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Where and when can you buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra?


Samsung has made its Galaxy Note 20 series official after months and months of leaks and rumors. The phones are shaping up to be pretty impressive on paper, with the Korean brand bringing plenty of power, relatively large batteries, and that S Pen goodness.

Of course, this doesn’t mean much if you can’t get the new Note. So here’s what you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 price, release date, and availability. You can scroll down for all the details or hit the button below to pre-order the phone.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 A “cheaper” Note
Samsung’s Galaxy Note line has always been for the power users, and this year’s models are no different. The standard Galaxy Note 20 has some trade-offs to hit a lower price point, but it should still satisfy many Note users.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Bigger, better, and pricier
Samsung’s Galaxy Note line has always been for the power users, and this year’s models are no different — especially the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This new ultra-premium phone is Samsung’s most refined device yet.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra release date

The Korean manufacturer announced the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at its Unpacked virtual event on August 5, with US pre-orders kicking off on the next day (August 6). Consumers in the US can pick up a Galaxy Note 20 series device from August 21 via carriers and retailers.

The US traditionally forms part of a first wave of launch markets for Samsung flagships, so we’re expecting the same situation here. Unfortunately, those countries not part of the first wave will likely need to wait a few more weeks for local availability.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra price and availability

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 rear panel

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Looking to get the S Pen-toting phones in the US? Then you’ll be spending a minimum of $ 999.99 for the Galaxy Note 20, which is only available in one RAM/storage variant. Meanwhile, those after the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will need to spend $ 1,299.99 for the option with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage. There’s also a 12GB/512GB option if you really need more internal storage, topping out at $ 1,449.99.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: $ 999 (8GB/128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: $ 1,299 (12GB/128GB), $ 1,449.99 (12GB/512GB)

The new phones are available in a variety of colorways, and you can check out the options below.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: Mystic Gray, Mystic Green, Mystic Bronze
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: Mystic Black, Mystic White, Mystic Bronze

Samsung’s own website is one of the better places to get the Note 20 series right now, as the firm is giving away $ 150 or $ 200 in store credit if you pre-order the Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra. This credit can be redeemed via the website or the Shop Samsung app, and you can spend it on accessories for your new phone or put it towards the new Game Pass bundle (featuring a gamepad and three months of Game Pass).

The manufacturer says it’s also dishing out an extra 7.5% discount to consumers who purchase the phones via their Samsung Money by SoFi account. Pre-orders also get four months of YouTube Premium and six months of Spotify Premium.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 A “cheaper” Note
Samsung’s Galaxy Note line has always been for the power users, and this year’s models are no different. The standard Galaxy Note 20 has some trade-offs to hit a lower price point, but it should still satisfy many Note users.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Bigger, better, and pricier
Samsung’s Galaxy Note line has always been for the power users, and this year’s models are no different — especially the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This new ultra-premium phone is Samsung’s most refined device yet.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra India price and availability

In India and intrigued by the new flagships? Then there’s good news, as consumers can pre-order the Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra starting today. You can also expect the latter device to be 5G-enabled. View the pricing details below.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 (4G only): Rs 77,999 (8GB/256GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: Rs 104,999 (12GB/256GB)

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra EU and UK price and availability

European and UK customers are also be getting in on the Note action. There’s also a cheaper, 4G-only Note 20 version, and the entry model for each phone ups the storage from 128GB to 256GB. Check out the pricing below.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 (4G only): £849/€959 (8GB/256GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: £949/€1,059 (8GB/256GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: £1,179/€1,309 (12GB/256GB), £1,279/€1,409 (12GB/512GB)

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra best deals and offers

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 display

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AT&T has revealed its Galaxy Note 20 series offerings and you can find its installment prices below.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: From $ 33.34 a month for 30 months (128GB, $ 999.99 retail).
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: From $ 43.34 per month for 30 months (128GB, $ 1,299.99 retail), $ 48.34 a month for 30 months (512GB, $ 1,449.99 retail).

AT&T is holding a limited time offer for new and existing customers, letting you trade in an eligible phone to get the Note 20 for free. Well, technically you’re getting $ 1,000 credit, and you need to buy it on a 30-month installment plan with the network’s unlimited plan.

