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After months of rumors and leaks, the OnePlus 5 has finally been unveiled and although you will still have to wait a while before the images are available, we have every specification and a few confirmed pre-release images for you. As it turns out, the budget flagship king of the smartphone world has not taken any risks this year at all.


The OnePlus 5 comes in with a flat 5.5-inch 1080p Optic AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip and 6GB/8GB of RAM. While the higher RAM variant does look impressive on paper, we are not sure how much more it will add to the device in terms of actual performance and multitasking. The battery is 3,300mAh as predicted by rumors and support's OnePlus's in-house world's fastest charging technology, Dash Charge. There's also Bluetooth v5, NFC, a ceramic fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm headphone jack and the interesting 20mp + 16mp dual rear camera. OnePlus has upgraded the 64GB/128GB storage options to UFS 2.1.2 which will allow for faster boot time, faster app opening, faster file transfer, faster installation and an overall smoother experience.

 

 

What do I think about the OnePlus 5? It's a very safe device that unfortunately fails to bring anything new to the field. The slimmer profile and the interesting set of cameras will need to be tested first, but my guess is that they will both be significant upgrades over the OnePlus 3T. While all this makes it a solid offering, especially if the price is kept as low as OnePlus is famous for doing, it just doesn't seem like a huge upgrade over its predecessor at this point of time.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



If you are in Europe and you are still using a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, we have good news for you today. It is only a matter of time before you are notified that the much awaited Marshmallow update has finally arrived on your Galaxy Note 4. The SD 805 powered N910F is among the last of the Note 4 variations to receive the major upgrade as Samsung looks to finish off its Marshmallow update schedule.


As expected, the update comes in a large OTA package of roughly 1.3 gigabytes. While all of the N910F models will be upgraded to Android version 6.0.1 post installation, the build number will vary depending on the particular country as well as the carrier. So far, news of the update's arrival has been reported mainly from the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Hungary. We expect similar reports from the other European countries to turn up soon.


The Note 4 will see significant improvements in speed and stability, along with a more up to date S-Pen interface. As was seen with similar updates for other versions, the screen off memo feature from the Note 5 will now be available on the Note 4 also. Expect Android M to arrive on the N910F with all its bells and whistles, like Dozing, customizable app permissions and a redesigned, lighter TouchWiz.


 

There is general consensus that Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is a beautiful phablet. The device has garnered great reviews and secured top spot among the smartphones currently available in the market. That said the Gold Platinum version looks more attractive than the plain Note 5. It gives a sense of "luxury product" because of the golden design. You can now grab the new variant from AT&T or Verizon. In fact, T-Mobile had listed the model a couple of weeks ago but because of unknown reason that page not been accessible. We're not quite clear whether or not that page will become live once again.


You can get the 64GB Gold Platinum model for $839.99 from AT&T. There is a zero downpayment on a 30-month installment plan with $28/monthly fee. With a two-year agreement, this device can be bought for $349.99. Verizon is offering only the 32GB Gold Platinum which costs less expensive at $696. With $0 downpayment for qualified customers, you can avail of the phablet for two years with a $29 per month payment. Both of the mobile carriers are offering $300 as credits or discount if you move to this device and exchange current one. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 comes features a 5.7 inch HD display screen, Samsung-made Exynos 7420 Octa-core 64-bit processor, 5MP front-facing snapper, 6MP camera in the back, and Samsung Knox security.

 

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In what turned out to be the biggest blemish in the world's number one smartphone manufacturer's reputation, millions of Galaxy Note 7s from customers are making their way back to the manufacturer for a replacement. While this move may cost Samsung more than a billion US dollars, they had to take the initiative after 35 smartphones around the world blew up while being charged. Samsung has finally provided an explanation behind the exploding Samsung SDI batteries just recently and here is what they said in their official statement


"based on our investigation, we learned that there was an issue with the battery cell. An overheating of the battery cell occurred when the anode-to-cathode came into contact which is a very rare manufacturing process error"


Lithium itself is a reactive chemical and the truth is that any smartphone powered by a Li-ion battery does have the potential to explode or catch fire, if there's a short circuit. In case of the Note 7's battery however, some of the batteries provided by Samsung SDI had an inherent manufacturing flaw which resulted in overheating. The overheating led to multiple Li-ion cells cracking open, causing a thermal runaway. So if you have already bought a Note 7, it's time to take it back to the South Korean OEM!


