Samsung’s S10 and Note 10 are getting updated with the S20’s best camera features


Samsung is bringing a host of the Galaxy S20’s new camera and software features to last year’s Galaxy S10 and Note 10 lineups in a software update, the company announced today. The new features include camera functionality like Single Take and Night Hyperlapse, as well as new gallery and sharing features. Samsung didn’t provide an exact date for the update’s release, but said that it would be rolling out to select markets, including the US, “in the coming weeks.”

We were particularly impressed with Single Take when we tried it out on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The feature

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review: Buy this one


Update: March 25, 2020: We have updated our Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review with details on price drops, a camera app update, and more.

If you’re a power user, you’re probably familiar with Samsung’s Galaxy S phones; specifically, the top-of-the-line Plus variants. This year, the Galaxy S20 line comes in three flavors, and the Plus model isn’t at the top. We’ve already reviewed the top-tier Galaxy S20 Ultra, and spoiler alert: most people shouldn’t buy it. Insane price tag aside, it’s just too big.

That’s why the Galaxy S20 Plus is so important. It still achieves power

Is Samsung’s cheap fitness tracker worth it?


When Samsung does something, it does it big. Whether it’s a smartphone, a smartwatch, or a folding phone, you can rest assured knowing it’ll probably have the latest and greatest specs and top-tier design. But what happens when Samsung dials things back?

The Samsung Galaxy Fit is a good test for this very scenario. It’s not competing against other high-end fitness trackers, and it’s not even a successor to the company’s previous tracker, the Gear Fit 2 Pro. Instead, it’s taking on the Fitbit Inspire HR, the $100 bare-bones tracker that launched earlier this

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