Yesterday, Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab A lineup in Russia, and today, thanks to SamMobile, we can download the full set of official wallpapers that come preloaded on the slates.
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The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be one of the hottest devices on the market when it launches around the world next month. Millions of consumers will rush to purchase the device that takes Samsung in a new direction. The Galaxy S6 features a metal and glass body, two materials that just scream high-end. With that high-end look, however, comes concerns with how durable the device is. That is why protecting the Galaxy S6 will be important for many consumers.
Samsung is now pushing out the long-awaited Lollipop update to all unlocked models of the Note 4 located in the UK. The 729.59MB upgrade transports the latest build of the Android operating system to the handset, in addition to a handful of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations.
At a surprisingly low-key event in Russia earlier today, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Tab A lineup, which includes two new tablets — an 8-inch and a 9.7-inch. The slates will be available to purchase in both blue and gold colorways when they launch in the United States later this year.
It was revealed yesterday that the Android 5.0 update on the Sony Xperia Z3 did not introduce the camera features from stock Android. Known as the Camera2 API, these features introduce the likes of RAW image capture and some other crucial features. It has now been revealed that even the Samsung Galaxy S6 , Galaxy S6 Edge and the HTC One M9 are missing these Camera2 API features.
It’s pretty rare to see an Android device that doesn’t get rooted at some point in it’s life cycle, and it looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S6 isn’t going to escape that fate. Chainfire’s famous root method has already been confirmed to work on T-Mobile Galaxy S6 and its Edge variant, and those devices aren’t publicly available yet.
Bad news for Galaxy S 5 owners in Canada; Rogers is the latest carrier to stop pushing out their Lollipop update to Samsung’s GS5. After some reported issues of boot looping and other problems, it looks like the carrier has indefinitely suspended the update with no time frame on when you can expect it to start back up.
The amount of tablets released by Samsung over the last two years has been insane. Many thought that last year’s Galaxy Tab S would put an end to that because of its impressive specifications and price. That belief is clearly wrong as the company is moving forward with new tablets. The Galaxy Tab A Plus will start the next step for Samsung’s tablet strategy and it just slid through the FCC here in the United States with the model number SM-P350. The variant here is WiFi-only.
Starting today, a software update is rolling out to owners of the Galaxy S 4 located in the United Kingdom. The software update overhauls the device with Lollipop and the specific version here is Android 5.0.1. Remember that this is strictly for those in the United Kingdom. Other markets, including the United States, are seeing extremely slow arrivals of the latest version of Android.
Next month, the upcoming Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be available around the world. Consumers in Italy, though, can pre-order either one of the two Samsung handsets starting today with an arrival scheduled for April 10. Opting to pre-order prior to April 30 will include a wireless charging kit at no extra cost. The Italian version of Samsung’s site shows the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge being offered in each of the color options announced at the devices’ debut.