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A new leak indicates that Samsung's Galaxy S11 flagship phone will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 system-on-a-chip.
Here's a closer look at the Galaxy S10 versus the Galaxy S9 and how the S10 improves on last year's phone in terms of performance, specs, design and features.
The Galaxy S8's solid performance, good cameras and long battery life make it a compelling sub-$500 Android phone.
Samsung says a few Note 10 features are coming to the Galaxy S10 via a software update, including AR Doodle, Link with Windows support and better low-light photos.
The newly revealed Exynos 990 processor will likely power Samsung's 2020 smartphone lineup outside the U.S.
As long as you have the right version of the S10 and jump through a few other hoops, you can try the latest version of the Samsung OS from today.
The One UI update brings Android 10 to the Galaxy S10 series, along with a few upgrades unique to the Samsung-designed OS.
A cheaper version of the Galaxy S11, as well as the Note 10, are rumored to be coming to Asia and Europe.
A drop test video shows the Galaxy Note 10 Plus outlasting the iPhone XS Max. But the iPhone 11 could change things.
Reviewers from around the Web have plenty of good and bad things to say about the new Samsung phablet. Here's a look at the different verdicts for the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
Some colors are available on all Galaxy Note 10 models everywhere, but others are tied to one version and one retailer. Here's our guide to picking a Galaxy Note 10 color.
Wondering what to expect from Samsung’s newly announced big-screen phones? Forget about the rumors — here are the official specs for both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
The Note 10 Plus has a lot of promising features. But is now the right time to upgrade if you've got an older Galaxy Note?
Leakers and tipsters got more right about the Galaxy Note 10 than they got wrong. But we’re still disappointed that some rumored Note 10 features didn’t make it to the final phone.
As with the Galaxy S10 family, Samsung is producing a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10. Only this model will be available right away.
The U.S. Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly be powered by the Snapdragon 855 CPU, instead of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855+ or the Exynos 9825.