Samsung’s Galaxy S6 edge may be an interesting device on its own thanks to its dual-edged display, but what happens when you strap a knife handle to it?
Turns out, Samsung wanted to find out, even if it is just for fun as an early April Fools’ Day joke, and just in images. The ... Read More »
Leading up to the launch of Samsung’s newest flagship, the Galaxy S6, there were were a lot of rumors that suggested Samsung was going to tweak the software and tone down the inclusion of apps so the device wasn’t bloated out of the box. That turned out to be true compared to previous ... Read More »
It was just yesterday when a series of images that reportedly showcased a Galaxy S6 out in the wild broke the surface, and now even more images have managed to find their way online, allegedly showing the handset out in the wild.
This time around, the Galaxy S6 is tagging along with the Galaxy ... Read More »
Big news out of Samsung today that puts the success of their Galaxy S series devices into perspective. When combining sales for the original Galaxy S, S II and S III, sales of Samsung’s S series devices have officially topped 100 million globally.
There’s no denying Samsung’s impact on Android as a whole. For many ... Read More »
MetroPCS announced two new 4G LTE devices yesterday, but they had something perhaps even more interesting at their booth at the Pepcom media event last night.
So what’s so special about this phone? Well Samsung has added an extendable antenna to this Galaxy S class phone that allows you to tune in to ... Read More »
Samsung’s fourth quarter numbers for 2011 are in, and they are impressive to say the least.
Fueled by the 300 million phones sold in 2011, an estimated 32 million smartphones in the fourth quarter alone, Samsung beat out analyst’s predictions with a $4.5 billion quarterly operating profit.
Samsung also made a profit by selling their ... Read More »
In the battle for smartphone supremacy, one tactic used against Android is to question how many individual devices are sold instead of considering the operating system as a whole. It’s true that, for the most part, very few single Android devices make a huge dent in the overall marketshare. The original Droid was one of ... Read More »
Nearly lost amongst news of the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Note this morning, Samsung has also announced the next generation in their Galaxy PMP series: the Galaxy WiFi 3.6.
Named for its 3.6-inch HVGA display, the Galaxy WiFi 3.6 is a WiFi-only device featuring Android 2.3, TouchWiz, a 1 ... Read More »
It was just four days ago now, August 15th, when evidence surfaced online proving Apple had manipulated pictures of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 in a submission to the German court system. Essentially, Apple altered a picture of a Galaxy Tab to be the same size as the iPad. The argument has been made that ... Read More »
The next generation of smartphones is on its way, and one of Android’s advantages is definitely the wide selection of handsets that its open platform provides. After writing about the main features of the HTC Sensation, it came to my attention that most of you were comparing that device to the Samsung Galaxy S ... Read More »