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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to support Samsung DeX without DeX Pad or DeX Station

Samsung launched Samsung DeX with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. It was what Samsung believed to be the future of the mobile workstation, but it was pretty much a flop. Not very many people used DeX because the station was too expensive and inconvenient. Samsung is looking to make up for that with the...

Samsung to Permanently Discontinue Production and Sales of Galaxy Note 7

It's been a rough ride for Samsung in the second half of 2016. After news emerged that Samsung would be pausing the production of the Note 7, newer developments kill off all hopes of the "temporary halt" ever transitioning back to full scale production. For starters, yet another Galaxy Note 7 burned up, this time in...

Replaced Galaxy Note 7 Reportedly Catches Fire

Samsung just hasn't had much luck with the Galaxy Note 7 this year, and this latest report suggests that things might not be changing anytime soon. Samsung has been dealing with their voluntary replacement program for the device since the start of this month. The South Korean conglomerate was hoping this program was all that they needed...

The Root of the Problem: Reminiscing How And Why Tinkerers used Samsung Phones

The Galaxy Note 7 is looking to continue the locked-down trend of recent Samsung flagships, and coupled with the fact that the relatively-unlocked variants come with Exynos processors, many of our users have been dreading the prospect. We’ve seen this at the bottom of nearly every story surrounding the latest Galaxy phones -- users leaving...

Opinion: Fit and Finish Work Best With a Focus on In-Hand Feel

Frequent XDA readers might remember my Note5 review, which came out not too long ago. Since that was published, I’ve been testing other devices and have not been able to “daily drive” the Samsung's shiny phablet for further testing -- a particular frustration given the ROM scene is starting to pick up thanks to dedicated...