Android 5.0 Lollipop continues its rollout, and another Samsung-branded smartphone is the latest addition to the ranks.
On Tuesday, March 24, AT&T confirmed that its variant of the Galaxy Note 4 will begin receiving the over the air (OTA) update of Android 5.0 today. The update itself weighs in at just over 1GB, so Galaxy ... 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 »
Continuing its long-standing tradition of releasing blingy fashion accessories, Samsung has announced its latest line of accessories for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The company’s old partner Swarovski returns, ano it’s joined by Burton, Montblanc, Rebecca Minkoff, and Romero Britto.
As you can expect from such names, the accessories aren’t really normal cases. They feature designs, ... Read More »
Remember the rumor that Samsung was having trouble with the Snapdragon 810? It was said that the Snapdragon 810 was overheating and Samsung would skip the processor to prevent that. Read More »
AT&T has announced that it will begin carrying the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini on March 20. The Galaxy S5 mini is a smaller, mid-range version of last year’s Samsung flagship. It features a 4.5-inch 720p display, 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB storage plus microSD card slot, 8-megapixel ... Read More »
A new report from The Korea Times states that mobile carriers have pre-ordered more than 20 million of Samsung’s new flagships, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. After a reveal at Mobile World Congress and ... Read More »
Last month we saw several versions of the Galaxy S5 get their Android 5.0 updates. Now that it’s a new month, it’s time for a new Galaxy device to get a Lollipop treat.
Des Smith says that the T-Mobile version of the Read More »
It seems like most people are pretty happy with the direction Samsung is heading in with the new Galaxy S6. With a far more premium construction and less bloat to slow things down, the device has had a lot of praise heaped on it. However, with no removable battery or external storage, ... Read More »
Trusted technology research and advisory company Gartner has released its latest smartphone market share report today, and while the numbers spell bad news for Samsung (as bad as being the number two smartphone manufacturer in the world can be), Android is still on the rise globally.
According to Gartner, Samsung was ousted ... Read More »
Qualcomm Snapdragon chips are pretty much the standard here in the U.S. Almost all mobile devices use some level of Snapdragon, whether it be an all powerful Snapdragon 810 or a lowly Snapdragon 410 for budget devices. However, it hasn’t always been this way. Samsung used to use its own in-house Exynos chips with great results ... Read More »