Everybody knows the Galaxy Note 3 is coming and that it will be big, both literally and figuratively. But what if it’s not the only flagship device Samsung has prepared for this fall?
Here’s a nutty idea of blending the past and future of mobile tech – putting Android on a flip phone. You know, the kind of handhelds that everyone owned or dreamed of owning a half a decade ago. Just with Android on top of it all.
It’s definitely not unusual to see Samsung yanking Apple’s chain (or the other way around) on primetime TV, but when it involves dancing ninjas and a goat… you have to assume something went wrong.
D-Day is approaching fast for LG, who will probably look to introduce the company’s next flagship, the G2, on August 7 in New York. I know, you must be a little confused by LG’s haste to already rehash the Optimus G Pro, only the G2 should be much more than a rehash.
Whoa, where did this thing come from?!? And what exactly is it? Is it real or just a hoax? So many questions, just two photos and a short list of information that can’t really be verified for the time being.
Completely ignored during the “Premiere” event last week, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 slates are back on our radar, as they have finally been scheduled for US launches. All three new Android-based tablets will see daylight in America on July 7, with pricing set to start at a predictable $199.
Well, well, well, what have we here? Could it be further proof the Samsung Galaxy S4 variant supporting LTE-Advanced and packing a Snapdragon 800 chip is real? Why, yes, it is.
Virgin Mobile USA, one of Sprint’s prepaid subsidiaries, may not have a reputation for selling the cream of the Android crop, but when it comes to budget-conscious devices, the network is almost unbeatable. The latest such phone to be up for grabs via Virgin is the Samsung Galaxy Ring.
1 million copies of Jay-Z’s new album ‘Magna Carta Holy Grail’ will be distributed to Samsung Galaxy phone and tablet owners for free.
It’s amazing just how fast a rumor can get from doubtful to nearly certain. Case in point, the Snapdragon 800-powered flavor of the Samsung Galaxy S4, one that might as well be announced already since we all know it’s coming.
It’s official, AT&T will be the only US carrier to sell the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active subsidized. The rugged version of the “normal” GS4 will be up for grabs starting June 21 for $199.99 with two-year contracts.
After making an appearance in a questionable AnTuTu benchmark, the alleged Samsung Galaxy S4 packing a Snapdragon 800 CPU (model number SHV-E330) has been DLNA certified, which not only means it’s real, but it could be released soon.
Since the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active and Zoom have all been made official, Samsung’s June 20 London “Premiere” event becomes that much more interesting. It’s nearly impossible to predict what new gadgets Sammy might have up its sleeve, but the best guess right now is a Galaxy Camera 2.
Just as hope started to fade away, AT&T users of the original Samsung Galaxy S2 (model number SGH-I777) are being treated to the much awaited and oft-delayed Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade.
So you thought Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 was huge, eh? Well, wait till you get ahold of the GNote 3, supposedly spied on for the second time in the span of just 24 hours.
Samsung may have decided to finally stop the rumor mill and make the highly anticipated Galaxy S4 Active official, but the pricing and availability details were kept to a minimum during the rugged 5-incher’s formal intro.
Samsung sales have been exploding worldwide, but the latest news out of Finland is remarkable to say the least. The South Korea-based Samsung Electronics has officially outsold Nokia in their home turf during the first quarter of 2013, which is the first for any electronics maker. Now Samsung says they will be opening up a
The oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini has surprisingly become official with three weeks to go until the Premiere London event. The 4.3-incher looks exactly as it did in all those leaked photos.