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Samsung fans have had it with the company’s Exynos processors

For the longest time, Samsung has been equipping its flagships with its in-house Exynos chipsets in most countries and selling the same devices with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon chip in select markets like the US and China. Having its in-house mobile processor was a major advantage for Samsung back in 2015. Qualcomm’s flagship chip that year, […]

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I’m seriously impressed with the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s charging speed

The battery capacities on Galaxy phones in all price segments have received a massive boost this year. From the budget-friendly Galaxy M11 to the $1400 Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung has released quite a few phones that have a 5,000 mAh battery in recent months. The Galaxy S20 Ultra, despite some power hungry features like a 120Hz […]

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Galaxy S20’s 120Hz refresh rate is awesome despite the limitations

Samsung’s move to displays with high refresh rates has come later than most other players in the Android smartphone market. But the Korean giant made up for the delay by going straight to 120Hz refresh rate instead of slapping a 90Hz display on its latest flagship, the Galaxy S20 series. The Galaxy S20, S20+ and […]

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Samsung’s grasp on form and function impressed me most at Unpacked

This year’s Unpacked event felt a little bit more special than it did in previous years, and that’s mostly because Samsung seemed to have a very clear picture of where it wants to push its smartphones next. Not only that, but the company appears to have achieved something great at this year’s Unpacked by mastering […]

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One way Samsung will benefit from being first to enter foldables market

Samsung’s launch of its first commercial foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold, was turbulent. The company overlooked an important aspect of the Fold’s design and had to delay the device’s release for nearly six months. Many believe the design oversight happened because Samsung simply wanted to be first with a foldable device on the market, and […]

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Galaxy Note 10 Lite’s older processor could set a bad precedent

For the longest time, Samsung has stuck to its strategy of launching two flagship phones each year. And, while the feature gap between Note and Galaxy S flagships have shrunk considerably in recent years, every Note flagship has built on what Samsung offered with the Galaxy S flagship in the same year. This year was […]

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