Samsung Overview Updated August 6, 2020


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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.

Samsung Stories August 6

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 gets slick Mystic Blue, Red, and Pink colors in Korea

The Galaxy Note 20 series just debuted yesterday and, frankly, the smaller plastic one has better colors. In Korea, too, those colors get even better with the Galaxy Note 20 adding three more options to the mix.

The Android tablet market has essentially dried up over the past several years, but Samsung has stuck it out and found customers for its Galaxy Tab series. This year, Samsung is bringing the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ to market with bigger screens and more power than ever. Over the past couple of days, I’ve been using Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7+ and there’s a fair bit to talk about with it, but it’s not all positive.

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During the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked livestream, the South Korean firm talked up even tighter collaborations with Microsoft. This is manifesting itself with Android app control on selected Galaxy devices when using the Microsoft Your Phone app.

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Samsung Stories August 5

Samsung opens One UI 3 developer beta w/ Android 11 for Galaxy S20 series

While Android 11 hasn’t officially debuted just yet, some Android OEMs have been preparing betas ahead of later rollouts. Today, Samsung has announced its first step to Android 11 with a developer beta program for One UI 3.0.

Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 in the US

During today’s all-digital Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung took the lid off of the Galaxy Watch 3, the company’s strongest competitor against the Apple Watch to date. Here’s a quick rundown of where you can buy the Galaxy Watch 3 in the United States.

Samsung’s Galaxy flagships are excellent smartphones, but they trip up a bit when it comes to software. Between bloatware, slower updates, and more, it can be a little frustrating. Today, though, Samsung is announcing something big. Every Samsung flagship since the Galaxy S10 will get three years of Android updates.

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