Reviews say Samsung’s Smartwatch is catastrophically underwhelming, but the company sells it on TV in all kinds of retro cool.
Samsung’s partnership with MediaTek would allow it to push into developing markets.
Let the flexible games begin. It’s what we’ve wanted so badly to proclaim for so long and at last we’re in a position to actually hope the first curved smartphone or smartphones are forthcoming.
Samsung may seem like it has the entire mobile tech world at its feet, with essentially every bit and piece of the smartphone landscape dominated by at least one Galaxy family member, but apparently the sky’s the limit for the Koreans’ ambitions. Or not even the sky.
Rumor has it: Flexible Galaxy Note 3 coming in October, Galaxy S5 to rock HTC One-like aluminum unibody
That’s right, it’s that time of the year again. The time dubious, unverifiable sources start to fuel rumors of Samsung going on a different design path for future members of the Galaxy. You all know what I’m talking about, metal and flexibility.
A new rumor from Korean shores suggests that Samsung will launch a low-cost version of Galaxy Note 3 with LCD display and 8MP camera in November.
It’s barely been two weeks since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 3 and Note 10.1 2014 Edition at a pre-IFA Unpacked event, but I bet it feels like more. For instance, do you by any chance remember that, just two days prior to the press conference, a Galaxy Note 12.2 was said to chaperone the
Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch in the country at a event today. Both devices will be available in stores on September 25.
A new Samsung device with model number SGH-I186 has been seen spotted on FCC, hinting towards a possible launch of a Windows Phone 8 device on AT&T in the coming weeks.
Consumers in India waiting to buy the Galaxy Note 3 can now pre-order the device directly from Samsung’s website. Also, images of what seem to be a dual-SIM version of the Note 3 have leaked online.
A Galaxy S4 Active variant powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor is in the news again, with a new report claiming the upgraded model will be launching in Korea next month.
It’s been a long time since we first heard rumors of smartphones with flexible displays being in the works, numerous prototypes and pre-release models have been demoed and showcased at tech events in the last year or so, but a bendable commercially ready product still seems a thing of the future.
Samsung has announced that a new version of its Exynos 5 Octa SoC will be able to operate all eight cores at the same time, making it a true “octa-core” chipset.
Despite everyone from Sony to LG trying to steal Samsung’s thunder before and during the IFA announcement of the Galaxy Note 3, the third-gen phablet is bound to snatch the most headlines over the next weeks and even months. By a mile.
This might have slipped by you in the pile of new smartphone and smartwatch news yesterday: the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with a Micro USB 3.0 port that may very well change the way you charge your device, and transfer data between it and your PC. Details after the jump.
The not-so-best-selling Galaxy Note 10.1 has been given a major upgrade with a 2014 Edition, announced by Samsung at the IFA along with the Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Samsung has announced that both the Galaxy S III and S4 will receive their Android 4.3 updates in October, with the S4 also receiving support for the Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Samsung’s new phablet has a 5.7 inch 1920 x 1080 AMOLED screen, a 2.3 GHz quad core processor (LTE) and a UHD camera.
And just like that, it’s September 4. D-Day. H-hour. The first day of the rest of our lives. But a day that’s bound to remain in Android history, not unlike September 3, when Google took the entire world by surprise and announced Android 4.4 KitKat.
As Samsung’s Galaxy Note III has basically starred in a new rumor every couple of days for the past month or so, you’d think the phablet would be as transparent as glass by now. And it is in many ways, only a number of tidbits are yet to be revealed or confirmed.