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Samsung wants beta testers to know it will try hard to distribute official Oreo updates for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ this month. Further down the line, T-Mo's J7 Prime and Galaxy Tab E will also get Android 8.0.
Priced at $150 on-contract, and $250 outright, the "new" Samsung Galaxy Tab E on Verizon stands out with pre-loaded Android 7.1... and not much else.
A few gadgets are already on special sale at Samsung's official US e-store, with many other Black Friday deals coming November 19 and 23.
Hurry, and the LG G Pad X or Samsung Galaxy Tab E can be yours free of charge from T-Mobile. Or you can wait for free Tuesdays pizza. Or get both.
Best Buy pulls the trigger on a number of Black Friday mobile deals today, selling the Verizon prepaid Moto G4 Play, for instance, at $50.
Magenta Friday is the new Black Friday, although T-Mobile plans to offer big savings on a number of mobile products next week also.
HTC and LG phones are also on the discount block while a whole bunch of accessories from loud cans to a Star Wars ball are getting the spotlight.
Samsung has numerous Black Friday discounts up its sleeve on phones, tablets and wearables stateside, but nothing on the Galaxy S7.
You have options for a free Galaxy Note 7 with your Galaxy Note 7 or a Gear S2 smartwatch. Top it all off with a 99-cent Galaxy Tab E.
Interested in a large but reasonably portable Samsung slate to go with your new Galaxy phone? The Galaxy Tab E 9.6 can be yours free of charge on Sprint.
If you're not reading this on July 1 and didn't get to take $350 off the Galaxy S6 edge, you've got a whole July 4th weekend of savings at T-Mobile.
Somewhat surprisingly and relatively timely, Verizon and Samsung join hands to send over-the-air Android Marshmallow to the Big Red-locked Galaxy Tab E 8.0.
The budget-conscious Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0 is only a couple of days away from an AT&T commercial debut, with a Tab 4 10.1 Advanced not far behind.
If benchmark records are to be trusted, this year's 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A will sport a sharp Full HD display and pack an octa-core Exynos SoC.
Behold the lackluster upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2016) and Galaxy Tab E 7.0 in high-quality, press-friendly form.
A budget-friendly Samsung slate set to go official at MWC or later has had its looks and specs revealed, and it's hardly a knockout.
There are no less than four low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy Tab E models ready for US launches, apparently, including the Tab E 8, Tab E 7, and Tab E Lite.
It's not all about the Galaxy S7. A number of new Samsung Galaxy Tab E models are also reportedly in the works, including a Kids Edition.
The 9.6-inch Galaxy Tab E Nook is the third fruit of Samsung and Barnes & Noble's collaboration, going for $250 with deeply forked Android software.
The cost-conscious 9.6-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab E has officially joined Verizon's LTE-capable roster with Lollipop software treats in tow.
Did Samsung cut too many corners with the new Galaxy Tab E in the hopes of keeping costs down?