Buz Investors Galaxy A5 Samsung Electronics Canada announced the addition to the Galaxy A series at CES 2017 in Las Vegas: the 5.2-inch Galaxy A5 smartphone, with refinements that deliver a beautiful design, powerful performance and ultimate convenience.

Samsung Introduces Stylish, Powerful and Practical Galaxy A5 with Enhanced Camera

Samsung Introduces Stylish, Powerful and Practical Galaxy A5 with Enhanced Camera

Samsung delivers intuitive innovation with the latest addition to the Galaxy A smartphone series

Buz Investors Galaxy A5 Samsung Electronics Canada announced the addition to the Galaxy A series at CES 2017 in Las Vegas: the 5.2-inch Galaxy A5 smartphone, with refinements that deliver a beautiful design, powerful performance and ultimate convenience.

Buz Investors Galaxy A5 Samsung Electronics Canada announced the addition to the Galaxy A series at CES 2017 in Las Vegas: the 5.2-inch Galaxy A5 smartphone, with refinements that deliver a beautiful design, powerful performance and ultimate convenience.

“At Samsung, we want to ensure Canadians have access to the latest innovation to get them closer to what they are passionate about,” said Paul Brannen, COO and Executive Vice President, Mobile Solutions, Samsung Canada. “The Galaxy A5 is a testament to this; we integrated our unique approach to design with features Canadians have come to love to provide added performance to fit their connected lives.”

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Crafted with premium metal and glass, the Galaxy A5 seamlessly fuses 3D glass and a metal frame with a modern finish. Zero camera protrusion on the front and back complete its sleek, attractive design. The Galaxy A5 is available in two stylish colours: Black Sky and Blue Mist.

Capture important memories with the enhanced front and rear 16-megapixel cameras, which are now stable with accurate autofocus, resulting in vibrant and clear photos, including selfie in low-light conditions. With the Galaxy A5, taking selfies is now super easy. The 16MP front and rear cameras with Light+ Camera ensure your shots are clear and bright, even in low-light environments. The new Floating Camera Button helps you comfortably take selfies with one hand and the front flash ensures brightness, even when captured in dark settings. The camera on the Galaxy A5 offers a simplified UX design, including easy swipe to quickly change modes or instant filters to activate picture effects. Users can leverage modes such as the Food Mode, to optimize photos and enhance the colour of images.

Galaxy A5 takes the hassle out of everyday tasks. The smartphone offers IP68 water and dust resistance1, allowing it to better withstand the elements, including rain, sweat, sand and dust, making the device suitable for a variety of activities.

The Galaxy A5 provides more memory with expandable storage with microSD support up to 256GB. With a longer battery life to keep up with users’ active lifestyles and Fast Charge, the device powers up in no time. The Galaxy A5 is equipped with reversible USB Type-C port for easy connectivity, including hassle-free charging. It also features Always On Display so users can quickly glance at the time and calendar without waking up the device, saving time and battery.

Samsung Cloud allows users to easily back up data and images, and with security top-of-mind, they can also separate private data and keep the contents safe in a Secure Folder, which supports biometric authentication.

About Samsung Electronics Canada

Samsung Electronics Canada inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies. The company is redefining the worlds of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, cameras and digital appliances. In 2016, Samsung was ranked in the top 10 most influential and reputable brands in Canada, based on studies by Ipsos Reid & Leger. Committed to helping Canadians live connected and make a difference, its Samsung Hope for Children corporate giving program supports children’s education, sustainability and health-related issues in communities across the country.

 

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) hands-on

Rumors about Samsung Galaxy are going wild all the time and people tend to be a bit too critical. But there are some devices which deserve some love for their simplicity.

We are talking about the new A-series that were silently launched in the beginning of January. Galaxy A3 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017) didn’t receive quite the attention they actually deserve but we guess it would take some time until Samsung’s first rate marketing engine kicks into a higher gear. And that won’t happen on all markets as the new A-series is not available everywhere on the same terms i.e. the A7 (2017) will not appear in Europe.

We got our hands on Galaxy A5 (2017) and before jumping in our labs to perform our usual tests, we decided to share our first impressions.

 

 

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Galaxy begins 24 hour lithium production from Mt Cattlin

Galaxy begins 24 hour lithium production from Mt Cattlin

Galaxy begins 24 hour lithium production from Mt Cattlin

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  • Buz Investors 24 hour lithium production  Galaxy’s lithium carbonate plant in Jiangsu was the first lithium carbonate plant I ever visited starting out on my own. This was back in 2010 and  the clean tech world looked quite different; For starters the lithium story was fairly new, there were more than 45 lithium junior hopefuls, “Tesla” was not a household name and the term “Gigafactory” was a vague, far off concept-
  • in fact, I’m not sure whether the phrase had even been coined. The Galaxy Jiangsu plant, which you can see in the photo, was mostly dust with the beginnings of a construction site and was at least eight months away from looking even remotely like a processing plant. (And still I drove excitedly for almost 3.5 hours on a slow Chinese bus to see it!)
  • Just three years later in 2013, Galaxy had fallen into the usual junior trap of being over-leveraged and unfocused. Consequently, the business lost market and shareholder support. Like so many junior mining companies, it was thought that Galaxy would disappear. By December 2013, Galaxy’s share price had tumbled to around $0.038 from around $0.42 a year earlier.

