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Have you been eyeballing an upgrade to Samsung's Galaxy Note 10+ or Galaxy Note 10? If so, you may be interested to know about Microsoft's new trade-in promotion. Microsoft is offering up to $650 in trade-in credit towards a Galaxy Note 10+ or Galaxy Note 10, with the highest values being paid for a Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 9, or an iPhone X series handset. The maximum credit amount is even better than what Samsung offers through its own trade-in program, which is $600 off when upgrading from (and trading in) a Galaxy S10+. Samsung also has a spotty history with regards to its trade-in program, with some users venting on Twitter and Reddit about their experiences. There is a catch to Microsoft's... Read more...
Now is a great time to buy a Samsung smartphone. Why is that? Over at Best Buy, several of the company's higher end models are marked down $200, including the fancy new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. If you not interested in the Galaxy Note 10 series, there are a bunch of other models on sale, too. The Galaxy Note 9 is marked down as well, with savings ranging from $300 to $450 off the MSRP, and you can save a bundle on various Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S9 phones, too. As an added bonus, Best Buy is tossing in a free wireless charging pad, which gets added to your cart automatically. The offer is good with a qualified activation. You can browse the entire selection of discounted phones by following... Read more...
Samsung's Galaxy Note series of large format Android smartphones has never been about compromise. The pen-wielding, hybrid devices have always been bigger, more powerful and more capable, with larger batteries and as many bells, whistles and features as Samsung could cram in. As such, Galaxy Note users generally hail from a power user demographic, oftentimes with enterprise and business use cases that require an expanded tool set. And so for this passionate following, it probably comes as no surprise that Samsung has once again upped the Note's game with the latest iteration, the Galaxy Note 10 series.   The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 now comes in two sizes, a more modest 6.3-inch Galaxy... Read more...
While we can usually count on mobile SoC performance increasing year-over-year on the latest iPhones and Android-based smartphones, one thing that hasn’t seen a dramatic increase is battery life. While smartphone OEMs have been able to allow for super-long runtimes with massive lithium-ion batteries (like the gargantuan 5,000 mAh unit in the ASUS ZenFone 6), power density has pretty much stayed the same. That could change with a switch from lithium-ion battery technology to graphene, and Samsung is apparently leading the way. That news comes to us from gadget leaker Evan Blass, who claims that Samsung could release a Galaxy smartphone as soon as next year (but most likely in 2021)... Read more...
During yesterday's Samsung Unpacked event, the South Korean electronics maker briefly displayed a slide showing the two main versions of the Galaxy Note 10, and accompanying price points. As shown above, there are also 5G variants of both the Galaxy Note 10+ and, yes, the smaller Galaxy Note 10, though availability for the smaller model is limited. According to the slide, US pricing breaks down as follows... Galaxy Note 10: $949 and up Galaxy Note 10 5G: $1,049 and up Galaxy Note 10+: $1,099 and up Galaxy Note 10+ 5G: $1,299 and up However, even though Samsung displayed US pricing for all four SKUs, only three of them are available in the US. The smaller Galaxy Note 10 5G will only launch in... Read more...
Samsung Unpacked 2019 is here and the company has just unveiled the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. The devices are intended to aid productivity, inspire creativity, and deliver on performance. All three devices were created in conjunction with both everyday consumers and those who use their devices on the job. All three devices will incorporate the popular Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor in the United States, shooting down rumors that we had heard to the contrary. Devices available for sale outside of the United States will feature Samsung's new 7nm Exynos 9825 SoC. The Galaxy Note 10 will include 8GB RAM with 256GB internal storage. The Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+... Read more...
Samsung is the world's leading producer of smartphones, as it maintains a narrow lead over competitors like Huawei and a more sizable advantage over Apple. As a company that is at the forefront of smartphone design and innovation, one that has a lot to lose with any missteps in the sector, recent comments by Samsung executives have caught our attention. Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh first lamented the failed launch of the Galaxy Fold, which the company billed as the "smartphone of tomorrow", stating, "It was embarrassing. I pushed it through before it was ready." But for a smartphone that is supposed to represent the future of mobile communications, it's a future that might not be long for... Read more...
