Samsung Galaxy A14 4G and Tab S7 FE Received Android 14 update

Samsung has a new update ready for the Galaxy A14 4G and the Galaxy Tab S7 FE. The update installs Android 14 along with the One UI 6 shell and brings several new features.

Samsung has already rolled out the Android 14 update to many smartphones and tablets, including the 5G version of the Galaxy A14. However, people with a Galaxy A14 4G and Galaxy Tab S7 SE had to be patient a little longer, but Samsung is now also rolling out the latest version of Android to these devices. The Android 14 update comes together with the One UI 6 shell, which brings a new interface. This interface uses a new font, a new Quick panel, a more extensive lock screen and new widgets.

The update is approximately 2GB in size and is now rolling out to the unbranded Galaxy A14 4G, the Tab S7 FE Wi-Fi and the Tab S7 FE 5G. People who bought their device from a provider will have to wait a little longer, but this should not be much longer than a few days to a few weeks. If you have not yet received a notification, you can manually check for updates on the device via “” -> “” -> ““.

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Already available for download: the wallpapers of the Samsung Galaxy S24

The brand new Samsung Galaxy S24 will soon be available in stores. With the official wallpapers, which you can download here, you get a touch of the flagship on your own phone.

Download the Samsung Galaxy S24 wallpapers

Android enthusiasts have been looking forward to the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S24 for a while and this week the time had finally come. The Galaxy S24, S24 Plus and S24 Ultra have been presented and will soon be available in stores. A new Samsung flagship also comes with fresh wallpapers, which you can easily download to your own smartphone.

There are a total of 24 new wallpapers, three of which you can see above. The website has collected all the wallpapers and put them in a Google Drive folder.

There you can view them, download the pictures you like and then set them on your own smartphone. The wallpapers have a high resolution and therefore look nice and sharp.

The new Samsung S24

The Samsung Galaxy S24, S24 Plus and S24 Ultra are the manufacturer’s latest flagships. On the outside they resemble their predecessors, the Galaxy S23 series, but of course plenty of things have changed. The screen edges are thinner and completely symmetrical and all devices have a flat screen. The curved edges are a thing of the past.

The S24, the entry-level model, has a 6.2-inch screen and the new Exynos 2400 chip. This processor is also in the Galaxy S24 Plus, which has a 6.7-inch display. Samsung mainly focuses on artificial intelligence in the form of ‘Galaxy AI’. These are a number of smart software functions that are on the devices.

The ultimate Samsung flagship is the Galaxy S24 Ultra. The phone has a larger 6.8-inch screen, faster Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip and the best cameras of the trio. The phone also has a large 5000 mAh and the S-Pen: the stylus with which you take notes.

It is good to know that the Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus have become 50 euros cheaper compared to their S23 predecessors. You pay for the regular S24 899 euroswhile the Plus version 1149 euros costs. The S24 Ultra, on the other hand, is 50 euros more expensive and takes precedence 1449 euros over the counter.

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“Prices of Samsung Galaxy S24 smartphones leaked”

Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S24 series on January 17, but the suspected euro prices have already emerged in the rumor circuit. It is noticeable that the Galaxy S24 and S24+ have a lower suggested retail price than their predecessors.

The European recommended prices have been shared by the German website SamaGame. According to the source, the Galaxy S24 will soon be sold for 899 euros. This concerns the version with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space. The Galaxy S23 with the same configuration had a suggested retail price of 949 euros. The Galaxy S24+ is also 50 euros cheaper, the source said. The Galaxy S24+ costs 1149 euros. For this price you also get 12GB of RAM instead of 8GB on the Galaxy S23+.

It is striking that the Galaxy S24 Ultra, unlike the other two models, is actually 50 euros more expensive, according to SamaGame. The smartphone has a starting price of 1449 euros. You also get 12GB of RAM instead of 8GB with the S24 Ultra. In terms of storage space, you can choose between 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.

After the official introduction on January 17, we have listed all the specifications and official prices of the three flagship smartphones for you.

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Galaxy Watch App Stops Working After Update

Do you use a Google Pixel smartphone in combination with a Samsung Galaxy smartwatch? Then you may have already noticed that the Galaxy Watch app no ​​longer works since the last update. The January security update seems to be the culprit.