Verizon has also confirmed its Galaxy Note 20 sales, with the core offerings as follows.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: From $ 41.66 a month for 24 months on Verizon Device Payment (0% APR; $ 999.99 retail).
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: From $ 54.16 a month for 24 months on Verizon Device Payment (0% APR; $ 1,299.99 retail).

The network is also offering a number of promos, such as buying any Note 20 device on a premium Unlimited plan and getting a second Note 20 series or S20 series phone as low as free. Buy a Note 20 series phone on any other unlimited plan, and the second aforementioned phone is available half off.

Verizon is also slashing 25% off all Note 20 cases, screen protectors, and charging goodies during the pre-order period.

T-Mobile is selling the Galaxy Note 20 series as well with these prices:

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: From $ 41.67 a month for 24 months on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (128GB, $ 999.99 retail).
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: From $ 54.17 a month for 24 months on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (128GB, $ 1,299.99 retail), or for $ 149.99 down and $ 54.17 a month for 24 months on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (512GB, $ 1,499.99 retail),

T-Mobile is also offering some promos, including getting a second Galaxy Note 20 for free with the purchase of the first Note 20, or up to $ 1,000 off a second qualifying Galaxy smartphone of equal or lesser value when you add a line. You may also be able to get up to $ 500 off a Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra, when you trade in a qualifying device.

U.S. Cellular is selling the new phones with the following offers and discounts:

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: From $ 9.99 a month for 30 months for new customers who sign up for Port in and Everyday or Even Better Unlimited plans.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: From $ 19.99 a month for 30 months for new customers who sign up for Port in and Everyday or Even Better Unlimited plans.

In addition, current upgrade-eligible U.S. Cellular customers on the Basic, Everyday or Even Better Unlimited plans can get $ 300 in bill credits when purchasing either the Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra.

This is all we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 price and availability. We’ll be updating this article with more deals and other details as we hear about them. In the meantime, you can check out more Samsung Unpacked news below.


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Samsung One UI 2.5: What we know so far


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Samsung’s One UI made its debut in 2018 replacing Samsung Experience as the company’s unifying Android skin. Since then, we’ve seen one major update, a number of minor patches, and an interim version (One UI 2.1).

Now, while most Samsung flagships and newer devices run on One UI 2.1, version 2.5 is expected to make its debut this year. Here’s what we know about Samsung’s upcoming Android skin update.

Samsung One UI 2.5: Features

According to a SamMobile report earlier this year, One UI 2.5 could feature further tweaks to its navigation gesture support, including bringing Google’s default Android gestures to third-party launchers.

See also: When should you expect to receive the Android 10 update?

One UI 2.1 brought a slew of camera features to updated devices, including Single Take, Night Hyperlapse, and a Pro Video mode to some devices. Quick Share and Music Share also featured in the update too. It’s not yet clear what One UI 2.5 will bring in this regard.

In a June poll, more than 90% of respondents told us that they really hate Samsung’s advertisements within its default apps, but it’s not clear if the situation will get better or worse with One UI 2.5.

Availability and supported devices

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 hoem screen on windowsill

Expect One UI 2.5 to make its debut on Samsung’s 2020 flagships before any other devices, this includes the Galaxy Note 20 line, the Galaxy Fold 2 (or Galaxy Z Fold 2), and the Galaxy Tab S7 series.

Tweets by leaker Ice Universe and XDA writer Max Weinbach on July 23 suggest that One UI 2.5 will arrive on the Galaxy S20 series “soon.” Weinbach noted that early software testing began earlier in July for the S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip too.

Samsung’s current flagship series won’t be the only device lines to see the update though. It’s likely that recent Samsung smartphones running Android 10 or One UI 2.1 could receive a push to One UI 2.5.

We may have to draw the line for some older devices though. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 recently received the One UI 2.1 update, for instance, but is nearing the end of its two-year major update support cycle. This will likely include the Galaxy S9 series too.

