Samsung is getting ready to launch the new Galaxy XCover6 Pro next month. And today, the South Korean manufacturer revealed the device and what its specs will be.
Samsung touts this device as an “enterprise-ready smartphone powerful enough to support today’s most demanding businesses.”
In its reveal today, Samsung shared that the Galaxy XCover6 Pro will be a rugged smartphone with an IP68 water and dust rating and MIL-STD 810H. Despite this, the device is only 9.9mm thick. There are a couple of customizable shortcut buttons available.
If you’re looking to buy a new phone, here’s one deal that might help you save money. Instead of buying a new phone, you can get a free Samsung Galaxy A53 5G from Xfinity Mobile. But there’s a catch.
As shared by BestMVNO, you can get the device for free if you are a postpaid Xfinity Internet subscriber. Prepaid internet subscribers are not eligible for this offer. The offer is also available for new lines only. You will need to port in your number from a different carrier within 30 days of your purchase.
Last week, there were reports that Samsung has an oversupply of unsold devices. But despite this, the South Korean manufacturer continues to unveil new phones. The latest device we’ve heard about is the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G. And according to reports, this device will be making its way to the US.
As reported by PhoneArena, the Galaxy A23 5G is a budget-friendly device that basically has the same specs as its 4G model. However, there are a few features that differentiate the two.
For starters, the 5G model is said to be operated by a Snapdragon 695 5G CPU while the 4G version is run by a Snapdragon 680 processor.
Last week, it was reported that Visible is rebranding itself to Visible by Verizon. The rebranding has been made official only a few days ago and the prepaid brand has some deals available for Father’s Day.
For a limited time period, the Verizon-owned prepaid brand is giving away a Bang & Olufsen speaker and a $150 gift card with the purchase of one of these phones:
Dish Network shocked everybody today by rolling out its 5G network without making any huge announcement. And the rollout comes at the perfect time, considering their deadline from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is set to expire.
The FCC required Dish to start offering 5G service to at least 20 percent of the country’s population on June 14th. Otherwise, they will need to pay fines that start at $16 million. In addition to this, FCC will be increasing the fine for every wireless band that is unavailable.
In recent years, T-Mobile has been leading the 5G space in the country. And today’s new announcement proves just how far ahead the Un-carrier is compared to its competitors.
The company’s engineers were recently able to produce over 3Gbps speeds using a commercial Samsung Galaxy S22. The speed was derived from a “live production” network, which T-Mo marks as another “global first” for the company. Of course, this was achieved by combining a couple of 2.5GHz Ultra Capacity 5G channels and an extra 1900MHz spectrum channel. Together, these make up the first “nationwide” Standalone 5G network in the world.
Despite being an affordable device, the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G smartphone is getting updated to Android 12.
This report comes from SamMobile, who revealed that device users in the US will be receiving both the Android 12 and One UI 4.1 OS update. The update has already started rolling out to carrier-specific versions of the device.
If you are using a Galaxy A13 5G, you can check if the download is already available to your device by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install. This will give you the Android 12 update with the firmware A136USQU2BVE9 version, which includes One UI 4.1 and the May 2022 security patch.
Having a cracked screen fixed can be costly. This is why Samsung’s new promotion is such an appealing offer to everyone dealing with a cracked display right now.
As reported by Android Authority, Samsung is giving US phone owners a chance to get their cracked screens fixed for just $50. This promotion is available from June 13th until the 27th only. And obviously, the offer is only for Samsung devices.
As for the devices that are eligible for this promotion, the report says that it will only accept the following:
Any Galaxy S phone from the Galaxy S9 series and newer (excluding Galaxy S21 FE and Galaxy S20 FE)
Everyone makes mistakes. Company representatives and employees are no stranger to these as well.
Recently, a Samsung Community Manager published a promotional banner featuring an iPhone device. The banner was spotted on the Samsung Members app. After some teasing from the public, the South Korean manufacturer quickly owned up to its boo-boo and fixed the graphic. They have also released this statement via Android Authority:
Samsung is working on a limited edition of its Galaxy S22 smartphone. And this is something that the South Korean manufacturer hopes to entice gaming enthusiasts with.
Earlier this week, the company revealed that they are working on a Samsung Galaxy S22 Diablo Immortal Edition. This is a special edition device that they will be releasing in partnership with Blizzard as its official mobile release for the game.
But what makes the Galaxy S22 Diablo Immortal Edition different from the regular variants? Well, it really isn’t a different model. It is only a bundle pack that comes with additional items that fit the theme.
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