We’re just under a month before the alleged Galaxy S7 unveiling and a new leak may have just confirmed the device’s hardware specs.
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Samsung may be planning to launch a program that would allow customers to upgrade their device(s) every year.
Samsung appears to be sticking to the commitment it made in August 2015 when it vowed to distribute monthly security updates to its flagship smartphones to prevent them from being open to any major intrusions, like the Stagefright vulnerability which infected over 20,000 devices last year or the Heartbleed loophole that shook the Android ecosystem back in 2014, as the South Korean company has started pushing out Google’s latest security patch for the Galaxy S6 trio and the Galaxy Note 5.
According to SamMobile, Samsung could release all of its apps on Apple’s platform before the end of the year, also said to be working on a Gear Fit Manager for iOS.
Wearables. Huge companies are spending millions in marketing to make it seem like you need one. Smartwatches, fitness trackers, smart bracelets, smart rings, and more are just some of the types of wearables you might see. I personally didn’t think any of these items would be useful, but not to be ignorant with my opinion I decided to buy one to find out the truth about living with one.
We’ve been waiting and waiting for something official from Samsung about when we can expect some of their flagship devices to finally be updated to Android 6.0, and while there’s still nothing official from the company, a leaked roadmap seems to indicate that the first round of upgrades should happen in February. Keep in mind that the first set of leaks said updates should’ve happened back in December, so take everything with a grain of salt. Read more