With the official announcement closely approaching, Galaxy S7 rumors and leaks are off the shelves. Today an image surfaced revealing the front panel of the Galaxy S7, and boy does it look familiar.
LG and Samsung will scale back display production in 2016 to prevent operating losses. The move is said to help their bottom line, and will help fight off Taiwanese and Chinese suppliers.
Every year, Google is proud to see companies big and small release phones with their mobile operating system at the core. Choice is among Android’s best qualities, allowing consumers to choose exactly what they want. Android is found on high-end devices with cutting edge specifications, but it’s also powering the phones in the hands of millions in emerging markets. And, of course, mid-range devices with Android are roaming the world as well. Android is for everyone.
With so many Android devices out there, naming the best is quite the task. There really isn’t any phone that can be named the best. Why? Too many of them exist to pick just one! So each member of the team at Talk Android is going to tell you their pick for the best Android phone of 2015.
Remember when you had to carry a real camera to make great photos? Yeah, we here at TalkAndroid barely remember those days.
Indeed, why shouldn’t we forget the days of carrying a separate instrument for making photos? Devices like Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 (review here) are rendering even high end point-and-shoot cameras nearly irrelevant. The Note 5 was just given a score of 86 by image quality rating website DxOMark, which lands it at number three on the site’s list of top mobile phone cameras. The #1 and #2 spots are occupied by Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Sony’s Xperia Z5, respectively.
If you’re tired of waiting for Samsung to finally get Android 6.0 pushed out to your Galaxy S 5, you’ll now be able to take things into your own hands and get Cyanogenmod 13 installed on your device, if you’re comfortable rooting and flashing a ROM. Read more
Samsung is set to showcase a host of experimental gadgets at this year’s CES, including the WELT, a healthcare belt that measures the daily habits of users.
Samsung and LG are about to land a big deal with Apple. Both companies will be supplying the displays for future iPhones. It is said that LG’s deal is very close to being done, all they have to do is sign the contracts.
Remember when we thought Samsung would offer two versions of the Galaxy S7? And that Samsung was going to trim down some models to avoid confusion with the Edge and normal variants? Nope, that’d be too simple for Samsung. Buckle up, we’re probably going to see four different variants of the Galaxy S7. Read more
Samsung could use a new innovative product in its mobile division, which has been struggling over the past few quarters. Earlier today, a patent application was submitted to the US Patent and Trademark Office indicating that the Korean tech giant is up to something new.