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NDTV News (India) 01/20/2019 02:09
Redmi Note 7 Pro price leak, WhatsApp for Android update, and the reveal of Galaxy M-series India launch date were some of the biggest tech news items that dominated this week.
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Gotta Be Mobile 01/18/2019 13:50
Samsung continues to push important security patches to the Galaxy Note 9 and the Android Pie update brings the latest security patches from Samsung and Google.
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Tablet News 01/18/2019 13:34
We already knew that Samsung was preparing a new Tab A or two for early 2019 and now we have more leaks about the product.
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Leak reveals yet another way the Galaxy S10 will outshine Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Note 9 – BGR.
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SamMobile 01/18/2019 07:51
A few weeks back, we exclusively reported that Samsung is working on several new Android tablets.
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Droid Life 01/16/2019 12:20
Samsung has officially opened up the beta for this software in select markets, so now appears to be the time.
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MSPoweruser 01/16/2019 10:00
After months of continuous testing, Samsung finally rolled out Android Pie update to Galaxy S9 and Note 9 users.
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TalkAndroid 01/16/2019 09:07
Samsung has begun rolling out the One UI beta program for their Galaxy Note 8, which falls in line with their released official Android Pie roadmap.
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Tom's Guide 01/16/2019 07:46
The beta for Samsung’s One UI for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ is finally here, following yesterday’s release for the Galaxy Note 8.
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Android Community 01/16/2019 00:45
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will receive the same update but only after the Note 8.
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SlashGear 01/15/2019 22:01
Unlike with the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9, it seems that Samsung is starting with the Galaxy Note 8 when it comes to the beta program.
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Ausdroid 01/15/2019 18:30
Samsung’s rollout of Android Pie has begun in earnest for their flagships of the past couple of years and next to receive the update is the Galaxy Note 8 with users in India and Korea being invited to join the Beta program ...
More from Ausdroid: 01/15/2019 17:44
Samsung’s rolling out a surprise Galaxy Note 8 Android Pie beta, but many users will want to avoid it and stay put on Android Oreo.
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TrustedReviews 01/15/2019 14:31
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the latest flagship device to get a test drive of the Android 9 Pie operating system, reports have confirmed.
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PhoneArena 01/15/2019 11:18
Android Pie for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 introduces separate Dolby Atmos mode for gaming.
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9to5Google 01/15/2019 08:38
That means if the beta is heading to Note 8 devices at this point, we could see a delay in the full release of One UI for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 devices slip back too.
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WCCFtech 01/15/2019 08:09
Today marks the official release of the OneUI-based Android Pie beta for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Registrations for the program are now open via the Samsung Members app.
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Android Central 01/14/2019 08:34
The curved nature of the Note 9's screen makes most protectors less than stellar options, but when we reviewed the Whitestone Dome Glass protector back in October, we called it "the clear winner" thanks to its excellent durability and straightforward installation ...
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Softpedia 01/14/2019 05:53
Samsung started the Android Pie rollout for the Galaxy Note 9 earlier this month in Germany, and now it looks like the new OS version becomes available for more devices across the world.
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