US carriers drop Samsung Galaxy A32, a best seller
The Galaxy A32 5G is one of the best-selling Samsung phones in several markets, which has been recently dropped by some US carriers such as T-Mobile and AT&T. The reason behind stopping Galaxy A32 smartphone sales is unclear at the moment, while carriers have not even brought a better replacement.
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At mid-range pricing of $279.99, the Galaxy A32 offered the cheapest 5G functionality, solid performance as well as a long-lasting battery. Therefore, it’s odd to see the US carriers have ditched the Galaxy A32 5G from their platforms (reports PGMag) just within 18 months of its initial launch.
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Should AT&T and T-Mobile bring A33 5G?
A few months ago, Samsung launched the Galaxy A33 5G smartphone at the Awesome Unpacked event, which offers sparkling Android upgrade support for up to three years alongside four years of regular security patches. This device has not yet been listed by T-Mobile and AT&T carriers in the US.
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Aside from the Galaxy A32 5G, both of the carriers are offering the Galaxy A13 5G and Galaxy A53 5G smartphones with a price tag of about $250 and $450, respectively. In case you want to purchase a mid-range 5G phone in the US, we recommend you should wait a little bit as the company is likely to bring the Galaxy A33 5G soon.
Galaxy A33 5G Specs
Last year, Samsung announced the Galaxy A32 5G as its cheapest 5G smartphone in 2021. It came pre-loaded with the Android 11-based One UI 3.1, while later on upgraded to the Android 12-based One UI 4.1. The device is still eligible for another OS upgrade which will be the Android 13-based One UI 5.0.
Samsung remembers Galaxy Note line, thanked fans!
Samsung thanked the community that has loved the Galaxy Note series for more than a decade and held an event to show how the lineup evolved. The company’s main motive is to let consumers know that their beloved Note is now known as S Ultra, starting with S22 Ultra.
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The South Korean tech giant brought Galaxy S23 Experience Space with many exciting creative experiences with the latest flagships. Notably, the event “Note Continues to Power” took place on the evening of March 23 exclusively for the Note Fan community.
To thank the Samsung user community and especially the followers of the Galaxy Note series, the company brought many interesting and meaningful experiences and interactions to look back together at memorable milestones in the journey of over a decade since the launch of the original Note.
Galaxy Note evolution
Samsung established a space where attendees can look back on the evolution of the legendary Note line, see firsthand the shape, and review the highlights in each product of the Galaxy Note generations and how the Galaxy S23 Ultra perfect continuation of that decade of power.
Interactive space for S Pen lovers
Here, visitors can show off their imaginations to fly, when creating creatures from the ocean. Then, the technology from Samsung brings those creatures to life, in full color, and can interact directly with the person who drew them with the latest S Pen on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Furthermore, the event also had a Gaming Experience and Selfie spaces with the S Pen and a display area for the latest devices of the Galaxy ecosystem, waiting for attendees to come and enjoy. can be felt most intuitively and vividly.
Samsung Galaxy A54 and A34 now available in South Africa, A24 coming May
In mid-March, Samsung launched the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34, which are now up for purchase in South Africa. At the same time, the company confirmed that another mid-range – Galaxy A24 – will be available for purchase in May 2023.
Samsung revealed that the Galaxy A54 and A34 are now available in South Africa in two color options including Awesome Graphite and Awesome Lime. In addition, the LTE variant of the Galaxy A14 also goes official in the country, which is a budget device.
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The new Galaxy A54 and A34 smartphones come with a brighter display, more advanced cameras, and longer battery life than previous models. At comparatively affordable pricing, the new Galaxy A-series phones deliver outstanding mobile technology.
Both new mid-range phones deliver stunning images with clear quality even in bright conditions, making use of Samsung Galaxy’s incredible Nightography and AI capabilities. The Galaxy A54 brings a 50-megapixel rear primary camera along with a 32-megapixel selfie snapper.
The device boasts a whopping 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 1TB with an optional microSD card. The A34 brings a 48-megapixel rear primary camera and packs 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage.
With software support of up to four generations of OS upgrades and five years of security updates, users can keep these devices longer. Moreover, the 120Hz refresh rate ensures you will have a smoother experience while using the A54 or A34.
“Cutting-edge mobile experiences are increasingly essential to everyday life. With continuous enhancements to the Galaxy A series, we are ensuring that more people around the world can access our transformative innovations.” – TM Roh, head of Samsung MX.
Google launches Nearby Share for Windows: Download, guide to use
Google has now officially launched the Nearby Share Beta for Windows PCs. Using the latest software, you can send and receive photos, documents, and more between nearby Android devices and Windows PCs. It makes Nearby Share a direct competitor to Samsung’s Quick Share, which offers the same features.
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According to Google, Nearby Share Beta for Windows is crafted with safety and privacy in mind. Thankfully, Nearby Share for Windows allows you to control who can discover your device and send files, whether it’s everyone, only your friends and family, or just your own devices.
Now, it’s easy to transfer your files straight to your PC whether you want to edit your photos on a larger screen or organize your digital folders. Securely transfer photos, videos, documents, and more straight to your PC. You can even send entire folders with just a few taps including the drag-and-drop function.
The feature is already available on all Android phones running Android 6 or later. However, you will need to download and install the Nearby Share Beta app on your Windows PC. Once it’s ready, you simply need to make sure it’s visible to your Android device, then start sharing.
How to setup.
- Get the app (links below).
- Download the app, then install it to your Windows PC.
- Set preferences.
- Sign into your Google account and set your Device Visibility preferences to choose who can share with you.
- Start sharing.
- Send and receive content effortlessly across your Android device and Windows PC.
- For Windows computers running a 64-bit version of Windows 10 and up.
- Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
- ARM devices not supported.
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