Recent discoveries suggest the phone might not be totally covered in glass.
The phone is available through Samsung’s website and Best Buy unlocked, while AT&T and Sprint have carrier-specific models.
Now, the phones start at $599 instead of $749.
The partnership may introduce even more experiences in the future.
The buds cost $149, $20 more than the original Galaxy Buds.
The company’s big three new phones are official.
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Things kick off today at 2 p.m. ET!
Because leaks are cool.
Not much is shown, but you can watch it flip.
A majority of users getting the software are on Xfinity Mobile.
Plus, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip design is no longer a secret.
Plus, more details on the phone’s specs and pricing have leaked.
Plus, Google schedules I/O 2020 for May 12th-14th in Mountain View.
“Samsung Ultra Thin Glass.”
Plus, Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Plus gets detailed in new report.
Plus, OnePlus says its next phone will ship with a 120Hz screen.
Another roundup of stories from inside the Consumer Electronics Show.
Some of the biggest stories out of CES so far!
A high-end Chrome OS 2-in-1 for $999 was just shown off at CES 2020.
Welcome to my last pre-CES Wiretapped newsletter.
We could also get a new Galaxy Fold 2.
Plus, Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy Note 10 has appeared in real-life images.
Plus, Samsung’s next foldable phone might have just leaked.
Plus, Instagram now lets you create ‘layouts’ in Stories.
Plus, Apple partners with ABC for 2020 election coverage.
No idea when it’s reaching the States. Sorry.
It isn’t clear when the patch will be available or where it’ll roll out to.
Starting Friday, you’ll be able to buy one of the first foldable smartphones ever.
Today’s a rather important day for foldable phones. After it got delayed earlier this year with pre-orderers left hanging high and dry, Samsung has finally