Samsung has just started rolling out the One UI 3.0 developer pre-beta for the S20 family to select devices in Korea and the United States. One UI 3.0 itself is expected to be made available for consumers generally around December going by previous Samsung patterns. As for what features and additions Samsung's prepared to ship alongside Google's software, we're not quite clear on that yet. Samsung will reveal more as the beta period goes on, and we'll update this page when that time comes. … [Read more...] about One UI 2.5 tracker: When will my Samsung Galaxy be updated?
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Let's say that you've got a gallon of milk sitting on your kitchen counter representing the entire spectrum of radio frequencies. You take a needle, jab it into the side of the carton, and then pull it out. A very thin stream of milk begins to jet out several feet. Then, you take something a little thicker, like a nail, and poke another hole into the side of the container. More milk shoots out this time because the hole is wider -- but it doesn't go as far. … [Read more...] about Wi-Fi 6 is the fastest standard yet. Wi-Fi 6E will make it even better
How many Unpacked events can Samsung pack into the latter part of 2020? Three, it seems. After announcing the Note 20 lineup in August, then holding a dedicated event for the Galaxy Fold 2 at the beginning of September, Samsung is holding another Unpacked event, but this is one for "Every Fan." … [Read more...] about Samsung is holding yet another Galaxy Unpacked event on Sept. 23 for ‘Every Fan’
Most recently, the unannounced phone was found on Verizon’s website by Android Police. Leaks and rumors have suggested it will retain some hardware specs of the standard S20 — like a 120Hz display and Snapdragon 865 processor — but will make downgrades elsewhere (like a 1080p resolution) to help drive down the price below the flagship. As for exactly what that price will be, we’re not yet sure. … [Read more...] about Samsung announces September 23rd event, likely for Galaxy S20 ‘Fan Edition’
That's probably frustrating for anyone who jumped in early and bought a new Wi-Fi 6 router in the last year, but don't be too hard on yourself. It's still very early for Wi-Fi 6E, and the rollout will take some time. Wi-Fi 6 only recently penetrated the mainstream with public deployments and support from high-profile devices like the iPhone SE and the Samsung Galaxy S10. Devices like those that support Wi-Fi 6E are only just starting to pop up on the radar. For instance, new gaming phones coming later this year from Asus and Lenovo will use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 Plus processor, which supports Wi-Fi 6E. They'll be among the first Wi-Fi 6E devices on the market, but most won't arrive until 2021. … [Read more...] about Wi-Fi 6 is the fastest standard yet. Wi-Fi 6E will be even better