So…there’s been much discussion of late about Samsung’s rumoured decision to omit MicroSD card support for its upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus handsets. Opinions are polarized, with some fans of the Note series saying they will look elsewhere for their next phone, while for others (myself included), the lack of MicroSD card support isn’t something we care about (the lack of removable batteries is another matter though). At this point, I think most of us have pretty much accepted that MicroSD card support will not be present, right? But, hold your horses because now there’s a chance that Samsung has decided to include it after all. Read more
The patent battle between Apple and Samsung has resurfaced thanks to a new amicus filing by some of the tech industries heavyweights who are lining up behind Samsung. In the friend of the court briefing, companies like Google, HP, Facebook and others, make an argument we have heard from Samsung in the past. Read more
Last week, we saw the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ head to the FCC for all major carriers in the United States except for Sprint. No one knew exactly why Sprint’s did not go with all the others, but today both phones showed up under model numbers SM-N920P (Galaxy Note 5) and SM-G928P (Galaxy S6 Edge+).
Samsung is currently rolling out the much-anticipated Lollipop update to all unlocked variants of the Galaxy Note 4 located in Chile, Colombia and Uruguay. As far as added functionality goes, this upgrade transports Android 5.0.2 to the handset, in addition to a truckload of bug fixes and stability improvements.
Hit the break for the full changelog.
Samsung has today started rolling out the much-anticipated Lollipop update to all models of the Galaxy S6 located in China and Taiwan. As for as added functionality goes, this upgrade transports Android 5.0.2 to the handset, in addition to a truckload of bug fixes and stability improvements.
According to a new report, Samsung is gearing up to launch its recently-announced high-end smartphone, the Galaxy A8, in its home country on Friday, July 24. The handset is believed to carry a 649,000 Korean Won ($563) price tag and will be available in both white and gold colorways.
Rumor after rumor has leaked about Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S successor, and it’s finally been announced. This announcement was much quieter than last year’s, although this tablet isn’t quite as exciting and groundbreaking as the original Tab S. Read more
The reason why Samsung’s mobile devices have among the best displays in the world is because of its production of televisions. The experience in one helps innovate in the other. Consumers have come to expect clear, vibrant picture quality from Samsung products. Now, the purchase of select Samsung SUHD TVs will reward buyers with a free Galaxy S6.
Someone needs to have a word with the executives at TracFone and Walmart. Total Wireless, a carrier operated by TracFone and available exclusively through Walmart, is attempting to sell customers a device that was released in May 2012. The latest commercial from Total Wireless shows that the Galaxy S III can be purchased for $250.
Correct, a carrier actually thinks that it is completely fine for a phone from three years ago to be
priced at $250 sold in 2015.
With the Galaxy Note 5 right around the corner it leaves many wondering exactly what some of the new features will be. One of them seems to be a brand new S Pen. Although similar to the old S Pen on previous Galaxy Note devices, this one is a lot more shiny. The gold color of it looks very similar to the gold Galaxy S6 Edge as well.