Samsung will give Galaxy smartphone and tablet owners access to display assemblies, back glass, and charging ports.
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Samsung is getting ready to rerelease the ill-fated Galaxy Fold, and has released a video instructing owners how to take care of the $2,000 folding smartphone. Problem is, smartphone owners aren't careful.
A Samsung update blunder is locking users out of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus handsets.
The Galaxy Note 10 might drop the headphone jack and physical buttons (but will Samsung make a mess of this too?)
If you were upset when Apple dropped the headphone jack from the iPhone, paving the way for other makers to do the same, get ready for the next big change that Samsung is allegedly planning.
At this stage, it looks like the answer to the question "what went wrong with the Galaxy Fold?" is that Samsung dropped the ball in spectacular fashion and was left scrabbling for a response when things went bad.
A report claims that Samsung's $2,000 Galaxy Fold smartphone launch has been delayed worldwide while the company addresses issues relating to the durability of the display.
Think the Samsung Note 9 is a powerhouse? According to a report, the Galaxy S10 could feature six cameras, 5G support, and a display that dwarfs the Note 9.
Samsung is keen to put that whole Galaxy Note 7 mess behind it.
Where there are losers, there are also winners, and Google and LG are coming out top from the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle, but Samsung isn't doing too bad either.
Choosing the right iPhone really is a no-brainer since there's only a small handful to choose from, but when it comes to Android handsets, there's a staggering array of choice.