As for devices further down the price ladder, Samsung recently updated the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 to One UI 2.1, so expect the mid-range Samsungs to receive One UI 2.5 a little later.

Looking for the latest and greatest Samsung phones ahead of the release of One UI 2.5? Then you can reserve the Galaxy Note 20 via the button below.


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Speed Test G: Huawei P40 vs Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus (Exynos version)


Our own Gary Sims just pitted two major devices with similarly named chipsets against each other in a Speed Test G round. That’s right, it’s the Huawei P40 vs Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus fight out you’ve been waiting for!

To be clear, the variant of the Galaxy S20 Plus here is not one you’d buy in North America — those devices use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. The international models of the Galaxy S20 line, though, use Samsung’s own Exynos 990 chipset, which is what’s featured here. The Huawei P40 uses the proprietary Kirin 990 SoC, so this is an interesting matchup.

Who comes out the winner in the Huawei P40 vs Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus battle? You’ll need to check out the video above to see, but we’ll say this: you might want to rethink the P40 if you are looking to play some graphics-heavy games.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold 2: All the juicy rumors so far (Updated: June 25)


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Update, June 25, 2020 (02:03 PM ET): We have updated this article with some new Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 rumors. We’ve got some alleged design information as well as a particular feature the Fold 2 is likely to not have. Read on for more!


Original article: The original Samsung Galaxy Fold certainly made waves — both good and bad — which has led to a fair amount of interest and rumors around the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. For all the good things about the original Fold, its shocking price tag kept most from being interested in picking up the device. Add in a very rocky launch, and it’s easy to understand why buyers may have been apprehensive at first.

Samsung has had time to sort out those issues with the upcoming Galaxy Fold 2. The firm has now shown the ability to make a rather exceptional foldable phone with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, and the early sales success of said device has demonstrated that people are willing to buy a folding phone. The time might be just right for Samsung to drop the next great foldable smartphone.

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We’re going to take a look at all of the Galaxy Fold 2 rumors we’ve heard so far. We will update this page as new rumors emerge. Make sure to check back often to see the latest developments from Samsung’s second-generation foldable phone.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2: Name and release date

Samsung Galaxy Fold Review reflections

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Samsung tends to be reasonably predictable with its naming conventions, so we’re confident that the next device in the Fold line will be called the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. The company could decide to change things up and go with a letter or something different, but we’re leaning towards Fold 2.

As far as a release date goes, Samsung did reveal a window for the device in its financial report. The company cited a “new foldable” coming in the second half of the year. Considering the original Samsung Galaxy Fold launched in the second half of 2019 (September 6, 2019, to be specific), it would stand to reason that the follow-up would come around the same time.

Heres what display industry insider Ross Young has to say about the potential announcement:

Unfortunately, you might not be able to actually get the phone in August. Young also says that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 probably won’t enter full production until that month, which means it likely wouldn’t hit store shelves until September, at the earliest. It may be another situation where Samsung shows us the foldable during a big event but then tells us we’ll be able to actually buy it later.

Design

Samsung Galaxy Fold rear cameras

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As far as the design of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, we’d expect an overall similar form factor to the original Samsung Galaxy Fold, with a few notable exceptions.

First, the Galaxy Fold 2 is tipped to drop the large camera notch for a more familiar solution. It’s purely speculation at this point, but it’s likely Samsung wasn’t happy with the unbecoming look of that design. Either way, we can expect to see a punch-hole camera in the upcoming phone, which some users might consider an improvement over the original Fold’s design. For what it’s worth, sometimes-reliable leaker Ice Universe backs up this claim.

We’d expect the device to feature both a large internal display that folds and a smaller external display, just like on the original fold. However, it’s very possible Samsung could increase the size of the external display, possibly even giving it more “normal” proportions.

According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will be available in both black and brown color options. There’s no word yet on a silver color option like we saw on the original Galaxy Fold.

Rumored display specs

Samsung Galaxy Fold Review open in hand

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Since the main selling point of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will be the displays, it’s not surprising that a bulk of the leaks we’ve seen are related to either the internal or external displays.

So far, rumors point to the Galaxy Fold 2 possibly having a 6.23-inch screen on the outside with an impressive 2,267 x 819 resolution. That display is likely to come with a 60Hz refresh rate.

