In March of this year, Samsung made its own mobile payments option official with Samsung Pay. Now a few months later, the service is now available in the United States for those with the appropriate devices. Samsung’s even throwing in a free accessory offer for good measure.
Last month, Samsung launched an Ultimate Test Drive promotion to tempt iPhone owners to go Galaxy. That offer left Android users out in the cold, but now Samsung has a new promo that we can take advantage of.
The battle for the hardcore VR market draws ever nearer with Oculus, HTC Vive and the now officially named PlayStation VR, but for the more causal VR enthusiast, Google Cardboard has been really the only sensible option to date and thankfully didn’t require more than a $20 investment.
Samsung is no stranger to strange smartphone designs. The company has released Android-based high end flip phones, devices with gently curved displays, and now devices with sharp curves in the sides of the display. Screens are Samsung’s specialty.
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You thought you’d never hear about this device again, but it’s back in the spotlight, probably for the final time. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play edition was a device that was part of an effort to make smartphones available with stock Android instead of the skin that comes on the regular models. However, the ... Read More »
Though things have improved in recent times, the mobile phone world is still caught in a massive specs race. As a result, manufacturers are continuously looking for ways to pack more into their devices. Samsung has just introduced a new DDR4 variant of RAM that will allow the company to do just that.
Much like the Amazon Fire line, Barnes & Noble used to sell NOOK-branded Android tablets modified with a custom interface specifically for consuming B&N media. But unlike the Amazon Fire line, the NOOK didn’t do so well and was cancelled. Now the NOOK line is back, but with a less proprietary approach this time around.
Samsung has a big presence at this year’s IFA event in Berlin. It’s currently showing off the brand new Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic smartwatches, but that’s not enough for the company. It now wants you to keep your attention turned to October, when it plans on announcing yet another new thing.
Like another company that shall not be named, Samsung kept its last iteration of smart wearables locked to its own ecosystem. So while owners of an HTC, Motorola, or LG smartphone may have wanted to use one of Samsung’s non-Android Wear wearables, it simply wasn’t in the cards.