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Samsung starts rolling out Android 11 with One UI 3.1 to the Galaxy A40 and Galaxy A80

Samsung’s One UI 3.1 update train is moving at full steam. The Korean OEM has already updated a bunch of its older flagship phones with the latest One UI version in most regions and has now shifted its focus to updating its legacy mid-range lineup. Just a few days ago, the Samsung Galaxy A50, A50s,...

Samsung rolls out Android 10 with One UI 2.0 to the Galaxy A40, Galaxy A80 and Galaxy A7 (2018)

The latest version of Samsung's in-house Android skin, i.e. One UI 2.1, is currently available on the Galaxy Z Flip as well as on the Galaxy S20 series, while phones like the Galaxy Note 10, S10, Note 9, and S9 are scheduled to get the update soon. On the other hand, a bunch of  'A'...

[Update 4: Rs 8000 ($110) price cut in India] The Samsung Galaxy A80 with a rotating camera module, notchless Infinity display is now official

Buy on Amazon India Samsung has revitalized its Galaxy A series for the generation that prefers to stay live all the time. After recently announcing its plans to merge the Galaxy J series with the Galaxy A lineup, Samsung has announced a new smartphone which sits at the top of this revamped lineup. The Galaxy A80...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e and Galaxy A30/A40/A50/A60/A70/A80 now support Google ARCore

Google surprised a lot of people with the augmented reality achievements the company was able to make when it announced ARCore. It was a much better way to tackle the space than its previous attempts with Project Tango and was open to more devices. However, the company hasn't treated it like some of its other...

Samsung Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A80 forums are now open

Samsung recently debuted 2 new devices: the Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A180. The Galaxy A70 is about what you'd expect from a Samsung mid-range device, including a teardrop notch and a decently performing octa-core processor, but it also features a massive 6.7-inch 20:9 display and a big 4,500 mAh battery. However, the Galaxy A80 was...