Following on the heels of an image of the 8-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 headed to Verizon, Twitter tipster @evleaks has also posted an image of the 10.1-inch model. Unlike the 8-inch version, this image only shows the front of the device with the “Verizon Wireless” connection indicated on the lockscreen. As with the 8-inch version, @evleaks shared no information regarding possible release dates.
source: @evleaks (official site)
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 series of tablets have not been big news generators as they start to hit retail shelves in the U.S. Even so, when a new image of a device with specific carrier branding surfaces, it is nice to get an early look. Twitter tipster @evleaks has obtained a render of the 8-inch version of the Galaxy Tab 4 intended for the Verizon network as evidenced by the Verizon 4G LTE logo emblazoned on the back of the device. When Samsung announced availability of the Galaxy Tab 4 tablets, they only indicated the 4G-enabled carrier versions would be ready for sale this summer. We still do not have a specific date, but this is a good sign for interested buyers that Verizon is close to opening up sales.
source: @evleaks (official site)
Now while we can’t promise that these leaked videos of the upcoming Galaxy S5 Active will stay online forever, they’re at least here for now. (We suggest you watch them while you still can before Samsung does something about it.) We showed you some leaks on Tuesday, but these are even better.
The videos you’ll find after the break go into detail regarding the phone’s hardware and software. The first two videos offer a complete hands on of the phone (part 1 and 2), the third video shows off the phone’s OIS camera, the fourth demonstrates the exclusive applications that will come with the phone, and the fifth video compares the S5 Active with the S5. Hit the break for more.
The Samsung Galaxy S 5 is on its way in copper gold. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless (through select indirect retailers), and U.S. Cellular will offer Samsung’s flagship phone in the above color this summer. Sprint and T-Mobile have announced that their respective versions will be available beginning Friday, May 30.
Source: Samsung Mobile Press
Apple has won a broad injunction over Samsung in The Netherlands. The decision was reached by the District Court of The Hague this morning, and the case has been dragging on for almost 3 years.
The case was originally awarded to Apple back in 2012, however a German court ruled in favor of Samsung on the same patent. Samsung contested Apple’s win in The Hague for another year, after which the case was again ruled in Apple’s favor. The patent itself refers to Apple’s simplification of navigating and manipulation of photos, and is known as the “bounce back” patent.
The Galaxy S 5 Active is definitely in the works and should be released soon. It will be a more rugged version of the Galaxy S 5, and these images reveal that it will resemble last year’s Galaxy S 4 Active. The Galaxy S 5 is already water and dust resistant, but the Active will be for those people that are constantly around harsh conditions such as construction sites.
We aren’t sure if this is the final production unit, but we don’t expect the final product to look all that different. Rumors indicate it will be available on AT&T and Sprint.
Hit the break for more images and the hands on video.
New details about the display of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and other upcoming Samsung devices have emerged, along with the expected model number for the device, N910.
The information confirms that the Galaxy Note 4 will have a QHD resolution screen (1,440 x 2,560), but it looks like the screen will be the same size as the Galaxy Note 3, which is 5.7″.
Other rumors about the device include it having a Snapdragon 801 processor and a 20.1MP camera.
While Samsung’s Milk Music service only available for Samsung users, it certainly outdoes the company’s previous offering, Music Hub. Upon its arrival, it appeared Milk Music was about to push Music Hub out the door, and now it looks like that’s true.
We’ve heard a couple rumors about Samsung’s upcoming Google Glass competitor, but it’s not until now that we knew anything about the name. Samsung has filed a trademark for the name “Gear Blink” in its home country of South Korea.
While the trademark doesn’t offer any more details about the device, the name is suggestive of a Glass type device. Not much else is known about the device at this point, but more details are sure to emerge soon.
With AT&T on the brinks of releasing their new HD Voice system which is supposed to vastly improve call quality, today the company announced that they are finally getting the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini, which is to be the first AT&T phone to support the new service.
AT&T announced that they would be releasing their variant of the Galaxy S4 mini way back in October, but while Sprint and Verizon went ahead and released the device, AT&T held off until now. The move is a little unexpected, especially because of the fact that the Galaxy S5 mini is likely to be released in the near future.