Many people have been asking about updates to the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note II. Apparently it’s a very popular device, and with its good specs and serious power under the hood, I am not surprised. Thankfully, the many owners of this device are getting a treat from Samsung and AT&T, because the device is being updated to ... Read More »
Samsung used to be known for making the best mobile processors in the world. Back in the days of the Hummingbird and the original Exynos 4, Samsung was unbeatable, and frankly, Qualcomm had nothing good to offer. Things are very different today, with Qualcomm chips performing admirably and Samsung chips disappearing from the US market.
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It’s long been rumored that Samsung would be bolstering its smart watch lineup with something running Android Wear. Despite having many Tizen-powered devices already on the market, an Android Wear smart watch was coming. And now Samsung has announced it for all to see, and it’s called the Samsung Gear Live.
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When Samsung announced the Galaxy S5 LTE-A, we were a bit disappointed. The device was better than the original Galaxy S5 in every way, including a 5.1-inch QHD display and a Snapdragon 805 processor, but it won’t be available in the US. ... Read More »
We’ve all heard the Band-Aid joke, and we’ve all seen the photos. When the Samsung Galaxy S5 launched, people felt that the back of the Copper Gold version looks like a Band-Aid. It was a funny joke back then, but fanboys took it to such extremes that it became tired just 24 hours later. When you see people posting that ... Read More »
Things just got interesting in the wearables world. According to a new report from CNET, Samsung is planning to show off a new smartwatch powered by Android Wear at next week’s Google I/O conference. For nearly a year, Samsung has been creating its own smartwatches, initially powered by Android, but then switching to Tizen. With ... Read More »
Samsung has been on fire with these updates lately. We know that KitKat 4.4.2 was released quite a while ago by now, but most companies don’t support older devices whatsoever. But Samsung is pushing out new updates for old devices constantly, and today is no different. Samsung and Verizon are updating both the Galaxy S ... Read More »
Samsung is known for supporting old devices well. The Samsung Galaxy S II was updated from Gingerbread all the way up to Jelly Bean 4.1, with many smaller updates in between, giving it a lifespan of almost two years. However, it looks like the Galaxy S III will beat that record by quite a bit. ... Read More »
Samsung Accelerator, a part of Samsung, has released a new launcher for Android devices called Terrain Home. Unlike most of Samsung’s work, this launcher is actually pretty basic in terms of styling. It’s holo-esque and follows some Android design guidelines, like the new refresh animation found in Google Now. But it has a pretty unique ... Read More »
Once again, the rumor mill produced a bit of truth. Samsung has now announced a new model of the Galaxy S5 for Korea that features some improved specs over the original model. The new model is dubbed the Galaxy S5 LTE-A, and as you might suspect, it supports LTE-A connectivity. Some of the boosted specs ... Read More »