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Samsung's dual-SIM Galaxy Note10+ is just $770 on eBay ($330 off MSRP)

If you're on the market for a Note10+ but don't want to spend a whopping $1,100 on one, you can grab the international version on eBay, which comes with two SIM trays and costs just $770.

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Pick up the original Samsung Galaxy Buds at their lowest-ever price of $80 at B&H ($50 off)

Last year, Samsung released the first iteration of its Galaxy Buds true wireless earbuds for $129. They managed to generate a bit of buzz at the time by undercutting Apple's AirPods on price and through the inclusion of reverse wireless charging, which made them the perfect companion for the recently released Galaxy S10. Right now, you can grab a set of these headphones from B&H Photo for only $80 — saving $20 off recent pricing and $50 off the MSRP.

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The new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 launches on Verizon for $280

Some LTE-equipped tablets can take a real bite out of your wallet, but Verizon usually has one or two that won't break the bank. The carrier's latest offering is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4. This new tablet won't blow you away with its speed or features, but it's cheap and has Verizon LTE.

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Charge your phone at full speed with Samsung's 45W charger for just $35 ($15 off)

The Galaxy Note10+ supports "super fast charging" with compatible 45W chargers. Unfortunately, the manufacturer doesn't provide one in the box and instead sells it separately for a whopping $50, which isn't necessarily worth paying for. Thankfully, the charger is now down to $35, making this a more interesting purchase.

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The best cheap Chromebooks for working from home

The coronavirus outbreak is causing more people to work from home than at any other point in history, and not everyone has all the equipment they need. Chromebooks are incredibly popular for their ease-of-use and (mostly) competitive pricing, so if you can accomplish everything using just a web browser, they're certainly worth looking into.

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Dual-SIM Galaxy S20+ is just $800 on eBay, $400 less than the US model (Update: Now $770)

The new Galaxy S20 series is extremely expensive, so much so that Samsung is keeping the S10 series in production as the budget alternative. If you're okay with buying a model intended for international markets, you can now get a dual-SIM Galaxy S20+ for just $799.99 — $400 below what the US model costs.

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Samsung promises to bring Android 10's gesture navigation to third-party launchers in future software update

Samsung's upcoming One UI 2.5 update will deliver support for full-screen gesture navigation in third party launchers, according to a statement made by a Samsung representative on the company's community forums. That means you'll be able to use things like Lawnchair or Nova Launcher on One UI 2.5 devices without giving up the new gesture navigation system to do it.

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How to transfer your phone's apps, messages, and photos to your new Galaxy S20

Getting a new phone is an exciting experience, especially when you take it out of the box for the first time. But when you're so interested in getting up and running, having to slow down as you import data, rearrange the homescreen, and transfer all of your stuff can put a damper on that excitement. Setting up your new Galaxy S20 couldn't be easier, though, thanks to Samsung Smart Switch.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 owners are experiencing GPS lock issues

The Galaxy S20 lineup comes with exceptional hardware and Samsung's familiar high-end design, but just like any tech product, they're not perfect. We were not too impressed by the ratio of the S20 Ultra's capabilities and its price, and now an issue has popped up that affects the whole S20 series: Some people report that they can't get a GPS lock in Google Maps and Waze on their brand-new phones.

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Energy Ring brings its hole-punch battery indicator to the Galaxy S20

Ever since the launch of the Galaxy S10 last year, developers have had a whale of a time making fun and exciting apps for the camera cutout. One of my favorites is Energy Ring, an app that, as the name implies, puts a ring around the hole-punch to represent your battery level. Due to the different display sizes and aspect ratios, the developer released a separate version of the app for the Note 10 series, and has now done the same for the S20 range.

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