Many users of the previously mentioned products report that the Galaxy Watch app, which you use to connect the smartphone to the Galaxy Watch, crashes, does not start up or gets stuck on the loading screen. Users also no longer receive notifications on their smartwatch. The problem occurs on the Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 6. These smartwatches all run on Wear OS.

It is striking that the problem now also occurs on Samsung smartphones. Google and Samsung have one thing in common, both manufacturers have rolled out the January 2024 security patch. So the latest security update seems to be the problem. There is a good chance that Samsung will quickly solve the problem via an update for the Galaxy Wearable app, but the manufacturer has not yet announced anything about this.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 FE review: complete smartphone with premium extras

Samsung is back with a Fan Edition of the Galaxy S23, but how do you like this affordable device and is it a good buy? We tested it and in this review you can read our experiences with the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE.

This is the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE review

Samsung released the first FE device in 2020. With the S20 Fan Edition, the manufacturer stripped down the regular S20 model to the most important hardware and saved on the housing. Samsung also did this with the S21 FE, not with the S22 series and again in December 2023 with the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE.

With a suggested retail price of 699 Euros, the Galaxy S23 FE is indeed cheaper than the regular S23 at launch, but this smartphone is now available for €679. Is the S23 FE the best buy? In this review of the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE we weigh the pros and cons for you.

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE review

Design Hardware Screen Software

Cameras Battery and charging Conclusion Buy

Recognizable design

At first glance it is immediately clear that we have a Samsung device in our hands. With the Galaxy S23 FE, the manufacturer continues the same design style as on the regular S23 series and cheaper A models. In fact, the FE’s casing looks almost identical to that of the Galaxy A54. It has a size of 6.4 inches, the side is made of aluminum and the back is made of glass.

We were able to test the device in the purple color. That should be your thing, but the silver rings around the cameras look especially nice. The smartphone is also available in black, off-white and mint green, if purple doesn’t quite suit you. The phone fits well in the hand, but is not as easy to operate with one hand as the smaller 6.1-inch S23.

The smartphone has a USB-C port and loud stereo speakers. There is no headphone jack, but that is normal on high-end devices these days.

The lock and volume buttons are located on the right side and the fast optical fingerprint scanner is incorporated below the screen. The housing is also IP68 dust and waterproof, which comes in handy on a rainy day.

Not the fastest hardware, but smooth

The chip on which the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE runs is causing some commotion here and there. Many (and secretly we too) would have liked to see the same Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip as in the Galaxy S23. Instead, Samsung has opted for a faster version of the Exynos 2200 chip. This processor was also in the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus from almost two years ago.

Samsung’s Exynos chip is less fast and energy efficient than the Snapdragon, but to be honest you don’t notice much of that in daily use. This way you can switch smoothly between apps and stutters are rare. The loading time of apps is also not noticeably slow. Do you play really heavy mobile games? Then the S23 FE is not the best choice.

Our test model has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space. Do you think that is too little? Then you can also go for a 256GB model. This allows you to store even more photos, videos and apps locally. Of course, you can also use Google Drive to back up your documents to the cloud.

Gorgeous screen

The fact that the phone feels so fast is thanks to the 120Hz screen with a variable refresh rate. This means that it alternates between a maximum of 120 images per second (while scrolling, for example) and a minimum of 60 images (when you view a static page). This way you save battery, but navigation remains smooth.

It is an AMOLED panel, which means that the S23 FE displays bright colors and that black is really black. You especially notice this when watching dark films or video games. The screen has a maximum brightness of 1450 nits, which makes it easy to read in bright daylight. The resolution of 2340 by 1080 pixels ensures a sharp picture, without the screen consuming a lot of energy.

All in all, it is a high-quality display as we have come to expect from Samsung. The only disadvantage is that the edges are a bit thicker than on the regular S23. The chin is certainly noticeable at first. Fortunately, you get used to this after a while, but do you want a screen that extends to the edges? Then look further.

Latest software

Samsung has a recognizable Android shell that differs considerably from stock Android. The S23 FE comes out of the box with Android 14 – the latest version of the mobile operating system – and the accompanying One UI 6 shell from Samsung. Are you used to a bare-bones version of Android, like you see on the Pixels? It may take some getting used to, but One UI 6 offers a lot of useful extras.

The ‘Quick settings’ menu is more extensive and you can open it faster. You can also change the location and style of the clock on the lock screen. Dragging apps, widgets and other files is now easier with two hands and the camera app is a bit clearer. All in all, the Android 14 shell is clear and modern in design.

