Samsung already has their own browser on their smartphones, but it looks like they are creating a more unified approach for all their devices. The new browser will be called “Samsung Browser” and will be pre-installed on all internet-connected devices such as smartphones, tablets, and TVs.
Despite last year’s Galaxy S5 boasting an IP67 rating that meant it was water and dust resistant, Samsung decided not to continue the practice with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge flagship handsets. The S6 Edge has come in for some rough treatment lately, having survived a confrontation with a carpet earlier. Will we see Samsung’s latest and greatest survive a bowl of water?
If you are the proud owner of a Galaxy Note 4, you’ve probably been getting more and more excited about the news we keep hearing that Samsung is working hard on an Android 5.1 update that will bring the latest version of TouchWiz to your device. Sadly, it seems that these rumours may well be untrue.
While we’ve known that the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones will allow users to customize the handsets thanks to the Themes option first seen in the Galaxy A series of phones, it hasn’t been clear exactly how 3rd party theme makers would be able to distribute their offerings for the S6. Until now, thanks to Reddit member, gedankenreich, receiving a reply from Samsung on the matter.
With every new smartphone that is released comes a tradition that makes many of us cringe and sometimes place a protective a hand over our
nearest and dearest handset. You guessed it, it’s the ubiquitous drop test and today we have a video showing the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge being thrown about. Literally.
If you cast your mind back to early February, you may remember that Verizon claimed that it was rolling out the much-anticipated Lollipop update for the Galaxy S5. However, it appears the carrier pulled the original upgrade (version number: G900VVRU1BNLC ) with no reason given, and has today started pushing out an identical build of Android 5.0 to the handset, with this new version number: G900VVRU1BOA4.
The folks over at GSM Arena have been lucky enough to get their hands on three of Samsung’s flagship smartphones of 2015, the Galaxy S6, and have taken to their blog to report how much free space you’ll actually be getting when you purchase a 32GB, 64GB or 128GB model.
Verizon has announced that they’ll be opening up pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge on April 1st in all storage sizes and both black and white colors.
Samsung has now started pushing out the much-anticipated, eagerly-awaited Lollipop update to all unlocked models of the Note 4 located in Spain. This upgrade transports the latest build of the Android operating system to the handset, together with a handful of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations.
Hit the break for the full changelog.
According to a report, Samsung might have underestimated the demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone as it is reportedly planning to increase production by nearly three times. It is said that Samsung is in talks with more touch screen panel manufacturers with the current supplier (Alps Electronics) not managing to offer the components in the required quantities.