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The LG G5 did a number on the Samsung Galaxy S7's camera this year with its modular upgrades and in order to fight back, Samsung had declared that it would be releasing a modular lens cover for the S7 series of smartphones very soon. As promised, Samsung has now released the lens cover which will allow owners of the S7 or S7 Edge to enhance the imaging capabilities of their phones.


The lens cover comes with a tele-lens, as well as a wide-angle lens so that the user can switch them according to the need of the moment. The package including the phone cover and the two lenses are currently priced at around $120.99. Considering that a retailer in Holland had listed these covers at roughly $170 about eight weeks ago, the official price tag seems much more reasonable now.


You are probably familiar with how the lenses work already, but just in case you are not, here is some know-how. A wide-angle lens is usually used for capturing landscape shots or group photos. The telephoto lens on the other hand is ideal for shooting objects at a distance, for example, the moon. Given how much people depend on the cameras of their smartphones these days; this is an excellent move by Samsung.


Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)



After what has been roughly three and a half months since the Galaxy Note 7 was discontinued, Samsung has finally disclosed its findings regarding the cause behind the exploding smartphone. Just like previously thought, Samsung blames the batteries used inside the Note 7 for causing the safety hazards that the phone did, back when it was still being sold.


700 engineers worked with 200,000 Note 7 smartphones and 30,000 batteries used in those phones to reach the following conclusions.


1. The first batch of batteries which were supplied by Samsung SDI had curved corners which resulted in the electrodes inside the casing to bend. As they bent and came into contact with each other due to heat or pressure, fire and explosion became inevitable in certain cases.


2. After the first recall, Samsung equipped the next batch of Note 7s with batteries supplied by Amperex Technology Ltd. In a bizarre coincidence, these batteries also turned out to be faulty and began to catch fire as a result of inadequate welding and subsequent internal short-circuits. This was probably brought on due to the tremendous pressure of manufacturing millions of batteries in an impossibly short time.


As Dong-jin Koh, the chief of Samsung Mobiles explained all this in a press meeting, he also confirmed that the Galaxy S8 will indeed be delayed this year, and therefore, we will not see the device at the MWC next month.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Galaxy Note 7 FE or "Fan Edition" is now officially on sale and if you wanted to own one last year, you can do so now a year later! Of course, you will need to be in South Korea to buy one in the first place. If you are a fan of the device and would like to import one into the US, I am not sure if that's even allowed at this point of time. While the handset should now legally be allowed on flights, I am not entirely sure how airport authorities will feel about importing a Galaxy Note 7 on an aircraft. Nevertheless, it's here in Korea in all its glory for us to gawk at.


With almost identical specs, the Galaxy Note 7 FE looks and feels exactly like it did last year and that's to be expected, given that the only change is the battery being shrunk down to 3,200mAh. The combination of the QHD Super AMOLED display, Exynos 8890 SoC, 4GB of RAM and the S-Pen makes the Galaxy Note 7 still a great smartphone to buy. In fact, at the reduced price of only KRW 699,600 ($606 roughly), it's a very good deal for the ones who don't mind the chip from last year. Only 400,000 units of the handset will be sold in the country and they will be exclusive to three local telecom carriers.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



After months of speculations, rendered images and videos, we can finally get our first look at the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8, courtesy of SlashLeaks. As you can probably tell, the images you see here are not rendered or concept images; these are the real deal. We are not saying that this can't be just a prototype, but given the fact that we are a little more than just two weeks from the Note 8's official reveal date, it would be safe to bet that this is more or less what we are going to see at the event.



What was immediately noticeable to us is that the Note 8 doesn't look like a stretched out Galaxy S8, like many experts in the field had expected it to be. It's a lot squarer than the S8 or the S8+ with a bit more bezel than either of the two current flagships from Samsung. The dual camera setup can be seen here and also the S-Pen, which does look a bit more stout and that's a good thing, because it makes for a better grip. Do you like what you see? Let us know in the comments.




Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



As expected, the Galaxy Note 8 finally went official hours ago at an exclusive Samsung event in New York City. To no one's surprise, the Note 8 looks exactly like it did in the leaked images and carries the exact same specifications from those leaks as well. Nevertheless, it is a wonderful smartphone and here's a clean and confirmed final look at its specs on paper.


