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The 5G revolution has begun, and America's big wireless carriers are all jockeying for position to tout their initial efforts. T-Mobile is hoping to get a leg-up on the competition with today's announcement that its nationwide 5G network is now operational a few days ahead of schedule. While AT&T and Verizon are both using mmWave technology, which only provides spotty coverage outdoors when close to a transmitter, T-Mobile is using its 600MHz spectrum to deliver 5G coverage. As a result, T-Mobile can cover more people at greater distances. T-Mobile's 5G speeds at this point, however, are closer to that of 4G LTE than the 1Gbps transfers that you can see in optimal conditions... Read more...
After initially launching its 5G network for business customers, AT&T is making it available for is "regular" customers. For those looking to be early adopters on AT&T's network, you can now preorder the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G  with an AT&T installment plan. AT&T will offer the smartphone in two colors, including Aura Glow and Aura Black. The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will come in a version with 256GB of storage or a version with 512GB of storage. The 256GB version will sell for $1,299 at full retail price or $43.34 monthly on the installment plan. The version with 512GB of storage isn't much more expensive at $1,399.99 full retail or $46.67 monthly. Even though the smartphone... Read more...
AMD just announced that its Ryzen 9 3950X will be shipping on November 25th priced at $749, and now the company is giving us some early details on its third-generation Ryzen Threadripper HEDT processors that are on the way. As we reported yesterday, the first two members of the family are the Threadripper 3960X and the Threadripper 3970X.  Like the "lesser" third-generation Ryzen 3000 processors, these new Threadripper processors are built on 7nm Zen 2 architecture and include all of the performance, security, and feature benefits (including PCIe 4.0 support). Both the Threadripper 3960X and 3970X use the new sTRX4 socket, which AMD says offers improved scalability, and... Read more...
Do-it-yourself electronics repair (as is a consumer's right) is sometimes tricky business, especially with today's devices trending towards increasingly complex and precise designs that are difficult to crack into and muck around. If you were hoping Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10+ 5G would be an exception, prepare for disappointment. A teardown analysis of the flagship phablet reveals how difficult it is to perform a DIY repair on this handset. There were some positive surprises hidden within the guts of the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G as well, and we will cover those in a moment. First, however, let's talk about the process of opening one of these suckers up. As has become common practice, a heat gun and... Read more...
It will not be too terribly long before Samsung officially introduces its Galaxy Note 10 lineup, presumably with similar hardware to its existing Galaxy S10 family. We are also expecting that one of the models will include a 5G radio. As for what that particular handset will look like, some new renders potentially give us an idea. Before we get to that, let's talk a bit about the Galaxy Note 10, and our expectations. The Galaxy Note series is a flagship product line, and as such, the next-gen lineup will most likely roll off the lot with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor in tow for the US models, and a Exynos 9820 chip for most of the international variants. It has also been rumored that the... Read more...
Released around a year ago, the Galaxy Note 9 (shown above) is still an excellent smartphone, though technology moves at a frenetic pace. Both the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (US models) and Samsung's own Exynos 9810 (most international models) are last-generation processors, supplanted by the Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9820, respectively. It is expected that the Galaxy Note 10 will leverage the latest and greatest system-on-chip (SoC) silicon that Qualcomm and Samsung have to offer, but there might also be a SKU with an burlier processor. Based on previous leaks and rumors, what we know so far about the Galaxy Note 10 is that it will ship in two display sizes, which would be a first for the Galaxy... Read more...
When Samsung launched its Galaxy S10 family of smartphones in late February, it introduced no less than four variants (Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10 5G). All four models vary in screen sizes, features and most importantly, price. With the release of the Galaxy Note 10, it appears that Samsung wants to introduce two distinct versions to give customers more choice. According to a fresh report from South Korean publication ETNews, the Galaxy Note 10 will be available in both 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch display sizes. The smaller variant would slot in between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ in size, while the larger variant’s display would outsize... Read more...