Galaxy Note 10+ 5G gets October 2020 security patch on T-Mobile’s network

The October 2020 security patch is now rolling out to various Galaxy smartphones, including the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on T-Mobile’s network in the US. The Galaxy A50 was the first Samsung smartphone to get the new security patch. Later, the update was released to unlocked variants of the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note […]

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Google Fi is now directly selling Samsung’s 5G smartphones

Google Fi now has nationwide 5G network coverage in the US. To go along with the faster network, the MVNO carrier has started selling 5G smartphones directly through its website, and the collection includes six Galaxy smartphones from Samsung. You can now buy the Galaxy A71 5G, Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G, Galaxy S20 […]

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Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 public beta rolling out in the US

Samsung started rolling out the One UI 3.0 public beta update to the Galaxy S20 series in South Korea yesterday. Today, the company has extended the availability of the Android 11-based update to the US. For now, the update seems to be limited to T-Mobile users with the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, or the Galaxy […]

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Le gouvernement américain veut toujours interdire WeChat sur le territoire

Début août, l’administration Trump s’est attaquée plus sévèrement à TikTok et WeChat, deux applications chinoises qui soulèvent plusieurs questions du côté du gouvernement. Le Président a signé un décret indiquant qu’elles représentaient un véritable risque pour la sécurité nationale. De son côté, TikTok est en train de se faire racheter par une entreprise américaine —Oracle, […]

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One UI 2.5 update is rolling out for T-Mobile’s Galaxy S10 series in USA

T-Mobile is now rolling out the One UI 2.5 firmware update for the Galaxy S10 series in the USA. One UI 2.5 was first released on the 2019 flagship lineup in early September after it debuted alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series. The highly anticipated update is now reaching the trio of flagships in the […]

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Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 series receive October 2020 security update

Samsung began rolling out the October 2020 security patch last week. The first Galaxy device to receive it was the Galaxy A50 but the update’s availability continues expanding to additional models. The Galaxy S10 and S20 series picked up the update earlier today, and next in line for the October 2020 patch are the Galaxy […]

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Samsung announces US pricing for The Premiere 4K projectors

Samsung had unveiled its lineup of 4K Ultra Short Throw (UST) laser projectors, The Premiere, earlier this month. However, the company had not announced the official pricing for the US. Now, the South Korean firm has announced the prices and shipping dates of its new projectors. The Premiere currently consists of two models: LSP7T and LSP9T. […]

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Every Galaxy Watch 3 variant in the USA except for Titanium is discounted

There have been a couple of limited-time opportunities to buy the Galaxy Watch 3 at a discount in the USA before, and now both Samsung and Amazon are once again offering the wearable for a lower-than-launch price. Prospective buyers can now acquire any Galaxy Watch 3 variant regardless of size, color, and connectivity features – as […]

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Galaxy S20 FE not cheap enough? You can now pre-order it for $100 off

Samsung’s new budget flagship, the Galaxy S20 FE 5G (Fan Edition) was unveiled yesterday and the device is now available for pre-order from Samsung’s website for $699. However, a few retailers in the USA are also offering the device on pre-order terms and they’ve dropped the pre-order price by $100. This means you can now […]

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Updates brings ECG to Galaxy Watch 3 in USA,Tizen 5.5 to Watch Active 2

The Galaxy Watch 3 has received its highly-anticipated ECG feature in the USA through a new firmware update. At the same time, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 in the USA is now catching up with the rest of the world. As you may recall, the Watch Active 2 was updated with new Galaxy Watch 3 features […]

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With the Galaxy S20 FE, Samsung finally got color availability right

Samsung made a pretty big deal about the Galaxy S20 FE’s rich color palette at Unpacked for Every Fan, as the device sports not two, three, or five color options but a total of six. They all carry the ‘Cloud’ name and they range from Cloud Navy to Cloud Lavender, Mint, Red, White, and Orange. […]

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Samsung’s latest sales promotion offers 25% cash back on various devices

Samsung has launched a new sales promotion in the USA that allows customers to get 25% cash back on select products. Samsung calls it the Total Home Event and customers can take advantage of this offer until October 3. However, you won’t get 25% cash back on any device when you go to checkout; instead […]

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AT&T’s Galaxy Tab S5e joins the rest of the world, gets Android 10 update

The Galaxy Tab S5e that was sold in the USA by AT&T is finally getting Android 10. The firmware update was originally released for the Galaxy Tab S5e in June and availability continued to expand to dozens of markets in subsequent weeks. US carriers are usually updating their devices later than the rest, and AT&T […]

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Verizon and Samsung begin lab trials for new 5G mmWave indoor cell sites

Verizon has announced that its upcoming 5G mmWave in-building solution for indoor coverage and private 5G networking will be powered by Samsung and Corning. The two companies have been chosen by Verizon after an industry-wide request for proposal, and lab trials have begun using Samsung’s solution. Samsung’s 5G mmWave indoor cell site solution will be […]

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Samsung fits world’s largest-in-sports LED videoboard at SoFi Stadium

Samsung’s LED display technology is now beating at the heart of the SoFi Stadium, the latter of which has become the world’s first stadium to feature 4K end-to-end video production. Samsung has been recognized as the Official Mobile, TV and Display partner of the 300-acre Hollywood Park located in Los Angeles, USA, and the inclusive […]

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Samsung requested an approval from the US to supply semiconductors to Huawei

Huawei’s smartphone and telecommunications businesses are facing a life-threatening situation due to the US government’s sanctions. The company will stop receiving DRAM chips, NAND flash chips, and OLED screens from Samsung starting September 15. Now, it is being reported that the South Korean company has requested approval from the US to supply semiconductors chips to Huawei. […]

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