Samsung News

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (SM-N950F) gets its first Android Pie (9.0.0) update

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Samsung has released a new update for their SM-N950F phone model. The update is available for ORX & BGL regions. Both regions are included in one multi-CSC list called "OXM". You may install the update if your region is also included.


Samsung has released a new build for their SM-G960F/SM-G965F models — covers many fixes.



SAMFREW.com is the first to serve the latest update G960FXXU2CSB3 & G965FXXU2CSB3 for Galaxy S9/Plus. Software update is currently available to DBT region (Germany), however Samsung is going to roll out these versions to over than 200+ regions. The image has the latest changelist #15367606 which is built on 08-Feb.


Android Pie for Galaxy Note9 - SM-N960F

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Another day, another update. Samsung has released the new update for Galaxy Note9 - SM-N960F. Incremental version is N960FXXU2CSA2. This is the first Android Pie that come available to this model. CSC version is N960FOXM2CSA2. The firmware image has been built on 2019-01-07 and includes changelist 15135523. Update covers the following changes...


First Android 9.0 (Pie) is now available to download

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Samsung has started rolling out new update for its SM-G960F — Galaxy S9 and SM-G965F — Galaxy S9 Plus. Version incremental for the firmwares are G960FXXU2CRLI and G965FXXU2CRLI respectively. New User Interface, new Samsung Keyboard and many other improvements worth the upgrade. Check it out!


Samsung Pay Will Become Available in South Africa

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Samsung Pay is expanding its horizons and it will become available in South Africa in the beginning of summer 2018. This payment service is really comfortable and easy, that’s why it is widely used in many countries all over the world. Now, it is a high time for South Africans to appreciate advantages of this service. More than that, many users find Samsung Pay really fast and useful; it is one more reason why they give preference to handsets from a Korean giant. Samsung knows about a really high potential of its service that’s why it is trying to make it even more popular.


New Images of Galaxy A6 and A6+

Galaxy A6 plus

It is not a secret that Samsung is going to expand it’s A lineup of devices and to add two more Smartphones, they will be Galaxy A6 and A6+. One could find renders of fresh devices that appeared in the net around seven days ago. Now, all fans of devices from Samsung can find fresh renders of A6 and A6+. Images confirm rumors we have already heard about a future design of Smartphones.


Oreo for Galaxy S7 Will Be Released in a Month

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Owners of Galaxy S7 are impatiently waiting for an update that will bring Oreo 8.0. It has to happen in the nearest future, but if to trust an official site of a Korean giant, a fresh update will not appear earlier than one month.  So, cross fingers and wait till the middle of May.


Useful Features of an Edge Screen on Galaxy S6

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When a Korean giant released Galaxy S6 with the dual-curve screen, clients were a little bit skeptical about a new device and utility of the new feature. At first an Edge Screen on Galaxy S6 was not really functional, but after three years of updating, a Korean company added some interesting features.


Bluetooth Certification for Galaxy J4

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Fans of Samsung devices are impatiently waiting for new Smartphones from a Korean company, they will have to be fresh Galaxy J4 and J7 that will see the world in the end of 2018. Both Smartphones got Wi-Fi certification in the beginning of April, it means that they will be launched really soon. Bluetooth certification contains a name of a device- 2018 Galaxy J4. It seems that a Korean giant will put a year in a name of the future handset.


Misunderstanding with Fresh Update for Galaxy S7 from Verizon

Galaxy S7

Owners of Galaxy S7 Smartphones in North America were waiting for a new update from Verizon. It had to be Android Oreo 8.0. Verizon provided information on the support pages that a fresh update will contain this month’s security patch and Oreo 8.0.  Maybe, a carrier hurried a little bit to provide details about a fresh update.