While many of are happy with the plain black or white options when it comes to choosing a new handset, there are some who are more adventurous that will often hold off from purchasing their preferred device because it isn’t offered in their favourite colour scheme. With this in mind, Samsung has decided it’s recently launched Galaxy Note 5 could benefit from a couple of extra options in its native South Korean market, with Silver Titanium and Pink Gold becoming available on October 23rd.
Samsung has just released its first promotional teaser for a brand new battery pack, which fully utilizes Fast Charging 2.0 technology. In the 30-second clip, the South Korean company demonstrates just how the unit can be used in conjunction with the Galaxy Note 5 to change the device from 0% to 100% in under 2-hours.
Check it out after the break.
The Galaxy S6 Edge is one of the hottest devices this year, and Talk Android Deals is giving one away. There’s only a few days left to enter, so you’ll need to act fast!
You have only had your new Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+ or Galaxy Note 5 for a few months at most now, but it probably feels like you are lugging around some out-of-date bag phone, right? OnePlus wants to help you out with the envy you must be feeling in being saddled with an older device as you look upon something shiny and new like the OnePlus 2 smartphone.
OnePlus has launched their new #TakeTheEdgeOff promotion for smartphone buyers who may regret pursuing The Next Big Thing these past few months and invested in a new device from Samsung. If you own one of Samsung’s flagships that launched in 2015, OnePlus will let you trade it in for a new OnePlus 2 and they will handle recycling your old Samsung device via a donation to the Hope Phones program.
Don’t think that just anyone can take advantage of this offer though. OnePlus probably anticipated smartphone users may be knocking their doors down to trade-in their latest Samsung devices to get a new OnePlus 2, so they are limiting this to a maximum of 50 winners who go through the process of signing up before the deadline on October 18th. Since those applying have to use the #TakeTheEdgeOff hashtag on social media, you can expect your timelines and feeds to explode with posts tagged in this manner.
If you really do want to try to trade-in your Samsung flagship smartphone for a OnePlus 2 64GB model in Sandstone Black, hit the source link for all the details and to submit the entry form.
It looks like earlier reports of an October announcement were right. Samsung has revealed the next addition to its Tizen Ecosystem, the Z3, and frankly, the design looks like a Galaxy Note 5 clone.
Samsung wants owners of the new Gear S2 to get the most out of their smartwatch by exploring the services and apps from different partners. It also makes sense to showcase what the Gear S2 can do because any hardware is only as good as its ecosystem. So this week Samsung highlighted eight of what it calls “timeless partners” for the Gear S2 that support the smartwatch in an interesting way. Among them are ways to monitor your workouts, find a place to eat, and control appliances and other items in your home.
Samsung has released a useful new utility onto the Play Store that should be especially useful for gamers. The app, which is called Game Tuner, allows you to adjust the resolution and frame rate of specific games on your device for fine-tuning performance. Read more
Normally the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 retails anywhere from $700 to sometimes even surpassing $1000, depending on the retailer. It’s a high price to swallow, but thankfully, deals on the device appear all over the Internet. This time around, you can get the Galaxy Note 5 (N920i) for just $570 on eBay.
AT&T has finally started pushing out the long-awaited Lollipop update to all its carrier-branded variants of the Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy Note 4 located in the United States. In terms of added functionality, this upgrade brings the latest version of the open-source operating system to the handset, as well as a much-needed patch for the Stagefright vulnerability.
Hit the break for the full changelog.
Earlier today, Samsung launched a brand new variant of its former flagship smartphone of 2014, the Galaxy S5, in Brazil. This latest handset bears the name “Galaxy S5 New Edition”, and is almost identical to the Galaxy S5 Neo, but sports an upgraded 64-bit processor and dual-SIM support.