When will Android 12 be released?
Android 12 may be released on October 4th, according to an internal document shared by XDA Developers. The next version of Google's mobile operating system features the new Material You visual design and has been in public beta since May. The VergeAndroid 12 may be released on October 4th
Now, exit the Samsung Members app, and head to Settings > Software update > Download and install to finish installing the beta on your device.
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14 September, 2021 - 06:36pm
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is one of the best and most highly rated smartwatches on the market today. This stylish smartwatch is highly advanced, with Bluetooth connectivity to let you do all of the things you need, right from your wrist. Call, text, stream music, get notifications, and more without your phone, making this watch perfect for hiking, jogging, music festivals, and anywhere else you don’t want to take your phone. The super long lasting battery can go for more than a day on a single charge and recharges quickly on your standard charger.
This smartwatch offers health and fitness insights to help you track your fitness goals. Track seven popular activities, your daily steps, heart rate, and more to keep on top of your health and wellness. The sleep tracker provides insight into your sleep and night-time patterns and monitors your stress levels. Included breathing guides help give you insight into your daily patterns and behaviors. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch is wearable technology that can help you manage the more personal aspects of your life discreetly.
Right now, you can get the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 on sale now at Best Buy for just $230. That’s a savings of $170 marked down from its regular price of $400. Hurry, these Samsung Galaxy watch deals are short-lived, and supplies are limited. Order it today for fast and free delivery, or in-store pickup where available.
Looking for something a little different? There are even more great smartwatch deals going on today. We’ve rounded up some of the best ones for you below.
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14 September, 2021 - 12:16pm
I woke up this morning and flashed the One UI 4 beta to my Galaxy S21 Ultra. As we take a look around the updated software, we wanted to share Samsung’s changelog for the update. As you’ll see below, it’s extremely lengthy, which is no surprise considering Android 12 in general brings a plethora of fantastic changes.
The big topics for Android 12 are device customization and privacy. Both of these things are highlighted significantly, though, there are a handful of changes on an app-by-app basis as well. Below, check out the complete changelog for the One UI 4 beta, then if you haven’t done so on your own Galaxy S21 lineup device, go get it. So far, it’s awesome.
One UI 4 is all about you. Your comfort. Your privacy. Your self-expression. Redesigned for a seamless experience across your Galaxy devices, One U14 keeps the things you love while adding a wide array of new features and enhancements and more customizations than ever so you can make it your own. More intuitive, more fun, more secure. and easier than ever.
As I said, it’s long. For most users, the download weighs in at around 2.4GB, which is no laughing matter. It also comes with the September security patch.
14 September, 2021 - 08:10am
These are some of the biggest and boldest smartphones Samsung has made in recent years, with the Note 20 including a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED touchscreen and the Note 20 Ultra sporting a 6.9-inch Quad HD+ AMOLED screen. Both run on the same octa-core processor and support 5G connectivity, but the Note 20 Ultra has 12GB of RAM while the standard Note 20 has 8GB. Both also come with the Note series' signature S Pen for drawing, doodling and note-taking and that's one of the biggest selling point for these devices. The S Pen, while it hasn't changed much over the past few years, continues to be a solid stylus for Note handsets, with little lag time when writing on the smartphone's screen and gesture controls with features like Anywhere Actions.
While the Note series isn't for everyone, the Note 20 Ultra earned a score of 86 from us and we considered it to be Samsung's best big phone when it came out last year. It has excellent performance, a fantastic screen, a battery that lasted at least 12 hours on a single charge and a more thoughtful S Pen experience than previous generations. It's over the top in many ways, but a device like that is easier to justify when you can get it for much less than usual.
As for Samsung's SmartTags, they're the company's version of Tiles trackers and Apple's AirTags. You can attach one to things like your keys or slip one into your wallet to keep track of things via your smartphone. The companion app will show the tracker's last location and you can also use to to force the SmartTag to ring so you can follow the sound to your lost item. SmartTags are water-resistant and, unlike AirTags, they have a keyring hole so you can easily attach them to your things without buying additional accessories.
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13 September, 2021 - 08:42pm
The Galaxy Watch4 boasts a bunch of health and fitness features