Dimensions: 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6 mm (6.40 x 2.94 x 0.34 in)


Weight: 195 g (6.88 oz)


Corning Gorilla Glass 5 back panel


Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)


 - IP68 certified - dust/water proof over 1.5 meter and 30 minutes

- Stylus

- Samsung Pay (Visa, MasterCard certified)


Display: 6.3 inches (83.2% screen-to-body ratio) Super AMOLED, 1440 x 2960 pixels (~521 ppi pixel density) QHD+


Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Protection


 - HDR10 compliant

- 3D Touch (home button only)

- Always-on display

- Grace UX UI


Android 7.1.1 (Nougat)


Chipset: Exynos 8895 Octa - EMEA/Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835 - USA & China


CPU: Octa-core (4x2.3 GHz & 4x1.7 GHz) - EMEA/Octa-core (4x2.35 GHz Kryo & 4x1.9 GHz Kryo) - USA & China


GPU: Mali-G71 MP20 - EMEA/Adreno 540 - USA & China


microSD, up to 256 GB (dedicated slot) - single-SIM model


microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot) - dual-SIM model


Internal storage: 64/128/256 GB, 6 GB RAM


Primary camera: Dual 12 MP, f/1.7 & f/2.4, OIS, phase detection autofocus, 2x optical zoom, dual-LED (dual tone) flash; 1/2.55" sensor size, 1.4 µm pixel size @ 26 mm, 1/3.6" sensor size, 1.0 µm pixel size @ 52 mm


Geo-tagging, simultaneous 4K video and 9MP image recording, touch focus, face/smile detection, Auto H


Video [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], HDR, dual-video rec.


Secondary camera: 8 MP, f/1.7, autofocus, 1/3.6" sensor size, 1.22 µm pixel size, [email protected], dual video call, Auto HDR


3.5mm jack 


 - 32-bit/384kHz audio

- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic


Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot


Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, EDR, LE


NFC: Yes


USB 3.1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector


Iris scanner, fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, heart rate, SpO2


- Samsung Desktop Experience support

- Fast battery charging (Quick Charge 2.0)

- Qi/PMA wireless charging (market dependent)

- ANT+ support

- Bixby Voice natural language commands and dictation

- MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.265 player

- MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+/FLAC player

- Photo/video editor

- Document editor


Non-removable Li-Ion 3300 mAh battery


Colors: Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Orchid Grey, Deep Sea Blue


Price: N/A (Expected to be more than 1,000 Euros)



Allo was announced earlier in 2016 at the Google I/O and the new messaging app is finally becoming available to Android and iOS devices around the world. If you are not aware about what makes Allo special in a world that's filled with messaging apps from different developers, let us enlighten you. Allo will work in perfect coordination with the new Google Assistant. In other words, Google Assistant is embedded as a part of the new messenger, which will allow users to reply to conversations based on the suggestions by the Google Assistant and perform in-app searches through both your personal data on the phone and also the internet.


Google Assistant is said to take digital assistance to another level through direct interactions with the evolving AI incorporated into the program. It will take the experience you had from Google Now and raise it up by quite a few notches. Now that Allo is finally here, we will learn about new ways to utilize the digital assistant. Keep in mind though, Allo is strictly limited to mobile devices only for now and won't be available on desktops for a while. Download it and give it a try now, it's free!


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


Android Studio


After two years of development, Today, Google officially released Android Studio 1.0, the first stable version of its Integrated Development Environment (IDE) aimed at Android developers. You can download it right now for Windows, Mac, and Linux from the Android Developer site.

 

Google first announced Android Studio, built on the popular IntelliJ IDEA Java IDE, at its I/O Developer conference in May 2013. The company's pitch was very simple: This is the official Android IDE.

 

android studio 1.5

 

Given that Android Studio is only hitting 1.0 now, all the features are "new" to some extent. But Google does have specific features it wants to highlight.

 

First off, we have the First Run Setup Wizard, which was amusingly absent from a few of the release candidate builds. This "getting started" wizard now installs the Android SDK you need, sets up your development environment settings, creates an optimized emulator for testing your app, and bundles a set of code templates.

 

Download Android Studio 1.0



After months of speculations, the two latest smartphones from Google are finally here. As everything became official just a few hours ago, we have a full list of specs and a few pictures for you to enjoy.


