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Galaxy Note 9, iPhone XS Max battery test isn’t what you expect

All the advanced features in a smartphone would be pointless if your mobile device doesn’t survive long enough for you to plug it in at the end of the day. In lieu of the long-dead practice of replaceable batteries, OEMs are now being asked, often demanded to put larger batteries into smartphones that are growing larger every year anyway. Naturally, … Continue reading

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Galaxy A9 official: 4x the fun, 4x the choices to make

Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy A9. No Pro or Star after its name, just Galaxy A9. At this point, there was little it could say that wasn’t already leaked before, even by its own crew

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Galaxy S10 three models confirmed by Chinese certification

This month will probably see more new smartphones come to market than last month’s IFA, but for Samsung fans, the show is mostly over and they’re setting their sights on next year’s flagship. Unless Samsung does an Apple, that is expected to be simply called the Galaxy S10. Not only that, it might have three models even.

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The big Galaxy S10 release and why I’ll wait for the Note

This week we’re having a peek at the Galaxy S10’s various rumored features and explore reasons why you might want to wait for the Note. We’re looking pretty far out into the future, here, so keep that in mind whilst perusing the details

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Galaxy S10 camera specs leak with a triple surprise

Though the Galaxy S10 won’t be here for months, we’ve already heard a number of rumors about the device. A few of these rumors have centered around the improvements Samsung will make to the rear-facing camera. If a new report is to be believed, then those improvements should be significant

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Exynos Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8 can do 4K 60fps recording

Just because you have a fancy, advanced image sensor capable of 4K 60 fps video recording doesn’t mean you’ll be able to do that on your smartphone. Your phone’s processor needs to be able support that rather heavy load and, even if it could, your OEM has to allow that feature to be made available to users. When one of … Continue reading

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Galaxy A6 (2018) lands on AT&T a few months too late

Samsung just announced its most “innovative” A series smartphone last week and is close to revealing its most eccentric one next week.

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Galaxy Note 9 update improves camera, takes a new stab at P20 Pro

The newest Galaxy Note 9 software update includes notes about improvements made to the device’s back-facing cameras.

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ITC judge denies Qualcomm’s request, won’t stop iPhone imports

While the patent lawsuit battle between Qualcomm and Apple is far from over -- remember how long it took for things to get settled with Samsung?

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Golf Edition has data on 60,000 courses

Samsung has launched a new smartwatch designed specifically for golfers, the Galaxy Watch Golf Edition. The watch itself is the same as the Galaxy Watch; the big difference lies in the software, which includes a Smart Caddie app to help golfers keep track of their record and shots, learn about the green, and more.

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