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Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note10 series start receiving One UI 2.5 update

The One UI 2.5 software made its debut a couple of weeks ago alongside the Galaxy Note20, Z Flip 5G, and Tab S7 lineup. It's already made its way to the Galaxy S20, and now it's the older Galaxy S10's turn. The unlocked model in Germany is up first, and it includes a ton of new stuff.

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Forget the expensive Note20 and pick up Samsung's dual-SIM Galaxy S10+ for just $550 on eBay

Samsung may have unveiled some fancy new phones yesterday, but that doesn't mean the old ones are any less good. The Galaxy S10+ was released last spring, and now it's on sale for a mere $549.99 at eBay. Samsung still sells the US version for around $850, so this is a solid discount on a device with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and an in-display fingerprint sensor.

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Samsung's 1TB Galaxy S10+ is down to $900 ($400 off) on Amazon

The Galaxy S10 series is still worth buying in 2020, since the phones have most of the features from the S20 (and some the S20 dropped entirely) at lower prices. Now you can get the 1TB version of the S10+ for $899.99, a $400 reduction from the usual price of $1,300. Plus, it's the full US version, not one of the dual-SIM variants with poor LTE support.

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The T-Mobile Galaxy S10 series is receiving the June security patch

The first Galaxy S20 units are already receiving the July security patch in Korea and Europe, but in the US, the slow carrier rollout of the June update continues to arrive on many people's phones. People using a Galaxy S10 device on T-Mobile can look forward to the patch, which is only now starting to roll out to them. Along with the security enhancements, the phones are getting smaller system and performance improvements.

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10 Android 10 features you should be using on your Galaxy S10 or Note10

Samsung began updating its portfolio of smartphones to Android 10 in November last year. Now that most of even its mid-range handsets have received the upgrade to OneUI 2.0, there's now a pretty sizable number of people out there using Android 10 on Galaxy smartphones. But what's actually new in Android 10, and what are the big features? Some may not be obvious, and most require you to actively explore your phone's settings menus to discover. Here are 10 we think are the biggest, most important changes (and how to use them).

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Get a 512GB Galaxy S10 for just $700 on Amazon, its lowest price yet

The Galaxy S20 series is finally available, but given the $1,000 price for just the base model, it's certainly not a good choice for everyone. For those of you not comfortable with spending that much on a phone, Samsung is keeping the S10 series around, and dropping prices in the process. You can now get the 512GB Galaxy S10 for just $699.99 on Amazon, which is the lowest recorded price yet for this model.

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Samsung's 512GB Galaxy S10 is down to $800 right now (Update: 1TB S10+ is $1,000)

The Galaxy S10 is Samsung's main flagship phone... for a few more months, anyway. It's still one of the best Android devices you can buy at the moment, and now the 512GB variant is at its lowest price yet: $799.99. That's $350 below MSRP

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Galaxy Store update brings dark mode and One UI design (APK Download)

The Galaxy Store began as the black sheep of the Android store family, offering little incentive to use it and existing as almost entirely bloatware. As with most of Samsung's first-party efforts, that's slowly changed over the last few years, with One UI's rollout being extremely well received and One UI 2.0 just around the corner for most. Samsung has brought its flagship store's design up to date with the latest version release, introducing a One UI-themed storefront along with dark mode and a few aesthetic changes that bring it in line with the rest of its apps.

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Get an unlocked Galaxy S10, S10+, or S10e for $200 off ($550+) from multiple retailers

There have been countless sales on Samsung's Galaxy S10 series over the past few months, but those discounts usually came with minor catches. The dual-SIM and international models have been easy to find on sale, but those versions don't support Samsung Pay in the U.S., and they're missing a few 4G/LTE bands commonly used by U.S. carriers. More recently, there were some US models on sale, but now there are even bigger discounts.

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Save up to $300 when purchasing an unlocked Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+ from Best Buy

Earlier this month we reported Samsung was offering $100 off on most of the S10 lineup. Unfortunately, this deal wasn't available on the least expensive 128GB variants, which meant the 128GB S10e was the same price as the 256GB version at some retailers. However, the brand just extended the markdown to all handsets, and other retailers are even adding some discounts of their own, letting you save up to $300 on a new unlocked phone.

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