Google Pixel 2


5-inch Cinematic full-HD (1080x1920) display with 3D Corning Gorilla Glass 5

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC

4GB of RAM

64GB/128GB internal storage

2700mAh battery

12.2-megapixel rear camera with f/1.8 aperture and optical and electronic image stabilization

8-megapixel front camera with an aperture of f/2.4

$649 for the 64GB variant and $749 for the 128GB variant


Google Pixel 2 XL


6-inch QHD+ (2880 x 1440) P-OLED at 18:9 ratio (538ppi); 3D Corning Gorilla Glass 5

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC

4GB of RAM

64GB/128GB internal storage

3520mAh battery

12.2-megapixel rear camera with f/1.8 aperture and optical and electronic image stabilization

8-megapixel front camera with an aperture of f/2.4

$849 for 64GB and $949 for 128GB



Android Oreo 8.0 along with Google lens will be powering the two devices as well. Do you like what you see? Let us know in the comments.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


play services 7


Google Play Services 7.3 is currently rolling-out with various bug fixes. If you've used Android Wear with your phone, you'd have noticed the annoying persistent notification that sits in your phone's notification drawer forever.

 

With this latest Google Play Services 7.3 update, Google has gotten rid of the notification. This means there isn't another notification sitting permanently in your notification drawer that you couldn't get rid of anymore.

 

google+

 

The update also brings an updated UI for configuring Trusted Places, the feature that allows your phone to stay unlocked in a certain location. You can now choose on a map the location instead of simply typing it out and it shows the area with a blue dotted circle on the map that is the safe zone. The update also adds a new pull-to-refresh animation in the Google+ app.

 

If you don't want to wait for the update to hit your device, Download the Official APK below. To figure out the right version of Google Play Services for your Android device, go to Settings -> Apps -> Google Play services, and look at the last 3 numbers in the parentheses. You'll see something like -XYY where X is 0 for pre-Lollipop and both 4 and 7 for Lollipop+, and YY is a specific variant id. -738 means you need the APK that has -738 and so on.

 

play services 7

 

Google Play Services 7.3.27 [APK]

 



Super Mario Run is finally here on Android and available for download from the Play Store. The registrations had been open forever, although iOS users had been enjoying the game for months since it came out last year in December. Unfair as it may seem, we are just glad that it's finally available for us Android users.


In an unexpected turn of events, Nintendo has decided to release the game a day earlier than the original intended date. Personally, I liked the game and as far as experts are concerned, no one has given it a bad rating yet. What I really liked was the fact that Nintendo has done away with the concept of micro-transactions in this one by introducing a one time pay system like the old days. You get to download it and try it out for free, but if you want to get more of Mario action, then you will need to pay for the full game. Critics have hailed the $10 price tag to be a bit too steep for a mobile game, but if you ask me, I will take a $10 price tag over an "in-app purchase" scheme any day!


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Although LG V20 was the first phone to sport Android Nougat 7.0 right out of the box, the LG G5 has only just begun to receive its first taste of Nougat since last week, when the Sprint versions began to receive it via OTA. Reports all around have confirmed that the T-Mobile version of the LG G5 has just started to receive the 1.2GB OTA file. As expected, the update package also contains the November security release.



Even though the details or the news itself has not yet been updated on the support page of T-Mobile, users on Reddit and XDA Developers Forum have revealed the build number to be NRD90U. In case you want to search for it manually, go to Settings > General > About phone > Update centre > System update > Check for update. In case it has already landed on your LG G5, we recommend using a Wi-Fi connection to download the rather large file. We are pretty sure it's more or less the same build that we saw on the LG V20.


Head over to http://forum.youmobile.org/downloads/ to find all the latest updates for your smartphone.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Motorola is getting ready for Cyber Monday and like the other players in the tech world, showing the details of deals on the website is quite useful. Currently there are three deals listed on the website and hopefully we can expect to see additional deals in the coming Monday.


To start off, the price of Moto X (2nd Gen) 64GB has been slashed by 25% to bring down the final cost to $299 from $399. You can avail this deal from within the Moto Maker, where it lets you customize the device to your preference. Hence, the price might go up depending on the level of customizations.


Motorola will also give the Moto 360 (1st Gen) at 50% discount, bringing its price down from $299 to $149. Please take a note that this model is the 1st Gen, and at Amazon, you can purchase this device with variety of models to choose from starting at about $140.


We'll say, this deal is not so enticing and definitely doesn't stand out in Cyber Monday history. Finally, those looking to own a Moto G (2nd Gen) can get one for just $99, brought down from $179.99. That's more than 40% discount on the price listed for the phone. Then again, this is the 2nd Gen model, not the 3rd Gen which can bought from Amazon for $170.

 

Via: Motorola


Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

We exclusively reported many times that Samsung was planning to update Galaxy Note 3 Neo to Android Lollipop later this year, and users has been waiting for more than 6 months now. Today, Samsung has just started rolling-out the first official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update to the Galaxy Note 3 Neo (SM-N750) to some regions as a test release.

