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T-Mobile has begun rolling out Android 10-based One UI 2 update for the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ devices in the US. The release comes even before the unlocked devices receive it in the country.
Samsung has begun rolling out the ability to replace its own cloud storage service for media backup with Microsoft's OneDrive. The feature is currently limited to Note10 devices in Europe.
Samsung has started rolling out the stable Android 10 and One UI 2.0 update for the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ in Germany. For now, the update is rolling out to users running the One UI 2.0 beta.
Samsung has begun rolling out its Android 10-based One UI 2.0 Beta to S9 and Note9 devices in India and South Korea. The official rollout for S10 and Note10 devices are reportedly pushed to Jan 2020
Samsung has announced that PlayGalaxy Link is coming to more of its mobile devices, including Galaxy Fold. PlayGalaxy Link lets you connect your phone to your computer to play games remotely.
Samsung has announced that it'll be releasing a special edition of the Galaxy Note10+ inspired by the Star Wars franchise, ahead of the release of The Rise of Skywalker on December 20.
Samsung has released the beta version of its PlayGalaxy Link software, which lets users stream their PC games from the computer to the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+. It's available in the U.S. and Korea.
Samsung's Hungary website accidentally confirmed the existence of two yet unreleased products - the Galaxy A91 and A90 5G - through a charger listing. The A91 might support 45Watt fast charging.
One of the key features in Samsung's new Galaxy Note10 is Link to Windows, which provides better integration with Microsoft's Your Phone. The feature is coming to more Galaxy handsets.
The new Galaxy Note10 is seeing most of the benefit from the partnership between Microsoft and Samsung, with the Your Phone app being more reliable and capable on the newly-launched phones.
After the unveiling earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and its larger sibling the Galaxy Note10+ will be available for purchase online and in stores in over 70 countries starting tomorrow.
Samsung has released a DeX app for Windows and Mac devices, which lets users use their Samsung phones in a desktop-like interface through their computer rather than using a standalone screen.
With scores of 113 for the rear cameras, 99 for the front-facing camera, and the top score for video recording, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G is the new champion for the DxOMark scale.
Samsung has been sending users notification ads via a couple of its apps announcing the Galaxy Note10 series. Users took to Twitter to complain about the unwarranted advertisements.
Some of Samsung's promotional materials following the launch of its new Galaxy Note10 suggested the phone's frame was made of stainless steel. The company now says it's made of aluminium.
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A new report says Samsung has confirmed the lack of support for its Gear VR headset on the Galaxy Note10 series. It's not clear as well whether this will be addressed with an adapter, instead.
Samsung and Microsoft have announced the latest steps in their strategic partnership. The move means Samsung and Microsoft products are more closely integrated, increasing productivity for users.
After much rumors, leaks, and anticipation, Samsung has formally announced its trio of Galaxy Note10 handsets, including the 6.3-inch Note10, the 6.8-inch Note10+, along with the Note10+ 5G.
Samsung will be live streaming its Galaxy Unpacked event on Wednesday at 16:00 EDT. Here are all the details you need to tune into the event so you can see the new product being offered, live.
Samsung's Galaxy Note10 series of handsets seem to be Samsung's worst-kept secret at this point, but now, a wide range of marketing materials have been leaked, with nothing left to the imagination.
Samsung's Galaxy Note10+, the larger variant of the tech giant's upcoming flagship device, has been spotted being used in a subway. The phone is set to unveiled by Samsung on August 7.
We've seen plenty of renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, but now famed leaker Ice Universe has shared images of the Note10+ showing off its ultra thin top and bottom bezels.
Verizon was first in-line among other mobile carriers to start shipping a Galaxy S10 5G variant, and it looks like it will be offering Note10+ 5G pre-orders first as well, along with a free Note10.
Ahead of its release, Samsung's Galaxy Note10 and its larger variant's specs have been leaked. The devices will reportedly both be offering 256GB of storage, and run on the Snapdragon 855+ chipset.
Official pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 have been leaked accidentally by none other than the FCC itself. The images offer a good look at the upcoming phone, laying to rest countless rumors.
Fresh leaks show off the possible colors that Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note10, might be offered in. The gradient back is similar to what is offered on the Huawei P30 Pro.
Alleged hands-on photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note10+, the bigger model in the series, have leaked on Twitter today, showing a hole-punch camera cutout placed at the center of the display.