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Samsung will announce their first attempt at a smartwatch is quickly approaching. September 4th is when they'll take the IFA stage in Berlin and unveil the new Galaxy Note III as well as their upcoming Galaxy Gear smartwatch. We've heard countless reports on specs already, but today we're getting two more important ones. Internal storage, and battery life.
Samsung Galaxy MEGA smartphone sits right on the edge of ridiculous, but in a way it's pretty awesome. Samsung's known for launching smartphones with big screens, as they were one of the first to be successful in the "phablet" category with the Galaxy Note. This time around they've taken things up a notch and the 6.3-inch MEGA barely fits in my pants pocket. Read on to see our full thoughts on this mid-range smartphone on AT&T.
Samsung has yet to reveal the Galaxy Note III, however it looks like some accessories have already come available for purchase. These aren't official Samsung products and that does give us some reason for hesitation, but two Galaxy Note III accessories have recently been spotted on Amazon from two different sellers.
Samsung offers any official details on the Galaxy S5, however it looks like the rumor mill is already beginning to churn. A recent report on the Korean language ETnews brings talk of the chassis and production. The talk circles around the handset possibly having a metal chassis.
Galaxy Note III is set to be the star of the show and dominate the market of bigger than usual devices, and today we've just learned our first concrete info for a possible release date.
Galaxy Note III to be announced during IFA along with the Galaxy Gear. A Samsung executive recently confirmed the Galaxy Gear would be announced on September 4 and now it looks like some images of the Galaxy Note III have surfaced. The pics are numerous and include shots of the front and back of the display. And just to clarify, this is another parts related leak.
Galaxy Note III. A source has revealed that the new phablet will be able to shoot videos in 4K, something which may placate would-be buyers who were greeted by a disappointing news yesterday.
Samsung isn't worried about, and is pushing the limits with each new smartphone they release. From a 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II, to their brand new Samsung Galaxy MEGA series with huge 5.8 and 6.3-inch displays. Today we're taking a look at the newly released on AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega.
Samsung, and today some reports have started floating around that they'll have an impressive camera early next year. Sometime around March they look to finally employ their new 16 megapixel mobile camera setup with optical image stabilization. Could this be the Galaxy S5?