Samsung today announced the much anticipated Galaxy Note 5. Samsung hasn’t skimped on this device, packing it with top of the line hardware and a premium user experience. On the other hand, OnePlus recently announced the OnePlus 2, saying it was a “2016 flagship killer,” claiming to offer a better package than any device out there.
We’re pitting the Galaxy Note 5 and OnePlus 2 against each other today, seeing if the OnePlus 2 can live up to its claims on paper.
After announcing the Note 5 and S6 Edge+, Samsung quickly teased a new smartwatch that they’re planning on officially unveiling at IFA early next month. The watch looks completely rounded and more like what some other manufacturers are going for, but the interface looks considerably different from what Samsung ships on their current watches.
Unfortunately, they didn’t go into any details aside from the way it looks and when it will actually be announced, but we should know more in the next few weeks.
Moments ago, Samsung trotted the Galaxy S6 Edge+ onto the stage. Here’s a rundown of what they announced in case you didn’t catch the live video.
After months of rumoring and speculation, Samsung has finally taken the wraps off of their 2015 Galaxy Note device. The announcement came a little earlier in the year than usual, probably to beat the iPhone 6S to market, but I think most people will be happy to get their hands on this thing as soon as possible. Read more
Samsung’s Unpacked event in New York City is about to begin, and the company is getting ready to start live streaming the event. If you weren’t able to go and see the unveiling in-person, you can watch the presentation from the comfort of your own home.
Hit the break to watch the embedded video below.
As Samsung prepares to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ on Thursday, we have found a great deal on the Samsung Galaxy S6 for you. If you hurry, you can buy the 128GB variant of the Galaxy flagship for as low as $599.00.
After reporting 51 percent drop in its first quarter profit, Lenovo has decided to lay off 3,200 staffers, which is roughly five percent of the company’s entire workforce. The Chinese company is hoping to save around $1.35 billion annually from job cuts.
There isn’t long to go until August 13th, the day that Samsung will officially launch the Galaxy Note 5, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and possibly another (as yet) unknown device at its Unpacked event. There’s been a steady stream of leaks in the last few weeks about both devices, and today’s leak is about battery capacity.
Samsung has filed a new patent in Q3 2014 which was recently published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office that will allow a smartphone to display holographic icons. Read more
It looks like Samsung is trying to beat all the leaksters and rumour mongers in giving away the details of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ ahead of its August 13th launch. The Korean conglomerate has taken the matters in its own hands by briefly posting the pre-registration details of the much anticipated devices on its French website.