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Official Samsung Galaxy S20 cases leak, showing LED, rugged, and see-through covers

Samsung is due to unveil its newest flagships in just a couple of weeks during its Unpack event; and even though we already know quite a bit about the upcoming S20 lineup, we didn't have a lot of details regarding its accessories. Thankfully, new leaks reveal more information about the phone's official cases.

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Latest Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Android 10 beta arrives as stable release edges closer

Samsung has turned things around with its Android 10 rollout, updating its latest flagships faster than anyone expected. With the Note10 and S10 series out of the way, Samsung is focusing its attention on the Galaxy S9 from 2018. Today the S9 and S9+ gets a sixth beta build of Android 10 ahead of the imminent stable release.

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Samsung quietly unveils rugged Galaxy XCover Pro with removable 4,050mAh battery (Update: US pricing)

Samsung has a solid lineup of rugged smartphones, but they usually get sidelined by their myriad of mainstream, lifestyle peers. Something similar happened when it revealed a brand-new adventure-ready phone on the hush-hush in Finland alongside four new Galaxy A and Lite models. The Galaxy XCover Pro appears to come packed with a bunch of rugged features making it sturdy yet usable in rough environments.

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Samsung's Galaxy Note10 Lite and S10 Lite budget flagships are official

They've been rumored for months, and the usual leaks have left little to the imagination, but now the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite and S10 Lite are both official. As expected, they're slightly watered-down versions of the South Korean company's flagship phones — one of which features the iconic S Pen — that will retail for less than their fully-fledged siblings.

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256GB Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 down to just $430 ($300 off) at Best Buy

If you're on the market for a good Android tablet, Samsung's Galaxy Tab S6, which is probably one of the best ones around, is currently down to just $430 at Best Buy. This is a significant markdown for a product that was just released, as it's $300 less than the MSRP.

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Dual-SIM Galaxy Note10+ drops to $874, its lowest price to date

International versions of Samsung devices often pop up on eBay with significantly lower prices than the retail editions. The Galaxy Note10+ was no exception, as it was selling for $900 on the site last month. It dropped a little more, as the handset is now available for $874.

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The dual-SIM Note10 and Note10+ are as low as $776 and $900, respectively

The Galaxy Note10 has been available for just two weeks, and despite the pre-order offers being gone, the device is available at a discount on eBay, with both the 256GB Note10 and Note10+ selling for $776 and $900, respectively on eBay.

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Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy A30s and A50s flaunt triple rear cameras, in-display fingerprint scanners

Samsung unveiled two mid-range handsets back in February, and now we're getting upgraded versions in the Galaxy A30s and A50s. Both devices feature impressive specs for their positioning, as they come with three rear cameras, in-display fingerprint sensors, and stylish designs.

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Prominent leaker says Galaxy Note10 will have Qualcomm's upgraded Snapdragon 855

As is the way with such a high-profile new phone, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ have been leaked left, right, and center. Thankfully, it looks like a plan to ditch physical buttons didn't work out in the end. Previous rumors have suggested that the phones wouldn't be getting Qualcomm's latest silicon, the overclocked plus variant of the 855, but fresh information from a trusted leaker contends that point.

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Samsung announces another uninspiring 8-inch Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab A (8.0") 2019

The state of the Android tablet market in 2019 isn't a pretty one, so much so that Google has decided not to bother making any more of them, but this isn't stopping Samsung from plowing ahead with its latest release. The popularity of 7 and 8-inch tablets has likely declined because we're all using huge phones these days, which makes the announcement of a new Samsung Galaxy Tab A (8.0") all the more perplexing.

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