 

Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

The update is rolling-out Over-the-air (OTA) and via KIES for these models SM-N750L , SM-N750K and SM-N750S in Korea. The same update will HIT all other regions and models in the next few weeks.

 

Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

The update OTA size is about 900MB with Android Lollipop build [5.1.1] and build date of [October 12, 2015]. Galaxy Note 3 Neo Lollipop update is packing all the usual Lollipop goodies you need, a New updated TouchWiz UI with Material Design, New lockscreen, New notifications bar, updated system apps, various bug fixes, security improvements and performance enhancements.

 

Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

Galaxy Note 3 Neo Firmware Details :
- Model Name: Galaxy Note 3
- Model: SM-N750K NEO
- Country: Korea (SKC)
- Firmware Version: N750KKTU1COJ3
- OS: Android Lollipop
- OS Version: 5.1.1
- Build Date: October 12, 2015
- Changelist: 5994065
- PDA: N750KKTU1COJ3
- CSC: N750KKTC1COJ3
DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE

 

Galaxy Note 3 Neo Firmware Details :
- Model Name: Galaxy Note 3
- Model: SM-N750S NEO
- Country: Korea (SKC)
- Firmware Version: N750SKSU1COJ3
- OS: Android Lollipop
- OS Version: 5.1.1
- Build Date: October 12, 2015
- Changelist: 5994065
- PDA: N750SKSU1COJ3
- CSC: N750SSKC1COJ3
DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE

 

Galaxy Note 3 Neo Firmware Details :
- Model Name: Galaxy Note 3
- Model: SM-N750L NEO
- Country: Korea (LUC)
- Firmware Version: N750LKLU1COJ3
- OS: Android Lollipop
- OS Version: 5.1.1
 -Build Date: October 12, 2015
- Changelist: 5994065
- PDA: N750LKLU1COJ3
- CSC: N750LLUC1COJ3
DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE

 

Don't forget to use our ODIN 3 Tutorial to learn how to manually flash the Firmware above into your Samsung device safely and easily.


Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

We exclusively reported many times that Samsung was planning to update Galaxy Note 3 Neo to Android Lollipop later this year, and users has been waiting for more than 9 months now. Today, Samsung has just started rolling-out the first official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update to the Galaxy Note 3 Neo (SM-N750) to some regions as a test release.

 

Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

The update is rolling-out Over-the-air (OTA) and via KIES for the SM-N750 model in Russia. The same update will HIT all other regions and models in the next few months.

 

Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

The update OTA size is about 950MB with Android Lollipop build [5.1.1] and build date of [November 23rd, 2015]. Galaxy Note 3 Neo Lollipop update is packing all the usual Lollipop goodies you need, a New updated TouchWiz UI with Material Design, New lockscreen, New notifications bar, updated system apps, various bug fixes, security improvements and performance enhancements.

 

Note 3 Neo Lollipop rolling-out

 

Galaxy Note 3 Neo Firmware Details :
- Model Name: Galaxy Note 3 NEO
- Model: SM-N750
- Country: Russia (SER)
- Firmware Version: N750XXUDOK5
- OS: Android Lollipop
- OS Version: 5.1.1
- Build Date: November 23, 2015
- Changelist: 6105284
- PDA: N750XXUDOK5
- CSC: N7505OXADOK2
DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE

 

Don't forget to use our ODIN 3 Tutorial to learn how to manually flash the Firmware above into your Samsung device safely and easily.




According to reports, Sprint continues to provide good news to its customers. Just earlier, they had officially started to roll out the Android M update for the Galaxy Note 5 and if that was not enough, they have also started to roll out the same update for their version of the older Galaxy Note 4 as well. It is a good gesture on Sprint's part to release both updates on the same date, showing that they have not forgotten their customers from 2014.


This update will come to your Galaxy Note 4 in a 1.4GB package and will upgrade your smartphone to Android version 6.0.1 post installation. The firmware version should also change to N910PVPU4DPC1, complete with March 1 Android Security Patch. Although one will have to wait to find out in exact details, it can be said safely that most of Android Marshmallow's improvements and added features will make it to the Note 4 as well.


Do not worry if you have not received the notification yet as this will take a bit of time before it reaches all of the smartphones in the country. Nonetheless, the official declaration confirms that all Sprint customers will get it on their Note 4. If you want to check right now, go to Settings>About device>Check for Software Update. If you see the Download Now option, tap on it and follow the instructions. If not, then just wait a while and you will be notified of the update as soon as it arrives on your phone.


