarter and FY 2019 Results
Weakness Looms After Semiconductor Demand Rises in Fourth Quarter
The Semiconductor businesses posted R206.89 billion in consolidated revenue and R42.51 billion in operating profit in the fourth quarter. The Memory Business saw solid market demand in the fourth quarter, led by growing demand from server customers. Demand for major applications like those related to 5G network expansions also contributed to gains. On a quarterly basis, earnings improved on cost reduction from process migration and increased sales of differentiated products.

The Company also exceeded its shipment volume guidance for the fourth quarter on proactive responses to demand for all applications.

In the case of DRAM, server demand increased primarily centered on high-density products as datacenters, as well as customers in China boosted orders as a result of new CPU adoption. For mobile, the growing sophistication of mid-to-high end smartphones drove up content per handset in addition to positives linked to 5G network expansions. For PC, negative issues like a CPU shortage were offset by an increase in set-builds at OEM customers, keeping purchasing demand solid.

For NAND, demand was higher than expected thanks to new smartphone launches generating orders for high density models. Increased demand for SSD from server applications also helped performance.

In the first quarter of 2020, overall DRAM demand is seen softening on seasonal effects, although some purchases for mobile and server applications will remain relatively solid. The Company aims to reinforce its cost competitiveness by expanding node migration to 1Y-nm-scale products and utilising its flexible product mix to respond to demand for high density products.

Also in the January-March period, NAND prices are expected to keep rising mainly on server demand as the market stabilises. To boost profitability and competitiveness, the Company plans to accelerate the migration process to 6th generation V-NAND in the first half of 2020.

In 2020 on a whole, server demand for DRAM is seen solid on the back of increased investments by data centers. For mobile, the pace of 5G expansion and its effects should be monitored closely but the Company sees demand picking up around mass-market models as major manufacturers expand their 5G smartphone lineups. Construction of 5G networks in China will also drive demand for consumer products this year.

In the case of NAND, server SSD demand from data centers is expected to continue growing this year while the expansion of 5G networks may reinforce the high-density memory demand for mobile devices. The Company also expects new demand from applications such as gaming and automotive.

Meanwhile, earnings for the System LSI Business declined on-quarter as the peak season for mobile handsets faded. In the first quarter of 2020, the Company plans to maximise shipments of major components like APs, image sensors and DDIs adopted by Samsung’s major customers for new flagship smartphones.

In 2020, the System LSI Business plans to expand its 5G chip business by promoting one-chip solutions for mass-market devices. Demand for image sensors is seen rising in 2020 on intensifying competition for better camera specs.

Lastly, the Foundry business saw solid results in the fourth quarter on 5G chips and high-resolution image sensors. Earnings were also helped by demand for HPC chips from Chinese customers. This year, revenue growth is expected to climb and reach double-digits on mass production of 8nm computing chips and demand for 5G related chips.

In 2020, the Company plans on completing the product design for the 4nm process and a number of 5nm-based product designs in order to diversify its customer base and expand applications using Samsung products.

As Earnings Suffer, Display Business to Focus on Securing Profitability
The Display Panel Business posted R99.19 billion in consolidated revenue and R2.71 billion in operating profit for the fourth quarter. Overall display earnings decreased QoQ due to weak performance across the business.

Mobile display earnings saw profit decline because of a higher cost burden caused by lower fab utilisation amid weaker demand for some premium products. Large displays suffered a bigger loss from a continued decline in LCD panel prices.

Looking ahead to the first quarter of 2020, Samsung expects a further drop in mobile displays earnings due to weak demand from some customers. The Company will strive to enhance profitability by offering more panels with distinct designs, expanding its IT product customer base and strengthening price competitiveness.

Large displays are likely to stay in the red owing to stagnant sales amid weak seasonal effects.

In 2020, for the mobile display business, demand for OLED screens is forecast to grow with wider adoption of 5G smartphones despite intensified competition. The Company will make efforts to expand sales and boost utilisation with a broader customer base and stronger product competitiveness. Especially, Samsung will seek to actively address demand for new applications such as foldable devices and other IT products.

For large displays, weak earnings are likely to continue this year as panel oversupply persists and conversion efforts for next-generation QD-Display production incur costs. The Company will focus on securing profitability by expanding sales of value-added products such as ultra-large and 8K TV panels and premium monitor panels.

Mobile To Focus On New Flagship and Foldable Models
The IT & Mobile Communications Division (IM) posted R307.44 billion in consolidated revenue and R31.05 billion in operating profit for the fourth quarter of 2019.

While overall demand for smartphones and tablets increased QoQ as a result of year-end seasonality, revenue for the Mobile Business decreased QoQ as the effect from new flagship model launches faded. However, the profit drop was capped by effective use of marketing expenses for the holiday season and as the profitability of major smartphones including the Galaxy A series held steady.

Looking ahead to the first quarter, weak demand is seen for smartphones and tablets due to low seasonal demand. In these circumstances, Samsung expects smartphone revenue to rise on improved product mix with the launch of new flagship models and foldable smartphones. However, operating profits are expected to remain flat due to higher marketing expenses used to boost flagship smartphone sales.

For the whole of 2020, while demand for 5G smartphones is expected to increase, market competition is also forecast to intensify as manufacturers increasingly adopt high performance components including APs, memory and cameras. In response, the Company plans to differentiate its premium smartphones by expanding 5G adoption and introducing new designs for foldable products.

Furthermore, Samsung will expand its 5G product portfolio and strengthen product competitiveness of mass-market smartphones by quickly adopting innovative technology based on market needs. With these efforts, the Company aims to improve earnings YoY by expanding sales of premium smartphones and enhancing the competitiveness of its mid- to low-end lineup.

