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This huge 4K TV sale drops LG, Samsung, and Sony models as low as $280

If it's time to upgrade your TV to something bigger and better, Woot's huge 4K TV sale is well worth checking out with discounted models from just $280. The sale features a bunch of Samsung smart TVs and LG OLED screens, as well as a few Sony and VIZIO TVs. Though this sale is slated to run until April 19, select models have already sold out so there's really no telling how long supplies will last. All of the TVs in today's sale are offered refurbished, and though they may not be brand new, they've each been inspected and tested to ensure they're in proper working condition. Oftentimes, you can barely notice an item has been used before after it's been refurbished. Plus, Woot includes a 90-day Samsung warranty with the purchase. The sale includes the super neat Samsung The Frame TV. This TV has made a name for itself due to its Art Mode, which transforms the TV when it's off into a work of art — art which you've selected. There are hundreds of pi

A new Galaxy S20 FE model is on its way, but it’s not what you think

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A Snapdragon 865-powered 4G-only variant of the Galaxy S20 FE could soon launch in select markets. What you need to know Samsung will reportedly soon launch a new 4G-only variant of the Galaxy S20 FE with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865. Aside from the chipset, the upcoming model will be identical to the current 4G-only variants of the phone. Samsung is expected to unveil a successor to the Galaxy S20 FE in August. Samsung could soon launch a new 4G-only Galaxy S20 FE model powered by the same Snapdragon 865 processor as the 5G model, according to a new report from SamMobile . The new variant of the Galaxy S20 FE was first spotted online on the Wi-Fi Alliance website a few weeks back. The Snapdragon 865-powered Galaxy S20 FE LTE variant carries the model number SM-G780G and will likely be launched in markets where the Galaxy S20 FE 5G isn't available. Currently, all LTE variants of the Galaxy S20 FE 5G are powered by Samsung's in-house developed Exynos 990 chipset. Asi

Use these controllers for your mobile gaming needs on Galaxy phones

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Why would you need a game controller for your Samsung Galaxy phone? Samsung hasn't explicitly jumped into the world of gaming-specific smartphones, but since you're provided with some of the best specs to go along with amazing displays, Samsung smartphones, like the Samsung Galaxy S21 , make for a perfect gaming experience. To make the most out of Xbox Cloud Gaming and other games on your phone, you'll need a great game controller to pair with it. Here are the best Galaxy s10 gamepads to get you started. Versatility at its finest Razer Kishi Staff Pick Razer's Kishi controller is quite impressive. It not only fits just about every smartphone, but the USB-C port ensures low-latency gaming. When not in use, the two sides slide together, making for easy portability or storage. $66 at Amazon Not just for Android SteelSeries Stratus Duo The Stratus Duo is the latest great Android gaming controller from SteelSeries. Once again, the company has designed a comfortab

Samsung is preparing to bring its AirDrop alternative to Windows 10 PCs

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Samsung Quick Share could get a lot more useful. What you need to know Samsung is reportedly working to bring Quick Share to Windows 10 computers. The app supports Galaxy devices with One UI 2 or higher, but PC requirements are unknown. Samsung Free and Samsung O are also reportedly making their way to Windows 10. Samsung and Microsoft have a great relationship. Both companies working together to bring the best features from the Your Phone app to the best Samsung phones , and the new One UI 3.1 update further integrates Samsung's devices with Windows 10 PCs . Apparently, Samsung is working on even more ways to integrate its services with Windows, according to a new report. According to Aggiornamenti Lumia , Samsung is preparing to introduce its Quick Share feature on Windows 10 PCs via the Microsoft Store. This will bring similar functionality to how it works currently, transferring content between smartphones and Galaxy devices using Bluetooth or WiFi Direct. It seems

Samsung pulls One UI 3.1 update for the Galaxy S20 FE

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Samsung's other 2020 flagship phones are also expected to get the One UI 3.1 update soon. Update, Feb 12 (8:30 am ET) : The update has now been pulled. What you need to know The One UI 3.1 update is now rolling out to the Galaxy S20 FE. One UI 3.1 brings minor UI enhancements, along with a few new features such as the ability to add custom video call effects. The update is currently limited to users in Europe. Samsung introduced the latest iteration of its custom Android skin with the Galaxy S21 series last month. Unlike One UI 3.0, One UI 3.1 doesn't bring a ton of new features. However, it does add a few useful features and some other improvements. As reported by SamMobile , Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 3.1 update to the Galaxy S20 FE . The update arrives as version G781BXXU2CUB5 and is currently rolling out to users in Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, an

Looking forward to the Galaxy S21? Here's everything we know so far!

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Samsung has big shoes to fill in 2021. 2020 saw the release of some truly impressive Android phones, one of the best Android phones being the Galaxy S20 from Samsung. The S20 set out to deliver on every front that it could, and for the most part, it succeeded with flying colors. It's now been almost a year since the S20 came out, though, which means it's time to start looking ahead. The smartphone industry moves at a rapid pace, and in just a few days, it'll be time for the Galaxy S21. Whether you're interested in specs, design renders, pricing info, or anything else, here's everything we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy S21! Unmatched Samsung Galaxy S20 $800 at Amazon One of the best Android phones you can buy in 2020 We're just as excited about the Galaxy S21 as you are, but if you need a phone right now, don't feel like you have to wait months for it. The Galaxy S20 that's currently available is excellent in just about every regard.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Vs Apple Watch Series 6: Which Is Best?

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Samsung’s top-end smartwatch goes up against Apple's best device The war between the tech brands is at its most fierce when the two big boys, Apple and Samsung, are battling it out for your cash. And right now, it’s the watches we're most interested in. Both the Apple Watch Series 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 are arguably the two best smartwatches available right now. They both have health tracking, helpful smart features, and thousands of apps to keep you connected – they can do everything except rewind to a time before coronavirus. But which is right for you? Read on to find out which we think is best. Apple Watch Series 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 key specs Screen size: 1.2 inch  Works with: iPhone and Android Strap material: Leather or metal chain Storage space: 8GB GPS: Yes Number of exercises tracked: 40 Contactless payments: Samsung Pay Voice assistant: Yes, Bixby Battery life: 43 hours Colours: Black, white, bronze Apple Watch Series 6

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra S Pen support confirmed by FCC

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Photo: WinFuture An FCC listing confirms that Samsung’s S Pen stylus can be used with the company’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra phone. The confirmation, first discovered by *Android Authority*, comes in a test report for model number SMG998B. The discovery lends clarity to recent statements from Samsung mobile president TM Roh, who said that some of the “most well-loved features” of the Galaxy Note will be coming to other Samsung devices in 2021. The FCC test report explicitly describes an EUT (Equipment Under Test) device that can be used with an S Pen in both hover and click modes. “The EUT can also used with a stylus device (S Pen). The EUT operates with the S Pen in two different inductive coupling modes of S Pen motion detection (Hover and Click) operating in the range of 0.53 –0.6MHz.” Screengrab: FCC filing *The relevant section of the FCC test report showing S-PEN support and other features.* The listing also confirms wireless power transfer (to charge thing

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