Samsung is giving the Galaxy S23 FE in the Netherlands three major Android updates, which means that you will still receive Android 15, 16 and 17. You will also receive security updates until 2028. The manufacturer thus digitally protects you against malicious parties. A nice prospect.

Cameras for almost every situation

Where the S23 FE stands out is with its cameras. The three lenses on the back are all very usable and photograph in high quality. This way you can shoot beautifully exposed, sharp and naturally colored photos with the 50 megapixel main camera. Even at night the lens performs well. Although the dark and blurry areas in photos show some noise, the images are clear and usable.

Main camera

Then there are two additional lenses. First, the wide-angle lens with a resolution of 12 megapixels. While photographing, you will clearly notice when the camera switches to this lens. The raw image looks less sharp and grayish.

Wide angle lens

However, the automatic post-processing manages to make up for this to a large extent and the final image looks very nice. Only in the dark does the wide-angle lens not hold up and you will have to switch to the main camera.

Telephoto lens

And then the lens that distinguishes the S23 FE from cheaper smartphones: the telephoto lens. This allows you to zoom in up to 3 times without losing quality. Although the lens ‘only’ has a resolution of 8 megapixels, it takes sharp photos from a distance (even in the dark), which can provide unique perspectives.

Battery life is fine

There is little to complain about the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE. With a size of 4500 mAh, it is considerably larger than the regular S23. However, the less efficient chip seems to ensure that the battery does not necessarily last longer. In practice, this means that with average use you will simply make it to the end of your day. As soon as you go to bed, you have to put the smartphone on the charger.

By charging the S23 FE overnight, you won’t notice much of the 25 Watt charging speed. This charges the phone in about an hour and a half. That is slow compared to many other manufacturers, but Samsung has a good reason for it. According to the manufacturer, the slower charging speed means that the battery has a longer lifespan and maintains a higher maximum battery capacity.

This is less convenient if you want to charge quickly before leaving the house, but otherwise there is little to criticize about the battery. Wireless charging is also supported with a maximum speed of 15 Watts and you can charge other devices wirelessly by placing them on the back of the device. This is not quick, but is useful in emergency situations.

Conclusion of the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE review

The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is a solid smartphone in many areas. The cameras are usable in many circumstances, the chip is fast enough and the battery lasts all day. In addition, you will receive updates up to and including Android 17, which means that you can use it for years to come.

It has a suggested retail price of 699 euros not the best deal. The regular S23 is now available from €679 and offers a much better chip, premium materials and longer battery life in a compact housing.

Fortunately, the S23 FE is also quickly dropping in price, because you can get it for €604. Do you want a smartphone with a large screen, long software support and does the fastest hardware matter less to you? Then the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is definitely worth it.


  • Clear AMOLED screen

  • Battery lasts all day

  • Three high quality cameras

  • Five years of security updates and major updates up to Android 17


  • Battery charges slowly

  • Not the best value for money

  • Chip not the fastest and most economical

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Samsung Galaxy A52 Receives Android 14 Update

After Samsung recently rolled out an Android 14 update to the Galaxy A52s, the latest version of Android is now also available for the Galaxy A52. The update is rolling out in phases and brings several improvements and new features.

The update for the Galaxy A52 is more than 2GB in size and brings Android 14 together with the One UI 6 shell. The update also updates the security patch to that of December 2023, making the smartphone’s security completely up to date again.

Android 14 with the One UI 6 shell brings, among other things, a modified interface with a new Quick Panel, a new weather widget and a more extensive lock screen. You can also use more privacy and security options and you can count on stability improvements.

You will receive a notification as soon as you can download the Android 14 update. If you have not yet received a notification, you can manually check for updates via the settings on your smartphone. In the settings select ” -> ”. The Android 14 update is expected to be the last major update that the Samsung Galaxy A52 will receive.

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Android 14 update for Samsung Galaxy A52 now available for download

The Samsung Galaxy A52 is now also receiving an update to Android 14. After the Galaxy A52s previously received the latest version, the Android upgrade can now be downloaded.

Android 14 update released for Samsung Galaxy A52

Android 14 is the latest version of the operating system and so it is logical that you want to receive it on your device. The Samsung Galaxy A52, which was released in March 2021, is now due for an upgrade. This consists of the One UI 6 shell and is based on Android 14.