As for the Network Business, while total revenue in the fourth quarter decreased QoQ as 5G network adoption in South Korea was concentrated in the first half, 5G revenue increased in overseas markets, including the United States and Japan. For 2020, although 5G business in the domestic market is expected to decline YoY, Samsung will expand 5G network solutions in overseas markets by solidifying its core competencies and increasing cooperation with major business partners.

Premium TVs and Appliances Shine in Fourth Quarter; Risks Mixed Ahead
The Consumer Electronics Division, comprised of the Visual Display and Digital Appliances businesses, recorded R156.61 billion in consolidated revenue and R9.981 billion in operating profit for the fourth quarter of 2019.

In the fourth quarter, earnings for the Visual Display Business improved both QoQ and YoY on the back of successful promotion efforts during the year-end peak season. Sales of QLED TVs and TVs with 75-inches-and-above screens were especially notable, showcasing an improved product mix for the Company.

In particular, QLED TV sales in the fourth quarter exceeded twice the amount sold in the same period a year ago.

However, the Company forecasts market demand in the first quarter to decline QoQ following the year-end peak season, and also YoY due to weaker demand in developed markets.

In 2020 on a whole, the global TV market faces geopolitical risks, but global TV demand is expected to climb thanks to sports events like the UEFA European Football Championship and the Summer Olympic Games.

For the Digital Appliance Business in the fourth quarter, earnings rose on increased demand in emerging markets including India. Revenue and profit both improved YoY as sales of premium products like the Bespoke refrigerator and large dryers grew.

Samsung plans to continue launching new lifestyle digital appliances and premium products to seek growth in the first quarter. For the whole year, the Company sees uncertainties from global economic sluggishness but will aim to offset risks through the expansion of its premium lineup and more B2B opportunities.

※ Consolidated Sales and Operating Profit by Segment based on K-IFRS (2017~2019) – (Table)
@SamsungSA Announces Fourth Quarter and FY 2019 Results
Note 1: Sales for each business include intersegment sales
Note 2: CE (Consumer Electronics), IM (IT & Mobile Communications), DS (Device Solutions), DP (Display Panel)
Note 3: Information on annual earnings is stated according to the business divisions as of 2019

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The Increasing Importance of #DataProtection in Today’s Digital Economy @VeritasTechLLC

Hi Friends, 

By Jasmit Sagoo, Senior Director, Head of Technology UK&I at Veritas Technologies

What businesses want from the cloud is changing. Pure cloud adopters fear vendor lock-in and are increasingly seeking to spread risk by embracing multiple cloud providers. In fact, our own research found that more than half (58%) of companies that currently use one cloud provider plan to expand their portfolio across multiple cloud platforms. Multi-cloud is more than just a buzzword within the IT industry: a vendor-agnostic approach can help to minimize costs and give organizations the freedom to deliver the best and most responsive customer experiences.

Meanwhile, those running a hybrid cloud model have the option of operating their most critical workloads on-premises and using cloud platforms for data that feeds customer-facing applications.

To hedge their bets, some companies choose to implement a hybrid and multi-cloud approach, an approach that is growing in popularity. Organizations are increasingly using on-premises sites as well as a multitude of cloud environments to ensure they have the best service outcomes whatever the circumstances.

Trouble in paradise
As they continue their migration to the cloud, organizations have come to realize that different workloads are better suited to certain IT environments. When used strategically, these environments deliver a combination of greater speed, flexibility, agility, security, and savings.

A multi-cloud strategy has all the agility and scalability of the cloud without depending on a single provider. It gives businesses the ability to move workloads to other clouds in the event of a disaster. A hybrid approach, meanwhile, allows an organization to reduce unexpected cloud costs and customize certain applications further than what’s possible in the cloud.

However, if organizations aren’t careful this greater flexibility comes at a price. Hybrid and multi-cloud environments can become extremely complex: an application may have its tiers residing on multiple different clouds or physical data centers. This complexity only increases with the number of environments and applications businesses have. A highly complex and fragmented data environment is difficult to monitor and control, providing many points for failure and intrusion.

Businesses risk fragmenting their data management strategies and toolsets if they don’t utilize solutions that can operate in hybrid environments, resulting in numerous overlapping and contradictory policies. Without a unified approach to data management and protection, businesses may find inconsistencies in not only the tools they use but also in their data retention policies, encryptions of data and most importantly, recovery of their data in critical situations.

Many cloud service providers (CSPs) offer data protection services in a bid to become more competitive and to capitalize on growing awareness around data protection. However, coverage differs drastically between providers when what organizations need is consistent, reliable and comprehensive protection across all environments. In short, companies can’t rely solely on their CSP to keep their data safe.

It’s worth remembering that data protection regulations like GDPR place responsibility for data loss on the organization, not its cloud provider. Those that fall foul of the regulator face the prospect of considerable fines, reputational damage and the risk of shrinking market share. The only solution is for companies to take responsibility for their own data protection. A critical part of this is having a strong, well-defined data backup plan in place.
The Increasing Importance of #DataProtection in Today’s Digital Economy @VeritasTechLLC
Preventing data downtime
A multi-cloud strategy can help spread the risk when it comes to downtime – if an application environment goes offline, it can be switched or failed over to run in another environment. The challenge always occurs should multiple complex applications go offline. How would businesses recover their mission-critical services within the agreed SLA? Organizations need to plan on implementing both application and data availability but also application and data resiliency. The nirvana would be to have it completely automated.

