Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 (and all the variants) back in 2019 (which is obviously so long ago already), but now there are two new options to add to the mix.
In October, Samsung found itself in a bit of hot water as it was revealed that its newest smartphones, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10, suffered a major security flaw that basically allowed any fingerprint to unlock the device depending on the screen protector installed on the handset.
Biometric security measures are billed as far more secure than the standard password or PIN. However, issues exist, as Samsung has recently discovered.
It's no secret that biometrics on Samsung's earlier Galaxies with their old-school 2D facial recognition can be spoofed by using a headshot. The latest Galaxy S10 series is no exception.
Samsung today announced it will preinstall the Spotify app globally on its latest smartphones like Galaxy S10, Galaxy Fold and more. Moreover, new Galaxy customers who subscribe to Spotify on their device will be treated to six free months of Spotify Premium in the US.
In addition to the Galaxy Fold, Samsung announced a slew of new handsets at its big Unpacked event in San Francisco on Wednesday. In fact, the new Galaxy S10 lineup looks a lot like the iPhone lineup with a 6.1-inch S10, a larger 6.4-inch S10+, and a smaller, less-expensive S10e. Check out our full overview below.
A week ahead of Samsung's Unpacked 2019 press conference in San Francisco, the South Korean maker is enticing Apple users to switch to one of the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphones by offering up to $550 off to those who would trade-in their iPhone.
Samsung today announced that its Unpacked 2019 media event will be held on Wednesday, February 20, at 11am Pacific Time at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
This fall, Apple is likely to introduce three new iPhones, including a second-generation 5.8-inch iPhone X, an all-new 6.1-inch LCD iPhone and 6.5-inch "iPhone X Plus. To keep pace, Samsung's expected to launch three new Galaxy S10 models early next year with similar screen sizes, according to Business Insider.
Korean publication The Bell (Google Translate) on Monday published some interesting new pieces of information pertaining to some of the rumored headline features that are reportedly headed to Samsung's upcoming tenth anniversary Galaxy S smartphone.
Samsung's next Note smartphone could be just two months away.