The update is more than 2GB in size and also contains the December 2023 security update. This patch makes the smartphone more secure and fixes several minor bugs. It is therefore definitely advisable to download the update quickly if you own a Galaxy A52. Do this via WiFi to avoid using your data. It is also always good to make a backup of your smartphone.

You will automatically receive a notification if you can download the update on your Samsung A52. Do you want to be there immediately? Then go to the settings of your smartphone, tap ‘Software update’ and then ‘Download and install’.

This Android 14 update is also expected to be the last major update for the Galaxy A52. An upgrade to Android 15, for example, is no longer possible for the device. The phone launched with Android 11 and has received updates to Android versions 12 and 13 since release.

Android 14 update and One UI 6

Android 14 brings a number of innovations and improvements to the Galaxy A52, mainly through Samsung’s own shell: One UI 6. For example, there is , the screen that you see when you drag down from the top of your screen. From the Android 14 update, this screen is better organized, so that frequently used apps get more space.

Samsung’s weather app has also changed after the update. From now on you will get widgets, so you can see at a glance how much rain is going to fall, what the humidity level is and what wind strength applies. All information that you want quickly and clearly.

You also get more options for the clock on your lock screen. For example, choose an analog clock with a dial, or a minimalist digital clock. You can also choose where the time is displayed. Handy for moving, for example, if it is completely over a face on a photo background.

There is much more to discover in One UI 6. Curious about what else you can find on your A52 thanks to the latest Android update? We will tell you all about it in our extensive Android 14 review. The software update was available in late November for Google Pixel smartphones and Samsung’s newer Galaxy S smartphones.

Android 14 will appear on more smartphones in the coming months. Do you want to know whether your device will receive the update and when you can expect it? Then check us regularly Android 14 update overviewso you stay informed.

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‘Download the leaked Samsung Galaxy S24 wallpapers now’

Attention Samsung fans: the Galaxy S24 hasn’t even been released yet, and an enthusiast has already shared the ‘official’ wallpapers online. See here what they look like and how you can set them as your own wallpaper.

‘Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra wallpaper in four colors’

After the scent and color of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra leaked earlier this week, people online also spotted the alleged exclusive wallpapers of the top model. It is a type of crystal that is partly in the image. These are four colors that correspond to the colors in which the Galaxy S24 Ultra would be launched on the market.

The 16-year-old decided to take the backgrounds from the leaked product photos of the S24 Ultra. With the help of Photoshop and artificial intelligence, the X user managed to develop the images in razor-sharp quality. He then posted it online with a public download link. Anyone can download the wallpapers via his tweet.


Install an S24 Ultra wallpaper yourself

Would you also like to set one of these backgrounds on your smartphone? Then download the desired images. You do this by selecting the photo of your choice in the X app or web browser and then clicking on the three dots at the top right of the screen. Press save and the photo will be downloaded.

Then go to the settings app on your smartphone. Here, click on ‘Customization’, then ‘Background & Style’ and click on ‘Change Background’. Now find the background in ‘My Photos’ and select it. Then set whether you want to use it for your home and/or lock screen and you’re done.

This is what we expect from the S24 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is the largest model in the S24 series. The smartphone is made of titanium and contains the well-known S-Pen. The screen on the Ultra has a size of 6.8 inches and contains an OLED panel that shows bright colors, as we have come to expect from Samsung. For the first time, the edges of the screen are not rounded, but flat.

The S24 is equipped with the latest chip of the moment: the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. There is also 12GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage space. The battery has a size of 5000 mAh and charges with a maximum of 45 watts. The smartphone can also charge wirelessly and supply power to other devices.

On the back of the S24 Ultra you will find most cameras from the S24 line. There is again a main camera and wide-angle camera, but the 10x telephoto lens disappears. This will be a camera with a higher resolution, but one that can zoom in less optically.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 users are reporting problems with Android Auto

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series was recently announced, but some users are experiencing connection issues with Android Auto. This makes using the smart car radio a lot more inconvenient.

No automatic connection with Samsung Galaxy S23

Android Auto is special software for infotainment systems in modern cars. Your phone connects to your car screen using a USB cable or Bluetooth, but this does not work for users of a Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Plus or S23 Ultra. The smartphones do not connect automatically or at all with Android Auto. This makes listening to music or navigating suddenly a lot more difficult behind the wheel.