Organizations must also contend with ransomware. Once the malware infects their system, it spreads like a virus. Ransomware can surge across a company’s network, knocking out any onsite data centers one minute and blocking access to their private cloud the next. If a ransomware attack can’t be contained, it rarely matters how many different environments you run. 

A multi-cloud approach may be more flexible and efficient than relying on a single cloud, but its many moving parts can make security and governance difficult. To resolve this, organizations need a backup plan. Backing up the most crucial data and services ensures that any business interruption, whether it’s caused by a server outage or ransomware attack, won’t stop a business in its tracks or incur massive costs while they wait for systems to come back online.

The first step in delivering a strong backup plan is visibility. Organizations cannot protect what they cannot see. When data is visible it is easier to protect under a single, consistent set of policies, so investment in tools that link together disparate data environments and the infrastructure that supports it is vital for success.

The next consideration must be around simplification. Designing and implementing a data backup plan for every environment is time-consuming, counter-productive and inefficient. Every time a company’s policies change, they’ll have to be implemented individually for each environment at considerable cost. Businesses should seek a platform that can simplify and automate this process, rolling out consistent policies across their entire application and data estate.

When it comes to data, organizations cannot afford to take any risks. It needs to be managed and protected against loss and malware. The need for consistent and superior governance, protection and resilience across all environments at all times is essential. Something made even more challenging given today’s highly complex, hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

However, adopting a unified data services platform that ensures businesses have full visibility into what data they have, where it’s located, whether it’s being protected, as well as how valuable or risky it is, helps maintain critical business services, regulatory compliance, and improved customer experiences.

It can help keep data and applications highly available and always protected, with insights that can create operational efficiencies and new opportunities, delivering real peace of mind. In today’s digital age, being prepared for worst-case scenarios and having full confidence that your most valuable digital assets won’t be compromised, is priceless.

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Friday 28 February 2020

#Homemation - NEW @KlipschAudio T5 - Sport and Neckband #Earphones

Hi Friends,

True Comfort. True Performance. True Independence.

Klipsch uses the same advanced acoustic engineering in their earphones as they do in their floor standing speakers, resulting in pure performance and the embodiment of legendary Klipsch sound. 

RRP: R 1 999.
Available through the Homemation distribution network.

The NEW Klipsch T5 Sport, now available in South Africa, thanks to the exclusive distributor, Homemation, is the latest innovative, high acoustic performance sports earphones.
#Homemation - NEW @KlipschAudio T5 - Sport and Neckband #Earphones
Ideal for the active person, as they provide unrivaled comfort, boast a long-lasting battery, and legendary sound clarity. 

  • Patented Comfort Oval Ear Tips.
  • Full Bass, Miniature Dynamic Drivers.
  • 10-Hour Battery Life.
  • The integrated microphone automatically enhances voice clarity and actively reduces environmental noise.
  • Bluetooth 5 and multi-point pairing, so you can pair two devices at once.
  • Advanced Three-Button Remote.
  • Cable Management for Dual Wear – two options for wear — down and loose or tighten the cord for a secure, unobtrusive fit.
  • Comply™ Comfort TS-100 Tips Included.
  • Sweat / Water Resistant.
  • Klipsch Connect App. 
The NEW Klipsch T5 True Neckband Earphones are now available in South Africa, thanks to the exclusive distributor, Homemation.
#Homemation - NEW @KlipschAudio T5 - Sport and Neckband #Earphones
A day in your busy life demands the best earphones on the market. The Klipsch T5 Neckband Earphones combine legendary acoustic technology, extra-comfortable ear tips, and luxury materials to create a pair of earphones you won't want to take off.

  • Patented Oval Ear Tips.
  • Form Meets Function as crafted with high-quality materials such as hand-stitched edge-treated leather which are designed to age and not wear out.
  • Full Bass Miniature Dynamic Drivers 15-Hour Battery Life.
  • The integrated dual-microphones automatically enhances voice clarity and actively reduces environmental noise.
  • Built-In Neck Vibration to notify you of incoming calls.
  • Bluetooth 5 and multi-point pairing, so you can pair two devices at once.
  • Advanced Three-Button Remote.
  • Sweat / Water Resistant.
  • Klipsch Connect App. 
RRP: R 2 399.
Available through the Homemation distribution network. 

Homemation is a specialist supplier of premium branded audiovisual, home automation and home theatre products. The brands in their stable offer some of the most advanced and sought-after home automation, AV and sound technology in the world. Homemation has the exclusive distribution, in Africa, of global leading brands such as Control4, Definitive Technology, Denon, Heos, Klipsch, Monitor Audio, Polk Audio, Steinway Lyngdorf, Stewart Filmscreen, SVS, Lutron and Roksan. 
Call Homemation on 011-781 8887 for your nearest reseller, or visit or ; Facebook and Instagram.

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Life As I am Learning It In Hospitality By Arnold Tanzer @Hostex_ #Hostex2020 Ambassador

Hi Friends, 

Life as I am learning it in hospitality By Arnold Tanzer, Hostex 2020 ambassador, Chef, and Owner of Food on the Move, catering for the film & TV industry

Arnold’s 31-year career in hospitality is a treasury of experiences, passions, life lessons, teaching, and endless anecdotes. Brought to you by Hostex 2020, here he shares different stages of his journey, with lessons learned along the way to inspire and guide young chefs of today.

I started my career in hospitality on 14 September 1989 because I was hungry. I was in Holland escaping army duty in South Africa and the only job I could get was as a kitchen porter, just a fancy word for dishwasher. I was given some sexy rubber boots, an apron, and pointed in the direction of the pot wash.

