Samsung’s long overdue shift from chintzy plastic-made smartphones to gear constructed of more robust, premium materials is unfolding at last, although the Galaxy Alpha is likely a transitioning device rather than a revolutionary one.
Samsung’s publicity tactics have come to routinely incorporate recurrent anti-Apple digs, but the latest Galaxy S5 commercial takes things to a whole new level, poking fun at an unreleased, unannounced iPhone.
The ceaseless saga of Samsung’s mythical ultra-high-end Galaxy S5 variation continues with word out of Korea that puts the S5 Alpha, aka Galaxy F, aka S5 Prime on track for an August release with a surprisingly tiny 4.7-inch display.
The oft-rumored, highly anticipated, remarkably elusive “ultra-high-end” Samsung Galaxy S5 flavor may have just broken cover at last, packing as expected a Quad HD display and upgraded Snapdragon 805 processor.
The original Samsung Galaxy S5 version is a measly couple of months old, and LG’s standard G3 is yet to properly debut on US store shelves, but apparently, two slightly upgraded models will be seeing daylight by the end of June.
The diminutive, mid-range alternative to Samsung’s full-sized, high-end Galaxy S5 may not be official yet, but it really holds no secrets anymore, in the wake of an exhaustive feature exposé and high-resolution photo shoot.
As much as Samsung would like to deny its very existence, there’s almost no doubt anymore a premium variation of the Galaxy S5 is real, looming on the horizon, posing for photo shoots and earning the necessary regulatory approvals to materialize.
Teased for weeks, manhandled on video and thoroughly previewed, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Active has gone official at last and can be bought already via AT&T.
Galaxy S5’s extra-durable cousin, the S5 Active, is yet to be made official, but following a couple of unauthorized, comprehensive hands-on videos, the formal introduction looks like a mere formality.
The first semi-credible live photos starring the yet to be announced Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime have cropped up online, flaunting what looks like a shinier basic GS5 with the same perforated back cover.
Samsung’s already convoluted product lineup is about to get even more crowded and confusing, according to multiple tipsters and reports, which hint at two upcoming Galaxy Megas, a Europe-destined S5 Prime and another Gear-branded wearable device.
With or without the Galaxy S5 Prime, Samsung refuses to let go of headlines, working on numerous upcoming high-end smartphones, such as the S5 Active, Note 4 and a mystery device that’s either an S5 Neo or some sort of Galaxy Mega sequel.
Yet another source points to an imminent ultra-high-end variant of Samsung’s Galaxy S5, possibly dubbed S5 Prime internationally but simply titled Galaxy S5 LTE-A in Hong Kong.
As it so often happens with Android devices, Samsung seems to have tested multiple different hardware configurations for the upcoming Galaxy S5 mini, one with a 4.8-inch display and Snapdragon 400 chip and the other measuring 4.5 inches in diagonal while packing S800 or S801 heat.
Just when we thought we knew everything about the LG G3, our aesthetical beliefs take a 180 degree turn thanks to a duo of leaked chopped up pics.
See how the next generation iPhone might stack up against Samsung’s current flagship.
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.
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.
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.