Verizon’s packaging for the Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks

Just one week remains. This time next week we’re going to find out exactly what Samsung’s next flagship offers. It’s the phone of 2017 that millions of people are waiting for, especially since the Galaxy Note 7 was pulled from the market as fast as it arrived. A lot is riding on the Galaxy S8 as Samsung hopes it’ll regain the trust of consumers and have a global success on its hands.

Today, another leak occurred. It’s a set of two images showing the packaging Verizon will use for its model of the Galaxy S8. Because of the leak, we know the packaging Samsung will use in the United States for all carriers and retailers. Samsung goes for a streamline look with its packaging.

You can watch Honor launching a new phone via livestream on April 5th

In a welcome change from reporting about some new phone that is due to be Unpacked on March 29th, Huawei’s budget e-brand, Honor, is going to unveil a new handset on April 5th via a virtual launch, or live stream rather. It’s thought that the event will see the wraps being taken off the Honor V9, which could be known as the Honor 8 Pro in the west. Join us after the break for details.

Download Samsung’s Unpacked 2017 app to watch the Galaxy S8 livestream

In the midst of innumerable leaks, we have some official news about the upcoming launch of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, and it comes straight from Samsung itself. The handset maker’s Unpacked 2017 app has recently been updated to allow users to keep up to date with the Galaxy S8’s launch on March 29th.  Join us after the break for more details.

Latest Galaxy S8 leak reveals the handset could default to Full HD resolution

The dawn of a new day naturally means that it’s time for a new round of Galaxy S8 leaks, am I right? Yesterday brought us leaked high-resolution renders of the Galaxy S8, and Samsung itself got into the act by airing a brief teaser for its new flagship on Korean TV. Today it seems that the leaks are beginning to delve into the nitty-gritty of the Galaxy S8, with details emerging of its display resolution settings. 

Cyanogen may have ‘stuck it’ to Nintendo over use of OS for Nintendo Switch

Did spring fever get to Cyanogen’s Kirt McMaster today as evidenced by a tweet he sent out earlier – since pulled – in which he was virtually fist-bumping himself over not working with Nintendo to put together an operating system for the Nintendo Switch? As most of the replies on Twitter indicate, with the success of the Nintendo Switch crowing about how one did not partner with Nintendo may not reveal the most astute business acumen.