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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Unboxing – Clumsy Edition



The S20 Ultra will be available soon and I’ll have in-depth reviews on the camera and other features next week.But for now – this is what you get in the box.

Note: It’s really hard to stand it up – hence the title.

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    March 9, 2020 at 3:41 am

    Hi D JURO SEN please can you help me what Samsung do you like or do you like an apple I have j4 can you please give some advice I watch Sky News Saturday morning with you great show

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Cyber Crime

Scammers Prefer Friday and Saturday Says Telstra



Scammers are getting to know their targets very well. After analysing data from 2022 and 2023, Telstra says Australians are more likely to receive a dodgy text message on a Friday or a Saturday.

Telstra says it blocks on average 11% more scams on Friday and Saturday than any other day of the week. The big telco’s security operations also noted that scammers like to hassle Australians between 1am and 4am.


By targeting Thursday and Friday scammers are clearly trying to take advantage of Australians when they are out partying or distracted by other weekend duties, like sleep. SMS is a preferred method because it usually involves a quick response and during these hours it’s a strategy that appears to be working.

The good news is we get a bit of a reprieve on Sundays with Telstra reporting it blocks almost 20% fewer scam messages compared to the weekly average.

But the overall numbers show that we are just keeping ahead of the bad guys. It’s important to remain vigilant as Telstra blocks an average of 11 million scam SMS messages every month – an increase of 69% year on year.

You can find more information on scams from Telstra here.

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Motorola Razr 50 Ultra: What’s new? 



Motorola has announced the motorola razr 50 ultra so what’s new? AI of course. The latest razr models are running Google’s Gemini AI which you can operate from the massive external screen while the phone is closed.


The new 4-inch external display is biggest in this category with a crisp resolution of 1272×1080 and a refresh rate of 165Hz. The screen is capable of HDR peak brightness of 2400 nits, has 10-bit colour with a 25% wider colour range thanks to HDR10+ certification and DCI-P3 support. It’s also usable in bright sunlight, with the external display reaching a maximum brightness levels of 1500 nits.

You could spend the whole day using the front screen alone. It’s pretty easy to navigate with one hand with unlock access via the side mounted fingerprint button. The speaker when closed is very loud but a bit lacking in bass.

Of course the best part of a foldable phone is actually opening it up to use the larger display. The flip open can be done with one hand if you have the skill. It reveals a 6.9″ pOLED main display with HDR10+ and HDR peak brightness of 3000 nits. Like the external screen you get a high brightness mode that automatically adjusts the display outdoors, reaching a maximum brightness of of 1500 nits. 

The inside display is good for gaming with a 165Hz refresh rate and when reading e-books it saves power by running at just 1Hz. 

The other advantage to foldable phones is better selfies. The best cameras and external screen combine to give you a better result. On standard phones the best cameras are on the back and that means using an inferior for selfies, mostly. I often turn my phone around and take a punt, with varied results. The camera embedded in the internal screen (selfie camera) is not that bad, it’s still 32MP and absolutely fine for most meeting applications like Zoom.

Motorola have updated main cameras to 50MP from the razr 40 ultra but have changed the ultrawide camera to a 2x optical zoom.

When it comes to toughness, there’s Gorilla Glass Victus and IPX8-rated underwater protection. That means it will survive a being dunked for 30 minutes at one metre.

There’s a 4000mAh battery on board with 45W charging possible via USB-C or 15W wireless.


1. The largest, most intelligent external display. Do it all without flipping open the phone, including using moto ai powered ways to interact, capture, and create. 

2. Iconic flip design, refined. Choose from on-trend colours in soft vegan leather in a durable, compact, and comfortable design. 

3. Endless ways to capture. Explore your creativity with Flex View, using the phone like a camcorder, stepping into a personal photo booth, and snapping hands-free selfies. 

4. New moto ai powered camera system. Effortlessly capture photos and videos with the 50MP camera system featuring a 2x telephoto lens, powered by moto ai. 

5. Snapdragon® 8s Gen 3 performance. Boost your capabilities with powerful AI engine processing, giving you speeds up to 3GHz for improved efficiency. 

6. All-day battery life2. Go a full day and night with a 4000mAh battery, and get power for the day in about 12 minutes using 45W TurboPowerTM charging. 


The motorola razr 50 ultra is available in Midnight Blue, Spring Green and Peach Fuzz. Pre-order from 2-16 July, on sale 17 July for RRP A$1,699.

Customers who pre-order or purchase a motorola razr 50 ultra from any retailer in Australia between 2 July and 16 July 2024 can redeem a bonus pair of moto buds+ featuring Sound by Bose, RRP A$249, in the Forest Grey colour. 

Customers can redeem their gift on or before 13 August 2024 with their handset IMEI number and proof of preorder.

