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Face Unlock: Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG V30 [VIDEO]

The Samsung Galaxy S8/Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and LG V30 are recent phones that have face unlock. How do the devices stack up with your face on the line?

The iPhone 8 makes the Galaxy Note 8’s price seem even more absurd

Before Apple unveiled the iPhone 8 and iPhone X last week, Samsung’s $930 price for the Galaxy Note 8 seemed perfectly acceptable. It’s still more expensive than any smartphone to date, but it seemed in line with what’s expected from a 2017 iPhone rival made by Samsung. Show More Summary

How to customize Always On Display on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung has slowly improved its Always On Display — here's how to get started with it. Even when your Galaxy Note S8's display is "off," it isn't really off. Always On Display triggers right away, and continues to show you useful information...Show More Summary

Best Wireless Chargers for Samsung Galaxy Note 8

What are the best wireless chargers for Galaxy Note 8? If you ask Apple, wireless charging is the latest and greatest feature for smartphones — and one that Samsung has been perfecting on its line of Galaxy phones since 2014. Samsung's...Show More Summary

Samsung reportedly sells more than 270,000 Galaxy Note 8’s in the first weekend

A new report has surfaced which suggests that Samsung has sold more than 270,000 Galaxy Note 8's, which eclipses the records set by the Galaxy S8 lineup.

The Cheapest Way To Buy A Samsung Galaxy Note 8 In Australia

You've seen the contract prices and you might be tempted to sign up and avoid paying big upfront for Samsung's excellent, expensive and explosion-proof Galaxy Note 8 -- but while signing up for a plan may mean more money in your pocket in the short term, you could end up paying much more over the life of the phone. Show More Summary

You Can Finally Disable The Samsung S8's Annoying Bixby Button - But That's Not Enough

Image. Samsung For all the Galaxy S8 owners fed up with summoning Samsung's digital assistant every time they accidentally tap the Bixby key, there's finally a fix for your frustration. Samsung sent out a new update for the S8 today that lets you disable the button entirely, and the process is pretty simple. More »      

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 might feature a 1,000 frame-per-second camera sensor

The iPhone X leaks may have come to an end last week when Apple officially unveiled the phone on stage at the Steve Jobs Theater, but the Galaxy S9 leaks have only just begun. On Sunday, ETNews published an article citing industry sources...Show More Summary

Samsung releases Dez Bryant Galaxy Note 8 ad with bad timing - CNET

Commentary: After the Washington Redskins' Josh Norman mocks the Cowboys receiver in a Note 8 ad, Bryant responds. But on a day when his Cowboys are crushed.

Samsung releases Dez Bryant Galaxy Note 8 ad with bad timing - CNET

Commentary: After the Washington Redskins' Josh Norman mocks the Cowboys receiver in a Note 8 ad, Bryant responds. But on a day when his Cowboys are crushed.

Samsung's Galaxy Note8 Is Available Now!

If you've already pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy Note8 or are planning to, Samsung has some good news for you. Due to unprecedented demand, telcos have agreed to send out pre-orders early. This means you should get your hands on the Note8 ahead of its September 22 launch date - if you don't have it already. More »      

Samsung is finally letting Galaxy S8 owners disable the Bixby button

As impressed as we were with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ at launch, we couldn't help but question Samsung's decision to put a dedicated Bixby button on the side of the phones. Bixby was meant to be Samsung's answer to Google Assistant, but until recently, Bixby Voice wasn't even accessible to S8 owners outside of South Korea. Show More Summary

Sprint offers free 64GB iPhone 8 after trade-in to lure subscribers

Sprint on Monday launched a promotion offering a free 64-gigabyte iPhone 8 in exchange for trading in an iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S8, or Galaxy Note 8.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 could feature a 1,000 fps camera

Samsung is hard at work on a camera that could deliver up to 1,000 fps video. Could we see this new camera technology in the Samsung Galaxy S9?

Report: Samsung Has Developed a Camera Sensor Capable of 1,000FPS

Are we already hyping next year’s Galaxy S9? It kinda feels like it. According to overseas reports, Samsung has developed and will begin mass production in November of a mobile camera sensor capable of 1,000 frames per second (FPS).Show More Summary

U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note 8 receives first software update, stays on August security patch

Samsung cares about the U.S. unlocked Note 8! It really does! Just a handful of days after the Galaxy Note 8 left pre-order status, Samsung has sent out its first update to the proper U.S. unlocked model. The update, which brings the phone up to software version 1AQI5, is a respectable 81.63MB. Show More Summary

Bixby button on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 can now be disabled

Samsung has put a lot of focus on Bixby, its new digital personal assistant, including putting a dedicated button on the side of the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8 which allows for the quickest possible access to the feature. [...]

Samsung adds option to disable Bixby button on Galaxy smartphones

The update stops short of giving users complete control of the button, but it's a start.

Samsung is rolling out an update that will disable the infamous Bixby button on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8

Samsung will let owners of its latest Galaxy smartphones disable the "Bixby" button, the dedicated button for the company's smart voice assistant, according to SamMobile. Some Galaxy phones that come with the Bixby button, including the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8, are receiving updates that will let owners disable the Bixby button. Show More Summary

How to completely the disable Bixby button

How do I disable the Bixby button on the S8 and Note 8? Samsung has pushed out an update to Bixby for the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 that allows users to completely disable the functionality completely. This means that once the button is pressed (the button itself ain't going away), it doesn't do anything. Show More Summary

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