It doesn't come as a huge surprise considering the Galaxy Tab S5e was announced alongside the Galaxy S10, but a new leak suggests that Samsung is readying itself to unveil the Galaxy Tab S5.Based on details found within the firmware of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold, it looks as though the company has plans to unveil a Galaxy Tab S5 in the future.The details were discovered by XDA Developers, and include specific mention of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset too.Our full ranking of the best tabletsDesperate for a new tablet? Try the Tab S4Or there's the Galaxy Tab S5EThat's the latest generation chipset from Qualcomm, and it features inside the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus if you buy those phones in the US. It also features in a variety of other top-end handsets that you can buy in 2019.That's especially interesting as the company's last flagship tablet - the Galaxy Tab S4 - didn't feature the latest generation chipset at the time, instead opting for the Snapdragon 835 over the … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Tab S5 may launch this year and feature the Galaxy S10’s chipset
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LineageOS is one of the most popular custom Android ROMs available, with over two million active installations. The project officially ended support for the 14.1 (Android 7.1) branch a few days ago, in preparation for LineageOS 16. The 16.0 branch is finally rolling out, and it's bringing Android 9 Pie to dozens of phones and tablets. Beyond everything that stock Android 9 Pie brings, LineageOS 16 updates the Styles API to be compatible with Android Q's upcoming dark mode. "In the future, more and more third party apps will follow the system style," the announcement blog post said. "meaning our Styles API will allow you to have a more coherent experience across apps." The LineageOS permissions manager, Trust, also has a few improvements. USB connections are now blocked when the device is locked, similar to what Chrome OS 72 recently brought to Chromebooks. This feature has to be implemented on a per-device basis, so it might not be on your favorite phone or tablet yet. Trebuchet, the … [Read more...] about LineageOS 16 Pie now rolling out to Pocophone F1, OnePlus phones, Galaxy S5, and other devices
Samsung has managed to become one of the world’s most recognizable smartphone brands thanks to the number of smartphones the company has released to date. In spite of the wide variety of Samsung-branded smartphones on the market, the flagship “Galaxy S” lineup remains the most popular and the most well known. Samsung’s Galaxy S phones have proven to be one of the main reasons the company has enjoyed such success over the years in the mobile sphere. For example, the Galaxy S series has always been Android’s main iPhone competitor, and it has been that way ever since the very first Galaxy S device launched back in 2010. Since then we have seen many iterations of the Galaxy S line and here we’ll be going on a trip down the memory lane to briefly revisit every single Galaxy S smartphone. Staring with the first. Samsung Galaxy S The original Galaxy S handset was announced back in March 2010, and turned out to be quite the success for the company. … [Read more...] about History Of The Samsung Galaxy S
Now that we have a date set for the Samsung Galaxy S10 to arrive, Samsung has started celebrating 10 years of their popular flagship phone series. A post to their press site shared some of their own thoughts on the history up until now, but I’m more curious about your views of the Galaxy S line. Is there a particular release that stands out the most? For me, it’s probably the Galaxy S6 (review) line, even if the many versions of it had some serious flaws (no SD, water resistance, or removable battery, plus horrible battery life). I think the Galaxy S6 brought big change for Samsung, where they became a premium phone maker after being laughed at by the industry for continuing to produce plastic trash for so long. Remember, the Galaxy S5, released the year before the S6, was a disaster of a phone in terms of design and materials. Not only was it it full plastic, Samsung embarrassingly painted plastic to look like metal and the design often invoked jokes because of its … [Read more...] about 10 Years of Samsung Galaxy S Phones: Which Stands Out the Most?
Update 1: 2015/12/30 7:00pm PST CyanogenMod 13 nightlies are now also available for the Galaxy S4 (jfltexx), Australian Galaxy S5 (kltekdi), and the Galaxy S5 Duos (klteduos). The Samsung Galaxy S5 is scheduled to get Marshmallow eventually, but some models only received Android 5.1.1 in October, meaning most customers are in for quite the wait. Even when the changes do arrive, they may ultimately taste quite a bit like TouchWiz, and that's not a flavor everyone likes having on their tongue. Fortunately the good old standby option, flashing a custom ROM, is still around, reminding us of the perks of Android's open source foundation. CyanogenMod nightlies running Android 6.0 have made their way to the Galaxy S5, codenamed klte. The full download comes in at 286MB, not counting the GApps package you will probably want to grab as well. Now for the caveats. These are nightlies, so they may not provide the most stable experience. Whether that bothers you or not, you will need … [Read more...] about [Update: International Galaxy S4, Australian S5, And S5 Duos] Samsung Galaxy S5 (klte) Gets CyanogenMod 13 Nightlies With Android Marshmallow