Dozens of users are reporting the connection issues on the Google Support page and users are also sharing this problem. It is not known what the root cause is. Most likely the solution lies in a software update. In any case, Google collects the technical data from those who experience the problem.

It is not the first time that Samsung smartphones have had problems with Android Auto. Last year’s Galaxy S22 phones also had trouble with this after launch. Users were then shown a black screen instead of the Android Auto interface. Only after about seven months were most problems resolved with an update.

Hopefully we won’t have to wait so long for Samsung this time, but a solution will come soon. Some users report that this problem is reason enough for them to switch to another smartphone.

More about Android Auto

With Android Auto you connect your phone to your car. The screen in the middle of your car turns into an interface with apps that work with it. This way you can easily listen to your favorite music via Spotify, navigate through the city with Google Maps and be served by the Google Assistant.

More and more modern vehicles have Android Auto built in as standard, but you can also install a modern car radio yourself. Check our list of five built-in radios that bring Android Auto to your car. Do you already have Android Auto and do you want to get the most out of it? Then read our five useful Android Auto tips.

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“Successor Samsung Galaxy A73 Canceled”

According to the latest rumors, there is little chance that we will see a successor to the Samsung Galaxy A73 next year. The usually well-informed source GalaxyClub has not yet found any indications of the arrival of the Galaxy A74.

No indications have yet been found showing that Samsung is working on the Galaxy A74, while details normally emerge months before the launch of a new smartphone. This includes instructions in software or leaked specifications. Nothing has been leaked about the Galaxy A74 yet, while details of the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A34 have already been found, including renders.

There is a chance that the Galaxy A74 is not planned for the time being or that Samsung has scrapped the smartphone altogether. Samsung may discontinue the smartphone because the Galaxy A7x series is now too similar to the popular Galaxy A5x series, and the launch will therefore attract few new consumers.

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Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag 2 with new design appears in online store

Samsung hasn’t officially launched the Galaxy Smart Tag 2 yet, but the design has already been leaked. An online store published images and specifications of the Bluetooth tracker.

New design of Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag 2 leaked

Samsung will soon release a successor to the Galaxy Smart Tag and Smart Tag Plus. Although this Bluetooth tracker has not yet been officially launched, we already know what it will look like. The British online store has simply placed the device online. This shows, among other things, that the Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag 2 will have a new design.

While the old version was square with a small hole in it, its successor is elongated. Moreover, the opening is much larger, making it easier to attach it to your key ring, for example. The Smart Tag 2 is a bit like the signs you can hang on the door of your hotel room if you don’t want to be disturbed.

The webshop also confirms that the tracker uses Bluetooth 5.3, as we read earlier. This makes it more energy efficient and you don’t have to replace the battery as often. The location of your belongings can also be determined more accurately than with its predecessor. In addition, there is less delay in the signal. This is useful if you attach the Smart Tag 2 to your pet’s collar. You can then follow him or her closely.

In addition to Bluetooth, the tracker also has ultrawideband. If you have a recent smartphone from Samsung itself, you can detect the device with an accuracy of up to 10 centimeters.

Price seems to be going up

It is not yet known when Samsung will launch the Galaxy Smart Tag 2. However, we probably won’t have to wait much longer. According to Mobile Fun, the recommended retail price is approximately 70 pounds, or 80 euros, for two copies. That is slightly more expensive than the Smart Tag Plus. They sell for about 65 euros per duo. However, it is not clear whether the prices of the webshop are final.

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Discovery of the New Specifications of the Galaxy A25 5G

A full Galaxy A25 5G specs reveal heralds major processor and rear camera improvements.

Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy A25 5G, successor to the Galaxy A24. In recent months, leaks concerning its design and characteristics have multiplied. And today we reveal its full specifications.

Samsung Galaxy A25 5G’s specs and price range tipped in the latest leak

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Galaxy A25 5G key specs leaked

The Galaxy A25 5G is expected to feature a 6.5-inch screen with a U-shaped notch and Full HD+ resolution, similar to that of its predecessor. It should also be an OLED screen of 90Hz or higher, like the Galaxy A24. According to reports, the phone will boast a 50MP rear main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP macro camera. As well as a 13MP front camera for selfies and video calls.

