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You can save $200 on the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra right now

They have only been on sale for a few short weeks, but we have our first price cuts for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Right now, you can save $200 on all variants of Samsung's new flagship device thanks to a surprise sale Amazon is having right now. Thanks to these discounts...

September 2020 security update rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy A50

Google has a tradition of rolling out Android security patches on the first Monday of each month, but that doesn't mean other OEMs can't beat the Mountain View giant at their own game. The latest Android Security Bulletin and Pixel Update Bulletin for September 2020 have yet to go live, but several Samsung phones have...

Pentastic is a new Good Lock module to theme the Galaxy Note’s S Pen

Samsung's Good Lock app offers a great set of first-party customization tools that lets you personalize almost every aspect of your Galaxy device. It packs in a ton of different modules with which you can customize everything from the lock screen to your device's theme. And the best part is that the company keeps introducing...

Samsung is shipping two different cooling systems in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, but there’s no reason to worry

When reviews of Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 Ultra hit the web earlier this month, some outlets reported that the device ran a little hot when performing certain intensive tasks. Multiple teardowns of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra then revealed that Samsung was shipping two different cooling systems: One consisting of a copper vapor chamber and...

Samsung Galaxy Note 20/Note 20 Ultra (Exynos) get unofficial TWRP, as official kernel sources go live

Android is built on top of the Linux kernel, which means the OEMs are obliged to provide the source code, upon request, of any Linux kernel binaries they distribute on devices they sell. Samsung has a fantastic track record of publishing such kernel source packages in a timely manner, and they have done it again...

Display Refresh Rates explained: What does 60Hz, 90Hz, 120Hz actually mean?

Higher refresh rate displays on smartphones are all the rage these days. We often come across smartphone companies and tech enthusiasts talking about faster and smoother displays and actively using terms like 90Hz, 120Hz, or even 144Hz. Most device makers are not only gravitating towards higher refresh rates but are also vehemently using them as...

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with Gorilla Glass Victus survives surprisingly well in controlled drop tests

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are the latest flagships from Samsung, sporting some of the best consumer-ready conventional technologies that the South Korean company has to offer. One of the highlights of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is that it is the first phone with Gorilla Glass Victus on the...

Developers can now test their apps on a real Samsung Galaxy Note 20 with Remote Test Lab

Samsung's Remote Test Lab (RTL) service gives app developers a way to test their apps on real Samsung Galaxy devices without needing to spend thousands of dollars on the company's latest flagships. The service makes use of actual Samsung smartphones connected to the cloud that developers can control remotely, which gives them an easy way...

Samsung sells the Galaxy Note 20’s S Pen for $40, in case you need a replacement

The Samsung Galaxy Note series has distinguished itself from the flagship Galaxy S series with the handy S Pen, so much so that it has become a vital part of the Note user experience. With the Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung introduced a new S Pen that boasts of a very low 9ms latency on...

Samsung’s One UI 2.5 update lets you use navigation gestures with third-party launchers

Samsung owners patiently waiting to use Android 10's full-screen navigation gestures in third-party launchers will be happy to know that the One UI 2.5 release adds compatibility for this feature. It's been a long wait for Samsung device owners who are also fans of launchers like Nova Launcher, Action Launcher, Lawnchair, and others, but it's...

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Review: For Those Ahead of the Curve

The Galaxy Note series has, until the advent of the foldable Z line, represented the pinnacle of Samsung's smartphone engineering. Samsung empowers you to be more productive with the Galaxy Note, and gaining a mastery of all the Galaxy Note's features can transform the way you use your phone for work (and play). This is...

Netflix adds multiple Samsung Galaxy and TCL phones to its list of HD and HDR capable devices

In order to stream videos in HD resolution from popular streaming apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, your smartphone needs to have Widewine L1 certification. However, despite Widewine L1 certification, some devices aren't able to stream HD content on Netflix because the platform also has to manually whitelist devices to enable HD playback support....