Device Specifications

Device Specifications

Category Details
Operating System Android™ 14
Storage 512 GB built-in, UFS 4.0
Sensors Fingerprint reader, Proximity + light sensor, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, eCompass, Hall sensor
Processor Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 Mobile Platform
Memory (RAM) 12 GB, LPDDR5X
Security Side fingerprint reader, Face unlock
Battery Size 4000 mAh non-removable
Charging 45W TurboPower™ charging support (68W In-box charger), 15W wireless charging support (charger sold separately), 5W reverse charging
Charger Type AU
Display Size Main display: 6.9″ FHD+ pOLED display, External display: 4.0″ pOLED display
Resolution Main display: FHD+ (2640 x 1080) | 413 ppi, External display: 1272 x 1080 | 417 ppi
Screen to Body Ratio Active Area-Body: 85.33%
Display Technology Main display: LTPO, Foldable AMOLED, HDR10+, 10-bit, 120% DCI-P3 colour gamut, Up to 165 Hz refresh rate, Touch rate: 240 Hz/360 Hz (game mode only), Peak Brightness: 3000nit
External display: LTPO, Flexible AMOLED, HDR10+, 10-bit, 100% DCI-P3 colour gamut, Up to 165 Hz refresh rate, Touch rate: 120 Hz/165 Hz (game mode only), Peak Brightness: 2400nit
Aspect Ratio Main display: 22:9
Dimensions Open: 73.99 x 171.42 x 7.09 mm, Closed: 73.99 x 88.09 x 15.32 mm
Body Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus on front, Vegan leather on rear, 6000 series high strength aluminium (frame)
Weight 189 g
Water Protection IPX8 Water-resistant design
Available Colours Midnight Blue, Spring Green, Peach Fuzz
Rear Camera Video Software Shooting modes: Night Vision, Timelapse (w/ Hyperlapse), Super Slow motion, Portrait, Dual Capture, Spot Colour, Auto Camcorder Mode, Adaptive Stabilisation
Other features: Auto Focus Tracking, Video Snapshot, Selfie Video Mirror, HDR, Audio Zoom, Selfie Stick Support
Front Camera Video Capture 32 MP selfie camera, 4K UHD (60/30fps), FHD (60/30fps)
External display Main: 4K UHD (60/30fps), FHD (60/30fps), Tele: Not supported
Rear Camera Software Rear main camera Shooting modes: Portrait (24 mm/35 mm/50 mm/85 mm), Long Exposure, Dual Capture, Ultra-Res, Night Vision, Tilt-Shift, Pro, Scan (powered by Adobe Scan), 360° Panorama, Spot Colour, 50 MP Ultra Resolution, Photo Booth
Artificial intelligence: Photo Enhancement Engine, Action Shot, Auto Smile Capture, Gesture Capture, Google Lens™ integration, Colour Optimisation, Style Sync
Other features: Google Photos Auto Enhance, Ultra HDR (10-bit format), Burst Shot, Timer, Assistive Grid, Leveller, Metering Mode, Watermark, Live Filters, Selfie Photo Mirror, Selfie Stick Support, RAW Photo Output, QR/Barcode Scanner, Quick Capture
Rear Camera Video Capture Rear Main Camera: 4K UHD (60/30fps), FHD (60/30fps)
4K UHD HDR10+ (30fps w/ EIS), FHD HDR10+ (30fps w/ EIS)
Slow motion: FHD (960/240/120 fps)
Rear Telephoto Camera: 4K UHD (60/30fps), FHD (60/30fps)
Front Camera Software Front 32 MP camera Shooting modes: Portrait, Photo Booth, Pro, Dual Capture, Spot Colour, Face Beauty, Live Filters
Artificial intelligence: Photo Enhancement Engine, Auto Night Vision, Auto Smile Capture, Gesture Capture, Google Photos Auto Enhance
Other features: Burst Shot, Timer, Assistive Grid, Leveller, Google Lens, Selfie Photo Mirror, Selfie Stick Support, RAW Photo Output, Quick Capture (twist-twist), Tap anywhere to capture
Rear cameras on external display Rear main camera Shooting modes: Portrait, Photo Booth, Mirror Mode, Face Beauty, Live Filters
Artificial intelligence: Photo Enhancement Engine, Auto Night Vision, Auto Smile Capture, Gesture Capture, Google Photos Auto Enhance
Other features: Instant Review, Camera Cartoon, External Display Preview, Timer, Selfie Mirror, RAW Photo Output, Ultra HDR (10-bit format), Quick Capture (twist-twist), Tap anywhere to capture, Telephoto Mirror Mode
Front Camera Video Software 32 MP selfie camera Shooting modes: Portrait, Dual Capture, Timelapse (w/ Hyperlapse), Spot Colour, Adaptive Stabilisation, Face Beauty
Other features: Adaptive Stabilisation, Video Snapshot, Selfie Video Mirror
Rear cameras on external display Rear main camera Torch, Adaptive Stabilisation, Face Beauty, Tele Not supported
Camera 2 50 MP telephoto lens (f/2.0, 0.64 µm) or 12.6 MP (1.28 µm Quad Pixel) | 2x optical zoom
Flash Single LED flash
Main rear Camera 50 MP (f/1.7, 0.8 µm) or 12.6 MP (1.6 µm Quad Pixel) | OIS | Instant-all Pixel Focus
Front camera Main display: 32 MP (f/2.4, 0.7 µm) | 8 MP (f/2.4, 1.4 µm) Quad Pixel
External display Main: 12.6 MP (1.6 µm Quad Pixel) | OIS Tele: supports mirror mode only
Speakers Dual stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos® featuring Spatial Sound, Qualcomm® Snapdragon Sound™
Headphone Jack No
Microphones 3 microphones
FM Radio No
Voice Control Gemini, moto ai agent
Networks + Bands 5G | 4G: LTE | 3G: UMTS / HSPA+ | 2G: GSM / EDGE
3G: GSM850/900/1800/1900; BC0; W1/2/4/5/8
4G: B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/32/34/38/39/40/41/42/43/48/66/71
5G sub-6: N1/2/3/5/7/8/20/26/28/38/40/41/66/71/75/77/78
Bluetooth Technology Bluetooth® 5.4
Wi-Fi WiFi 5G, WiFi 6/6E, WiFi 7, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax/be, 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz & 6 GHz (specific regions only), Wi-Fi hotspot
Location Services GPS, A-GPS, LTEPP, SUPL, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou
SIM Card eSIM + physical SIM
In the Box
Device motorola razr 50 ultra
Components 68W TurboPower™ charger, USB Type-C cable, Guides, SIM tool, ESG protective case
Personalise Themes, Fonts, Colours, Icon shape, Lock screen, External Display, Display size and text, Layout, Sounds, Dark mode
Gestures Quick launch, Sidebar, Quick capture, Fast torch, Three-finger screenshot, Lift to unlock, Flip for DND, Pick up to silence, Swipe to split
Moto Secure Secure folder, Network protection, Phishing detection, Auto lock, Lock network and security, PIN pad scramble, Security & Privacy
Display Lock screen, Attentive display
Play Games, Dolby Atmos®, Media controls, Creator toolkit
Tips Razr basics, Personalize, Media, Call & replies, Camera, Unique features, Settings

