Samsung Overview Updated April 10, 2021

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Samsung is a technology conglomerate based out of South Korea that makes some of the world’s most popular smartphones such as the Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Note 10.

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Samsung is the larger smartphone manufacturer in the world and, in turn, the biggest Android OEM. The company’s Android flagships are highly regarded as some of the best options for most customers. It’s Galaxy S20 series, for example, offers the latest Snapdragon 865 processor, 5G connectivity, three cameras, and huge AMOLED displays.

Samsung also produces other consumer products such as smartwatches, tablets, and home appliances. Some of its companies produce components for other products too. Exynos chipsets are often used in Samsung’s own smartphones, but the company’s AMOLED displays are used by many other OEMs including Google and Apple.

You can read more about Galaxy smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches in our cover below. We also publish reviews of most mainstream smartphones and other consumer products.

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Samsung’s biggest hit in the Galaxy S20 lineup was the more affordable S20 FE, and it seems a sequel is on its way. This weekend, we’re getting a first look at the Galaxy S21 FE.

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Samsung Stories April 9

Samsung has updated these phones to Android 11

It usually takes Android OEMs a fair bit to get the latest version of the OS on older devices, but Samsung has been getting better and better at this every year. For Android 11, the official update schedule kicked off in early December and continues to expand. Here’s every device Samsung has updated to Android 11 so far.

Samsung Stories April 8

Samsung launches ‘iTest,’ a new web app for turning your iPhone into a Galaxy device

Samsung is increasing its efforts to win over iPhone customers. The smartphone maker has launched a new website called “iTest,” and it allows iPhone users to “get a little taste of Samsung” through a web application that simulates the Android experience.

Samsung Stories April 7

In 2020, Samsung announced that it would provide three years of major updates and monthly security patches to its Galaxy S, Note, and foldable devices. Now, that same policy is expanding to the world’s most popular Android smartphone series, with the Galaxy A52 getting three years of Android updates.

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After launching internationally last month, Samsung is bringing its new entry-level and mid-range smartphones to the United States. The 2021 Galaxy A series consists of five new smartphones ranging from $109 to $500 with a ton of new features, and they’re all launching this month.

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Samsung was once among the worst in the Android world when it came to updates big and small, but in 2021 they’re arguably better than Pixel. Now, Samsung is rolling out the April 2021 security update to its huge lineup of smartphones including Galaxy S21, S20, A52, and more.

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