Android 5.1.1 may not be a big enough release to get its own press release, but that hasn’t kept it out of the news cycle anyway. And for one lucky Galaxy S6 edge owner, looking forward to some new software on their flagship smartphone.
According to a post found within the xda developers forum, ... Read More »
While a codename generally never makes it to the public, it’s always interesting to hear what a specific device — especially a high-profile one — is being called behind the walls at a company’s headquarters.
According to a report recently published by SamMobile, Samsung has given the next Galaxy Note phablet the codename of “Project Noble.” ... Read More »
After the success of its new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung has reclaimed its title as the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer. After Apple took the top spot, it seemed to be a wake up call for Samsung, indicating that it needed to do something different with this ... Read More »
Though Samsung has a smart watch on the market with Android Wear, many other models are powered by its own Tizen operating system. Even the original Galaxy Gear, powered by Android at release, was updated to Tizen to many owners dismay. But it looks like the great folks at ... Read More »
While Samsung wasn’t technically the first company to launch a smartwatch, it was one of the first to jump on the fancy wearable bandwagon. The company has been rather quiet ever since Apple has taken the wraps off its own watch, but that looks to be changing soon, as the company has just announced that it ... Read More »
A lot of different companies are linked to a single smartphone, despite the fact that when the phone lands on store shelves, just a single logo usually finds its way onto the body. This is especially true with the parts that are installed under the hood. Qualcomm has typically relied on chip manufacturer TSMC to piece ... Read More »
On Monday, April 20, Samsung decided it was about time to introduce a new series of tablets to the world. The company has just announced the Galaxy Tab A series, which will make its debut on a pair of models: one with a 8-inch display, and the other with a 9.7-inch display.