As we reported, though, the main display on the inside could come in at a whopping 7.59 inches. The original Samsung Galaxy Fold had a 7.3-inch internal display, so it looks like the display of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 could be a bit bigger. Instead of 2,152 x 1,536, the new Fold 2 will possibly have a 2,213 x 1,689 display.

The main display will be quite large, coming in at 7.59 inches.

The most exciting aspect of the internal display is the rumored 120Hz refresh rate. That high refresh rate could really improve the performance of the display and could end up being one of the device’s biggest selling points. Whether for gaming or general usage, a 120Hz display is easily one of the most substantial upgrades a phone’s screen can get, so the prospect of having it on a screen that’s well over 7-inches is exciting.

Internal specs and features

Samsung Galaxy Fold Review camera in focus

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As one might expect from a high-end 2020 smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is tipped to feature 5G connectivity. With mobile data clearly moving toward the speed and performance offered by 5G, it seems all but necessary for Samsung to include it with its latest foldable.

The camera specs for the upcoming Galaxy Fold 2 have also leaked, and it appears that the device could feature the same camera system as the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus. That means it could come with a 12MP wide-angle sensor, a 64MP telephoto lens, a 12MP ultra-wide shooter, and a VGA time-of-flight sensor. In terms of smartphone cameras, those aren’t the best specs you can find, but it’s a solid array of lenses that’s versatile for a variety of photography purposes.

Rumors point to the Galaxy Fold 2 having some interesting specs. It might not be the total flagship experience you would expect.

Interestingly, an early report suggested the Galaxy Fold 2 could come with a Snapdragon 855 chipset instead of the new 865. Since Samsung started development on the phone several months ago, it’s possible the company didn’t have access to the latest chip before it needed to finalize its plans.

However, it’s also possible Samsung could add in the Snapdragon 865 ahead of the official Fold 2 release. Since the phone would practically need to be 5G-ready for it to stand with other 2020 flagships, it would make way more sense for the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 to come with a 5G-ready chipset rather than attach a 5G modem to last year’s processor. We’ll need to wait and see, though.

Finally, it seems that the Galaxy Fold 2 might not support the S Pen. Allegedly, this is due to the UTG being too delicate to support the high-pressure taps of a stylus.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2: Price and availability

Rumors of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 price could have buyers feeling a little skittish. According to Ross Young, the device will sell for between $ 1,780 and $ 1,980. That means it’ll sell within the same range as the original Samsung Galaxy Fold.

That high price was one of the Fold’s biggest detriments: buyers just didn’t seem to feel comfortable shelling out close to $ 2,000 for a yet unproven technology. If the Galaxy Fold 2 does end up at the $ 1,780 price point, that will make it $ 200 less than the original, which is certainly better, but still more expensive than most flagship phones on the market.

It’s tough to say in which countries the company will choose to release the Galaxy Fold 2. It’s a niche device that doesn’t have the same level of appeal as a phone from the Note or S line. However, we’d expect the phone to launch in the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, and India since those are the countries in which Samsung released the original Fold.

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Best Samsung Galaxy deals: Save $200 on the entire S20 line


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The Samsung Galaxy S20 is currently the newest member of the Samsung flagship family, and there are already tons of discounts available for it. If you don’t mind going with a slightly older flagship, you can save even more on older models. We’ve gone ahead and rounded up the best Samsung Galaxy deals around, going all the way back to the Galaxy S8.

Whether you’re on the hunt for the most premium devices, the more budget-friendly A and J series, or the still-powerful Galaxy S10 family, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll keep updating the deals as better sales come along or old ones end.

Best Samsung Galaxy deals:

Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of the best Samsung Galaxy deals regularly as new one are announced.


1. Samsung Galaxy S20 deals

If you’re looking for the absolute latest and greatest, you’ll probably find yourself drawn to the Galaxy S20 series. Whether you want the incredible 100x zoom of the S20 Ultra or the latest Qualcomm SoC that powers the entire line, look no further.

