It would appear that AT&T is attempting to steal the spotlight from Google today as it has now started rolling out the long-awaited and very much-anticipated Lollipop update for all its carrier-branded models of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 located in the United States.
Google today at an even in San Francisco introduced two new Android smartphones into the world–the LG-made Nexus 5X and the Huawei-manufactured Nexus 6P. Both devices are impressive handsets, but it goes without saying, the Nexus 6P is Google’s “flagship” model.
Equipped with a massive 5.7-inch Quad HD 2560 x 1440 display, this behemoth rivals Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 in a lot of ways. Hit the break to find out how these two premium devices stack up against each other!
If you’re in the market for Samsung’s latest iteration in its Note lineup, you may want to pin your ears back as independent retailer, Monoprice, has just taken to eBay and kicked off a great sale on the device. For a limited time only, you can pick up a brand new, factory unlocked 32GB LTE model of the Note 5 for $579.99.
It has not been even a year since Samsung launched its Milk Video app and the company is already preparing to draw curtains on it. To break the news, Samsung discreetly updated Milk Video’s listing in Play Store and revealed that the service would be discontinued on November 20, right around the same time it launched last year.
The company’s support for its music streaming service, Milk Music, will continue.
Samsung Pay is finally here. Consumers, as of this morning, now have three major mobile payments services to choose from — Samsung Pay, Android Pay, and Apple Pay. Samsung’s might actually be the best due to it being accepted in the United States more than Google and Apple’s offerings. The company actually used that advantage in a television advertisement that started airing last week. Today, coinciding with the launch of its mobile payments service, Samsung released another ad for Samsung Pay.
Hit the break to watch the video.
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to one of Samsung’s 2015 flagship devices, then this promotion could be of interest. Samsung is offering to pay your monthly installments until the end of 2015 if you upgrade to a Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ or the Note 5. And, if you trade in a qualifying iPhone, the deal gets even better.
Samsung has today launched its latest budget-friendly smartphone, the Galaxy J1 Ace, in India. The handset is available to purchase from the South Korean company’s online portal in either Black, White or Blue hues for INR 6,300 ($95).