That was where my foray into cooking began. I helped out with the unpopular jobs such as peeling onions and dicing potatoes and was soon moved within the company to a fine-dining restaurant as a demi chef and placed in an apprentice system. Three years later I wrote my final exam and qualified.
Life As I am Learning It In Hospitality By Arnold Tanzer @Hostex_ #Hostex2020 Ambassador
I then spread my wings and joined Holland America Cruise Lines as chef tournant, which meant relief cheffing on any of the ships where there was a need, which was how I became Michael Douglas’s personal chef while he was shooting a movie.

I returned to South Africa and became head chef at Londolozi, which was a Relais & Chateaux property, and then traveled across the continent, training local chefs at the expanding group’s new properties.

In the early 2000s, I was the owner of a delicatessen – a café and purveyor of fine locally produced food in Johannesburg – and I became involved in the SA Chefs Association, on the board as a director and for eight years as vice-president. In my early 30s, I was elected to the WorldChefs board, still to date the youngest-ever elected director.

The deli was followed by Food on the Move, which started about 18 years ago as a consultancy, evolved into a bespoke catering company, and is now firmly entrenched in the film and TV industry.
Life As I am Learning It In Hospitality By Arnold Tanzer @Hostex_ #Hostex2020 Ambassador
  • My school years. I had no interest in the dogmatic, overbearing government school system, and I didn’t excel academically. I learned to buckle down and get through phases in life that you don’t enjoy – they will pass – and stand up for my beliefs and rage against the ‘machine’.
  • My pot wash year. Any work is better than no work, and any opportunity offered must be grabbed with both hands. It has become the way I live – listen to the opportunity, if it suits you, go for it. Also, the scullery is still where you will find me if I am super-stressed and need to be on my own for a while. The work is mind-clearing.
  • The ships. Glamour is an illusion and it takes a well-oiled disciplined ‘army’ of hard-working people to create the comfort that people pay for.
  • My time across Africa. The continent is full of opportunities and beautiful smiley people who are keen to learn, contribute, and live a meaningful life. No business can operate without buy-in from the community.
  • The delicatessen. Retail is probably the toughest sector of our economy. As a small business owner, the competition is fierce, you’re always on the back foot, you’re required to sacrifice a lot, from personal time to hard-earned cash, and the public can be ruthless in their judgment and expectations.
  • Being an employer. This is one of the most thankless and also one of the most rewarding tasks there is, and commitment is paramount. Be patient with yourself and with your team – people grow at different rates and have different goals and expectations. It’s how you fit the team together and motivate each individual’s growth that determines success.
  • Overall. I have learned to harness my self-doubt to propel my skills in my business. Are we serving the right food? Are we delivering the service expectations? What can I learn from the young pastry chef or the hip barista who is part of my team? I don’t need to know it all, but I must have an interest and guide the talent within my team.
  • I have also become more patient. It always works itself out in the end, and generally what frustrates you today will have no consequence in your life in six months – so choose your battles.
  • Favorite quote: “There’s a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” Leonard Cohen
My biggest work-life highlight is changing people’s lives. Young people who have worked for me have gained a skill, bettered their lives economically and with life skills, and have gone on to change other people's lives. I now see them training young chefs and upskilling the pot wash with cooking skills, driving lessons and computer knowledge.

Final tips
  • Put your head down and graft
  • Be curious
  • Be strong – acknowledge your weaknesses, you can overcome them
  • Be patient – with yourself, others and your career path
  • Phone your mother often 
Join Arnold Tanzer at Hostex 2020 where he will be presenting more valuable learnings from a multifaceted career in hospitality – Between the dream and the dirty dishes – at IndustryLIVE! on Tuesday 3 March at 12 noon. For more information on Hostex 2020, visit .

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The #GalaxyZFlip Is A Massive Hit In South Africa @SamsungMobileSA

Hi Friends, 

After capturing the imagination of the world, the Galaxy Z Flip has proven to be an instant best-seller with South Africans. Global sales opened on the 21st of February 2020 and South African performance echoed the same day SOLD OUT success seen in the United States of America, United Kingdom, South Korea, and many other markets. With limited stock available many flocked to selected malls across the country to be amongst the first people in the world to get their hands on the revolutionary device. The first batch released has already SOLD OUT in most stores over the past weekend.

Samsung South Africa is pleased to announce that the second batch will be available on the 28 February 2020.

To showcase the cutting-edge technology, Samsung South Africa had set up purpose-built Galaxy Z Flip Studios in Sandton City, Canal Walk, and Gateway shopping centers and Vodacom World. First arrival devices were available with an exclusive launch gift of Galaxy Buds+ valued at R2,999*. Samsung will continue with the Galaxy Z Flip studio and is committed to rewarding the many new Galaxy Z Flip fans, who want to take advantage of the second batch to be released this coming Friday.

“This is a device that bends the laws of physics with its bold, stylish design. It’s, therefore, no surprise that so many South Africans have seized the opportunity to be some of the lucky few to own it. For those who aren’t afraid to make a statement, the Galaxy Z Flip is an opportunity to experience the world in a whole new way. We look forward to hearing from new Galaxy Z Flip customers over the next few weeks, “ said Justin Hume, Director: Integrated Mobility at Samsung South Africa.

