Samsung Launches Galaxy A10s, A20s and A30s for New Smartphone Generation

With upgraded essential features, made even more powerful Lagos, Nigeria – 17 October, 2019 –  Samsung unveiled new members of the Galaxy A Series smartphones – the Galaxy A10s, A20s and A30s. These new devices offer upgrades to essential features, made even more powerful with more value for the new smartphones generation. “As a global technology leader, we are committed to providing meaningful innovations to our consumers. Galaxy A10s, A20s and A30s have been developed for young Africans who are looking for a great display, superior camera, long-lasting battery and…

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Galaxy A20s – Samsung wants a space in every pocket

Samsung’s budget phones are now finally worth your attention. Earlier this year Samsung launched the Galaxy A10 to A80 series smartphones and I reviewed two of those smartphones the A20 and the A70. And I thought they were great smartphones considering their price. Today I have the Samsung Galaxy A20s and I’ll be giving my thoughts on the second iteration of the quite popular A20 series. First let’s get the specifications out of the way. You’ve got a smartphone with a 6.5 inch 720p Infinity V IPS LCD screen that…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus – Review

So you may not realize how good the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are until you’ve held and used either of them. Then you begin to see that a lot of the negative things said about the phones just fades away. I know this is true because a good number of the reviewers who bashed this phone before having a hands on experience completely changed their narrative after owning the device. In the box you’ve got the device, a USB C to USB C Data Cable, A travel…

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5 tips to help you choose the best smartphone for you

Buying a new smartphone is exciting for everyone and one thing no one wants to fall a victim of is ending up with a wrong device choice. I mean picking a device that you end up hating. So in this article, I’ll be giving you five solid points to consider before buying your next smartphone. So get your writing pen and notepads out and let’s begin. We’ve probably all experienced buying something you thought was a designer t-shirt. Take an Adidas T-Shirt for instance and later found out you actually…

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Samsung Galaxy A20 Review. Is It Worth It?

At this point, Samsung has already established that its 2019 A-series Smartphones will represent its entry-level and mid-range offerings and one of them is the Samsung Galaxy A20. Priced at N54,500, is this phone worth considering, given the competition? The Galaxy A20 shares the design language of its other A-series siblings, in fact it looks exactly like the A30 and both phone can literally share the same case. It’s got a glossy poly-carbonate material which Samsung calls Glastic (and basically, this is a plastic material which looks like glass). It…

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Tecno Phantom 8 vs Samsung Galaxy S8 (Battle of the Flagships)

The Tecno Phantom 8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 are both Flagship devices from their respective brands, and both phones are quite impressive given the specs they come with. Sporting great designs, both phone are quite the looker. Using these devices on a daily, i have had people walk up to me just to know what phone i was using. With regards to specifications, the Tecno Phantom 8 comes with a MediaTek Helio P25 Octa-Core Processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of Internal Storage expandable to 1TB via micro SD card,…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Review (Video)

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is Big, Bold and Beautiful and is a come-back from last years Note 7 that had a lot of issues with its battery. This device is sort of a redemption for Samsung and hopes to put the Note series back on the Smartphone Throne. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – Display, Design & Build The Galaxy Note 8 sports a huge 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super Amoled display. Its resolution is 2960 x 1440 pixels which amounts to a whopping 522 ppi (Pixels per Inch). The Galaxy…

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How to move apps to your SD Card (Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+)

There are many reasons why a phone owner would want to move their apps to an SD Card. This may range from wanting to create more space on the internal storage of the device or simply wanting to be able to discard the SD Card in the case of security and privacy issues. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ both come with default storage spaces of 64GB which is seemingly more than enough for most users. But we still have those who want to have their apps moved to the SD…

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