Download latest Samsung Firmware


 



If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from T-Mobile, your device's update to Android Marshmallow in on its way. T-Mobile is the last major carrier in the US to update the Galaxy Note 4 as all others (including Verizon) had already released the same a while ago.
The update comes in at a hefty package of 1.5GB and therefore, we recommend the use of Wi-Fi for downloading it. After you download and install it on your SM-N910T, the build number should change to N910TUVU2EPE3 and the base Android version should upgrade to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.



Even though T-Mobile took its sweet time in updating the Note 4, we were disappointed to see that the latest Android security patches were not included (or so it appears). Nevertheless, it is definitely an improvement over the Note 4's now dated Android version and User Interface. Although you should automatically be notified about the update as soon as it arrives on your smartphone via OTA, feel free to check it out manually from Settings > About device > Software update. Even if you don't see it now, you should see it within the next few days.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


Download all the latest firmware from here





While Android 6 Marshmallow is apparently reserved only for their latest high end smartphones by Samsung, they have finally decided to roll out Android 5.1.1 updates for the Galaxy Note 3 Neo models in India. Reports of the OTA update first came in from the users and later on, Samsung confirmed the news as genuine. Check if your update has arrived yet by going into Settings>About Phone>System Update>Check for Updates.


Among the changes that this new update will bring to the Note 3 Neo's Indian variants, improvements will be seen in the notifications department as they will become easier to view and access. Before you download and install the update make sure that there is at least 3072MB of free space as specified by the update. Also, once it has finished installation, you should expect almost a gigabyte (950MB) of space to be taken up permanently by the new software installation.


With so much of emphasis on the Galaxy Note 5 and its newer dual SIM variant that was released with 32GB in-built memory for around 51,400 INR last week in India, it is good to see that some of the older and cheaper smartphones are not entirely forgotten by the Korean manufacturer.

 

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Google Now on Tap, Doze and customizable app permissions will all be available on the Galaxy Tab A soon as Samsung finally begins to roll out the much awaited Android M 6.0.1 update to the tablet. Reports from Australia earlier informed the world of this news, but we are not yet sure which other regions have started to receive the upgrade at this time. Nonetheless, we are pretty sure that wherever you are, if you own a Galaxy Tab A, you will get the update, sooner or later.


As always, it is advised that you fire up your Wi-Fi to download the huge 1.1GB package and make sure that you have enough battery before you try and install it on your Galaxy Tab A. Post the update, you should be able to see a brand new app drawer interface and your overall experience should be much smoother. Be sure to check for the update from Settings > About device > Software Update. If you have not been notified about the update by your phone or you cannot find it even after checking manually, do not worry, the update has not yet arrived on your tablet yet.

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It is now official; no more beta updates or soak tests. The much awaited update to Nougat is now en route to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The final release will hit your device anytime in between now and the next few weeks, depending on your location. Also, if your S7/S7 Edge is running on a beta build of Nougat already, you will be upgraded with a much smaller 215MB file before the regular users who are still on the stable Marshmallow build.



Surprisingly, the final version of the update is built on Nougat v7.0 and not v7.1.1 like the previous report from a reliable source had suggested. It's also unexpected to see the OTA rollout begin an entire week before the scheduled date (January 17). We are guessing that January 17 is the date on which the Nougat rollout will begin for those that were not a part of the Beta Program. As you can probably guess, that would be a much bigger file. However, that is only speculation and verified information at this point.



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Just when everyone was starting to think that the S5 Mini was forgotten and abandoned by Samsung, the device has started to receive Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow. This is good news for S5 Mini owners across Europe and if you are in the region and yet have not been prompted for the OTA update yet, don't worry, you will be soon enough. You can also check manually from Settings > About device > Software update to verify as always.


The particular model number of the S5 Mini currently being upgraded to Marshmallow is SM-G800F and the firmware version is G800FXXU1CQA1. In addition to the OS upgrade, the package also contains the SMR release for the month of January, as expected. We know that a Nougat update is what most handset owners are looking forward to nowadays, but that's never going to happen for the Galaxy S5 Mini, at least not officially anyway. Nevertheless, you should see a lot of positive changes on your device after the update like added features, better security, improvements in stability and a better battery life.


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Rejoice, because Samsung has finally decided to roll out Android Nougat for the slightly old Galaxy A5 (2016) and Galaxy A7 (2016) now. The update began rolling out first in Russia but now it's also rolling out in India reportedly. Check out the firmware in our today's list of daily firmware updates. Also visit our firmware section which has hundreds of firmware for every Samsung smartphone and tablet released yet.