The Galaxy Z Flip is priced at R29 999* and is available in Mirror Purple and Mirror Black. All Galaxy Z Flip customers will receive a FREE Samsung Care+ service plan that will cover 1 free screen replacement over 12 months**. If you need more peace of mind you will be able to purchase the Samsung Care+ Premium plan that will offer accidental damage cover for 2 repairs over 24 months at a price of R999 (Normally R2999*). A repair fee of R1999* will apply to each repair. The Care+ offer must be activated within 30 days from your device purchase**.
The #GalaxyZFlip Is A Massive Hit In South Africa @SamsungMobileSA #Smartphones
With Galaxy Z Flip’s unique foldable design and user experience, Samsung has redefined what a mobile device can be, and what it enables consumers to do.

Fashion Meets Technology
Galaxy Z Flip’s compact, stylish design is created for those who see technology as a way to express themselves. And all of the innovations that go into Galaxy Z Flip ensure they can do so. Here are three reasons to love this premium, one-of-a-kind device:

The style that Fits in Your Pocket – Designed for ultimate portability, Galaxy Z Flip folds into the size of a wallet, so you can easily fit it in your pocket or bag. When closed, it is a stylish, compact palm-sized device. When opened, its screen size nearly doubles to reveal a stunning 6.7-inch display. With its stylish color palette, sleek rounded corners and forward fold that closes with a satisfying snap, Galaxy Z Flip is sure to turn heads.

Hands-Free Selfie – When Galaxy Z Flip unfolds, it can stay open at virtually any angle, unlocking opportunities for selfies that show more of the world around you and expressive video chats with Google Duo – all hands-free.

Game-Changing Camera – Galaxy Z Flip literally stands on its own so that you can capture more, on-the-go, from timed group shots to vivid nighttime content. You can create unique content for your social media feeds from the best angle, hands-free – no tripod needed. Capture stunning Night Hyperlapse videos or vivid low light shots with Night mode – no flash needed. Just open your device and place it on a table. When closed, quickly capture one-handed high-quality selfies using the rear camera without unfolding. You can also enjoy a seamless video recording with a 16:9 ratio that’s perfect for uploads to social media platforms.

As a Galaxy device, Galaxy Z Flip brings the Galaxy ecosystem into its brand-new foldable experience. It boasts flagship-level performance and features across camera, display, battery, security as well as premium services like Samsung Health, Samsung Pay, Samsung Knox and more.

*Recommended Resale Price
**Terms and Conditions Apply
Flex mode compatibility comes with native Camera, Gallery (image and video viewer), AOD and Google Duo first, and will be available with more native and 3rd party apps in the near future.
Flex mode compatibility with YouTube will be available in the near future with Android Support Library

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Thursday 27 February 2020

Fl!p That Meeting Around @SamsungMobileSA @SamsungSA #SamsungFl!p2

Hi Friends, 

Every business engages in meetings, whether long and detailed or short and sweet. But no matter the subject, they should serve to convey information and create an environment conducive to collaboration and brainstorming. What many companies don’t admit to, however, is that meetings are rarely as constructive as they should be. With the Samsung Fl!p 2, though, meetings can truly come to life.

Picture the scenario of a brainstorm session on a new advertising campaign. Your team can watch the advertisement video, while at the same time view all the print and digital artwork. Additionally, on-screen annotations can be made over the images, without affecting the background. It becomes a purely collaborative exercise, with everyone able to input and see all suggested changes. Once the session is complete, notes can be instantly shared with all involved. Whether you’re solving your next big problem, brainstorming the next big idea or planning your next project, teamwork is key to reaching that next milestone. But today’s meeting environments present several digital barriers which can disrupt inspiring and engaging teamwork. The Fl!p 2 has an interactive display that simplifies teamwork without any hassle. Now you can create freely thanks to the smooth pen-to-paper-like writing experience. Ideas flow through smooth collaboration with an intuitive user interface. And with a host of convenient features, presenting is easier and more flexible than ever, so you and your team can share insights and expertise from any source.
Fl!p That Meeting Around @SamsungMobileSA @SamsungSA #SamsungFl!p2
Cambridge Mokanyane, Chief Marketing Officer at Samsung South Africa, says, “The Fl!p 2 ensures that communication is highly effective. Gone are the days when each person in the meeting takes copious notes that are most likely skewed to their way of thinking or open to interpretation – now, all notes made are recorded on the Fl!p 2 and distributed, complete with any images. It’s a much clearer and more concise way of communicating.”

While the Fl!p 2 can be used just as the Fl!p charts of old, meeting participants can also sync their personal devices to the Fl!p 2 so that any changes made on the digital Flipchart will be mirrored on the connected device and vice versa. If the meeting is large, or you need to present to a group of people, you can project content on the Fl!p 2 to another large digital display in real-time, using a Wi-Fi network* or HDMI out the connection. The fact is, the Fl!p 2 enables effortless presentation, supported by innovative features. Fl!p 2 even includes the incredible Samsung Workspace. Without the need for any physical connection, users can now remotely access a PC or files from a cloud server, by simply connecting a keyboard and mouse to the Fl!p 2. So a PC can be securely accessed while remaining safely ‘locked’ in another room.

When not being used, the Fl!p can be used as a message board showing a preselected screensaver such as a company logo, while touch lock removes editing access for controlled content presentation. These are all reinforced with UHD picture quality and flexible pivot functionality for an enhanced visual experience. And it’s all completely secure. The Fl!p 2 display securely stores all your meeting pages and notes when the meeting is done. A password-based protection system safeguards meeting details and helps to ensure only authorized users can access the content.
Fl!p That Meeting Around @SamsungMobileSA @SamsungSA #SamsungFl!p2
The Fl!p 2’s wide variety of features provide many opportunities for many industries including retail shops, hotels, educational facilities and of course corporates. Its versatility gives these businesses an unexpected edge. This pioneering device is a no-brainer – meetings are all-round more engaging with the Samsung Fl!p 2.

