Samsung has been faced with faulty battery issues with the Galaxy Note 7, which ultimately led the company to announce a recall of its flagship phablet and stop sales across the globe. But for folks who still want a Note 7, VentureBeat reports the wait will continue well into October.
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Samsung isn’t giving up on the Galaxy Note 7, even with a huge setback due to a recall. New units are needed for the folks out there who want to stick with the Note 7, and now Samsung has recently announced how owners will be able to tell if their Galaxy ... Read More »
With the Samsung Galaxy S8 looming, today we’re getting another dose of news that could excite potential GS8 owners.
According to unnamed sources speaking with SamMobile, the device model numbers and codenames for next year’s Galaxy S8 flagship smartphones have been revealed. The codenames for the handsets are reportedly ... Read More »
Google has released the Android distribution numbers for the seven-day period ending on September 5, and things are looking good for Marshmallow. Android 6.0 grew over 3.5 percent since last month and it’s now up to 18.7 percent.
Almost one-fifth of the Android market is a large chunk, but we ... Read More »
The S Pen, traditionally a standard accessory for the Galaxy Note smartphone lineup, hasn’t been seen in Samsung’s tablet line for a while. But there’s a new device headed to the market that could signal a change in trends.
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen for the ... Read More »
Samsung is trying to lessen the impact of faulty batteries in Galaxy Note 7 units out in the real world, especially for those who are holding onto their units. One way to do that is to limit the total charge the device’s battery can take.
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Samsung has been utilizing curved screens for awhile now, with the Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy S7 edge leading the charge. The Galaxy Note 7 is championing the feature now, and it looks like Samsung could be ready to spread the wealth to even more phones.
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Android Pay already has support from huge banks in the United States, and now it’s added yet another to the (still growing) list.
Google has officially announced that Android Pay now supports a variety of different cards from Chase Bank. Those include the Visa Sapphire, Freedom, Slate, United Mileage Explorer, and Hyatt Credit Card. ... Read More »
Back in May of this year, Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra officially took the wraps off the Mi Box and confirmed that the 4K Android TV set-top box would launch in the United States “soon.” Now a report from TechCrunch states that Xiaomi could be gearing up to launch the Mi Box soon, and that it ... Read More »
Up to this point, 7-inch tablets appeared to have dropped off the Google radar considering it’s been three years since the company launched the Nexus 7. There’s been the Nexus 9 and Nexus 10, and even the Pixel C, but anyone who has been waiting for a new 7-inch tablet has been left to do ... Read More »