Timing is everything, and with that in mind, it is certainly no coincidence that Samsung has unveiled its new Exynos 9825 chipset just ahead of the launch of its upcoming Galaxy Note 10 device. The upgraded system-on-chip (SoC) will undoubtedly find its way into Samsung's latest flagship handset, bringing with it a performance bump. The Exynos 9825 is Samsung's first slice of silicon to be manufactured using its 7-nanometer extreme ultraviolet (EUV) low power plus (LPP) lithography. Without taking a deep dive into semiconductor design and production, utilizing EUV wavelengths allows for printing smaller circuits. Samsung announced in October of last year that it had begun mass producing EVU-based... Read more...
Samsung is set to unveil its all-new Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphone family at a Samsung Unpacked event on Wednesday, August 7th. Fortunately, we already know quite a bit about the smartphone so far, which means that this week's unveil is more of a formality at this point.  Processor Up until a few days ago, we were pretty certain about what would power the Galaxy Note 10; now we're not so sure. While we had originally expected that global versions of the smartphones would get the Samsung Exynos 9825 and U.S. phones would get some variant of the Snapdragon 855, Evan Blass threw a monkey wrench into the rumors late last week. According to Blass, while the global versions of the... Read more...
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ launch is just days away, which means that we're getting further refinements on information that has leaked over the past few months. It also means that reliable gadget leaker Evan Blass is providing some updated details on what his sources are whispering into his ear about the new phones. In this case, we're getting some rather surprising news on the SoC that will be powering the Galaxy Note 10 family. It was first rumored that the flagship smartphones destined for the U.S. market would be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC, and then it was thought that the smartphones would use the newly released Snapdragon 855 Plus. Blass is now saying... Read more...
A new leak by Ice Universe is showing off what is claimed to be a rendering of the coming Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The rendering highlights the thin bezels that Samsung has used on the device to give it a high screen-to-body ratio. The leaker claims that based on renderings, the side bezels are 1.5mm thick with a top bezel of 2.0mm, chin bezel of 3.7mm, and a hole in the screen for the front camera that is 4.2mm in diameter. The thin bezels all around give the Galaxy Note 10+ a screen-to-body ratio of 92.5%. The new renders aren't the only images we have seen of the Note 10 series of smartphones. What are thought to be official renderings of the Note 10 leaked earlier this month along with some... Read more...
A new family of Galaxy Note devices is headed to retail next month, and while Samsung has not yet officially announced its Galaxy Note 10 lineup, it is already accepting reservations. Incidentally, the reservation page also tips an upcoming promotion—if you trade in your existing smartphone, you can save up to $600 on a Galaxy Note 10. Samsung will also gift a $50 instant credit towards "eligible devices and accessories" when reserving a next-generation Galaxy Note 10 handset. That is on top of the trade-in credit. There is no upfront monetary cost to securing a reservation, you just have to enter in your full name, ZIP code, email address, and either the your carrier of choice—AT&T,... Read more...
The Galaxy Note 10 launch is just around the corner (less than two weeks from now), and of course that means a rush of leaks and rumors in the homestretch. Notable leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter) is yet again the source of a Galaxy Note 10 leak, this time in regards to a freebie phone offer through Verizon. Unfortunately, his Twitter account has been switched to private, so that only followers can see his posts. Boo! Fortunately, however, several sites managed to grab and post a screenshot of the leaked ad in question before his account went dark to outsiders. Here it is... Source: @evleaks/Twitter via Gadgets 360 Blass is known for leaking accurate information, though it would appear... Read more...
We are roughly two weeks away from the big unveil of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 family, and like clockwork, additional details on the smartphones are starting to rise to the surface. The latest bit of information comes from ever-reliable gadget leaker Evan Blass. According to Blass' latest report, the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will both be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC, which features faster CPU and GPU clocks to deliver increased performance. Qualcomm has previously billed the Snapdragon 855 Plus as a gaming phone-centric SoC, and it currently serves duty in the ASUS ROG Phone II. However, it's highly likely that Samsung is using this refreshed... Read more...
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