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Samsung Galaxy Note 20: Everything we know so far (Updated: July 10)

Credit: Kris Carlon / Android Authority Update, July 10, 2020 (05:10 PM ET): We’ve updated the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series rumor hub with a leaked hands-on video, a confirmed release date, information about expected pricing, and a whole lot more! Original article, April 17, 2020 (5:44 PM ET): Samsung’s Galaxy Note series has long been the preferred choice for Android power users. The Galaxy S line, on the other hand, has traditionally appealed more to the masses. Samsung changed that up a bit recently with the “power user lite” An apparently leaked Galaxy Note 20 render. The alleged Galaxy Note 20 Plus (or Ultra) render Note that the curved displays of the Galaxy Note 10 series are dialed way back here. We expect A render from Samsung Ukraine. Another look at the Note 20 Ultra, via Samsung Ukraine. The images confirm a distinctive rear camera housing seen in previous unofficial renders, featuring a vertically stacked arrangement with prominent lenses. It also seems like the bottom camera might be a periscope shooter, enabling long-range zoom shots. Most recently, we saw suggests the Samsung Galaxy Note 20’s battery capacity will start at 4,300mAh. This would be larger than the standard Galaxy Note 10’s 3,500mAh battery. If this is the case, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus/Ultra should at least feature at least a 4,500mAh battery, but we hope to see...

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Save $70 on the Garmin Vivomove HR Sport, and more top smartwatch deals

A smartwatch is one of the most convenient pieces of technology that you can have on hand (well, on your wrist). However, not every smartwatch is created equally. Some, like As we’ve made clear, if you’re looking for a new fitness tracker, one name near the top of your list should be You’ll probably already know that the If you’re loyal to Samsung, there are still savings to be made. You can keep all of your tech in the same family as your Galaxy phone with the Galaxy Watch Active. As the Active name might suggest, it’s a fitness-focused smartwatch with a minimalist design. You can check out good deals on the Galaxy Watch Active and Active 2 below. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active Send your fitness to another galaxy with Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active. Between the lightweight design and the silicone band, you just might forget that you’re wearing it. $164.99 at Amazon Save $35 .00 Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 The latest in Samsung’s line of smartwatches, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 features a circular display with a touch bezel. It also tracks your activities, such as cycling, running, swimming, and more. It even features Samsung Pay, which you can use with regular and NFC-enabled card readers. $229.99 at Amazon Save $50 .00 You can also learn a little bit more in our reviews of the Watch Active...

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The most notable new Android 11 features we’ve found so far (Updated: July 10)

Credit: Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority Update, July 10, 2020 (04:30 PM ET): There have been a few new discoveries in Android 11 beta 2 having to do with the new power menu features as well as the screenshot markup tool. Unfortunately, Google also confirmed that scrolling screenshots are not coming to Android 11. Original article: The very first , this is actually a feature OEMs such as Samsung have already integrated on their own, but now it will be baked right into Android. Enhanced one-time permissions: You know how in Android 10 you can tell apps to grab your location, microphone, or camera data only while the app is open? Now, the OS can let you approve those permissions just a single time and will revoke the permission later. Features Android 11 hints at Credit: Ryan-Thomas Shaw / Android Authority Scrolling screenshots could be coming: It’s not active in the second Android 11 beta, but it looks like Google will finally bring scrolling screenshot support to Android! Update: Google confirmed in a Reddit AMA that this feature will not be coming to Android 11. Reverse wireless charging for Pixel 5? In Android 11’s settings, you’ll find a feature called Battery Share. This could mean Google is prepping reverse wireless charging for the Pixel 5. Multi-colored Quick Settings icons: Through some ADB commands, it turns out you can change the colors of individual...

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The Banter Bros – The TouchArcade Show #452

In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show we dig into some listener emails and debate how acceptable our off-topic banter is. Are you on Team Banter or Team No Banter? Surprisingly, a lot of people seem to enjoy when we go off the rails! We then get things back on track and dig into the iOS gaming news of both this week and last week, since we missed a show due to the 4th of July holiday last Friday. Don’t forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to We read ’em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below… And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated! As a companion to this audio podcast, we also do a video version of the same show that is exclusive to Patreon which allows you to see us playing the games we’re talking about. Backers can view the most recent video episodes of the TouchArcade show by clicking here. Be sure you’re logged in to see the latest content. For everyone else who is curious, you can check out our public patreon posts to see older episodes of the video podcast. If you like what you see, consider becoming a...

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TouchArcade Game of the Week: ‘Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales’

The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn’t necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game in a review, the game with the best graphics, or really any other quantifiable “best” thing. Instead, it’s more just us picking out the single game out of the week’s releases that we think is the most noteworthy, surprising, interesting, or really any other hard to describe quality that makes it worth having if you were just going to pick up one. These picks might be controversial, and that’s OK. If you disagree with what we’ve chosen, let’s try to use the comments of these articles to have conversations about what game is your game of the week and why. Without further ado…   Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Some of my favorite games on mobile are ones that seemingly appear out of nowhere, and that is the case with the surprise iOS release of Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales ($9.99) from CD Projekt Red this week. This is a spin-off game of the larger Witcher franchise, which many people probably know from the most recent game in the mainline series The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt...

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