This update basically brings the A5 and A7 at par with the S7 series in terms of software because it's the same interface, albeit without a few of the extra bells and whistles that Samsung endowed its 2016 flagship smartphones with. The only thing is that there has been a gap of roughly three weeks since the Russian updates were first released and now; something that makes us wonder when will the other regions be receiving the same treatment.


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The Galaxy Note 4 may not be getting Android 7.0 Nougat officially from Samsung, but the OEM is still providing regular monthly updates to the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge. While all other major US carrier variants and the unlocked versions had already received the security patch for June, AT&T wasn't there yet. Fortunately for its users, the carrier has now joined the likes of Verizon and T-Mobile by rolling out the June security patch for the Note 4.


The OTA update will come in at an ultraslim 23MB package and if you are using the Note 4 on AT&T, it should be hitting your device anytime now, if it hasn't already. Firmware version of the SMR update is N910AUCS2EQF1.


Update: It seems that the same monthly security update is also out for the Galaxy Note Edge. Firmware version for this one is N915AUCS2DQF1 and it comes in at a slightly bigger size of 27MB.


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Users of the Galaxy A5 (2016) in Netherlands were not fortunate enough to receive the Nougat update like most of Europe did months ago and just when things were starting to look particularly embarrassing for Samsung Netherlands, they have started to roll out the elusive update. Late as it may be, if you are in Netherlands and you own the neglected smartphone, this is good news for you. So start checking for the OTA package on your smartphone now.


The update is only valid for unlocked versions of the phone so if your Galaxy A5 (2016) is carrier locked, we are sorry to say that unfortunately this news doesn't concern you. The build number on the firmware is A510FXXU4CQE9 and strangely enough, it only contains the May security patch instead of the expected June SMR. Apart from upgrading your Android OS, the update will also change the overlying UI in certain areas such as the notification shade and the app icons. If you see any other changes worth mentioning, do let us know in the comments.


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The Galaxy Tab A 8.0 has already received the update and the premium Galaxy Tab S2 had received it even earlier. Unfortunately, the Galaxy Tab A 9.7 has been left unattended for a while now. The good news is that it's probably going to change very soon as Samsung will likely be dishing out Nougat to the Tab A 9.7 (SM-T550) in the coming weeks. We don't have any official confirmation regarding this but then again, when do we ever?


As is often the case with these reports, this one comes to us thanks to a leak on Wi-Fi Alliance, where the tablet was seen running on Nougat for Wi-Fi certification purposes. Any phone that is seen on the site running on a new firmware version, usually gets the firmware within the next few weeks. SamMobile is of the opinion that it should take anything between four to five weeks to be more precise, until the OTA package starts rolling out in Europe.


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Lo and Behold! Android 8.0 is here and unsurprisingly, it has been named Oreo; the name that everybody thought it would carry from day one. Those rooting for Oatmeal Cookie will have to be disappointed because Nabisco did one over you all apparently... Now to get to the useful stuff, here is a list of Samsung smartphones which will be getting the Android Oreo update for sure. Keep in mind that list can and will expand in the future as more reports come in and Samsung makes things official, but all smartphones on this list right here are almost 100% assured to get a piece of Oreo in the future.

·        Galaxy Note 8

·        Galaxy S8+

·        Galaxy S8

·        Galaxy S7 Edge

·        Galaxy S7

·        Galaxy Tab S3

·        Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition

·        Galaxy A5 (2017)

·        Galaxy A7 (2017)


The Galaxy Note 5 and the entire S6 series are also rumored to qualify for the update but that's unsure at this moment.


If you were expecting a timeline then we must disappoint you because it's way too early for that. Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


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Android Oreo 8.0 might be out and about but apart from a selected few handsets from Google itself, most smartphones are still a very long way away from receiving it. In fact, a lot of the older or low-mid range devices are yet to receive Android 7.0 Nougat from last year. The Galaxy J7 (2016) is a good example of both "older" and "low-mid range," so we are happy to report that Samsung has just started rolling out the much awaited update to Galaxy J7 (2016) smartphones in Russia. Check out the screenshot above for more details.


If you are in Russia, check to see if the update has already arrived for your smartphone. If it hasn't, it will in a few days' time. In case you are in any other location though, you may have to wait a bit longer, but then again, you never know! If you see a 0.97GB update waiting for you with the firmware version J710FXXU3BQHA in any other location outside Russia, do let us know.