See also: The Samsung Galaxy S20 buyer’s guide

The Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of the most powerful phones you can get, but its price tag matches the specs. You can also grab the S20 or the S20 Plus, depending on how much screen real estate you want.

Here are the best unlocked Galaxy S20 deals around right now.

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If you don’t mind the international version of the Galaxy S20 Plus, then you can save even more from a reputable eBay seller via the link below. The trade-off in getting this version of this phone is that it runs the Exynos 990 processor rather than the Snapdragon 865. It also won’t be compatible with CDMA carriers, and may not be subject to a US warranty.

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This is the international version of the Galaxy S20 Plus with the Exynos 990 processor rather than the Snapdragon 865. It’s factory unlocked for GSM networks, but won’t be compatible with CDMA carriers like Verizon, Sprint, or Boost.

You can also save up to $ 500 on any of the S20 phones with an eligible trade-in.

If you don’t mind committing to a contract, you can also check out these Verizon and Sprint deals:

  • Save up to $ 700 at Verizon with an eligible trade-in.
  • Start a Sprint Flex Lease and get the S20 for $ 15 per month, the S20 Plus for $ 20 per month, or the S20 Ultra for $ 25 per month.

 2. Galaxy Z Flip deals

Remember the good old days of flip phones? Those days are back. Samsung recently introduced the Galaxy Z Flip to compete with the Motorola Razr among others, and now you can save money and experience the hype. If you want to turn heads when you whip out your phone, the Z Flip is the one for you. You just may have to be careful how rough you are with the folding screen.

There aren’t many deals around for the Z Flip at the moment, but you can get the unlocked version from Samsung and save $ 500 with an eligible trade-in.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Relive your flip phone nostalgia in a whole new way with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. Experience a folding screen and be the envy of those around you.

Read our review if you want to learn more.


 3. Samsung Galaxy S10 deals

If you want a phone that still packs a punch but may not have the latest specs anymore, the Samsung Galaxy S10 should be right up your alley. It was Samsung’s first line to feature punch-hole cameras across the board and run on the Samsung One UI skin.

You can also take your pick from the budget-friendly Galaxy S10e, the standard Galaxy S10, and the larger Galaxy S10 Plus. Big savings on unlocked versions of these phones have dried up a bit recently, but you can find deals here and there.

For example, the Galaxy S10 is available on Amazon for $ 599.99 ($ 150 off). It’s worth checking the S10 Plus and S10e deals on Amazon regularly too, as prices can drop significantly at any time.

You can also trade your current device back to Samsung and save money. Check out these links:

If you’re devoted to one carrier, you can also grab the following deals from Verizon and Sprint:

Check out our review here if you have more questions.


 4. Samsung Galaxy Note deals

The Samsung Galaxy Note has become synonymous with the term phablet. The massive screen, the integrated S-Pen, and the sharp rectangular shape are all trademark features of the line. Picking up a Galaxy Note is an obvious choice if you want the biggest device on the block or you make notes on your phone constantly.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is the latest offering in the line, but you can also grab the Note 9 with a couple of refurbished deals too. The unlocked versions are available at the widgets here:

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Galaxy Note 10 Plus

You can trade your device back to Samsung to save money with these links:

You can also save a nice chunk of change with a Sprint Flex Lease:


 5. Galaxy S9 deals

Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone in sunrise gold in a person's hand.

If you don’t need the newest devices or you’re on a limited budget, you can still pick up a renewed Samsung Galaxy S9. It still features a Snapdragon 845 chip and runs Android 10, but you only have one rear camera to work with. Just like Samsung’s other offerings, you can choose from the standard size or the Plus depending on what you prefer.

Your only option to grab the Galaxy S9 brand new at this point is Amazon, but there are plenty of choices if you want a renewed unit. Check out both options below.

Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

You can also read our review as always.


 6. Galaxy S8 deals

You can still grab the Galaxy S8 if you want to, but it might be just for the sake of nostalgia. The Galaxy S8 marked Samsung’s introduction of the Infinity Display and shipped with Android 7.0 Nougat on board. It also features a 3,000mAh battery and 64GB of storage which may still be enough for the Google Pixel 4 but is comparatively small when stacked against newer Galaxy devices.

