When Android Marshmallow was launched back in 2015, it introduced a feature that dramatically improved the user experience for many, myself included: adoptable storage. When you first introduce a new microSD card on an Android Marshmallow (or higher) device with adoptable storage enabled, the system will ask if you want to use it as portable
If you’re holding on to your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note 8, Samsung’s got your back.
While the center of attention of yesterday’s Samsung Developer Conference was Samsung’s Infinity Flex technology on their foldable smartphone, Samsung also took to the stage to officially present “One UI“, a re-imagining of their design language which is coming with the Android Pie update on the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 9. There was
Samsung’s Galaxy S and Galaxy Note continue to be the de facto Android experience for millions of people around the globe, remaining the best selling phones among casual crowds and a preferred option among enthusiasts as well. While the devices have been a bit predictable for a while, there’s no arguing that they’re incredibly competent products
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android Pie update is still weeks away, but we already know quite a bit about the new operating system. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 was among the first to Android Oreo, but it won’t be first to Samsung’s upcoming Android 9.0 Pie update. The Galaxy Note 8 is no longer a […]