What's New In Samsung One Ui For Android 10 (beta)?

What's New In Samsung One UI for Android 10 (Beta)?

Recently, Samsung announced the One UI beta program for the Galaxy S10 series in the U.S. Even though only selected customers will be able to get their hands-on, it will be a major ‘One UI’ update on top of the new Android 10.

In this article, we tell you how to register for the beta program and what’s new with Android 10 for Samsung Galaxy S10 devices.

Sony Needs A 'compact' Device To Challenge The Samsung Galaxy S10e

Sony needs a 'compact' device to challenge the Samsung Galaxy S10e

In the absence of Sony releasing a 2019 ‘compact' flagship (at least so far), who would have thought that Xperia fans would be turning to Samsung to fulfil their needs. Sony Mobile has dampened plans to release any more ‘compact' flagship devices. Earlier in the year, Sony Mobile's Vice President of Marketing said that consumers wanted bigger displays, implying that Sony may be ending its compact range.

Android Pie Update Rolling Out To Samsung Galaxy S8 Owners In Germany

Android Pie Update Rolling Out To Samsung Galaxy S8 Owners In Germany

It has been about two years since Samsung launched the Galaxy S8 handsets, and the good news for owners of the device is that if you were worried that Samsung had forgotten about you, it seems that they haven’t. According to a report from SamMobile, it appears that the company has started the rollout of the Android 9.0 Pie update for users in Germany.

The rollout in Germany is good news as it means that Samsung thinks that the update is stable enough to be released to the masses and it should be finding its way to other markets soon. We can’t say for sure when the update will find its way stateside, but hopefully it won’t be too far off. Also it might be slightly later for those who are locked to a carrier as usually these updates will require carrier approval.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e: 10.5-inch, 0.87 Lbs, Android Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e: 10.5-inch, 0.87 Lbs, Android Tablet

Ahead of Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC 19) Samsung has announced a new Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S5e: its thinnest and lightest Android tablet to date.

The Galaxy Tab S5e is more affordable than the current Galaxy Tab S4 and is right in the middle of the 2019 product line-up which looks like this:

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core Android Go Handset Announced

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core Android Go Handset Announced

While high-end smartphones certainly make for better news and publicity, and also does a good job of showing off a company’s technology, the price of such devices typically means that there are a good number of customers out there who cannot afford them, such as those living in developing countries.

The good news is that if you are in the market for an affordable Android handset that won’t break the bank, Samsung might have something for you in the form of the Samsung Galaxy J4 Core. This is the company’s latest Android Go handset and follows the Galaxy J2 Core that was announced back in August earlier this year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition Could Get Android Pie

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition Could Get Android Pie

In 2016 Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7, but unfortunately due to battery issues, there were widespread reports of the phone exploding and catching on fire, leading to Samsung recalling all models. The company then decided to fix the issue and re-release the handset as the “Fan Edition”.

For those who decided to purchase the Fan Edition, there is some good news in terms of updates for the handset. A report from SamMobile has revealed that the phone in question was recently spotted at the WiFi Alliance’s website where it received its certification with Android Pie on board, suggesting that the phone could indeed be eligible for the update.

Android Pie Coming To Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ In January 2019

Android Pie Coming To Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ In January 2019

If you’re the owner of a Samsung flagship device and you’re wondering when the Android Pie update will be arriving for your phone, especially in the face of other manufacturers such as Essential who have already released the Android 9.0 update to their handset, wonder no more as Samsung has confirmed the release schedule for the Galaxy S9 and S9+.

Samsung To Showcase Android 9 Beta At Sdc Tomorrow

Samsung To Showcase Android 9 Beta At SDC Tomorrow

Samsung’s annual developers’ conference kicks off tomorrow in San Francisco, California. The company has now revealed that it will be showcasing its Android 9 Pie beta at the event. It’s about time that the company revealed information about the next major Android update for its devices. Some of its rivals are already done with their beta programs and have even released the update.

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core Android Go Smartphone Announced

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core Android Go Smartphone Announced

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Samsung has put out plenty of affordable smartphones in the past, so it’s not really surprising to see them launch another with the Galaxy J2 Core. However what makes this particular launch is that with the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core, it marks the first Android Go smartphone that Samsung has ever launched.

Fortnite Android Beta Lands On Non-samsung Handsets

Fortnite Android Beta Lands On Non-Samsung Handsets


Many have been waiting for the Fortnite Android beta to arrive on non-Samsung devices. The Android port of the popular game had been exclusively released for Samsung smartphones for a few days after the Galaxy Note 9’s announcement on August 9th. The beta is now available for devices from other manufacturers but there’s a catch.

It was previously confirmed by Epic Games that it will not be distributing the title through the Google Play Store. Android users will have to download the Fortnite Installer application from Epic’s website which will then download the game on their devices.

Samsung Users Will Get Advanced Access To Fortnite's Android Beta

Samsung Users Will Get Advanced Access To Fortnite's Android Beta

We have been hearing rumors for a while that Epic’s Fortnite for Android could be launched as a temporary exclusive for Samsung devices. It turns out that is partially correct because in an announcement by Samsung, it seems that Galaxy users can now get their hands on the beta version of the game ahead of everyone else.

According to Samsung, this is applicable to those who own either the Galaxy Note9, Galaxy S9/+, Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8/+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy Tab S4, or the Galaxy Tab S3. The beta will be available starting today, the 9th of August, and the app can be found via the Samsung Game Launcher.

Samsung Internet Go Developed For Its First Android Go Smartphone

Samsung Internet Go Developed For Its First Android Go Smartphone


If you use a Samsung smartphone then you’ll be aware that in addition to Google’s Chrome browser, the company’s smartphones come with its own Samsung Internet browser as well. Samsung is due to release its first Android Go smartphone in the near future. It has developed a lightweight version of the Samsung Internet browser for the upcoming device.

An APK of the Samsung Internet Go app has surfaced online. It’s a lightweight app so it lacks some of the features that are present in the full version. That’s to be expected from these lightweight apps, though.

Fortnite For Android Could Be Temporarily Samsung Exclusives

Fortnite For Android Could Be Temporarily Samsung Exclusives

When Fortnite for iOS launched, the game was basically made available via the App Store and that was the end of it. However for Android it's starting to turn out to be a little more complex than we thought. Not only has Epic confirmed that Fortnite will be launched outside of the Google Play Store, but now there are signs that it could be a temporary Samsung exclusive.

We have heard rumors suggesting that it could be a temporary exclusive to the upcoming Galaxy Note 9, but the folks at XDA have discovered more clues that indicate that not only could it be an exclusive to the Note 9, but also to other Samsung devices like the recently launched Galaxy Tab S4.

Samsung Android Go Device Specs Possibly Leaked

Samsung Android Go Device Specs Possibly Leaked


While Samsung hasn’t officially confirmed it as yet, recent reports have suggested that there’s a Samsung Android Go smartphone in the pipeline. Android Go is an iteration of Android Oreo that Google has launched for low-end devices with 1GB of RAM or less. These devices offer a vanilla Android experience on entry-level smartphones. Samsung is believed to be making one such device and its specs have possibly been leaked.

Samsung has dabbled in stock Android smartphones in the past but it didn’t make that a permanent thing. Even the company’s budget handsets come with its own custom skin on top of Android which some argue slows down its devices.