If Apple is willing to dumb down its iPad by making a ‘mini’ then there’s a possibility that an iPhone with a 5+ inch display is also around the corner. For phablet aficionados, a tiny 5-inch screen probably won’t be enough, so how about an iPhone with a 5.7-inch display?
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”.
Android-powered smart cameras have been seen as devices of the future for as long as I can remember, but so far Samsung has essentially been the only big manufacturer to make real efforts towards creating a market out of this concept.
Oppo’s Find 5 is a legitimate handset and can potentially contend with the likes of Samsung if it had the marketing power to back it up, but it doesn’t. That, however, doesn’t stop us from digging into the heart of China to figure out what Oppo is up to, and from what we found so
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.
Samsung is on pace to once again break a company record for investing in research and development, as it has been reported that the South Korean tech giant will pour about $4.5 (USD) billion into constructing five more innovation centers on Korean soil.
A report out of Taiwan is hinting that HTC and Samsung will drop the mini versions of the HTC One and GS4 in Q3.
With such beasts as the Galaxy S4 and HTC One out and about for not very long and Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra freshly unveiled, it could come as a surprise to some that our number one subject of debate of late is… the unreleased Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
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.
More than seven months old and still stuck on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? I’m afraid that’s the ordeal owners of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 LTE have had to go through.
India has now overtaken Japan to become the world’s third largest smartphone market. According to a survey by Strategy Analytics, India is now third behind China and the U.S. in terms of overall devices.
When sale of a certain electronic gadget slows down, a short term remedy might be to release the device in a different color, which is what Samsung will likely do with its latest flagship—the Galaxy S4.
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”.
Samsung Electronics is in preliminary discussions with the EU antitrust regulator to settle charges slapped on them for allegedly using illegal sales tactics. The Korean chaebol was accused of keeping their chief rival Apple from licensing essential cellular patents.
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.
A court in Tokyo has ruled in favour of Apple, saying that several Samsung smartphones as well as a tablet infringe on Apple’s visual effects patent for touch screen displays.
Hey, remember how we told you yesterday that Samsung was planning to intro multiple ATIV Book 9s in London? Well, voila. ATIV Book 9 Plus and ATIV Book 9 Lite are the official names of the new ultrabooks, which are bound to replace Sammy’s old Series 9 in the grand scheme of things.
Although Samsung (re) introduced the world to the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active and Zoom during yesterday’s Premiere event, the show’s spotlight was primarily on new ATIV family members. The ATIV Q Windows 8/Android hybrid was the center of attention, but the ATIV Tab 3 is not to be ignored either.
At Samsung Premiere 2013 in London, the Korean giant releases the convertible, dual-boot Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet, Ativ Q. The device is versatile and adaptable, and can switch between four positions: tablet, typing, stand and writing.
Finally, Samsung unveiled the miniature version – Galaxy S4 mini—of its flagship smartphone at the London Premiere 2013 event.