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Samsung is set to unveil its all-new Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphone family at a Samsung Unpacked event on Wednesday, August 7th. Fortunately, we already know quite a bit about the smartphone so far, which means that this week's unveil is more of a formality at this point.  Processor Up until a few days ago, we were pretty certain about what would power the Galaxy Note 10; now we're not so sure. While we had originally expected that global versions of the smartphones would get the Samsung Exynos 9825 and U.S. phones would get some variant of the Snapdragon 855, Evan Blass threw a monkey wrench into the rumors late last week. According to Blass, while the global versions of the... Read more...
The Galaxy Note 10 will be the latest in a long line of pen-equipped, large-screen smartphones from Samsung. The original debuted back in 2011 with a massive (for its time) 5.3-inch display. The upcoming Galaxy Note 10, which will launch on August 7th, will reportedly be available in two display sizes: 6.3-inches and 6.75 inches. But we're learning from new reporting that one of the Galaxy Note family's hallmark features could be the primary reason why there hasn't been much design innovation in recent years. This comes from reliable leaker Ice Universe, who explained on Twitter that the existence of the S-Pen, and the space taken up by its silo, means that Samsung is unable to deliver... Read more...
There's not much left to the imagination when it comes to Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 family. Today, the veil is being lifted even higher as we get our first glimpse at the UI confirming the existence of the in-display fingerprint reader. An in-display fingerprint reader has been rumored for Samsung's flagships prior to the launch of the Galaxy S8, but it's finally here with the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. In the images accompanying this article, we can see some nice real-life shot of the Galaxy S10+, which is identifiable because of its dual selfie cameras. You can see the fingerprint graphic towards the bottom of the smartphone between the on-screen call and camera buttons. This... Read more...
When it comes to Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 family of smartphones, we've hit the jackpot today. In two separate leaks, we're getting looks at both the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ from multiple angles. The first leak comes courtesy of the German blog AllAboutSamsung, which has posted the best images yet of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. From the front we can see minimal bezels all around along with a punch hole cutout for the front-facing cameras on the Galaxy S10; the Galaxy S10+ uses a double punch hole cutout since it has two selfie cameras.  Moving around to the back of the phones, you can see a horizontal pod that houses three cameras and an LED lash.... Read more...
Late last week, Samsung announced that it would be holding an event on February 20th to mark the launch of the Galaxy S10 smartphone. The invitations that were sent out left no doubt of Samsung's intentions with a big stylized "10" prominently positioned. Although there were no mentions made about the incoming Galaxy F folding smartphone, we all presumed that the device would also make an appearance at the event. Now, however, Samsung has seemingly confirmed the Galaxy F will launched alongside the Galaxy S10 family in a new blog post. The company has erected a number of billboards in Paris' famed Place de la Concorde, and as Samsung explains, "When translated, the intriguing messages... Read more...
Samsung is set to unveil to the world its latest device on August 9th in New York: the Galaxy Note 9. We already know a lot about the device thanks to multiple leaks. We already know what the Galaxy Note 9 will look like and that Samsung is alleged targeting a very high price for the smartphone. Today, Samsung is teasing the device in the form of three videos that show different aspects of the daily use of a smartphone that the Note 9 will presumably improve on. The videos focus on storage space, battery life, and how fast the smartphone operates. The catchphrase in each of the videos is “A lot can change in a day.” Samsung’s first video shows people dealing with poor battery... Read more...
As is often the case when it comes to such a popular device like Samsung's Galaxy S series, the leaks for the 2018 renditions have been coming in at a fast and furious pace. Today, we have numerous new press images of both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. These are official images from Samsung that will likely be plastered all over the official product pages for the devices once they launch. We see both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in Titanium Gray, Midnight Black, and Lilac Purple thanks to notorious leaker Evan Blass posted below: In case you need large, unmarked versions... pic.twitter.com/d233KC1cI8— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 19, 2018 You're, ahem, missing Titanium Gray ;) pic.twitter.com/fFVdZ5hUoZ—... Read more...
After the device leaked earlier this month, the Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro has officially been revealed. In fact, the fitness wearable was posted a little bit ahead of schedule via Samsung Spain, with the official reveal [perhaps] coming in a few short hours at the Galaxy Note 8 press event. As expected, the Gear Fit 2 Pro features a prominent 1.5-inch curved Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 432x216 and the ability to display 16 million colors. Although there is no information on what processor is being used by the Gear Fit 2 Pro, we do know that it features 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. However, the specifications for the device clearly point out that only 2GB is available to... Read more...
Samsung has begun sending out invitations to members of the press for its next Unpacked event scheduled for August 2, 2016. There will be a livestream of the event beaming out from New York starting at 11:00 AM Eastern, during which time Samsung will unveil its next Galaxy device. Simultaneous launches will take place in Rio de Janeiro at 12:00 PM and in London at 4:00 PM. The South Korean electronics maker confirmed that it's next Galaxy handset will be the Galaxy 7 Note. Wondering what happened to the Galaxy 6 Note? Samsung decided to skip a number for the first time since it started releasing Galaxy smartphones so that its Note phablet series would align with its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge... Read more...
All eyes have been on Samsung and its new mobile boss, D.J. Koh, to see how he would lead the top tier handset maker into a new generation of smartphone products. And today, during Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked 2016 event, all eyes were literally focused on Mr. Koh as he hopped on stage amid a flurry of flashing lights, loud music, and a hazy, dry ice vapor-filled atmosphere all intended to hype the product unveils that would follow, like the much anticipated Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.Be sure to check out our just-postedHands-On Video Demo Of The Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge & Gear 360 VR Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge - Platinum GoldMr. Koh and company wasted no time getting right to it. After... Read more...
Samsung is set to announce its next generation Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones on February 21st. It seems as though not much is being left to the imagination as specs and renders of the smartphones have leaked over the past few weeks, and now we’re learning about an enticing nugget of information for early adopters. Samsung will reportedly give customers that pre-order a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge between February 21st and March 10th a free Gear VR Headset. Now before you brush such a notion off as unbelievable and a bit over-the-top, remember that the Gear VR retails for $99. So it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that Samsung would hope to not only boost early sales figures for... Read more...
Samsung was expecting a miraculous turnaround in its smartphone business with the launch of the Galaxy S6 family, but things didn’t exactly go as planned. Mobile profits are down and sales never quite reached the lofty estimates that Samsung envisioned. The South Korean electronics conglomerate has the opportunity to turn things around with the Galaxy S7, but don’t expect to see a total rethink or change in direction as we saw with the Galaxy S5 to Galaxy S6 transition. Samsung is looking to make some meaningful improvements to the Galaxy S7, and this will mainly be an evolutionary redesign. First and foremost, Samsung is expected to make the Galaxy S7 available in two screen sizes: 5.2 inches... Read more...