Samsung has seen great success with the launch of its Galaxy S8 flagship smartphone, but the company has further plans for the S8 line. Now revealed in an image leak, we can see Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 Active, a more rugged version of the Galaxy S8. While the device will likely ... Read More »
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Mother’s Day is around the corner and T-Mobile has a hot deal for its customers. For a limited time, the Un-carrier is offering a buy one, get one free deal on the Samsung Galaxy S8. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are Samsung’s latest flagship devices, packing powerful specs and a myriad ... Read More »
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Buying one smartphone and getting another one free is a pretty good deal, so for anyone that’s been thinking about picking up a Galaxy S8 from Samsung and happens to be a T-Mobile subscriber (or is willing to become one), you may want to wait another day before making the jump.
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The red screen tint on the Samsung Galaxy S8 is slowly being remedied via software update. The update is adding a setting for screen color balance, which should let you adjust the tint via software to get rid of the red tint. The keyword is should, as it may not help if ... Read More »
Samsung has announced that unlocked models of the S8 and S8+ are available for pre-order beginning today, May 9. Both models will ... Read More »
When you have a device like the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ from Samsung, getting offered a kit of free stuff might feel like an embarrassment of riches. So if you’ve been on the fence about buying Samsung’s latest flagship phone, maybe a free Entertainment Kit will sway you on the side ... Read More »
Ahead of the launch of the Galaxy S8, Samsung confirmed that while there would be the built-in Bixby features present, the voice actions would not be making the cut on April 21. For those in South Korea, the wait is now over, as reported by ZDNet.
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If you’ve been using technology for a while, burn-in is nothing new to you. It occurs when an image stays on-screen long enough to permanently show, even when the image changes. Though some types of displays are more sensitive to burn-in than others, it’s a phenomenon that can happen to almost any display. OLED displays are ... Read More »