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Galaxy Note10 and Note10+: Specs, pre-order, pricing, features, and more

The Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ are finally here, and our handy guide will tell you everything you need to know about Samsung's latest and greatest smartphones.

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Watch the Galaxy Note10 event livestream right here

It's about showtime for Samsung as we find out just what has been true about the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ (and, not likely, but maybe, just maybe, the Note 10 Pro). If you've made it here and don't want to shuffle through YouTube to get a view of the Unpacked livestream, lucky you: we've got it right here.

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New Note10 renders show a blue edition hours before official announcement

There are only a few hours left before the Note10 is officially unveiled, but if you can't wait that long to learn the full details, here's something to keep you busy: Pictures showing the device in blue have leaked, though it's unclear whether that version will be available in all markets.

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The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 is coming your way in September with rotating touch bezel and optional LTE

It's only been a few months since Samsung launched the Galaxy Watch Active, but it's time for a new and improved version of that wearable. The predictably named Galaxy Watch Active2 is now official, but you won't be able to pre-order for another month. It's got the compact form factor of the Watch Active, but there's a new rotating touch bezel and a few different body style options.

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[Update: Note9] Samsung's 'Night' photo mode finally coming to the US

Samsung's new "Night" photo setting is rumored to finally compete with Google's excellent Night Sight, but there's just one hitch: When the feature first rolled out, it was limited to Exynos-powered Galaxy S10s, which aren't available in the US. However, the folks at XDA Developers have spotted the feature as live on the most recent AT&T and Verizon update for the Galaxy S10+.

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Galaxy Note10 headphone dongle leaks, looks exactly as you'd imagine

The Galaxy Note10 is almost certain to be the first generation in the series to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack. We've been told by our sources that Samsung will include a pair of AKG USB-C earbuds with every purchase to make up for the loss. It's also been said that dongles could also be in play here and, thanks to a leak, we're able to eye out what that dongle looks like.

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is official with Snapdragon 855 and improved S Pen, available September 6 for $649

Some people will tell you the market for premium Android tablets is all but dead, but Samsung doesn't believe that. After releasing the Tab S4 last year, Samsung is skipping a number this year with the Galaxy Tab S6. Samsung promises an improved S Pen experience, along with more powerful hardware. If you're the accessory type, there's also a better keyboard case for Samsung's premium tablet.

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Samsung profits take a dive as Galaxy S10 sales slow down

In view of Huawei's recent political troubles, you'd think Samsung would have been in pole position to capitalize and post impressive sales numbers in the second quarter of 2019. Smartphone shipments grew for both companies at a time when global shipments are down 2%, but that doesn't always translate to strong financials. While its Chinese rival managed to grow its revenue against the odds, Samsung has seen its profits drop by an eye-watering 56% year-on-year.

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Samsung posts shadowy teaser video of presumptive Tab S6 and Watch Active 2

Samsung just posted a teaser video appearing to (barely) show off both the previously-leaked Tab S6 and Watch Active 2 — assuming those end up being the final names. If super-close panning shots of edges and extreme angles aren't quite your thing, there is one pertinent bit of actual information: A pair of dates stating when the devices will be "digitally unveiled."

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Samsung will sell tens of millions of Chinese-made phones this year

There are reasons why an established tech brand might rely on an ODM to design and create products that it can sell. In the case of Samsung, the company has had its struggles selling its smartphones in China. But for the past couple of years, though, it has increased its reliance on domestic ODMs to attract more sales in the country — so much so, market watchers expect Samsung to sell tens of millions of phones it did not itself make.

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