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  1. Samsung’s Galaxy Fit 2 can last for up to three weeks on a charge Weeks of fitness tracking off a single charge Image: Samsung Samsung has a new fitness tracker on the way called the Galaxy Fit 2. It’s an updated version of the original Galaxy Fit band that offers a larger display and more battery life — much more battery life, in fact. Samsung is promising that the new model can last for at least 15 days on a single charge and up to three weeks depending on your settings. That’s a bi
  2. Samsung guarantees three ‘generations’ of Android OS updates for some Galaxy phones There are some caveats for A-series phones Becca Farsace / The Verge Samsung is promising to “support three generations of Android updates” for Galaxy phones, but that won’t apply to all the phones it makes. Samsung says it will happen for phones from the Galaxy S10 and newer, but that some of its lower A-series phones may not be up to it. In a statement to The Verge, Samsung clarifies that the guarantee “applies to S, N and Z Ser
  3. Samsung’s “beans” earbuds are here, and they’re called the Galaxy Buds Live Samsung’s latest true wireless headphones have noise cancellation, cost $170. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Samsung on Tuesday announced its latest pair of true wireless earbuds, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. The earbuds, whose bean-shaped design caused a stir in tech circles after leaking last month, will be available starting Thursday and cost $169.99. They'll be available in black, bronze, and white finishes.
  4. Samsung could build UK 5G if Huawei is banned Samsung says it can provide mobile operators with 5G kit (Image credit: focustech) Samsung says it could provide the kit necessary for UK operators to build 5G networks should they be banned from procuring Huawei equipment. The Korean electronics giant has a limited presence in the mobile equipment market but has big ambitions for 5G, hoping to secure 20 per cent of the market by 2020. It has seen strong demand in its native South Korea as well as from US operators who are ba
  5. A new Samsung wearable spotted in FCC filings, likely a Galaxy Fit successor A new Samsung wearable has been spotted in an FCC certification filing (spotted by The Verge). There are no references to the branding of the device. However, the model number mentioned in the documentation reads SM-R220. Guessing from the diagram and the model number, it is safe to assume that the wearable is similar in form factor to the Galaxy Fit line of fitness bands. The Galaxy Fit and Fit e bands bearing model numbers SM-R370 and SM-R375, respectively, were launched last year.
  6. Samsung could also stop including chargers with its phones Rumors of Apple not including a power adapter in the box of the iPhone 12 later this year picking up steam, it looks like Samsung is also preparing to follow suit. A report claims that Samsung executives have discussed the possibility of removing the charger from the retail packaging of its smartphones. The company is yet to take a final decision on this matter, but the argument for not including the power adapter is similar to that of Apple: most users already have access to multiple charg
  7. Samsung might be working on 'Lite' versions of the S10 and Note10 flagships Samsung launched its flagship smartphone offerings, the Galaxy S10 line and the Galaxy Note10 line this year. The phones interestingly came in three and two variants respectively, with the S10e and Note10 being the relatively “affordable” options. However, a new report suggests that the South Korean firm might be working on bringing a ‘Lite’ version of both the flagships which will supposedly be called the S10 Lite and Note10 Lite. These devices might be reminiscent of the “Mini” series that the compa
  8. Samsung's One UI 2.0 features detailed, beta release delayed to later this month Samsung debuted a major refresh of its take on Android through the One UI interface based on Android 9.0 Pie. The update brought with it a fresh look and was a step in the right direction for the company’s Android skin, coming from the much-criticized TouchWiz and the more recent Samsung Experience. With Android 10 now officially available, it is no surprise that the company is working on the update to One UI based on the latest version of the OS – dubbed One UI 2.0. Samsung beg
  9. Samsung starts Android 10 update at a record pace: Only three months late International Exynos models get Android 10, but the US will have to wait. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Samsung is starting the slow and arduous process of updating its flagship smartphone to the latest version of Android: Android 10. This is just the beginning of the Android 10 rollout for Samsung, which, according to tracking from SamMobile, starts with Exynos-powered Galaxy S10s in European and Asian countries, includ
  10. With the 2019 flagships out of the way, it's time to look forward to the 2020 flagships. One of the first rumors surrounding the Galaxy S11 is in. Аlthough, most of it is already expected. For starters, the S11 family is expected to come with Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 9830 depending on the market. But that's hardly of anyone's surprise. Perhaps the usual market arrangements will be at hand - Snapdragon 865 for China and the US and Exynos 9830 for the rest of the world. The lines of code that were discovered in Samsung's One UI 2.0 beta also suggest that the ph
