A new rumor suggests that Samsung’s 2012 flagships, the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, will start receiving their Android 4.4 KitKat updates by the end of March.
Debunking recent rumors that called for a Samsung Galaxy S5 March intro, a reputable Russian journalist has tweeted “the next big thing” is now expected out in time for February’s Mobile World Congress.
Many speculate Samsung will integrate finger sensor technology into the upcoming Galaxy S5 handset, and it seems like that prediction is getting closer to becoming a reality.
As Samsung’s “next big thing” announcement is undoubtedly approaching, the rumor-mongering is officially out of control, with each new day bringing something fresh to the Galaxy S5 mix while at the same time refuting something old and seemingly rock-solid.
Blessed by the FCC in a 4G LTE-enabled version for South Korea (SM-N7505), the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo (aka Lite) is as good as confirmed, making it extremely difficult for the tiniest shred of buzz or excitement to still hover more than a month from now.
Despite regularly dependable sources allegedly “confirming” Samsung Galaxy S5’s specs and a company official pointing at the next big thing’s ETA, it seems there’s still room for last-minute change as far as both timelines and features are concerned.
Nokia might no longer be the sole Windows Phone player to take the platform seriously, as Samsung apparently plans to exploit the operating system’s newfound Full HD support by rolling out a high-end handheld so far known as the SM-W750V.
Samsung Poland inadvertently released a user manual for a device with a codename SM-T110, which is nothing but the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.
A new day, a new Samsung Galaxy S5 rumor emerges, as sources close to Phone Arena tell the online publication the “next big thing” will increase the battery capacity, keep the cell’s actual size in check and add innovative fast charging technology in the mix.
Whether it’ll go official in February or March, before or after the Mobile World Congress, chaperoned or not by a Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is undoubtedly closing in on its formal announcement and subsequent commercial launch.
The GT-I9405 could be a Lite version of the Galaxy S4, or a different variant of the Galaxy Note 3 Neo.
When it rains, it pours for Samsung’s upcoming “mid-range” Galaxy Note 3 variant, dubbed Note 3 Neo or Note 3 Lite, which has been thoroughly detailed in two reports that have surfaced online in the space of just a couple of days.
Samsung has reportedly flipped the switch and begun rolling out the Android 4.4 KitKat update to the LTE variant of the Galaxy Note 3.
Android 4.4.2 comes early to the Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505) in the form of an unofficial test firmware.
A Samsung executive announced that the Galaxy S5 will launch along with a new version of the Galaxy Gear after the Mobile World Congress.
As we leave CES 2014 behind and close in on the Mobile World Congress (MWC), it’s not just Samsung Galaxy S5 rumors that grow in intensity, but also gossip regarding the oft-delayed Tizen launch.
With CES 2014 pretty much over and done in terms of product announcements, all eyes are on next month’s Mobile World Congress, where Samsung is expected to intro, among others, a so-called “Lite” version of the award-winning Galaxy Note 3.
Samsung’s mobile arm may have focused all CES 2014 efforts on Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro tablet announcements, but one of the company’s head honchos has confirmed the next big smartphone release and new wearables are not far down the road.
Samsung’s latest high-profile and no doubt costly publicity stunt violently backfired at CES 2014, as a bumbling Michael Bay ran off the Vegas stage in the middle of a not so carefully prepared speech as he was trying to praise a new curved 4K HD TV.
Samsung may have been able to keep an almost unusually tight lid on information concerning its Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro slates until not long ago, but once the ball started rolling, there was no stopping it and now we seem to know everything.