I have mixed feelings about the Galaxy S23’s processor rumors

Exynos processors are infamous for lower performance and throttling issues. Although Samsung came back strongly with the Exynos 2100, its chips still haven’t been able to match the performance of rival Snapdragon processors. It is rumored that Samsung won’t use Exynos chips in Galaxy S phones in 2023 and 2024, which gives me mixed feelings. […]

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We may never know why Google Assistant took so long to reach the Galaxy Watch 4

As most of you have heard, Google Assistant went live for the Galaxy Watch 4 series earlier this week, finally ending a waiting period of nearly one year. Better late than never is true, but we can’t help wondering why it took this long for this highly-anticipated feature to go live. Samsung and Google developed […]

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Why it’s time for you to switch to a Samsung foldable smartphone

Before 2019, it felt that we had reached peak smartphone design. All phones felt too similar, looked similar, and didn’t really get your imagination going. It seemed like nobody was making an effort to push the envelope and that manufacturers had become complacent. That changed when Samsung came out with the original Galaxy Fold. Here […]

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Google has a new line of Pixel devices and Samsung has nothing to worry about

Google had a lot to unveil at I/O 2022, from search engine updates and new APIs to an expanded series of Pixel devices. The Pixel lineup now includes a Pixel smartwatch, the Pixel Buds Pro earbuds, two Pixel 7 smartphones, and a Pixel tablet, the latter of which will be released next year. Google I/O […]

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Google Pixel Watch shows why Samsung is the king of smartwatch design

It’s not uncommon for unreleased devices to be leaked so frequently that they basically become the worst kept secret of all time. We’ve seen this happen many times with Samsung smartphones and devices made by other manufacturers. In recent weeks, the Google Pixel Watch has been the worst kept secret of the tech world. The […]

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The small Galaxy S22 is calling out to me like no other Samsung phone

I love the smallest Galaxy S22 model. If you read our review of that phone, you know that already. I was full of praise for the base Galaxy S22, as it’s got so much going for it despite being one of the most compact flagships from Samsung in the last few years (the Galaxy S10e […]

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My Snapdragon Galaxy S22 Ultra’s performance has been nothing short of excellent

This year’s Exynos chipset, the first to be born from Samsung’s partnership with desktop processor and GPU maker AMD, was expected to put an end to all the problems that have plagued Exynos chips over the last few years. That clearly didn’t turn out to be the case. The Galaxy S22 phones powered by the […]

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With no new Galaxy Note, 2022’s second half is going to be boring for Samsung fans

It’s been a long-time tradition: Samsung has launched a new Galaxy S flagship at the beginning of the year and a new Note flagship in the second half of a year for almost a decade. It was only last year that Samsung finally stopped doing so. The Galaxy Note line has now been merged into […]

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Samsung killing the Galaxy Watch bezel ring would be so bad

I’m sure you’ve heard it by now: According to our very own sources, Samsung could be launching a Pro version in its new Galaxy Watch lineup this year. Whether or not this means the Classic model is going away is unclear at this time, but I sure do hope Samsung isn’t going to be killing […]

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The perfect Galaxy S22? Snapdragon or Exynos, there’s no such thing

Samsung has been struggling with Exynos chipsets over the past few years. Exynos variants of its high-end phones have shown slower performance and lower battery efficiency. People had hoped that Samsung would not have any such issues in 2022, thanks to Samsung’s partnership with AMD. However, the situation didn’t change. Tests have consistently shown that the […]

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Even my Galaxy Tab S7 FE runs Samsung DeX better than my Galaxy S22+

The Galaxy Tab S7 FE lives in the shadow of the more powerful Galaxy Tab S8 flagship series, but I recently found the Fan Edition tablet at a significant Easter-themed discount, so I bought one. I didn’t get the chance to test it too much over the weekend, but there’s one thing I need to […]

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Why Samsung needs to release a Galaxy Z Flip 4 BTS Edition

The Galaxy Z Flip 3 is a somewhat unsung hero of the foldable market. Don’t get us wrong; it’s not like people don’t know about it. The Z Flip 3 is the best-selling foldable phone of all time, and many people are aware of it. However, it probably doesn’t get the high praise and attention […]

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Samsung should have played a part in Google’s Android 12L for tablets

Samsung is the best Android tablet manufacturer around, but the sad reality is that, despite the powerful hardware, Android tablets lag massively behind Apple’s iPads in market share. Google, Android developers, and hardware manufacturers don’t seem to have cracked the tablet code entirely, but Android 12L could steer things in the right direction. Android 12L […]

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Samsung’s attempt at a laptop replacement tablet feels insulting

“Laptop replacement” has become a buzzword that attempts to describe and market some of the most powerful tablets around. The term arguably gained popularity after Apple released the iPad Pro 12.9, and of course, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra falls in the same device category. Personally, I think having a tablet that can replace a […]

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 The Galaxy A73’s got something the Galaxy A72 sorely missed

The Galaxy A52 was Samsung’s best overall mid-range handset last year. The Galaxy A72 was a close second, with many interesting features (including an optical 3x telephoto camera) on-board, but Samsung made a compromise on one of its most important aspects: the Galaxy A72 was powered by the same Snapdragon processor as the Galaxy A52. […]

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Except Galaxy A53, all mid-range phones in the US are a waste of money

You tend to find price-conscious consumers everywhere, even in developed markets like the United States. The economic fallout from the pandemic has also forced people to re-evaluate their spending habits. They’ve cut back spending on luxuries and items that may not be that important. This economic impact has been felt in the smartphone market. Demand […]

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If Google can’t do Android anymore, maybe it should be left to Samsung

A bit controversial, but hear me out. Android is one of Google’s most valuable products. It powers billions of devices across the globe. Through Android, Google’s other services like search, Gmail, YouTube, Maps, etc have access to an unrivalled user base. That’s how it has basically shifted the user acquisition cost to you, the user. […]

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Can Samsung please stop releasing flagships with older Android versions?

Samsung’s software update game is crazy good. It was already better than anything else a couple of years back when the company was providing two major OS upgrades to most of its devices, flagship or otherwise, and back in 2020, Samsung took things a step further by announcing support for three major OS upgrades for […]

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Samsung should be ready for this dangerous Apple iPhone threat in 2022

Even though it makes some of the best cheap Android phones, Samsung continues to be the only Android OEM that gives Apple a tough time. No other manufacturer has the kind of depth in its premium lineup as Samsung does. This enables the company to effectively compete against Apple’s iPhone. For years, Apple only launched […]

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Don’t get too excited by the Galaxy Buds 2’s brand new audio feature

When Samsung launched the Galaxy Buds 2 last year, it had almost all the features of the Galaxy Buds Pro except for 360 Audio. Earlier this week, Samsung started rolling out 360 Audio to the Galaxy Buds 2 via a software update, but you shouldn’t get too excited about the new feature. I have been […]

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