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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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Save up to 30% on Spigen's most popular cases and accessories this Cyber Monday [Featured Deal]

Save up to 30% on Spigen's most popular cases and accessories this Cyber Monday [Featured Deal]

Cyber Monday is here, and Spigen is unleashing exclusive deals on some of its most popular accessories. Today only, you can save up to 30% on select Spigen cases for your favorite Android devices, like the brand new Google Pixel 4/4XL, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, S10 5G, or A30, and the OnePlus 7T. You'll also find deals on Spigen carrying cases, screen protectors, and more. Don't forget to use the specified promo code below at checkout to redeem your savings, available only on this Cyber Monday.

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Samsung says away with Galaxy J, Galaxy A is here to stay

Samsung says away with Galaxy J, Galaxy A is here to stay

Samsung is doing a little spring cleaning with its smartphone branding. It has decided to merge the budget-focused Galaxy J series into the mid-range Galaxy A lineup. Specifically, the 'J' lineage is being carried on by the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50.

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[Update: Galaxy A10, Indian pricing] Samsung announces Galaxy A50 and A30 mid-rangers with 'glass-tic' bodies and teardrop notches

[Update: Galaxy A10, Indian pricing] Samsung announces Galaxy A50 and A30 mid-rangers with 'glass-tic' bodies and teardrop notches

Samsung isn't afraid to experiment with different types of notches in its mid-range offerings — having tried it all, from a hole-punch in the Galaxy A8S, to a OnePlus 6T-esque sloping teardrop in the M20, to more traditional bezels in the A9. Two new devices were announced today, the Galaxy A30 and A50, featuring teardrop notches of the Infinity-U design Samsung revealed last fall. These phones are likely headed to the Indian market in the coming week.

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