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  • Samsung is working on a Bixby-powered smart speaker

    Samsung Mobile’s President has confirmed the company is working on a smart speaker.

    Alongside launching the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung’s President, DJ Koh, has confirmed the company is developing a smart speaker to compete with the Amazon Echo series, the Google Home and Apple’s upcoming HomePod. The system will be powered by Samsung’s Bixby personal assistant.

    CNBC reports the device is under active development, with DJ Koh stating, “Maybe soon we will announce it. I am already working on it.” Alongside working with the Galaxy line of smartphones, the speaker will assuredly work with Samsung’s Tizen-based watches, smart TV’s and (ugh) smart refrigerators. It’s also easy to presume the speaker will be compatible with Samsung’s SmartThings ecosystem.

    Would you be interested in a Bixby-powered speaker? Let us know down below!

    Learn more about Bixby!

  • Samsung offering up to $425 off the Galaxy Note 8 to those who had a Note 7

    Owners of the ill-fated Note 7 will be able to get the Note 8 at a discount.

    The Galaxy Note 7, to keep things short, had an interesting life. After being recalled twice, the phone was reborn earlier this year as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition. Now, people in the U.S. who owned Samsung’s late-2016 flagship will have a reason to celebrate that phone’s short life — at least now.

    Samsung is tweaking its typical phone trade-in discount for former Note 7 owners moving to a Note 8, giving them extra trade-in value up to a total of $425 toward the new phone. As we’ve seen with the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the trade-in phone could be just about anything recently released, with the actual discount received dependent on the make and condition of the phone being traded in.

    Given how expensive the Note 8 is, that’ll go a long way toward the cost of the new phone. This isn’t a particularly unique discount considering it’s done very similar offers for previous phones, but tossing a few extra dolla…

  • Verizon buyer’s guide: Everything you need to know

    Which Verizon plan fits your needs best?

    Verizon Wireless is the largest wireless carrier in the U.S. with over 145 million subscribers. It offers nationwide Voice and LTE data coverage on its network, using GSM, LTE, and CDMA technology.

    Verizon offers unlimited talk and text wireless plans for individuals and families and it has deals on the latest smartphone, including the Samsung Galaxy S8. If you’re thinking of switching to Verizon or you’re about to renew your plan, you might be wondering which plan best suits your usage habits and needs on a monthly basis. Do you really need unlimited data? Are you signing up for multiple lines?


    If you have questions about which Verizon plan is best for you, we have answers. Check these out and see if they work for you.

    Talk, text and data plans
    Best unlimited plan
    Best Verizon phones
    How to cancel Verizon
    How to unlock a Verizon Wireless phone
    Finding an alternative carrier that uses Verizon’s service

    Individual plans…

  • The Task Master watch face puts your calendar front and center

    It’s getting harder to do something new with Android Wear watch faces, but that doesn’t mean you can’t improve on what’s already been done. Case in point: the new Task Master watch face shows calendar appointments on your wearable, but it does so bett…

  • Android Oreo’s mascot is a woman

    But you’d have no idea unless you read the marketing material behind the superhero cookie.

    There is plenty of other Android news we could be talking about this week. I was initially going to write about Allo on the desktop, and how it’s effectively changed the way I communicate with my friends. But it hasn’t changed anything; my parents are stuck on using WhatsApp, everyone else is an iPhone-using iMessage-lover, and I’m still the Green Bubble in their lives.

    Did you know that Android Oreo’s superhero mascot is a woman?

    And then I got a message from my All About Android co-host, Jason Howell, on Allo. Did you know that Android Oreo’s new superhero mascot is actually a woman? I had no idea — I didn’t see the Oreo halo surrounding her face as a head of hair. I thought it was a shield! Look at the way the artists depict her arms and legs, too; she’s kind of wearing Sailor Scout gear, a la Sailor Moon, and the Sailor Senshi.

    None of the Android Oreo announcements I’d re…

  • Opinion: The Galaxy Note8 is the beginning of the end of the Note – at least as we knew it

    The Galaxy Note8 is, by all accounts, a perfectly competent high-end smartphone from a trusted smartphone brand. Samsung will sell millions of Note8s to Note fans the world over, which will amass Samsung a not-inconsequential pile of money, having mad…

  • Here’s what the Galaxy Note 8 means for your VR experience

    A new Galaxy Note means more power for VR users, but it also means a tiny sacrifice.

    Samsung has made the Galaxy Note 8 officially official, and that means there are at least a couple of folks out there wondering what upgrading to this new phone means for your existing experiences. If you have a Galaxy S7, is this the big upgrade you’ve been hoping for? Our friends at Android Central have been breaking down all of the reasons to consider an upgrade from a smartphone perspective, but if you’re passionate about the Gear VR or Daydream experiences that your current phone is capable of there’s a few things you need to know about this new Note.

    Read more at VRHeads!

  • What color Galaxy Note 8 should you buy: Black, grey, gold or blue?

    So you’re going to get a Galaxy Note 8 — but what color do you choose?

    It’s the question so many people will be asking themselves as the Galaxy Note 8 hits store shelves. Which of the available colors is “best” for me? Well we can’t make up your mind for you, but we can offer looks at each of the four colors of the Galaxy Note 8, all side-by-side, and talk about a few of each one’s characteristics.

    Hopefully with that extra info and some pretty pictures, you’ll have the knowledge you need to make a call on which one is the right color for you.

    Galaxy Note 8 in Midnight Black

    You can never go wrong releasing a black phone. Just like the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the “Midnight Black” Note 8 is black on black from the screen bezels to the metal surround to the back glass. It’s glossy all around, and at a glance it’s actually tough to differentiate between the high gloss metal and the glass on either side.

    Who is it for?

    If you’re not sure about what color you want to get, black …

  • The Essential Galaxy Note 8 podcast

    Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Michael Fisher sequester in a New York City hotel to talk about the newly released Essential Phone—and after months of rumors, leaks, and speculation, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is here!

    Sit back and relax for this one — it’s a little long, a little rough, and a little drunk. And a lot good.

    Show Notes and Links:

    Essential Phone review
    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 hands-on preview is official
    MrMobile’s Galaxy Note 8 hands-on video
    Podcast MP3 URL: http://traffic.libsyn.com/androidcentral/androidcentral349.mp3…

  • Monument Valley 2 is up for pre-registration in the Play Store

    The original Monument Valley launched in 2014 and immediately captured everyone’s attention with its impossible Escher-esque world of forced perspective and intuitive touch controls. There have been a few add-ons to the game since then, but now a true sequel is about to launch on Android—Monument Valley 2 is live for pre-registration on the Play Store.

    Like the original, Monument Valley 2 is a puzzler with numerous imaginative landscapes and structures that are themselves the puzzles.

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    Monument Valley 2 is up for pre-registration in the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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