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10 Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ features that actually surprised us

The Galaxy S10 has finally arrived, and Samsung actually had a few tricks up its sleeve.

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The ultra-thin Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e has an OLED screen, Android Pie and no S Pen for $400

Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Tab S5e with a 10.5-inch OLED display and One UI for $400.

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Samsung is offering a great deal on the Galaxy S10 before we even know how much it costs

With a week to go until its unveiling, Samsung has opened up reservations for the Galaxy S10 with up to $550 off after a trade-in.

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4 ways the LG G8 ThinQ's time-of-flight front camera could be more than a gimmick

LG has announced that its next flagship phone, the G8 ThinQ, will feature time-of-flight technology in the front camera. Here's how it could revolutionize selfie and security.

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AT&T 5GE on iPhone and Android phones: What you need to know

AT&T 5GE is rolling out to select Android phones and iPhones. Just don't expect any benefits quite yet.

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Verizon's $40 unlimited Visible service on Android FAQ: What is it and how to switch

Verizon is opening up its $40-a-month Visible plan to Android users after a period of iPhone exclusivity. Here's everything you need to know about the unlimited service.

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The latest Samsung Galaxy S10 camera rumors show just how important its folding phone will be

The Galaxy S10 rumors suggest that Samsung's next flagship phone won't be that exciting. This makes the folding phone even more vital to the company's future.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 will launch on Feb 20, and we only have one question: Will it fold?

Samsung has announced that it will be launching the Galaxy S10 on February 20 in San Francisco, just days before Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona.

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Essential is no longer selling phones, but should we still believe in Andy Rubin's vision?

Essential has confirmed that it will be no longer selling the PH-1, the company's overhyped handset. But something new might still be on the way.

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