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Samsung Pay Rewards adds cash back perk for select retailers

Samsung Pay Rewards adds cash back perk for select retailers

Samsung Pay users will soon have a new perk in the form of cash back. The company announced the new feature today, highlighting it as an expansion of Samsung Rewards. Under that rewards program, Samsung Pay users can earn points, but now they can also get cash back for shopping with select retailers. The new perk is found under a new section within the mobile payment app.

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Samsung PRO Endurance microSD cards are made for video cameras

Samsung PRO Endurance microSD cards are made for video cameras

Certain products continuously record video to a storage card, the biggest examples being security cameras and dashcams, and now Samsung is here with a microSD card made specifically for them. Called the PRO Endurance series, this product line's name hints at the model's extreme endurance, enabling the cards to withstand tens of thousands of hours of continuous recording.

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Samsung will preinstall Verizon’s Oath apps on Galaxy S9 under new deal

Samsung will preinstall Verizon’s Oath apps on Galaxy S9 under new deal

Oath, the Verizon subsidiary, has struck a deal with Samsung that involves putting four of its own apps on the maker's mobile devices. The apps will arrive first on Samsung mobile devices in the United States, later expanding to cover the maker's devices in other markets, too. The deal includes a couple Yahoo apps, plus the Go90 video app.

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Galaxy Note 9 leaked: Crowning details early

Galaxy Note 9 leaked: Crowning details early

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might well be released earlier than previously suspected - so says the latest tip on the device. Now that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus's cameras are being out-shot by the likes of the Huawei P20 Pro, Samsung's being pressured to push the envelope. Forget the iPhone X Plus, it's time for Samsung to start releasing hero smartphones three times a year instead of just two!

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Galaxy S7 Oreo: How to download the update (edge too)

Galaxy S7 Oreo: How to download the update (edge too)

It's time for the latest Android update to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge - Android Oreo. That update was released in the past 24 hours with firmware versions G930FXXU2ERD5 and G935FXXU2ERD5. The roll-out for this software update began in the United Kingdom first, but more users can side-load the software right this minute, if they do so wish.

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Samsung Gear S4 LTE coming to the US, eventually

Samsung Gear S4 LTE coming to the US, eventually

By now, almost all of the major smartphone makers have bowed out of the smartwatch market, perhaps except for Huawei and Samsung. The latter, however, seems to be in an odd position. After having implemented and admittedly ingenious rotating bezel control in the Gear S2, Samsung seems to have slowed down its pace. Last year's successor to the Gear S3 was the Gear S3 Sport, leaving many wondering if it was the end of the line. Worry not, Gear fans, because a Gear S4 is coming this year and will even bring LTE connectivity to the US when it does arrive.

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Galaxy A6, A6+ now official, Galaxy S9 in Galaxy J clothing

Galaxy A6, A6+ now official, Galaxy S9 in Galaxy J clothing

Samsung has finally took the covers off the Galaxy A6 and A6+ though we've pretty much known everything there is about them. Of course, it's always good to have official confirmation, plus some details on their availability. As with the Galaxy S9 and S9+, Samsung is pushing the pair's camera chops. But unlike the higher end model, only one of them really has the bragging rights to Samsung's "Camera Reimagined" slogan.

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Galaxy A6, A6+ official leak leaves nothing left to imagination

Galaxy A6, A6+ official leak leaves nothing left to imagination

Just like Sony, back when it was still very hot, Samsung seems to have trouble keeping even its mid-range phones under wraps. Never mind insider tips and leaks, sometimes even its own regional offices themselves contribute to the premature revelation. Take for example Samsung Indonesia, who just published all the details on the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+, making it practically official. Now all that's left is for Samsung to actually reveal when and where the phones are launching.

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Don’t buy Samsung’s 256GB Galaxy S9 – get this instead

Don’t buy Samsung’s 256GB Galaxy S9 – get this instead

Storage fans wanting the most capacious Android smartphone may be looking eagerly at Samsung's new 128 GB and 256 GB Galaxy S9 and S9+ today, but those who consider themselves clever with money should look elsewhere. The new smartphones do address complaints from some quarters about the standard 64 GB that Samsung's 2018 flagships launched with, but I'd argue they're not the best way to get more space for photos and videos.

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New Galaxy S9 and S9+ models might make early adopters cross

New Galaxy S9 and S9+ models might make early adopters cross

New Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ (or Galaxy S9 Plus, if you prefer), models are coming to Samsung online. These new models will sport expanded storage over their predecessors, coming with either 128GB or 256GB internal storage. Both models will be made exclusive to Samsung's online store.

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Preview: Galaxy Note 9 “Crown” gets interesting

Preview: Galaxy Note 9 “Crown” gets interesting

Today we're running down the latest in Samsung Galaxy Note 9 "Crown" tips and rumors before the big release. This smartphone, nicknamed "Crown", is almost certain to replace the Galaxy Note 8 much in the same way the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus replaced the S8 and S8 Plus. The differences might seem slight to some - but for power users, the changes here will be significant.

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Galaxy Note 9’s early arrival heralded by Chinese certification

Galaxy Note 9’s early arrival heralded by Chinese certification

It's hardly a secret that Samsung's timetable has recently been thrown into a bit of a chaos due to external factors. There was the literal explosion of the Galaxy Note 7, the arrival of the iPhone X, and, now, the slow sales of the Galaxy S9. All of these seem to have at least one side effect: it makes Samsung rush. As if confirming that expectation, the Galaxy Note 9, actually two of them, just recently popped up at China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of CMIIT, hinting that we could be just three months away from yet another Samsung flagship.

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