*Using Screen mirroring

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Spotlighting #CES2020 Innovation Award-Winning Technologies @SamsungSA Ecosystem

Hi Friends, 

Samsung Newsroom highlighted several of the company’s award-winning innovations when the winners were first announced in November of last year. While that article largely spotlighted winners from within the mobile category, here, we shift our focus to award-winning innovations from across Samsung’s wide-ranging product ecosystem.

Read on to learn more about this year’s honorees in the display, home appliance, and memory categories.

Samsung’s CES® 2020 Innovation Award-winning display and soundbar technologies include QLED 8K TVs’ new Q-Symphony sound feature and the lifestyle TV “The Sero” (both of which snagged Best of Innovation honors), as well as the Q950TS QLED 8K TV, and the company’s latest gaming monitors, the Odyssey G9 and G7.

Q-SymphonySamsung’s revolutionary Q-Symphony feature harnesses the power of 2020 QLED 8K TVs and the HQ-Q800T soundbar – combining the former’s built-in speakers with the latter’s impressive audio capabilities – to deliver a truly immersive and powerful sound experience.

The Sero – Samsung’s versatile lifestyle TV, The Sero, not only provides users with a conventional horizontal TV-viewing experience but can also be flipped 90 degrees to allow them to enjoy content created in vertical formats.

Q950TS – Samsung’s 85-inch Q950TS QLED 8K TV is packed with enhancements, including a groundbreaking design and next-level picture, screen and audio technologies. Standout features include the TV’s new Infinity Screen and true-to-life 8K resolution, as well as its innovative AI Quantum Processor 8K and Object Tracking Sound+ (OTS+) technology.

G9 – A CES® 2020 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Computer Peripherals and Accessories category, the Odyssey G9 features Samsung’s all-new Infinity Core Lighting on its rear. The eye-catching lighting adds a futuristic glow to the gaming monitor’s already-striking white exterior, further setting it apart from other devices on the market.

G7 – An honoree in the Gaming category, the 32- or 27-inch Odyssey G7 offers users a gaming experience unlike any they’ve seen before, thanks to a first-of-its-kind combination of a 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, QHD (Quad High Definition) and a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Spotlighting #CES2020 Innovation Award-Winning Technologies @SamsungSA Ecosystem
Winning entries in the Home Appliance category include the latest version of Samsung’s Family Hub refrigerator, as well as the company’s new Cube Refrigerator Series.

Family Hub – The latest edition of Samsung’s Family Hub refrigerator features personalized, AI-driven enhancements that help users get the most out of their kitchen. These enhancements enable families to plan meals, share video content and manage their smart home – all from their kitchen.

4D-Flex BESPOKE – Samsung’s 4D-Flex BESPOKE refrigerator establishes a completely new category of customized home appliances. From materials to colors and even fridge and freezer functions, users can customize a wide range of the refrigerator’s features to make this innovative product their own.

Cube Refrigerator Series – Available in a versatile range of colors, including Wine, Beer, and Beauty, Samsung’s Cube Refrigerator Series features three new compact models whose stackable design and innovative low-noise cooling technology make them suitable for any room – from the kitchen to the bedroom.

Portable Slim Double Induction – Samsung’s Portable Slim Double Induction is an innovative cooking solution designed for those who live in smaller households. It features two versatile induction burners that themselves feature nine different power levels to suit any culinary need – not just in the kitchen, but in other rooms as well.

Samsung Shoe Care System – The Samsung Shoe Care System is a trailblazing innovation in-home shoe care that offers users an all-in-one shoe care solution, enabling them to deodorize, dehumidify and dry shoes with a single convenient device.

WA8500V Front Load Washer – Samsung’s latest front load washer not only offers users a laundry experience that is both personalized and powerful – thanks to its large capacity and wide range of wash cycle options, including SuperSpeed – it also offers advanced Wi-Fi connectivity and smart voice controls for ultimate usability.
Spotlighting #CES2020 Innovation Award-Winning Technologies @SamsungSA Ecosystem
Samsung’s memory solutions were also honored with a number of awards. This year’s winners include the Samsung Portable SSD T7 Touch, an external storage drive featuring significantly enhanced speed and security; the Samsung SSD 980 PRO, a consumer SSD solution that’s optimized for high-end PCs; and the PM1733 30.72TB PCle Gen4 NVMe SSD, the industry’s fastest and largest capacity storage drive, developed for next-generation data centers and enterprise server systems.

Many of the innovative products covered in this article are currently on display at this year’s CES, alongside a wide range of products from across Samsung’s mobile ecosystem. These include the category-defining Galaxy Fold – recognized for its innovative materials and technologies – and the Galaxy Note10/Note10+ – the latest power devices in Samsung’s Note series, designed to help users do more of what they love. The Galaxy Note10+ 5G received its CES® 2020 Best of Innovation award based on the sheer power it offers users with its best-in-class specs, features and network speeds. Similarly, as Samsung’s first 5G flagship phone, the Galaxy S10 5G has been recognized for offering users fast network connectivity, advanced features, and high performance. Furthermore, the Galaxy A50 has been acknowledged for bringing users advanced hardware and premium features at a lower price point.

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@SamsungSA Launches New Generation of #Airconditioners #AirCon2020

Hi Friends, 

Samsung entered 2020 with a new range of air conditioners that take innovation to a new level. This includes the much anticipated follow up to the first Wind-Free™ residential air conditioner. Samsung strives to deliver the best in heating and cooling with a purification system that ensures cleaner air and a healthier environment. The new powerful Digital Inverter Boost air conditioner range offers consumers a pleasant indoor climate experience while enhancing energy efficiency.

