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Samsung is riding high following the debut of its flagship Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones. But while the Galaxy S5’s launch in early 2014 was joined by the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches, a new smartwatch offering did not join the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge onstage. That was surprising for a company that released six smartwatches in the past 14 months and “still leads the smart band market” according to Canalys. Samsung and LG were the first to bring Android Wear devices to consumers, but while LG has made a significant leap from the lackluster G Watch to recently announced Watch Urbane, Samsung’s... Read more...
No rest for the weary -- hot on the heels of technically losing (but really winning) a patent infringement trial brought forth by Apple, Samsung is supposedly gearing up to further flesh out its tablet family with the addition of the Galaxy Tab S. Word on the web is that the Galaxy Tab S will come in two display sizes -- an 8.4-inch model and a 10.5-inch SKU. Both will be the first tablets to sport an AMOLED display with a WQXGA resolution (2560x1600). Samsung clearly isn't messing around here. While the South Korean electronics maker has taken advantage of this display technology in its smartphones... Read more...
Talk about closing out the year with a bang. The CyanogenMod team has plenty of reason to celebrate going into 2014, not the least of which is notching over 10 million downloads of its installer software to date, according to the CyanogenMod stats page. The most popular version so far is the Nightly-10.1 build -- it's been downloaded more than 1.1 million times alone. Samsung Galaxy S device owners have proven the most eager to try out CyanogenMod's installer. Collectively, this group of users has installed CyanogenMod on over half a million Galaxy S handsets, followed by the Galaxy S II with just... Read more...
Samsung's Galaxy line of smartphones are highly regarded among Android users and a large reason why the South Korean handset maker is able to give Apple a run for its money. At the same time, if there's one complaint that Samsung has yet to fully address, it's that some people feel there's too much plastic in the construction, giving phones like the Galaxy S4 a cheaper feel than, say, an iPhone 5 or the all-aluminum HTC One. If the rumors are true, then it would appear Samsung has heard your complaints and will address them in the next iteration of the Galaxy S. As the rumor goes, the Galaxy S5,... Read more...
This is something the folks running Mobile World Congress won't be happy about. Rather than using the year's largest mobile show to unveil the next generation Galaxy S smartphone, Samsung is doing something that more and more companies are doing: throwing its own party. The Galaxy Note 8.0 is likely to be Samsung's flagship reveal in Barcelona, while the item that most everyone was truly waiting on (the GSIV) will be revealed to the masses in its own event in New York City next month. The date is March 14th, and you can bet that Samsung's monster marketing budget will extend to push this thing... Read more...
Like many companies, Samsung is gearing up for CES 2013. There has been plenty of speculation as to when Samsung will officially unveil the follow up to its flagship Galaxy S III smartphone. Most rumors suggest Samsung will unveil the phone either at CES in January or at Mobile World Congress in February. Although details are relatively sparse, Samsung is trying to increase buzz surrounding the company's upcoming announcement(s) for CES with the release of a new video. Some people are speculating the video alludes to a new phone while others wonder if it could be a completely different product... Read more...
New rumors suggest Samsung may be planning to reveal the successor to its very popular Galaxy S III smartphone at CES in January. Referred to as the Galaxy S IV, the new smartphone is said to have a 5-inch full HD AMOLED display with a pixel density of 441 pixels-per-inch. This display could support a resolution of 1920 x 1080. Screen size is a definite focus among many Android smartphone manufacturers today. Given that Samsung's competition in the smartphone market such as HTC, Sony, and LG have announced and/or launched 5-inch full HD displays, it's not hard to believe Samsung is working on something... Read more...
Sprint is the first wireless carrier in the US to offer the Android 4.1.1. Jelly Bean update to Galaxy S III customers. With the update, users will get new and enhanced TouchWiz features as well as the expanded functionality of Jelly Bean. The update is now being delivered to devices automatically over the air; users will be prompted to install the update once the download is complete.   Jelly Bean promises a "smoother, faster and more fluid experience." Some of the new and expanded features include Google Now, expandable and actionable notifications, and Android Beam. You'll also get new... Read more...
T-Mobile may be getting another Galaxy S device from Samsung next week. A recently leaked press-ready image of the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q suggests the companies may be preparing for a launch. Rumors have suggested the phone could launch as early as next Wednesday, August 15. Although the phone hasn't been formally announced, there are plenty of rumors and speculation as to the specifications of this phone. The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q is said to have a 4-inch 720p HD display as well as a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor. Other key specs include 1GB of RAM, 16GB of onboard memory, and... Read more...
Just yesterday, we told you about AT&T's plan to offer the Galaxy S III in stores on July 6. Not wanting to leave its customers hanging, Verizon Wireless also announced availability of this hot new smartphone. The Galaxy S III will be available in Verizon Wireless stores and online starting July 10. The Galaxy S III offers high-speed mobile browsing through the carrier's 4G LTE network which is currently available in 304 markets across the United States. By the end of this year, Verizon Wireless plans to offer 4G LTE service in 400 markets covering 260 million people. Verizon Wireless customers... Read more...
It's no secret that Samsung's Galaxy S III has been a huge hit among Android fans. As a result, the company is already predicting impressive sales numbers. In July, Samsung expects sales of the latest Galaxy smartphone to surpass 10 million. Of course this is on a global scale, not just in the United States. What's remarkable is that the Galaxy S III has the potential to hit the 10-million milestone within two months of its launch. Samsung began offering the Galaxy S III in Europe on May 29. The phone was released to U.S. carriers last week. Yesterday, Samsung began offering the phone in its home... Read more...
Although Samsung has already made it known that the company won't be announcing the highly-anticipated Galaxy S III smartphone at Mobile World Congress this year, that hasn't stopped specs of this hot phone from leaking onto the web.   One of the reasons Samsung isn't planning to announce the Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress is because it wants to shorten the gap between announcing the phone and actually launching it around the world. When the time comes, Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy S III in over 50 markets or cities simultaneously. Some of the reported specs for the Samsung Galaxy... Read more...
Samsung took the wraps off of another new smartphone in the Galaxy S line. The new Galaxy S Advance appears to be a mid-range handset that features specs that fall between the original Galaxy S and the more recent Galaxy S II. Some of the key features of the Galaxy S Advance include a dual core 1GHz processor, HSPA 14.4 Mbps connectivity, 4-inch Super AMOLED display (480x800), 768MB of RAM, up to 16GB of onboard storage, and a 5MP rear-facing camera. When it launches, the phone will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. This phone will be available in Russia in February followed by a gradual roll out in... Read more...
Android fragmentation issues around Ice Cream Sandwich continue to surface as more handset manufacturers issue decisions regarding their recent flagship products. Today, Samsung announced that despite user outcry, ICS wouldn't be coming to either the Samsung Galaxy S or the original Galaxy Tab. Both devices use a Samsung Exynos 3110 CPU, a PowerVR SGX540 GPU, and feature 512MB of RAM. The company released a statement on the Korean SamsungTomorrow webpage; we've taken the liberty of cleaning up Google's automated translation a bit. It reads: RAM and ROM capacity and available memory are particularly... Read more...
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