The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has started early for Samsung, as it did for LG, ZTE and Acer, with the Galaxy Camera 2 precociously unveiled and at least one piece of wearable technology subtly teased on the company’s “Tomorrow” blog.
Less than 24 hours after an AnTuTu benchmark spilled the beans on Galaxy Note Pro 12.2’s features, another upcoming Samsung-made tablet has had its full spec sheet leaked to the press via the same performance test.
The next-generation Galaxy S device could launch at the Mobile World Congress, with Samsung possibly considering a metal chassis version of the same.
With Mobile World Congress less than two months away, the somewhat fishy reports pegging the imminent Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite as an “entry-level” handheld look to be gaining credibility, thanks to a User Agent Profile discovered earlier today.
The long-rumored and heavily anticipated 12-inch Samsung Galaxy Note tablet may have undergone a branding alteration since last fall, but it appears its final specs won’t be any different than the ones revealed to the press back in the day.
The Galaxy Grand Neo will be a downgraded version of the Galaxy Grand 2 and will launch sometime during the first quarter
Samsung isn’t just focused on making strides in the high-end tablet arena, thus narrowing the gap between its big guys and Apple’s iPads, as a flurry of entry-level and mid-range phones and slates are reportedly landing in the next three months.
Samsung has announced the industry’s first 8-gigabit low-profile double-data-rate 4 (LPDDR4) mobile DRAM chip, offering 1GB on a single die.
One of Samsung’s most heavily anticipated 2014 tablets, likely to be dubbed Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, is inching closer to its commercial launch, as a notorious source of mobile-related gossip claims it’s currently in testing with AT&T.
Samsung to launch two Galaxy Tab Pro variants, along with a massive 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro in Q1 2014
Samsung is redoubling its efforts in the tablet segment next year, as latest rumors indicate that the South Korean manufacturer is about to launch a total of four tablets during Q1 2014.
Samsung’s Tizen device will be Intel powered and will run Tizen 3.0.
When possessing a yearly advertising budget that puts Iceland’s GDP to shame, the possibilities are endless, as Samsung’s latest high-profile marketing campaign proves beyond the shadow of a doubt.
Despite recent reports, there might be more than four new Samsung tablets looming large on the horizon, as another one has just cleared the FCC, carrying a model number not associated in any way to previously rumored Galaxy slates.
A third subvariety of the likeliest Samsung Galaxy S5 candidate spotted online so far, codenamed SM-G900F, has paid notorious benchmarking authority AnTuTu a quick visit, revealing somewhat underwhelming specs.
As secretive as Samsung is trying to be in regards to Android 4.4 KitKat update timelines for its devices, the cat appears to be out of the bag at least as far as the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 are concerned.
According to @evleaks, U.S. carrier AT&T is testing a Samsung device with a model number SM-G900A, which could be a carrier version of the Galaxy S5.
An FCC listing and fresh report out of Korea seem to further clear the air on two of four unannounced Samsung tablets expected to land in Q1 2014: the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite and an unnamed 10.5-inch Super AMOLED unit.
Samsung never sleeps, that much we’ve always known about the Android kings, and the first three months of 2014 shall prove it once again, as the Koreans are rumored to unveil four, count’em four new tablets.
Samsung has made yet another apparently unexciting mid-range smartphone official, although the Galaxy Core Advance actually has what it takes to leave a mark on a so far ignored mobile market segment.
In yet another brilliant publicity move boosting its reputation while at the same time dissing on the competition, Nokia has offered an unfortunate Samsung Galaxy S4 owner a Lumia handheld completely free of charge.