Wind-Freeᵀᴹ cooling technology
Samsung introduced the market’s first wall-mounted air conditioner with Wind-Freeᵀᴹ technology in South Africa in 2018. Air conditioners with Wind-Freeᵀᴹ technology follow a three-step cooling mode. In the first step, the temperature is lowered quickly in Fast Cooling mode. Second, it uses a dehumidifying feature to set the optimal level of humidity. Finally, when the desired temperature is reached, Wind-Free™ Cooling mode is activated to maintain those levels and provide an ideal level of comfort.

In Wind-Freeᵀᴹ Cooling mode, fresh air is dispersed gently and evenly through thousands of micro-holes, creating a “Still Air” condition¹. It allows people to live, work and relax comfortably without experiencing unpleasant cold drafts.
@SamsungSA Launches New Generation of #Airconditioners #AirCon2020
᠎Smart Operation
The units can be controlled and monitored remotely by using the Samsung SmartThings App², letting users turn their air conditioner on or off, select preferred cooling modes, schedule operations, and even monitor power consumption – all at a touch. And with Samsung Bixby voice control, the unit can simply be told what the user wants via the smartphone.

Enhanced energy efficiency
The new generation Wind-Freeᵀᴹ wall-mounted air conditioners uses Samsung’s new energy-efficient Digital Inverter Boost compressor, allowing consumers to maintain their desired temperature while reducing electricity consumption. The new Digital Inverter Boost compressor is developed to help to maintain the indoor temperature in an efficient way, and not having to turn the unit on and off repeatedly.

DuraFin™ Plus
The long-lasting DuraFin™coil is produced with corrosion-resistant material to powerfully protect the condenser from rusting. This helps to maintain the optimal performance and efficiency of the Heat Exchanger.

“At Samsung, we believe in meaningful innovations that makes life easier and our track record speaks for itself. With our new range, we have introduced revolutionary technology in multiple areas to ensure that our customers experience an unsurpassed level of comfort, convenience and value ” said Robert Larkan, Head of Digital Air Solutions at Samsung South Africa

¹. ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning Engineers) defines “Still Air” as air currents moving at speeds below 0.15m/s, which lacks the presence of cold draughts.

². Availability of described features may be subject to execution. SmartThings functionality is available on Android and iOS devices. A Wi-Fi connection and Samsung SmartThings account are required. Bixby voice control is supported in English (US, UK, Indian), Chinese, Korean, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

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@CloretsSA Reveals #BreatheOutProudlyForLonger - The Game #LimitedEdition

Hi Friends, 

Breathe Out Proudly, For Longer The Game is here and it is all thanks to Clorets fans who responded to the call to participate in the creation of this limited edition game.

The Game is a culmination of stories shared confidently by South Africans who have found themselves in situations that took longer than they expected… Moments that required confidence to help them push through in hopes of a better outcome.

As the #1 fresh breath expert, Clorets believes that in moments like these we all need a little more confidence and a boost that will make us Breathe Out Proudly, For Longer.

So, to illustrate that we are all in the same boat Clorets asked Comedians Chris Forrest, Ndumiso Lindi, and Glen Biderman-Pam to kickstart the call for entries by giving them the boost of confidence to share their stories via regional radio. Fans eagerly responded with an influx of stories, which resulted in a mix of human truths and shared experiences that all South Africans can relate to in one way or the other.
@CloretsSA Reveals #BreatheOutProudlyForLonger - The Game #LimitedEdition
“With this, we were able to produce Breath Out Proudly, For Longer The Game - a game for confident people in awkward situations,” says Nadia Matlala, Category Brand Manager for Gum at Mondelez.

“We would like to thank Clorets fans for helping us create The Game and call on many more to embrace life’s experiences by popping a Clorets and getting that boost of confidence that we all need from time to time,” Matlala concludes.

For a chance to WIN a limited edition set of The Game* follow Clorets Facebook and Twitter pages for more information.

Let confidence come from knowing that Clorets 40 Minutes, with active ingredients of extra Actizol and Chlorophyll, is the only gum that not only masks bad breath but eliminates it allowing you to #BreatheOutProudlyForLonger.

*The Game is not available for purchase.

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Monday 24 February 2020

#UberEats Unveils South Africa's Favourite Pancake Toppings @Uber_RSA #1900thBlogPost

Hi Friends, 

With Pancake Tuesday tomorrow, what better time to uncover the most popular topping our locals request on a firm South African favorite, pancakes! It's been a battle for the ages on whether pancakes should be served sweet, with a sprinkle of sugar or cinnamon, or savoury, loaded with chilli and cheese? 

Locals have decided, and the pancake has flipped in flavor (see what we did there) of one side, as Uber Eats releases its most popular pancake toppings by South Africans! 

The most popular toppings on pancakes by local eaters are: 
  1. Onions
  2. Cream
  3. Sugar
  4. Chocolate
  5. Nutella
  6. Syrup
  7. Banana
  8. Ice Cream
  9. Cheese
  10. Strawberry
#UberEats Unveils South Africa's Favourite Pancake Toppings @Uber_RSA
While savoury wins, 8 out of the top ten toppings is sweet, so the better question is, are the onions caramelized? No one knows, but what we can confirm is that the Uber Eats app, saw an increase of over 440% in orders of pancakes from 2017 to just last year! Other region's favorite toppings include: 
  • Sweden - Whipped Cream
  • France - Nutella
  • UK - Sausage
  • Belgium - Chocolate
If you know have a hankering to try out the onion trend, or simply want to celebrate that your fav toppings made the list, why not give these restaurants available on the app a try: 
  • Rather Tart in Johannesburg 
  • The Junk Yard in Durban 
  • Cal Cacchio's in Port Elizabeth 
  • The Korner in Cape Town 
Tantalize your taste-buds and enjoy in the Pancake Tuesday!

