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 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.
Canada’s third biggest mobile network operator, Bell, has put the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch on “clearance”, charging a measly $99.99 for the struggling wearable device.
It’s all but official: Samsung’s Galaxy S5 will be unveiled on Monday, February 24, during a special Unpacked press event at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress.
There’s still a lot of mystery hovering over Samsung’s soon-to-be-announced Galaxy S5, but it’s a near certainty two (very) different models will go official at the Mobile World Congress later this month.
Closely following the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy S4 LTE-A has started getting the Android 4.4 treatment, with nine other Samsung devices allegedly waiting for soon-to-happen KitKat makeovers.
A reputable Korea-based stock brokerage/investment banking firm is the latest source to try to pinpoint the list of features of Apple and Samsung’s upcoming iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5, painting both handhelds fairly idyllic pictures.
Following a recent bundle of leaks, Galaxy Note 3 Neo’s formal announcement looked like a mere formality, so Samsung finally decided to go for it, but not make a huge fuss about it.
As the latest in a lingering string of Samsung Galaxy S5 speculation, Twitter leak master @evleaks has allegedly unearthed conclusive evidence confirming the phone’s name, screen resolution and fingerprint support.
In the latest installment of the seemingly never-ending Samsung Galaxy S5 rumor saga, we take a look at a vast list of purported model numbers, as well as fresh evidence concerning camera performance and display resolution.
Never one to stand idly by as others try to build new tech niches and promote quirky, futuristic concepts, Samsung is said to be working on a Google Glass competitor tentatively (and predictably) called Galaxy Glass.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 rumor tide is slowly but steadily turning, as fresh sources seem to debunk all the speculation about aluminum build while giving increased credence to built-in fingerprint scanner.
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.
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.
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 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.