It’s probably unheard of to find a brand-new Galaxy S8 at this point, but you can grab a renewed one from the widgets below.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
Experience the first phone with an Infinity screen. The display stretches from edge to edge, giving you the most screen in the smallest space. You can also use iris scanning to protect your information for your eyes only.


 7. Samsung Galaxy A and J deals

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Samsung may offer the Galaxy S line as its flagship, but you can also check out the Galaxy A and Galaxy J lines if you’re on a very limited budget. Both lines take a step back in terms of processors, offering Snapdragon 600 series and Samsung’s Exynos chips. The Galaxy A series is more of a midrange line, offering teardrop notches and smaller bezels while the J2 Dash is a bit more basic.

Here are a few of the best deals you can get on these phones:


Now that you’ve hopefully taken your pick of the Samsung Galaxy deals, here are a few more resources that might be helpful:


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Here’s our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, a probably expensive tablet


The Android tablet market has never been robust. However, if you’re looking for the absolute best tablet Android has to offer, you can’t go wrong with one of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Tab S devices. For 2020, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will likely be the king of the crop, and we’ve got our first look right here.

Thanks to @OnLeaks (via Pigtou), we have our first leaked renders for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7. When it comes to leaked renders, @OnLeaks is usually dead-on, so we can say with relative confidence that what you see here is what the Tab S7 will look like.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 renders

The renders do not show the Apple Pencil-like stylus that came with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. However, you can clearly see the rear groove in the renders where it would magnetically attach, so it’s likely we’ll see a stylus with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7.

You can also see the dual-lens camera array on the rear of the renders, which is similar to the Tab S6’s cameras. However, it appears the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has a flash included, which we didn’t see on the Tab S6. To be clear, though, it’s possible that the module area where @OnLeaks put a flash could instead be for a third camera lens, although that’s unlikely.

Related: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 review

Unfortunately, renders such as these don’t give us an idea about the internal specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7. We have heard that it will have a huge 7,760mAh battery, 5G connectivity in certain areas of the world, and plenty of RAM and storage. That’s all just rumor at this point, though.

One thing is relatively certain: the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will probably be very expensive. The Galaxy Tab S6 launched for $ 650, so the follow-up will probably match that price or even hit the $ 700 mark. Start saving your pennies.

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Samsung updates Galaxy Note 10 series with May security patches


Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Aura White back at angle

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Update, May 1, 2020 (2AM ET): The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 phones are now receiving the May 2020 security patches in select regions. According to XDA-Developers, the new update is rolling out with software version N97xFXXS4CTD1. It’s reportedly available in a bunch of European countries, including France, Poland, Switzerland, and Germany.

With this update, the Note 10 phones also get a new bootloader (v4), which means that you won’t be able to manually downgrade to previous builds after downloading this OTA.

The update will first hit Exynos variants of the Galaxy Note 10 and is expected to roll out in batches to all other models and regions subsequently.


Original article: Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus update hub. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about the latest Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus updates. That includes their current versions and when future updates are likely to arrive. Keep in mind that the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus generally receive their updates at the same time.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus The S Pen is mightier than the sword
The S Pen makes the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus better than the vast majority of its competition. It offers more pro features than you can poke a stick at and packs all the top-tier specs you’d expect from a Note.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus update

  • Current stable version: Android 10
  • When will the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus get Android 11? December 2020 (estimated)

The Galaxy Note 10 line launched in August 2019 with the then-latest version of Android, Android 9 Pie. Like most Android flagships, these are expected to receive at least two major updates in their lifetimes.

The first confirmed major update is Android 10, which publicly launched toward the beginning of September. Soon after, Samsung began a beta program for its flagships, including the Note 10 line. This beta program lasted for a few months before Samsung started rolling out Android 10 in a stable form.

At this point, nearly every device in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 family, including the Star Wars model and the Sprint version, should have the Android 10 update. Any stragglers should get it by the end of January 2020. That update will include One UI 2.0, based on Android 10.