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A Memoir - This Month Last Year - Feb 2019 #TheLifesWay #PhotoYatra

Hi Friends,

February is the month of Love and Marriage anniversary for me. I got married on 11th Feb and it's been 12 years since we got together. People celebrate Valentine's Day with full enthusiasm and we too celebrated our anniversary this year with a trip to Dubai, UAE on our annual break. This was my first International flight in many years as I only took a Garden Route flights earlier in 2019. 

1. 5 Years of Life in #Johannesburg #SouthAfrica #6YearsofTheLifesWay - I completed 5 years last year in Johannesburg, South Africa and felt great about the same. I shared my experience of living in the city and how my life got shaped in the last 5 years in the city of Gold. I think now I have completed 6 years so shall I write a new post or just update the old one. Let's see what's in store! 

2. 21 Years of #Engineering Degree #TheLifesWayReviews #6YearsofTheLifesWay - It's been 21 long years since I did my Electronics and Communications Engineering from 1997-2001. I recently met my first best friend from engineering on my recent trip to India in 2020 and it was great to share the bond of friendship with this guy. He is my lifeline and I really loved meeting him after a gap of many years. Whatsapp needs to keep us connected now in 2020 and beyond. 
A Memoir - This Month Last Year - Feb 2019 #TheLifesWay #PhotoYatra
Aashish Rai at Global Village, Dubai, UAE
3. #TheLifesWayReviews @Xiaomi Mi Home iHealth Thermometer @TheGearbest - Gearbest sent me this product to review and I totally loved using the same as it's easy with my 2 years old kid to just check his temperature if any at any moment of the day. It's really a useful product and every home where kids live shall have the same. It's easy to order from GearBest and it can be shipped to South Africa easily.

I am very grateful to all the brands and PR agencies to work with me and I am going to do whatever I wanted to do and could not do in the last many years. The blog posts which I always wanted to do and the products I love to use I will promote and share. I will continue to share my experience with all my readers and the brands I love.

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@SamsungMobileSA Care+ Brings Even More Value to #GalaxyAseries Smartphones

Hi Friends,

Expanding on the popular Galaxy A Series, Samsung has released the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51. Built to bring meaningful innovations and awesome mobile experiences to everyone, the devices are packed with enhanced features: a longer-lasting battery to keep up with busy lifestyles, smarter cameras, and an Infinity-O display that gives an uninterrupted visual experience. South Africans are embracing the A Series as it offers flagship features at affordable prices. This commitment to value is now also available to those who want to protect their devices from unforeseen accidental damages and repairs. Samsung Care+ pricing starts from only R59pm to R75pm on the high-end A-Series devices. It is also available at a once-off cost starting from R749.
@SamsungMobileSA Care+ Brings Even More Value to #GalaxyAseries Smartphones
“The value offered through Samsung Care+ represents our ongoing mission to bring innovation to all. We know how integral the A-Series is in the lives of Galaxy A users. They don’t just consume culture, they create it and the Samsung Care+ empowers them to continue doing so, even when life happens, “says Justin Hume, Director: Integrated Mobility at Samsung South Africa.

Samsung Care+ is available on Galaxy A Series devices from the entry A10 model right up to the high-end A80 model. The Samsung Care+ service contract covers users for 2 screen replacements over a 24-month period*. To be eligible for the offer, Samsung Care+ must be activated within 30 days from the purchase of the device.

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South African Students Go Global with @SamsungSA and @VegaSchool

Hi Friends, 

Samsung has collaborated with Vega Design School on a competition that gives young South African designers the opportunity to showcase their impressive design skills. The students were invited to create content that will be used as Samsung Galaxy themes that will be loaded on to the Galaxy Store. The winners, Dean Sartor, Kyle Sartor, Mohapi Polo and Liam Cuffley, will now have their artwork made available to an international audience. The aim of the Design Jam competition is to produce unique artwork designed by the creative vision of young Africans.
South African Students Go Global with @SamsungSA and @VegaSchool
“We were proud to see the level of work submitted by the winning students and look forward to showcasing their work on a global stage. We believe that the country is rich in natural talent and look forward to promoting these new pioneers and mavericks. Their skills echo our own pursuit of excellence – a design that brings the world to life in innovative ways, “says Cambridge Mokanyane, Chief Marketing Officer at Samsung South Africa.

The winners were selected based on an online poll by fellow students as well as the public. Vega selected their second-year students as the first group of designers to drive this initiative. Over 400 students across Vega’s 4 campuses (Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, and Durban) were involved in the Design Jam competition that took place in 2019. The students worked in groups consisting of 3 to 4 people to design a full theme consisting of wallpapers, icons and Always On displays.
South African Students Go Global with @SamsungSA and @VegaSchool
The Vega students had an open-ended brief allowing them to create a “local is lekker” approach to themes over a variety of categories: sports, cars, lifestyle, nature, monuments and also illustrative designs. Students were encouraged to use a variety of crafting skills and tools such as photography, traditional and digital illustration and/or typography. The winning designed themes will be available on all Samsung devices ranging from entry-level to premium including the A-Series, S-Series and Note devices.

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