  11. Samsung began rolling out Android 10 based One UI 2.0 Beta builds to Galaxy S10 devices early this month amid reports of a possible delay. The successor to Android 9.0 Pie-based One UI is more of an iterative update that brings with it polishes and improvements to existing features along with Android 10-specific features such as the gesture navigation system. However, users that are running the beta builds were in for a surprise when a recent update locked them out of their devices – refusing to accept any authentication methods. Users running recent One UI 2.0 Beta builds began repo
  12. Samsung claims it has sold 1 million Galaxy Folds From Galaxy Fold to Galaxy Sold Update, 12:52PM ET, December 13th, 2019: After the original publication of this artlce, Samsung has since clarified to Korea’s Yonhap News Agency that it hasn’t actually sold one million Galaxy Fold devices, despite what executive Young Sohn said on stage earlier this week. Yonhap says a company spokesperson “said Sohn may have confused the figure with the company’s initial sales target for the year, emphasizing that sales of the tech firm’s first foldable handset have not reached 1 millio
  13. Real-world photos confirm Samsung’s next flagship phone is called the Galaxy S20 Because 20 is higher than 11, you see There will be no Samsung Galaxy S11. Instead, Samsung is jumping ahead to the S20. Rumors had been swirling about the branding change in recent weeks, and today XDA Developers published the first real-world shots of the Galaxy S20 Plus. The phone’s startup screen confirms the new name; maybe Samsung is naming by year now. And we also see that the front of the device has a center hole-punch cutout that’s similar to the selfie shoote
  14. Samsung will soon start rolling out the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 update for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. While Android 10 itself brings a number of new features, Samsung has also improved its skin and added a number of new features to One UI 2.0. Here’s a look at some of the major new One UI 2.0 features. One UI 2.0 will be making its way to all Samsung devices that will get the Android 10 update. One UI itself was a huge overhaul from Samsung in the UI/UX department and it introduced a polish that was previously missing from the company’s devices. With One UI 2.0, Sams
  15. With the Galaxy S10, Note 10, and Galaxy Fold launch behind it, Samsung is now focusing on its 2020 flagship -- the Galaxy S11. The first set of rumors surrounding the device point to it coming with a 108MP camera sensor. So far we have seen the likes of the Realme XT and Redmi Note 8 Pro launch with a 64MP camera sensor; and Xiaomi is scheduled to launch a smartphone with a 108MP camera later this week. The sensor is a result of a collaboration between Samsung and Xiaomi. For comparison, most flagship Android smartphones and even the iPhone 11 series features a primary 12MP camera
  16. Declining demand for chips hurts the electronics giant's bottom line. Samsung's mobile division showed improvement during the company's third quarter. Samsung was hit hard in its third quarter by the slowdown in tech. The company on Wednesday reported a steep drop in operating profit amid ongoing weakness in the chip industry. But the company's bottom line was buoyed by stronger smartphone sales. The South Korean electronics giant reported its third-quarter operating profit for the three-month period ending on Sept. 30 came in at 7.7 trillion won ($6.6
  17. SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has ended mobile telephone production in China, it said on Wednesday, hurt by intensifying competition from domestic rivals in the world’s biggest smartphone market. The shutdown of Samsung’s last China phone factory comes after it cut production at the plant in the southern city of Huizhou in June and suspended another factory late last year, underscoring stiff competition in the country. The South Korean tech giant’s ceased phone production in China follows other manufacturers shifting production from China d
  18. New Samsung Galaxy S20 leak points to a 120Hz display, but no headphone jack The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus display said to be taller, too (Image credit: TechRadar) There are almost too many Samsung Galaxy S20 to keep up with this week, with the latest news strongly hinting at a 120Hz display but no 3.5mm headphone jack. And by 'strongly hinting' we mean 'nearly definitively confirming', as someone has had time with an alleged S20 Plus phone well before the Fe
  19. Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 price could be much, much cheaper than we expected Less than half its predecessor’s price The Samsung Galaxy Fold (Image credit: Aakash Jhaveri) The original Samsung Galaxy Fold cost $1,980 / £1,900 / AU$2,999, which made it a startlingly pricey handset even if it was the first widely available foldable phone. If you wanted a phone with a bendable display but were put off by the price, you might be in luck, because a new rumor suggests the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 could cost less than half what its predecessor did.
