One of Samsung’s upcoming devices, the Galaxy S4 Active, has been revealed in a leak. The picture also shows AT&T so that’s at least one confirmed carrier.
While many iPhone users have been hoping for a phone closer in size to that of larger smartphones, Google and Samsung are now planning to scale back the size of their phones to something closer to what Apple is producing. Samsung is releasing two “mini” 4.3-inch versions of their Galaxy S4, called the G4 zoom
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.
SamMobile reports that a very important meeting was held at Samsung HQ in Seoul, Korea. The meeting revolved around one key topic, Samsung’s new design strategy codenamed “Design 3.0″. A high-level excutives filled room at Samsung HQ held a meeting. The topic for discussion? Samsung’s new design strategy for its future products. SamMobile analysed the
Samsung’s upcoming event on June 20 is looking like one that will be filled with announcements. Two of those are expected to be the Galaxy S4 Zoom (a camera phone) and the Galaxy S4 Active. If you’re feeling impatient then you’ll be happy to know that you won’t have to wait until then to find
The soon to be unveiled Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is less of a puzzle with each passing day. The latest word around the street is the 4.3-incher will be powered by a dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor and 1.5 GB of RAM.
A new report leads us to believe that the upcoming Galaxy Note III phablet by Samsung will use Qualcomm’s unreleased but powerful Snapdragon 800 chipset.
The soon to be unveiled Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 and Galaxy Ace 3 now have almost complete rumored spec sheets. In a nutshell, the two gadgets don't look spectacular, being minor updates over their predecessors.
Being the world's largest phone manufacturer, as well as the most prominent figure driving the Android ecosystem full steam ahead, what future does the alternative to Android (namely Tizen) hold for this Korean giant?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, already confirmed to come in Wi-Fi and 3G versions, will apparently get a 4G LTE-enabled model too. Unfortunately, the release date and pricing details are still kept under wraps.
USPTO has granted Samsung a patent for a fingerprint sensor to be fitted in the home buttons of upcoming Galaxy smartphones. The question now is will the technology be introduced with the Note 3 or Galaxy S5?
Samsung has scheduled a mysterious "Premiere" event for June 20 in London. Several Galaxy and ATIV devices could be announced on that day, including the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active, Zoom and/or Mega.
The upcoming Galaxy S4 Mini is all but official as Samsung themselves confirmed the existence of S4 Mini… in their very own Samsung apps website.
A leak showing a brown Galaxy Tab 8.0 has surfaced on twitter. You can never have enough brown devices.
No matter how many sleepless nights Google has over Samsung's absolute dominance in the Android ecosystem, they simply cannot stay away from involving the South Korean manufacturer in its projects.
Tizen Greek Community posted what seems to be legitimate images of a Samsung device running the unannounced Tizen 2.1 operating system based on Linux. Tizen is being actively co-developed by Samsung and Intel after Nokia broke off the MeeGo alliance.
The recently announced "Red Aurora" version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 has been detailed further and is now confirmed as an AT&T exclusive. America's number two carrier will start taking pre-orders for S4's new version later today.
A device with codename Redwood has been spotted on Samsung's UAProf website that points to a 720p, LTE, and Cortex A9 device. These specs are quite modest for a possible flagship.
After the release of the Galaxy S4, Apple lawyers have been hard at work trying to add new patent infringement claims in its on-going case against Samsung by dragging the new device into this drama.
The South Korean electronics giant Samsung has just taken a 10% buy into Pantech. While Pantech may not be as popular as LG or Samsung, they are still South Korea’s third largest handset maker.