announced a deal with the National Basketball Association, which will bring their tablets and TVs courtside. The three-year deal will make Samsung the official TV and tablet sponsor for the NBA, and increase their brand recognition in the sports world.
Samsung released details on the Android 4.3 Premium Suite update earlier today. At the time it was said the update would be arriving for several devices including the Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II. Of course, as we expect -- the timing of the update depends on the individual carriers. Anyway, while the changelog has yet to hit the Verizon website, Samsung has detailed the update for the Verizon Galaxy S 4.
Samsung has announced Galaxy Gear support for the Galaxy S 4, Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III smartphones. The smartwatch support will be a part of the Premium Suite update, which will also have your handset bumped to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. According to details coming from Samsung, this update will be arriving over the "coming weeks."
Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids edition tablet back in late-August. At the time they offered some specs and details on the tablet itself, but kept the pricing and release details to a minimum. Well, it looks like Samsung has returned with some further detail for those in the US market. In short, pre-orders will be opening soon.
Samsung's latest Galaxy Round smartphone oddity.
Samsung high-end devices who are itching to get their hands on the latest Android 4.3 version might now have their need satiated, that is if the devices were purchased from AT&T. Several builds for Samsung's Android 4.3 update have been leaked and are ready to serve the AT&T Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy Note II.
reportedly ready to start production on a 64-bit chipset, which many believe to be for the next Galaxy S device. In a conference call, the head of Samsung’s System LSI division said they were ready to start production soon, and that he chips would allow for a large amount of RAM, and be ready next year.
a leaked document, a survey included with the Android 4.3 rollout info wants to know why Galaxy Gear devices are being returned.