Samsung appears to be moving up the cost spectrum with the Galaxy S5.
Google vice president of Android Hiroshi Lockheimer was the first witness Samsung called in its defense against Apple.
Defying lukewarm critical reception and accusations of being “more of the same”, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 has reportedly enjoyed a remarkable start at the box-office, edging out GS4’s first-day sales numbers with ease.
Only two weeks seem to be separating us from the first public appearance of Samsung’s next-generation camera phone, which would put Galaxy S5 Zoom’s launch at less than 10 months after its predecessor’s.
The Gear Fit features a battery that can theoretically be changed, but requires you to dismantle the screen assembly to get to it.
Samsung launches its latest flagship along with its latest batch of wearable devices.
The Galaxy S5 teardown reveals an interesting hardware design undertaken to prevent water and dust damage.
Are you curious about how fingerprint sensors on both Apple and Samsung flagship smartphones stack up against each other?
It’s likely that Samsung is working on a new line of AMOLED tablets that feature high-end hardware.
Proving Nokia isn’t the only hardware manufacturer looking out for Windows Phone’s future, Samsung is reportedly hard at work on a mid-range device dubbed ATIV Core that could run WP 8.1 right out the box.
The ATIV SE marks the return of Samsung to the Windows Phone market and is now available for pre-ordering from North America’s largest carrier.
A high-quality photo allegedly depicting the unannounced Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom has just come to light, though the mole that divulged it calls the forthcoming camera phone the Galaxy K Zoom.
The Galaxy S5 mini will feature a 4.5-inch 720p screen, 1.5 GB RAM, 16 gigs of storage and a quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU.
The budget alternatives to the high-end Galaxy Tab Pro trio and Note Pro 12.2, dubbed simply Galaxy Tab 4, have just gone official, looking eerily similar to their predecessors and keeping things humble in the hardware department.
Although Microsoft’s next Windows Phone build, dubbed 8.1, is likely to once and for all go official in roughly 24 hours, the first devices to actually run the software may come a little later.
Samsung doesn’t do everything right, but if there is one thing the company nails every time, it is the displays.
Internal production issues as well as a high asking price mean that the Galaxy S5 might not be as successful as the Galaxy S4.
Although the Galaxy S5 is a natural born swimmer, with IP67 certification for water protection as standard, Samsung is reportedly still working on an Active version of its flagship smartphone.
Expected out in May at the latest, Samsung’s follow-up for the mostly forgettable Galaxy S4 zoom is shaping up to be a much “better thought out” cross between a conventional smartphone and point-and-shoot camera.
Samsung’s oft-rumored future Galaxy Tabs sporting Super AMOLED displays are likely inching closer to their formal debuts, with various form factors ranging from 7 to 10.5 inches.