The south Korean electronics company Samsung on Thursday revealed a new programs of its technology conference which is scheduled later this month as the company prepares to launch its latest solutions to boost consumer experience.
The Samsung Developer Conference in short SDC will take place online on 26 October. SDC was cancelled last year due to Covid-19 concerns.
The event first started in the year 2013. SDC is an annual event which brings more than thousands of developers, designers, content creators to discuss about future technologies. The Korean company has also been unveiling its upcoming technology visions at the event.
Koh Dong-jin, chief of Samsung's IT & Mobile Communications division, is set to deliver a keynote speech to explain the company's latest innovations in software, platforms and services this year.
For this year, highlight sessions will be comprised of eleven topics which includes One UI 4, Bixby, SmartThings and Tizen TV ecosystem.
As per information, there will be programs like 'Tech Talk', in which the company's experts will introduce the latest trends in technology and another program named as 'Code Lab', where developers can participate in coding through online connections.
It has been usually held near Silicon Valley, California as major IT companies are located there.
This conference generally focused on mobile technologies in the early days but recently it also presented new ideas and innovations in the areas of AI and Internet of Things.