Rumor has it: Flexible Galaxy Note 3 coming in October, Galaxy S5 to rock HTC One-like aluminum unibody
That’s right, it’s that time of the year again. The time dubious, unverifiable sources start to fuel rumors of Samsung going on a different design path for future members of the Galaxy. You all know what I’m talking about, metal and flexibility.
Despite everyone from Sony to LG trying to steal Samsung’s thunder before and during the IFA announcement of the Galaxy Note 3, the third-gen phablet is bound to snatch the most headlines over the next weeks and even months. By a mile.
And just like that, it’s September 4. D-Day. H-hour. The first day of the rest of our lives. But a day that’s bound to remain in Android history, not unlike September 3, when Google took the entire world by surprise and announced Android 4.4 KitKat.
As Samsung’s Galaxy Note III has basically starred in a new rumor every couple of days for the past month or so, you’d think the phablet would be as transparent as glass by now. And it is in many ways, only a number of tidbits are yet to be revealed or confirmed.
Two days, five hours and counting. That’s what’s left at the time of this writing until Samsung will finally take the wraps off the Galaxy Note III, Galaxy Gear and maybe even the Note 12.2.
The rumor mill has leaked yet another image of the not-so-mysterious Samsung Galaxy Note III.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumors are a dime a dozen with just five days left until the phone will become official, but here’s one report that’s both unexpected and somewhat startling. Not to mention sort of exclusive, since this is the first time we’re hearing of such a scenario.
Flip phones, or handhelds with clamshell designs, might be considered a thing of the (distant) past in America or Europe, but it appears they’re still in demand in parts of Asia. Or at least that’s what Samsung wants to think.
Rumors regarding highly anticipated devices such as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 might be a dime a dozen, especially with less than a month left to its formal intro, but when a website with Sam Mobile’s track record publishes a spec sheet based on a trusted insider’s tip, we have to listen up.
Though we’re likely more than three weeks away from the big Samsung Galaxy Note 3 unveiling, the next-gen phablet is becoming less of a question mark by the day.
Nostalgic about the flip phone era? Still a fan of physical keyboards, but also willing to use a tiny touchscreen from time to time? Then this one’s for you: the Samsung SCH-W789, aka Hennessy, also known as Galaxy Folder, according to some sources.
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.
It was fun while it lasted. I mean, while it was being worked on. Or while we thought it was being worked on. Okay, let me start again. Tizen, a mobile operating system that for all intents and purposes is not yet alive, is “almost dead”.
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.
America’s four large carriers haven’t exactly been privy to Windows Phone 8-powered handhelds so far, but at least as far as Sprint is concerned things are about to change. The network has just unveiled its first two WP8 smartphones, which it plans to start selling “later in the summer”.
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.
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.