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Contrary to every other place in the world, the United States of America is not a good place to buy an unlocked Samsung device if you want fast updates! In the last few years, it has been established that carrier versions will always receive the latest updates before unlocked versions in the country. We are not sure if it's a business decision, but it isn't an unlikely explanation. Nevertheless, the good news is that the unlocked S8 and the S8 + have finally started to receive the latest security patch from the OEM.


In case you are wondering, the same patch was already released previously on all major carriers which include AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, USC and Virgin Mobile USA. The 600+ MB package will arrive via OTA and the firmware version on it will be G950U1UEU1AQH3. Check to see if it has already arrived from Settings > Software Update. If it isn't there yet, just wait for a few hours and try again.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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We know it's not August anymore and we are already at the end of the first week in September, but Samsung has only just started to roll out the August security update to the Galaxy J3 (2017). As per SamMobile, the update was only making rounds in Europe a few hours ago, but if you are seeing the same update for your J3 (2017) in another region, do let us know.


The OTA update has the build number J330FXXU1AQH4 and it should be a decent sized file, given that it also carries some stability patches and general bug fixes which are specific to the Galaxy J3 (2017). Take a look at the two specific points of improvement below, as highlighted by the source.


·      1.   Improved Auto Brightness Control


·      2.  Improved PC Connection Stability


Of course, it carries all of the security patches found in the August security patch released by Samsung for its Android smartphones as well. In case you are wondering, that list includes 28 fixes from Google and 12 from the OEM.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Source: SamMobile


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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Samsung has not been able to roll out the security patch for September yet for some reason, but they have been rolling out the BlueBorne patch for all its devices sincerely. One would think that the S8 and the S8+ would be higher on the priority list, but Samsung rolled out the patch to a lot of other older and less premium handsets first. That is not necessarily a bad thing though and at the end of it all, the good news is that the patches for the S8 and the S8+ are finally here after all.


The update is a huge one at almost half a gigabyte (476.63MB) and as of now it's only rolling out in the European region (Netherlands mainly). Alongside patching the infamous BlueBorne bug, it also brings improvements to wireless charging and the navigation bar apparently.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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The Galaxy C9 Pro was Samsung's first phone with 6GB of RAM and it still continues to be one of the best high-end smartphones from Samsung in many regions. If you live in India and you own a Galaxy C9 Pro, we have good news for you because the handset has just started to receive Nougat 7.1.1 from the OEM. Post the download and installation, your interactions with the phone should become much smoother, as is the case with all devices that got upgraded to Samsung Experience 8.5 UI, along with Nougat.


Have you received the update yet? If you have, do let us know about your experiences with it so far in the comments. If you haven't though, don't worry because you will in a few days. Updates are rolled out in batches and unless your phone belongs to the first batch, it may take a few days to arrive. Although you can always check for the OTA package manually from the settings menu, you don't really need to because you will get the notification automatically.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Via: SamMobile


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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Samsung has not exactly been very orderly with their updates recently and if their schedule for rolling out last month's security patch is any sign of things to come, then the company might be reverting back to their old infamous routine where they released security patches and Android updates later than a top tier manufacturer should. Nevertheless, you should check your Galaxy S8 and S8+ if you live in India for the October security patch because starting 13 November, it did start rolling out to the two models in the region. Firmware version for the update is G955FXXU1AQJ5 for the Galaxy S8+ and G950FXXU1AQJ5 for the Galaxy S8. Both are exactly 492.74MB in size so get ready to hook it up to your Wi-Fi!


This delay comes in right after Samsung decided to skip the September security patch altogether. Although it's worth remembering that they did patch the BlueBorne security threat in time, which was probably the reason why they could not release the September security patch. Nevertheless, that still doesn't explain why Samsung's flagship handsets are receiving the October patch in the middle of November!


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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The Galaxy S8 was actually one of the last handsets in Samsung's elite line-up to receive the security patch for October, so we were not sure when the handset would be receiving the November patch. The good news is that the update is now rolling out to the S8 and S8+ handsets across Netherlands.


If you own a Galaxy S8, firmware version G950FXXU1AQK7 should be heading for your S8 any time now, provided you are in the Netherlands or at least in Europe! The Galaxy S8+ is also receiving the same update in the region, but in the form of firmware version G955FXXXU1AQK7. Both updates are quite big as it turns out and weigh in at roughly 545MB. Aside from the usual 61 fixes that this month's Google patch brings to all devices running on Android, this update will also address the Krack W-Fi vulnerability and make Bluetooth connections with device more stable. In case you are wondering when the S8 will start receiving the same update in your location, it's probably going to take a week at most.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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