24 hour lithium production

Buz Investors 24 hour lithium production Galaxy’s lithium carbonate plant in Jiangsu was the first lithium carbonate plant I ever visited starting out on my own. This was back in 2010 and the clean tech world looked quite different; For starters the lithium story was fairly new, there were more than 45 lithium junior hopefuls,

After seven turbulent years, the hard-work and dedication finally paid off when Galaxy awarded the contract for mining services at its Mt Cattlin site to Piacentini & Son Pty Limited (“Piacentini”). The last few weeks have been spent hurriedly processing 230,000 tonnes of blasted ore through the plant before full round-the-clock production was announced on 7thDecember. During this time, Galaxy instructed Mitsubishi Corporation to nominate their first shipping vessel to transport their initial output of lithium concentrate. The concentrates are being transported from the port of Esperance, where the refined product is being trucked this instant.

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24 hour lithium production

The lithium-ion battery sector is one of the largest consumers of lithium, currently estimated to constitute around 26% of total global lithium demand. Originally used in computing and mobile communication devices, lithium ion batteries are experiencing increasing demand from fast-growing markets such as hybrid and electric vehicles. New emission targets, falling battery costs, improved driving range, an ever-expanding charging infrastructure, and the seemingly insatiable desire for an enhanced driving experience is expected to drive continued growth in this market. Growth in renewable energy and grid-storage systems is also is also expected to benefit the lithium market. Projected annual installations are expected to reach more than 15GW by 2025, from the current installed base of under 2GW.

Mt Cattlin is one of three projects owned and operated by Galaxy, along with the James Bay lithium pegmatite project in Quebec, Canada, whose preliminary economic assessment indicated resources of 11.75 million tonnes grading at 1.30% Li2O, and the Sal de Vida (Salt of Life) deposit, one of the world’s largest and highest quality undeveloped lithium brine deposits. The company has completed the feasibility study for the Sal de Vida project, which is proven to have incredible expansion potential.

 




SSNLF Stock: Will Galaxy Note 7 Kill Samsung Stock?

SSNLF Stock: Will Galaxy Note 7 Kill Samsung Stock?

SSNLF Stock: Will Galaxy Note 7 Kill Samsung Stock?

  • Buz Investors Following Will Galaxy Note 7 Kill Samsung Fans of the “iPhone” and Apple Inc.(NASDAQ:AAPL) are having a good laugh. After the latest “Galaxy Note 7” battery explosions, its maker Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
  • (NASDAQ:SSNLF) has announced it would cease all further production of this smartphone, perhaps the iPhone’s biggest contender.
  • Now, after this kind of embarrassment, you would think that Samsung stock would have crashed in a bigger ball of fire than its Molotov-style incendiary phone.

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SSNLF Stock: Will Galaxy Note 7 Kill Samsung Stock?

Will Galaxy Note 7 Kill Samsung SNLF stock is trading some 32% higher year-to-date, and analysts have appreciated the company’s latest earnings release. While “Android” phones account for over 87% of the market, Samsung still plays a dominant role within that market.

All indications are that Samsung will recover from this problem, probably stronger than ever. Samsung experienced a full meltdown on October 11 as it announced a literal blackout of its production. Samsung stock lost eight percent that day. But it has already started to bounce back.

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If that’s not enough to convince you, Samsung stock has plenty of upside left: check your TV monitor. There’s a good chance it’s a Samsung. That said, Apple stock will gain as the Galaxy Note 7 is out of contention. The Korean company had no choice but to recall all phones and cease production. Why should Samsung have risked more?

Keeping the offending phones on the market would only have hurt Samsung shareholders. The company has taken the hit now, while it’s still manageable, rather than later, when it could have caused a debacle. This week, and maybe over the next few months, Samsung will be the subject of campfire jokes, but stopping production was the only way to find a bottom for Samsung stock.

 

Galaxy Resources Ltd.(GALXF)- OTCPK - Current

Galaxy Resources Ltd.(GALXF)- OTCPK – Current

Galaxy Resources Ltd.(GALXF)- OTCPK – Current

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Galaxy Resources has projects in Australia, China, Canada and Argentina. It produces lithium.

Galaxy owns the Sal de Vida lithium and potash brine project in Argentina, located in the “lithium triangle”, where Chile, Argentinaand Bolivia meet, and the James Bay Lithium Pegmatite Project in James Bay, Quebec, Canada.

Galaxy also owns the Mt Cattlin spodumene-tantalite mine at Ravensthorpe, Western Australia,[1] operated in joint venture with General Mining Corporation. The mine is currently being refurbished from care-and-maintenance for an April 2016 production start-up.

In May 2016, Galaxy announced a merger with joint venture partner General Mining Corporation. The resulting company would have a combined market capitalization of A$700 million, focused on lithum production through its acquisition of further lithium mines

Galaxy Resources Limited is a lithium-focused resources company, with assets spanning Australia, Canada and Argentina. The Company is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (Code: GXY).

Since June 2013, the current management team has taken the Company through a series of significant financial restructuring initiatives to strengthen and improve the balance sheet. In April 2014, Galaxy announced the divestment of its processing plant in Jiangsu Province, China – a deal which held an enterprise value of US$173.2 million.

Galaxy is currently advancing plans to develop the Sal de Vida Lithium and Potash Brine Project (“Sal de Vida”) in Argentina, which is situated in the Lithium Triangle, a region where Chile, Argentina and Bolivia meet, and presently accounts for 60% of global lithium production. Sal de Vida is a proven high quality resource has excellent promise as a future low cost production facility.

The Company also owns the Mt Cattlin Spodumene Mine near Ravensthorpe in Western Australia and the James Bay Lithium Pegmatite Project in Quebec, Canada.

Once processed, lithium compounds are used in the manufacture of ceramics, glass, and electronics and an essential ingredient in producing battery materials such as cathode and electrolyte. It is also used in the manufacture of long life lithium-ion batteries used for consumer electronics, power tools, electric bikes as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Anticipating the growing demand, Galaxy is positioning itself to become a major supplier of high quality lithium.

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