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Samsung's April update is ready for more tablets and Galaxy A phones

Samsung's April update is ready for more tablets and Galaxy A phones

Samsung has put a lot of effort into improving its software reputation, and a big aspect of that change has been a renewed focus on issuing regular security updates. Over the last couple of years, Samsung has frequently managed to beat Google to the punch, and that continues even now as the Galaxy Note10, Z Fold2, and S21 have all received the April security patch, more recently followed by the Galaxy A72, Tab A 10.5 (2018), and Tab S7+.

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Here are the latest phones to officially support Google's 3D animals

Here are the latest phones to officially support Google's 3D animals

After accidentally teasing a few upcoming phones before removing them again earlier this year, Google has published a proper update to its ARCore support page, revealing that the augmented reality library is now supported by 24 more devices. This time around, all of them have already been announced.

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Samsung's new budget phones are coming to the US, but only one will get three years of updates

Samsung's new budget phones are coming to the US, but only one will get three years of updates

Samsung already announced its international lineup of 2021 A-series devices — some last year, some last month. They look promising, with sleek designs, capable specs, and some serious improvements over last year's selection. But it turns out the US selection will look a bit different at launch. For one, no fun colors: the whole series will initially only be available in monochrome colorways stateside. There are also currently no plans to launch the A72 in the US. Still, there's plenty for American customers to be excited about — and soon.

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If you have a Galaxy S9 or S9+, Samsung will be updating your phone less often now

If you have a Galaxy S9 or S9+, Samsung will be updating your phone less often now

Samsung customers hoping to hold the company to its promises of software updates are keeping a close eye on the update schedule page, and so are we. The latest change to the constantly-updated list features a few additions, a few subtractions, and a significant change for a former flagship, the Galaxy S9. The S9 and its bigger brother the S9+ are now getting quarterly updates, a downgrade from the monthly schedule.

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Samsung announces sequels to last year's smash-hit Galaxy A-series phones

Samsung announces sequels to last year's smash-hit Galaxy A-series phones

Samsung's been killing it with its mid-range offerings lately. We loved last year's Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 — between those and the higher-end S20 FE, the company had a lot to offer those of us who didn't want to drop a grand on a phone in 2020. Today, Samsung announced three new additions to its sub-flagship lineup: the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72. They've got some big shoes to fill.

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Samsung's next big Galaxy launch event is on March 17

Samsung's next big Galaxy launch event is on March 17

Traditionally, Samsung’s Galaxy A series phones have gone official before their flagship counterparts, but it's the other way round this time. About two months after the Galaxy S21’s grand debut, Samsung is holding another digital event — Galaxy Awesome Unpacked — later this month to most likely unveil the long-rumored Galaxy A52 and A72 mid-rangers.

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The Samsung Galaxy A52 and A72 seem imminent as new details emerge

The Samsung Galaxy A52 and A72 seem imminent as new details emerge

Samsung has so many smartphone series on the go that there's always something to look forward to. Of late, we've been hearing a lot about the broad Galaxy A series and it seems like the A52 and the A72 are not far off from being announced. They've just been spotted on official support pages and hands-on photos have been leaked.

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Galaxy A52 camera and screen details leak, following early render images

Galaxy A52 camera and screen details leak, following early render images

Samsung's Galaxy A51 was one of the company's best phones last year, offering a large 6.5-inch screen and good performance for the relatively low price of $400 (before all the sales started). Unsurprisingly, Samsung is working on a sequel, and now we have images of the phone from WinFuture.

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Samsung reportedly bringing 90Hz and 120Hz displays to the upcoming Galaxy A52 & A72

Samsung reportedly bringing 90Hz and 120Hz displays to the upcoming Galaxy A52 & A72

U.S. carriers have often carried and highlighted Galaxy A-series devices as budget options for their postpaid customers, so if you have vested an interest in this niche selection, you might want to pay attention to some progressive developments about the Galaxy A52 and the A72.

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