Galaxy S10: Samsung's lineup is solid, but maybe wait for Galaxy S10 5G Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S10 line, but gave us two other devices that'll require a bit of a wait. Also is DeX a thin client replacement? ZDNet's Larry Dignan sits down with TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler and Karen Roby to discuss the latest revealings. Read more: https://zd.net/2EkCadP Samsung has released an update for the fingerprint reader on its flagship Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus devices that some users complained wasn't responsive. Mobility Best phones not sold by US carriers (and how to get them) Amazon working on Alexa-enabled wireless earbuds to compete with Apple's AirPods: Report Google releases Android Q beta 2, adds notification Bubbles Apple advertises one product that actually works well iPhone XS Max vs. Galaxy S10 Plus: Which phone is best? (CNET) Top 5 email clients for Android (TechRepublic) Samsung issued a 'Biometrics security patch' for the Galaxy S10 pair on Friday, … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10’s sluggish in-screen fingerprint reader: Samsung issues urgent fix
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Samsung has been on a roll showcasing different display options for phones. Famously the Galaxy Fold stole the show at the company's Unpacked event in February with a screen that folds in half. The Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10E use a hole-punch cutout in the display to house the selfie camera. And now it seems the upcoming Galaxy A90 will feature a screen without a notch or a hole-punch.On Thursday, Dutch site Galaxy Club found a mention of the Galaxy A90's "Notchless Infinity Display" on the Indonesian version of Samsung's website. The text is curiously found in a footnote next to a photo of a Galaxy phone (A30 or A50) that has a display notch. There is also a sub header that reads, "Sub headline text" that could indicate that the page wasn't meant to go live yet.Rumors in February indicated that the Galaxy A90 would have a pop-up camera instead of using a notch like last year's Vivo Nex. Technically the Galaxy S8 and S9 both had Infinity Displays without notches, but there … [Read more...] about Galaxy A90 with ‘Notchless Infinity Screen’ confirmed by Samsung website
Samsung has been on a roll showcasing different display options for phones. Famously the Galaxy Fold stole the show at the company's Unpacked event in February with a screen that folds in half. The Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10 E use a cutout in the display for a selfie camera. And now it seems the upcoming Galaxy A90 will feature a screen without a notch or a hole-punch.On Thursday, Dutch site Galaxy Club found a mention of the Galaxy A90's "Notchless Infinity Display" on Samsung's own website.This is a developing story. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Review • Galaxy S10 Plus is already a top phone of the year News • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus to be used to film entire Tonight Show episode … [Read more...] about Galaxy A90 with ‘Notchless Infinity Screen’ confirmed by Samsung
How do you fix that which is broken? Specifically, how do you access your smartphone—to wipe all of your important data off of it, presumably before shipping it off for repair—when you’ve destroyed the screen? I apologize for giving away the topic of this week’s Tech 911 column in advance. If you’re a new reader to this weekly tech advice column, welcome! Tradition dictates that I share the email I received from a Lifehacker reader struggling with a geeky dilemma, even though you probably know the story by now. Frank is in the spotlight this week: “I have my [Samsung] J7 Pro. How can I wipe or delete all the data on it? The screen and LCD are totally cracked, but it powers on and lights up.” Frank even sent us a photo: I’m not quite sure what your broken smartphone actually does, based on your phrasing. If it’s cracked, but it powers up and you can get a reasonable sense of what you’re tapping—if the device even … [Read more...] about How Do I Factory Reset an Android Phone with a Broken Screen?
In much the same way as they take centre stage in our living rooms, TVs remain the big draw at IFA in Berlin, Europe’s largest consumer tech show. Having burnt out his retinas casting judgment over the hundreds of goggle boxes unveiled at this year’s show, Kevin Lynch takes us through his pick of the new displays.Samsung 8K Q900R QLED In terms of TVs, the big talking point at IFA 2018 has very much been whether 8K is the format of the future or the present.Despite the glaring absence of native content in the format, or the fact that most folk are just coming to terms with adopting 4K into their homes, Samsung unequivocally came out all guns blazing for 7680×4320 resolution – four times that of UltraHD – with confirmation of an October release date for the 8K Q900R QLED TVs proving a standout announcement at this year’s show.Samsung’s argument is that as the demand from consumers for ever larger screens continues apace, 85-inches of 8K can … [Read more...] about The TVs of IFA 2018: The best screens unveiled by Samsung, LG, Philips and Toshiba