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Exclusive Preview: Samsung Lights Up Vivid with AI Inspired Display



Samsung is back at Vivid Sydney, Australia’s annual light show spectacular, with an AI inspired display that will give Instagrammers plenty of sweet content to share online. Image Matrix Tech had an exclusive preview tour last night and this is what you can expect.

Lots of Light Globes

Located in the prime position of First Fleet Park, The Rocks – the Samsung ‘Chorus of Light’ is made up of 20,000 RGB light globes hanging from 1,600 strings (cables). It’s open from 6pm tonight, every night until June 15, 2024.

AI Inspired

Chorus of Light’ is inspired by Galaxy AI. Samsung is using the event to promote to AI features introduced with the S24 range earlier this year. The display will use Galaxy AI to help with photography or as Samsung calls it, NIGHTOGRAPHY.


As you walk among the hanging lights you’ll be directed to a couple of photo ‘platforms’ where a very polite guide will take a photo for you with an S24 Ultra. They can share it with you immediately using Quick Share. This works by generating a QR Code. It’s very fast and works with iPhone too. Given the team knows how the lighting works, it’s probably better they take the shot.

The other part of the interactive journey pays homage to Vivid Sydney 2024’s theme of ‘Humanity’. Visitors are asked to record a personal message of hope for the future in one of the 16 languages available with Galaxy AI. Each attendee’s message will then be live translated and expressed as a unique light display. The visuals are made possible by by renowned international media artist, Susan Kosti.

The recorded messages will later feature in an original track produced by multi-genre Australian musician and beat maker, Ta-ku. The track will be crafted entirely from vocal samples recorded within the Chorus of Light installation and launched on Samsung’s YouTube on 12 June for the world to hear.

Great View

The other section is a massive viewing platform that allows visitors to look down on the whole display. There are Galaxy phones and staff to help you capture the scene if you want the best result. They can fit about 60 people up there while the numbers going through the hanging lights is tightly controlled.

Wait – There’s More!

At the end of the tour, visitors can scan a QR code for a chance to win a travel prize. The prize pack includes a Galaxy S24 Ultra, Galaxy Buds2 Pro, Galaxy Watch6, and a $5K travel voucher.

Opening Times

The display is open to visitors from 6pm each night at First Fleet Park in The Rocks for the duration of Vivid Sydney. Vivid Sydney runs from Friday 24 May to Saturday 15 June 2024. Plan your Vivid Sydney trip at

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