Not that anyone really doubted its legitimacy, but the recent rumor of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite being in the pipeline is now just about confirmed, thanks to a Wi-Fi certification, Zauba listing and User Agent Profile expose.
1.8-inch mSATA drives uses 10nm manufacturing process and costs $500.
Samsung might be looking to take advantage of Android 4.4 KitKat’s unique optimizations for low memory devices, with more than half a dozen mid to low-end Galaxy family members apparently due for chocolaty software updates in the future.
Samsung may not be working solely on toned-down “Mini” and “Lite” versions of current smartphones for next year, but also a low-cost Galaxy Tab 3, according to intel gathered by the usually reliable folks over at Sam Mobile.
To make it crystal clear we know nothing for certain on Samsung’s Galaxy S5 yet, rumor now has it the super phone will only land in April 2014 and sport fingerprint recognition technology.
Samsung may not be doing great in the tablet world, where its otherwise aggressive presence is still overshadowed by Apple, but the future could hold a number of innovations and breakthroughs for the Koreans allowing them to boost sales numbers and profitability.
Benchmarking company says it had “strong evidence” of rule breaking and delisting was used as a “last resort” after all else failed.
According to a Korean online publication that’s usually spot-on with this sort of speculation, Samsung is indeed gearing up for a commercial release of the highly anticipated Galaxy S5 by the end of 2014’s first quarter.
A low-cost Galaxy Note 3 got mentions in several rumors leading up to the phablet’s launch, and now SamMobile has confirmed that a Galaxy Note 3 Lite is in the works.
The latest titbit from the Korean media suggests that Samsung has begun working on 20-megapixel camera modules.
Samsung’s US online store is holding a special Black Friday 2013 sale, offering a wide range of TVs, as well as a number of tablets, laptops, digital cameras and other consumer electronic products with hundreds of dollars in savings.
They say you have to spend money to make money, and Samsung is the living proof that’s more than a tired cliché, as the Seoul-based multinational conglomerate company is reportedly close to top $14 billion expenses on marketing for the whole of 2013.
Slated to get underway in brick and mortar stores at 6 pm today, Best Buy’s highly anticipated Black Friday “doorbusters” are live early online, with Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and S4 Active two of the all-around stars of the promotion.
A report out of Korea is stating that Samsung will have two Galaxy S V versions ready by February or March 2014.
Samsung just can’t see to catch a break in its legal battles with Apple. The company’s motion to stay payment of damages to Apple has been denied.
According to an alleged Samsung internal roadmap leaked to the press, the Galaxy S4 and Note 3 are to unsurprisingly score Android 4.4 updates the first in the company’s line-up, sometime in January 2014, followed soon after by the S3 and Note 2.
Samsung and Apple have had the most epic of courtroom battles, and the latter scores another victory as jury orders Samsung to pay $290 million in damages for infringing on Cupertino’s patents.
Samsung initially denies reports that only 50,000 smart watches have been sold, but Korean media doubt the number Samsung is offering.
Verizon’s full list of special Black Friday 2013 promotions has surfaced online, putting great emphasis on Motorola-made smartphones and handhelds and tablets from Samsung.
The first major foray into the smartwatch market has flopped entirely, based on new numbers from Korea.