Good news, folks! It looks like Galaxy S6 Edge+ owners won’t be waiting much longer for Marshmallow to hit T-Mobile variants of the device, as the carrier has begun rolling out the latest update.
A CPU-Z screenshot has been recovered by Phone Arena from someone claiming to be a worker for Samsung. The screenshot gives us some details on what to expect for the Galaxy Note 6.
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile have added three new budget-friendly smartphones to their wireless service. The list includes the Kyocera Hydro REACH, the Samsung Galaxy J7, and the LG Stylo 2.
Unlike other mobile payments services, Samsung Pay has thrived since launching last year. The company’s own mobile payments service is supported by more merchants worldwide because of its ability to work with old and new terminals. Additionally, the company has offered big promotions for anyone who uses Samsung. Support and incentives are what has allowed Samsung Pay to be successful despite only working on Samsung’s phones.
On Friday, Samsung rolled out a new promotion for anyone who has Samsung Pay but never used it.
Before the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge were announced, Samsung was rumored to be working on its own version of Apple Live Photos. Leading up to the event at MWC 2016, Talk Android confirmed that the feature’s debut was imminent. Samsung’s Motion Photo is live on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, but the company didn’t speak about it at launch nor have they promoted it in the slightest. That could be because the media would declare it a copycat of an Apple product or Samsung intends to do more with Motion Photo in the future.
Motion Photo is indeed live on Samsung’s 2016 flagship, so we’re going to explain the way it works and how to get it set up on your phone.
Rumors and leaks pertaining to Samsung’s next iteration Note smartphone are just beginning to heat up. A few weeks back, we heard a rumor that the Galaxy Note 6 will release in July ahead of when it normally does, which is usually at the IFA trade show. Today, the model numbers for Galaxy Note 6 variants were spotted online.
So it’s time for you to choose your next phone. LG, HTC, and Samsung all have new flagships for 2016 that are worthy of your consideration. The word “premium” is associated with these three, but each holds unique qualities. With the G5, you’re getting an innovative modular design that has never been implemented for a mainstream device. The Galaxy S7, though, goes back to what you’re familiar with by including a big battery and a microSD card slot within a sleek glass and metal body. Then there’s the the HTC 10, boasting a gorgeous design that masks the beastly internal specifications. It really makes it seem like you just can’t go wrong with any of these.
If you’re finding it difficult to decide which phone is right for you, check out the rundown we put together. It’s a straightforward comparison of the G5, HTC 10, and Galaxy S7.
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At MWC 2016, Samsung and LG launched their 2016 flagships. The Galaxy S7 and G5 are both available right now, so consumers have a tough choice to make even if the HTC 10 isn’t an appealing option. These giants from South Korea are annually the go-to for many, and we’ve put together a rundown between the Galaxy S7 and G5 to make the comparison clear.
Hit the break for the rundown.