Samsung also beat Google to the punch with the January 2020 security patch, rolling it out to the Note 10 before Google rolled it out to the Pixel 4. Samsung’s update game has been on point lately, and the Note 10 is its sixth device to get the latest security patch.

According to a few Reddit posts, Canadian Galaxy Note 10 devices began receiving the latest Android 10-powered One UI 2.0 update January 6. Devices on carriers Telus, Bell, Rogers, and Sasktel received the update first, and other carrier devices followed suit shortly.

Two days later, a tipster over at Android Police let the world know Samsung began pushing out the latest stable Android 10 update to unlocked Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G devices in the UK. That same day, we also saw the update roll out to Indonesian variants of the Note 10 series thanks to a post on Reddit.

The March 2020 security update officially rolled out to Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus devices in the first week of March. It landed on devices in the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, and Hungary. The update didn’t introduce anything particularly exciting, but improved security is always welcome.

On April 21, Samsung made Galaxy S20 camera features available on Canadian Note 10 devices. The features included: Single Take Mode, Night Hyperlapse, custom filters, Pro Video Mode, and more. The update also introduced new Quick Share and Music share functionality to the phones. Quick Share lets Galaxy Note 10 users easily share photos, videos, and other large files with contacts nearby, while Music share lets others play their music on Bluetooth devices connected to your Galaxy Note 10. You can read more details about the new camera features here.

You can manually check for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 update on your own device by heading to Settings > Software update > Download and install.

Android 10 also landed on Galaxy Note 10 devices in Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Qatar (h/t: Android Police) in January 2020. A little more than a month later, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus got their first post-Android 10 updates. These updates brought improvements to facial recognition and navigation gestures.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus update availability Android 10 Android 11
AT&T Active TBA
Sprint Active TBA
T-Mobile Active TBA
Verizon Active TBA
Star Wars Edition Active TBA
U.S. Unlocked Active TBA
International Unlocked Active TBA

Let us know which Galaxy Note 10 update you’re rocking in the comments. Also, feel free to tip us if you’ve spotted a recent update we’ve missed!

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Samsung Galaxy Fold update brings Galaxy S20 camera features to foldable


Update, April 29 2020 (6AM ET): Samsung pushed out Android 10 to the Galaxy Fold in late March and early April, including several Galaxy S20 features as well. Unfortunately, we didn’t see the Galaxy S20’s camera features in this update.

Thankfully, Samsung has just rolled out another Galaxy Fold update (h/t: SamMobile), and this one brings a few prominent S20 series camera features. Some of the more prominent additions include Single Take mode (automatically taking videos and pictures) and Night Hyperlapse.

Other prominent additions include the ability to record videos in Pro mode, custom filters based on your existing snaps, and the May 2020 security patch.

SamMobile adds that the update has the version number F900FXXU3BTDD and is rolling out in France right now. Hopefully it doesn’t take too long to reach other markets.


Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy Fold Android update hub. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about the latest Galaxy Fold updates, including their current versions, and when future updates are likely to arrive.

Samsung Galaxy Fold One of the first folding smartphones in the market.

Samsung Galaxy Fold update

  • Current stable version: Android 10/Android 9
  • When will the Samsung Galaxy Fold get Android 11? TBA

The Samsung Galaxy Fold launched with Android 9 Pie, the then-latest version of Android. It’s expected to receive two major updates in the future in keeping with most flagship Android phones.

Samsung Galaxy Fold update availability Android 10 Android 11
AT&T TBA TBA
US Unlocked TBA TBA
International Unlocked Yes TBA

The Samsung foldable received a major update (version F900U1UEU3BTCE) in late March and early April, bringing the Android 10-based One UI 2.1. This update also delivered Quick Share and Music Share capabilities.

Let us know which Galaxy Fold update you’re rocking in the comments, and if you’ve spotted an OTA we haven’t, tip us!

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Samsung was working on at least two new custom CPUs before shutdown


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Samsung’s Mongoose custom CPUs have appeared inside the firm’s flagships since 2016’s Galaxy S7 series, all the way to the most recent Galaxy S20 family. The custom CPU division was shut down by Samsung late last year, suggesting that we won’t see any more Mongoose CPUs going forward.

