Samsung hasn’t marketed its Galaxy S5 as being ruggedized, but perhaps it should. Recently, we showed you a drop test in which the Galaxy S5 held up almost perfectly. The same team over at TechSmartt decided to put the ... Read More »
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Sprint customers, your Samsung Galaxy S5 pre-order is here.
Yes, Sprint just announced that it is now accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy S5 both in stores and online. Sprint will offer the device in both Charcoal Black and Shimmery White color options, and the big yellow carrier says that the ... Read More »
First AT&T, then U.S. Cellular and now T-Mobile. Yes, with just a few weeks to go before the Samsung Galaxy S5′s launch, the carrier pre-order announcements are coming hard and fast.
T-Mobile is the latest to share its pre-sale plans, revealing that its GS5 will be made ... Read More »
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You would have thought the announcement of the Galaxy S5 last month would have killed this speculation already, but the rumors persisted that Samsung had a possibly metal bodied and higher resolution version of the S5 waiting in the wings for a slightly later launch date.
JK Shin, CEO of Samsung, ... Read More »
Samsung’s newest flagship, the Galaxy S5, is supposed to launch here at Mobile World Congress today. In fact, we’re only hours from the official event which will unveil the device, and so far, we’ve had very few leaks of the physical product. We’ve seen the back through a case, and we’ve seen a few renders ... Read More »
The Samsung flagship has launched in two different models around the world for many years. There was always the Exynos model (3G only) and the Snapdragon model with LTE. The difference between these devices has been the processor, while the rest of the hardware stayed the same. But we may be looking at a bigger ... Read More »
We’re now less than two weeks away from Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event, and this morning the company kicked its hype train into high gear.
Samsung has taken to its official blog to share the image you see above, which features the same “Unpacked” with a superscript ... Read More »
Samsung has kept up a pretty consistent release cycle for its flagship smartphones in recent years, debuting new Galaxy S hardware in the spring followed by a new Galaxy Note in the fall. It looks like 2014 won’t be any different; ... Read More »