  20. Despite having a domestic workforce of around 200,000 employees, fewer than 300 Samsung employees are part of a union, which seems a little curious. So South Korean regulators decided to dig a little deeper, and after a five-month investigation spurred by officials from South Korea’s Justice party, prosecutors have reportedly slapped Lee Sang-hoon, the chairman of Samsung’s board of directors, and 31 other Samsung execs and affiliates with charges of union sabotage. According to the Financial Times, prosecutors for the case say Samsung’s efforts to prevent its workforc
  21. Not even smart TVs are safe from viruses and malware. Nearly anything that connects to the internet can be hacked. And that includes Samsung's QLED TVs. In a tweet, Samsung US support account shared a video Sunday outlining how users can scan their smart TVs for viruses. It is unclear what prompted the tweet or why the process seems to be opt-in as opposed to the operating system automatically scanning for viruses in the background. Samsung did not immediately respond to a CNET request for comment. The company deleted the tweet Monday morni
  22. Samsung has announced the Galaxy J2 Core, the company’s first phone to run Android Go. As previously leaked, that doesn’t mean stock Android in this case — Go is a stripped-down version of the operating system with lighter versions of Google apps and optimizations for lower-end devices, but there’s still a layer of Samsung UI on top. The J2 Core is based on Android 8.1 Oreo, not the upcoming Android 9 Pie version of Go. Here’s the list of specs for Samsung’s Galaxy J2 Core: 960 x 540 LCD an Exynos 7570 processor 2,600mAh battery 8-megapixel f/2.
  23. It seems like details about Samsung’s upcoming bunch of tablets are getting denser and denser. We just brought you news about a mysterious 10-inch tablet passing through the FCC and now new info appears to revitalize old rumors about Sammy’s 12.2-incher. A while back, specifications for the tablet leaked online, courtsey of the AnTuTu benchmark website and the device has also been spotted passing through the FCC as well as getting its Bluetooth SIG certifications. But ever since late October, nothing was heard about Sammy’s impressive tablet endeavor. Now Asian site Moveplayer claims they have
  24. The Global smartphone shipments hit 266.9 million units in the first quarter of 2014, according to a report from market researcher TrendForce. The three month period, starting from January to March, saw a rise of 1.13% compared to the same period of the previous year. The research firm is predicting the smartphone shipments to climb another 6.7% to reach 284.5 million units globally in the current quarter, which runs from April to June.Samsung, the global market leader managed to claim the first spot with a 30% market share of global smartphone shipments. According to TrendForce, most of the u
  25. The USPTO recently granted Samsung a patent for the design of a device that looks quite unusual. The patent filing describes the device as being a “mobile phone”, and yet this looks more like an elongated tablet. Or is it a smartphone with a weird aspect ratio? We took the new design and combined it with an image that has an aspect ratio of 21:9. As we suspected, the image matched the screen area perfectly. We first tried a 16:9 image, but we knew that it would not match. So it looks like this is indeed the design of a phone sporting a 21:9 aspect ratio display. The 21:9 aspect ratio is usua
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