Samsung has reportedly opted for the Exynos 1280 processor for the Galaxy A25 5G, replacing the MediaTek Helio G99 used in the Galaxy A24. This new 5nm processor offers 5G connectivity and consists of two Cortex-A78 CPU cores at 2.4 GHz and six Cortex-A55 CPU cores at 2 GHz. This processor will be combined with 6GB/8GB of RAM and an internal memory of 128GB/256GB. With possibility of expansion via microSD card. The phone is expected to run Android 14 with Samsung’s One UI 6.0.

The Galaxy A25 5G will also have a 5,000mAh battery compatible with 25W fast charging. The report states that the Galaxy A25 5G will be available in four colors: black, blue, silver and yellow. The two storage versions of the phone would be offered in a price range of 300 to 400 euros.


A classic Galaxy Invaders machine sneaks into the Ahsoka series

In a thrilling stroke of nostalgia and creativity, the second installment in the Ahsoka series, the newest jewel in the Disney+ crown, has brought to this galaxy far, far away a surprising element: a classic slot machine galaxy invaders. This series, starring Rosario Dawson, is hooking fans of the Star Wars Saga and new followers alike thanks to its adventurous spirit faithful to the original trilogy of films by George Lucas.

The most perceptive followers of the third episode of the series, as our friends at the specialized podcast of La Fosa del Rancor, have discovered a fascinating detail that will surely delight the most veteran video game fans. This episode reveals a Star Wars tradition of recycle everyday objectssuch as blenders, ice cream makers or razors, and transform them into artifacts that fit perfectly into the Star Wars Universe thanks to simple modifications and a coat of paint. This creative ingenuity is a reminder of the franchise’s legacy in creating a fantasy world that, just as Lucas intended, would appear worn by use and in which the characters actually lived.

To fully understand the impact of this new inclusion, it is crucial to go back in time and explore the 1980s. Back then, both the Star Wars franchise and the legendary Space Invaders video game left indelible marks on popular culture. Star Wars, with its epic space narrative, stunning special effects and iconic characters, won hearts and theaters around the world. At the same time, Space Invaders redefined the video game industry and became an unprecedented entertainment phenomenon.

Galaxy Invaders: A Return to Nostalgia

The use of a classic Galaxy Invaders arcade machine in Ahsoka’s series is not only a nod to fan nostalgia, but also a tribute to a time when video games were an exciting novelty. Manufactured by CGL Electronic Toys, this little machine was based on the mythical arcade Space Invaders. The sound of gunshots and the sense of urgency in facing hordes of alien invaders became Synonyms of fun and excitement at that time.

In the second chapter of Ahsoka, the Galaxy Invaders arcade is not just a decorative element. In a display of narrative creativity, the character of Sabine Wren use this relic of the past to defuse a hidden bomb inside the remains of a killer android. The inclusion of the Galaxy Invaders arcade is a perfect example of how the series seeks weave a web of emotional connections with audiences, evoking memories of a simpler time that many Star Wars fans experienced during their childhood, while advancing with an exciting plot.


Poké coins for Pokémon GO are available for a lot cheaper in the Galaxy Store

In addition to the Playstore, which is one of the standard apps on Android smartphones with which you can download apps, Samsung Galaxy devices offer another option for downloading apps: The Galaxy Store is already pre-installed on many devices and also offers one Variety of apps. With the help of the Galaxy Store, Pokémon GO players can now save a lot of money, because if you download and install the Pokémon GO app via this store, the cost of Poké coins in the in-game shop is a lot cheaper than in Pokémon GO the Playstore or the App Store of iOS is the case:

  • 100 Poké Coins: €0.99 in the App Store/Playstore; €0.87 in the Galaxy Store
  • 550 Poké Coins: €5.49 in the App Store/Playstore; €4.39 in the Galaxy Store
  • 1,200 Pokécoins: €10.99 in the App Store/Playstore; €8.78 in the Galaxy Store
  • 2,500 Pokécoins: €21.99 in the App Store/Playstore; €17.59 in the Galaxy Store
  • 5,200 Pokécoins: €43.99 in the App Store/Playstore; €35.19 in the Galaxy Store
  • 14,500 Pokécoins: €109.99 in the App Store/Playstore; €87.99 in the Galaxy Store

So if you want to buy Poké coins for Pokémon GO, you should carefully consider which store you want to buy the coins from beforehand, as this can save up to several euros. Thank you Ricardo for pointing out this news.