Now, Android Authority has spotted four LinkedIn profiles, confirming that Samsung was working on at least two new Mongoose custom CPUs. All four profiles name-drop the Mongoose M6, which would’ve likely appeared in the Galaxy S21 or whatever Samsung’s early 2021 flagship is called. After all, the Mongoose M5 is in the Exynos Galaxy S20 series.

A LinkedIn account containing references to an unreleased Samsung Mongoose custom CPU.

One of the profiles also references the Mongoose M7, suggesting that the original plan was for the 2022 flagship to have a seventh-generation custom CPU. Check out the relevant screenshot below.

A LinkedIn account referencing an unannounced Samsung custom CPU.

It certainly makes sense that Samsung was working on new custom CPUs prior to the division being shut down, as custom CPUs take a long time to bring to market. We’re not sure whether the company will drop work on the Mongoose M6 entirely along with the shuttered division, or if it intends to keep working on it in some capacity.

The Exynos-powered Galaxy S20 series (which contains custom CPUs) received criticism after several tests showed the Snapdragon version was more powerful and had better graphical performance. This was reflected in our own performance testing, although our testing also showed that the Exynos variant had better endurance.

News of Samsung’s unreleased custom CPUs comes a day after a report revealed that Google is working with Samsung to produce a mobile chipset. It’s believed that this processor could land inside a Pixel phone as soon as next year.

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You can now wirelessly transfer files from your Samsung phone to Windows 10 PC


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Microsoft’s Your Phone app is perhaps one of the most useful ones out there for people who use Android phones and Windows PCs. The app allows users to seamlessly access notifications, reply to text messages, as well as make and receive calls on their PCs.

Now, Samsung is extending its partnership with Microsoft to bring yet another useful feature to its phones. You can now drag and drop files from your Samsung phone to your Windows 10 PC, without having to hook up any wires.

The new file drag and drop feature requires a Samsung device running Link To Windows version 1.5 or higher. This means that most recent Galaxy phones and tablets like the Galaxy Note 9, Note 10, S9, S10, S20, and more will be able to make use of the feature. Here’s the complete list of Samsung devices that support Link to Windows.

Microsoft notes that the new file sharing system is currently available to its Windows Insider community, so we can expect it to roll out more widely pretty soon.

Types of supported files

The new drag and drop feature supports all kinds of file types apart from folders. However, you can only transfer up to 100 files at a time and no single file can be larger than 512MB in size.

You can currently drag files from your Samsung phone’s Gallery app or My Files app only. From your PC, you can drag and drop any file of your choice to the Samsung device.

How to drag and drop files from Samsung phones to Windows 10 PCs?

You will first need to download the Your Phone app on your Windows 10 PC. Once you’ve done that, follow the steps given below to transfer files from your Samsung phone to your PC.

  • Open Phone Screen in the Your Phone app on your PC
  • Navigate to a folder in the My Files section
  • Long press on the desired file until a checkmark appears
  • To transfer additional files, simply tap on them
  • Use your mouse to long-press again on the files you’ve selected and wait for a thumbnail to appear
  • Drag the files to your desired location on your PC
  • The cursor will change to show when you’re able to drop the files

If you’re transferring images from your phone’s Gallery app, follow the instructions given below.

  • Open Phone Screen in the Your Phone app on your PC
  • Navigate to Albums and select one
  • Long press on a photo until a checkmark appears
  • To transfer additional photos, simply tap on them
  • Drag and drop images the same way as mentioned above

Vice versa, if you want to copy files from your PC to your phone, follow these steps mentioned below.

  • Open Phone Screen in the Your Phone app on your PC
  • Select files from your PC that you’d like to transfer
  • Drag files to the Your Phone window
  • The cursor will change to say Copy and that’s when you can drop the files by releasing the mouse
  • Navigate to Internal Storage > Downloads folder to see your transferred files

Remember, minimizing the Your Phone app during the drag and drop process will cancel the transfer and you’ll have to start from scratch again.

Certain Samsung devices also support a text copy and paste function, as well as RCS Messaging though the Your Phone app. You can read all about it here.

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