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Verizon Pushing OTA To The Samsung Galaxy S4 With Stagefright Patch And Other Fixes

Samsung isn't leaving its flagship of yesteryear completely high and dry in this age of Stagefright vulnerability. An update is being sent to the Verizon Galaxy S4 today that patches the Stagefright vulnerability, and adds a few more fixes for good measure.

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[Weekend Poll] Are You Buying A Galaxy S6 Edge+ Or Note 5?

The Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5 are going to launch in a huge number of countries around the world starting next week, despite having been unveiled just a few days ago.

The general take of the Android Police team is that both phones are essentially blown-up Galaxy S6s. The S6 Edge+ is, of course, a giant S6 Edge. The Note 5 is basically an S6 with a stylus. (Oddly, though, both lack the S6's infrared blaster.)

They use the same basic version of TouchWiz, the same basic version of Android, and have very similar styling. They have the same chipset, the same RAM, the same storage, the same cameras, and the same display technology and resolution.

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[Deal Alert] New Unlocked 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Drops Down To Just $550 On eBay

Some electronics are quick to dip in price. Sure, a game console may cling to its original cost for years after launch, but it's not uncommon to get lucky with smartphones. Last month T-Mobile wanted $780 to sell you a Galaxy S6 Edge. Now it's willing to do so for $100 less.

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AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, And US Cellular Announce Plans For The Galaxy S6 Edge+ And Galaxy Note 5, Best Buy Offers $200 Trade-In

If you've been watching today's coverage of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ with bated breath, you won't have to wait too long to pick one up from an American carrier. All five major US networks have confirmed that they'll be carrying Samsung's new flagships, with varying degrees of availability and pre-order status. The official release date from Samsung is August 21st, and AT&T is already selling phones. Here's the breakdown for the other carriers:

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Big Red is already taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5. The S6E+ can be had for a whopping $768 in its standard 32GB model or $864 for the 64GB model (ouch) at unlocked prices.

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Samsung's Insane Keyboard Cover Is Real, Will Be Available For The Note 5 And S6 Edge+

Samsung has had a lot of strange ideas in the past, but you can afford to experiment when you're raking in cash as the top Android OEM. The newly announced keyboard cover for the Note 5 and S6 Edge+ is especially weird, though. It's a case with a snap-on physical keyboard that interacts with the screen. It's also indisputably ugly.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 And S6 Edge+ Now Available From AT&T For $740 And $815—Get $300 In Bill Credit Under Certain Conditions

Here's something you already knew about the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ before today's announcement—both devices are expensive. Samsung charged a ton for its massive phones before, and nothing about introducing more premium materials into this year's iterations says cheap. So you're looking at parting with uncomfortably close to a grand by the time taxes are factored into the equation.

AT&T, for example, wants around $740 for the Galaxy Note 5 and $815 for the S6 Edge+. You can divide those up into however many payments you want using AT&T Next plans, but it still amounts to a lot of money.

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Check Out Spigen's New Lineup Of Cases For The Just-Unveiled Galaxy Note 5 And Galaxy S6 Edge+ [Sponsored Post]

The Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ were just announced, but Spigen already has a slew of protective measures primed and ready for these new devices. Eight different models of case for both the Note 5 and S6E+ are available, with each catering to a particular need.

Spigen's newest lines, the Neo Hybrid Carbon, Neo Hybrid Crystal, and Rugged Armor all offer advanced protection for your Note 5 and S6 Edge+, and look good doing it.

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Hands On With The Galaxy Note 5 And S6 Edge+

Today, as we expected it would, Samsung announced two new phones: the Galaxy Note 5, and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ (what a name). We were at the event and spent a few brief moments with each of the devices, got some impressions, and took some photos. So naturally it's time to talk hands-on with the Note 5 and Edge+.

If there's a main takeaway from my time handling these two devices, it's that they were what I expected. That's not a bad thing, though - Samsung has carried over the interesting refreshed design language of the S6 and S6 Edge to the new phones - the Edge+ is curved on the front, and the Note 5 is curved on the back.

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Samsung Pay Is Coming To The US September 28th And South Korea August 20th, Expanding To Other Countries Later

Samsung first talked about Samsung Pay when the Galaxy S6 was announced, but the service wasn't actually ready. Now it's all systems go for a September launch in the US. Samsung Pay will allow you to make wireless payments at almost any payment terminal that supports regular credit cards, and it's only compatible with Samsung's newer premium phones.

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Samsung Announces The Galaxy Note 5 And S6 Edge+ At Unpacked, Available August 21st

As expected, Samsung has announced a pair of new smartphones at its Unpacked event—the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. The Note 5 is being presented as a perfect phablet for multitaskers and the S6 Edge+ as an ideal device for multimedia.

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