Yes, Sprint just announced that it is now accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy S5 both in stores and online. Sprint will offer the device in both Charcoal Black and Shimmery White color options, and the big yellow carrier says that the ... Read More »
When Samsung announced its new Gear 2 and Gear Fit wearables last month, it said that the Tizen-powered wearables would launch in April but declined to reveal the prices for either device, saying instead that that information would be revealed at a later date. Now ... Read More »
The biggest problem with Samsung’s smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, was its lack of compatibility. When released, it was only compatible with the Galaxy Note 3. Though the Galaxy S III, S4 and Note II received updates to add compatibility, that’s still only a handful of devices. Everyone without a modern Samsung flagship couldn’t use this ... Read More »
Samsung’s first Galaxy Gear smartwatch was running Android, so it was fairly simple for developers to get started creating apps for the device. With the new Gear series, Samsung has dropped the Galaxy name and Android OS, opting for Tizen instead. This means making apps for developers will be a little more complicated.
Samsung generally likes to release plenty of accessories for its devices. With wearables being all the rage at the moment, it stands to reason that Samsung would want to release as many as possible. While it already has a fitness tracker in the form of the Gear Fit, the price for that is expected to ... Read More »
You would have thought the announcement of the Galaxy S5 last month would have killed this speculation already, but the rumors persisted that Samsung had a possibly metal bodied and higher resolution version of the S5 waiting in the wings for a slightly later launch date.
Samsung has released only one tablet with an AMOLED display in the past. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 was actually a really nice device with a good screen, especially for those of us that enjoy the deep blacks and nice saturation of AMOLED. Sadly, we haven’t seen a single tablet that utilizes taht display technology ... Read More »
Remember Samsung’s new Milk Music streaming app? You should, because it’s definitely a decent service with some interesting ideas (for those who own fairly new Galaxy flagship phones, anyway). Samsung has another trick up its sleeve, though. The company has partnered with All Def Digital (ADD) for a new radio station inside the app.
The KitKat rollout for Samsung’s line of devices hasn’t exactly been fast lately, but another device has received the update here in the US. This time it’s the T-Mobile Galaxy S4, joining its big bother the Note 3 with the newest version of Android. Although it’s not a huge update, it’s an important one.