Samsung Galaxy smartphone deals More than ten years after their inception, Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones still command the lion’s share of the Android smartphone market and could arguably be considered Apple’s main competition worldwide (although Apple currently enjoys a larger market share in the U.S. than all Android phone brands combined). As you probably inferred from the name, the 2019 Galaxy S10 phones represent the tenth generation of Samsung’s main flagship line, but Samsung got in the spirit of 2020 when it rolled out the new S-series flagship — dubbed the Galaxy S20 — at its February Galaxy Unpacked event. The Galaxy family also features the Note smartphones that occupy kind of a weird space as alternative flagships featuring larger displays and included stylus pens, although we didn’t see a new refresh announced at Galaxy Unpacked. However, Samsung did reveal the unique Galaxy Z Flip, a new spin on the old flip-phone concept, and in … [Read more...] about Best smartphone deals for August 2020: iPhone, Samsung, and Google Pixel
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Google said Nearby Share would soon become available to transfer between Chromebooks and Android phones. Digital Trends reached out to Google to find out when the feature would be available to more Google devices and phones. We will update this story when we hear back. … [Read more...] about How to use Nearby Share on Android devices
Doesn’t this reduce competition? Yes. This leaves the U.S. with just three major carriers. That said, only time will tell if the merger has a negative impact on the mobile service landscape as a whole, or if it will ultimately be worth it. T-Mobile has promised regulators that it won’t raise prices for three years after the merger is complete, but there’s no telling what will happen after those three years is up. … [Read more...] about T-Mobile and Sprint have merged. Here’s what subscribers should know
Design, display, and durability When it comes to hardware, there are two discernable differences between the two phones: Size and build quality. The Note 10 drew a lot of attention last summer, being one of the first “compact” Notes that Samsung released in years. Its 6.3-inch display is smaller than the Note 20’s 6.7-inch display and is curved instead of flat. Though the Note 20 is the successor, the flattened display is surrounded by a plastic body, not glass. This may be a turnoff for some, but the material has a matte finish, which makes the phone look and feel sleeker than the Note 10. That means it’s also not as susceptible to cracking as a fully glass phone. The side buttons and S Pen slot have switched sides on the Note 20. This is a step-up ergonomically, especially for right-handed users. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 vs. Galaxy Note 10: A noteworthy upgrade?
Start by making sure you have the right cable. Samsung recommends its own DeX cable, HDMI Adapter, or USB-C Hub, but you can use most other third-party USB-C hubs as well. If using a third-party USB-C hub, make sure it has a USB-C port as well as an HDMI port. The hub will need to be plugged into a fast-charging charger, or DeX will not trigger. Make sure you’re using a monitor with an HDMI port. Almost any monitor should work, but not every TV will work with DeX. Connect your device and monitor. You may need to remove any protective cases for the cable to connect properly. DeX should start automatically. If it doesn’t start automatically, check your notification shade and select the option for DeX from the list. Otherwise, make sure everything is connected properly. Make sure you’re using a fast charger. The charger that came with your device should suffice. Once DeX has started, pull down your notification shade and tap Use your phone as a touchpad. … [Read more...] about How to use Samsung’s PC-emulating DeX mode on Galaxy smartphones