Samsung Galaxy S6 a bigger loss for Qualcomm than expected

It was in January this year when Qualcomm divulged that a major manufacturer had backed out of using their new Snapdragon 810 processors/chipsets, something that would negatively impact their bottom line for the quarter, if not the year. They did not name the company, but Samsung had made an announcement that they would be using their own Exynos processors for this year’s flagship, the Galaxy S6. It’s not that difficult to put two and two together.

Samsung releases their first omnidirectional wireless speaker

For audiophiles and those who want to show off their sweet multi-media set-up at their pad, the speaker placement can sometimes cause much stress and debate (if you live with other people). The perfect placement, that "sweet spot" (aurally speaking), the limited space to place everything in, all contribute to problems and challenges of having the perfect media room. Samsung says they have found the solution to this problem with their first omnidirectional wireless speaker called the Wireless Audio Radiant 360 R7.

Mophie, ZeroLemon release battery cases for Galaxy S6

Do you remember the last time you went out of the house for a whole day and never needed to recharge your smartphone or to use an external battery or battery case to juice it up? Well, neither can we. The battery conundrum continues to haunt OEMs everywhere. But that just means it's good news (not to consumers) for accessory makers who continue to churn out extended battery devices. With the imminent arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S6, Mophie and ZeroLemon have also announced their new battery cases.

S6 Edge bends under same pressure as iPhone 6 Plus

When the big screen iPhone 6 Plus came out, some buyers learned the hard way that you have to be careful how you carry the smartphone in the pocket. The larger iPhone was bending under pressure and testing by Square trade found that it took about 100 pounds of pressure to permanently bend the iPhone 6 Plus.

Android 5.0 Lollipop rolls out to Verizon Galaxy Note 4

Never doubted the Galaxy Note 4 is getting the Android 5.0 Lollipop. It's just a matter of waiting for the official rollout from mobile carriers and in different countries. We've seen a preview already and that it after being updated to Android 5.0, it will soon receive the Android 5.0.1 version. A couple of months ago, the sweet update was received in Poland and just last week, AT&T's Galaxy Note 4 got the Lollipop as well.

Here’s yet another Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Drop Test

A recent water test has already proven that the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is water-resistant but not waterproof. The smartphone is also faster than the iPhone 6 when compared in a speed test. We know the phone is rough and tough too after surviving that brutal drop test. We agreed that there is a more proper and scientific way to stress test a phone--the same way OPPO tested the OPPO R5 and OPPO N3. But you know, there are geeks who find joy in abusing some gadgets.

AnTuTu names Top10 Performance Smartphones for Q1 of 2015

It's April 1. Nope. No April Fool's Day joke from us. We were just reminded that the first quarter of the year is over. This means performance and financial reports will be released in the next few weeks or days. As expected, software benchmarking tool AnTutu was quick to release the best performance report for Android smartphones.

Samsung announces Galaxy BLADE edge: Chef’s Edition

Samsung lovers still can't get enough of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge. The two phones have yet to be released in the market this coming April 10 and by now, I'm pretty sure you know where and when to get them. We've been hearing a lot of great reviews about the latest Galaxy flagship pair and hardcore Android fans are already anticipating for D-Day. But for those who are not impressed by the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, at least not yet, then maybe this new phone will make you salivate. Meet the Samsung Galaxy BLADE edge: Chef’s Edition--the latest and probably the most kick-ass and sharpest device designed by the South Korean giant ever.

Water test shows Galaxy S6 edge is water-resistant, not waterproof

After seeing that brutal harsh test yesterday, we're pretty convinced that the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is really tough. Another test even showed us that it's faster than the iPhone 6.  The smartphone is not mainly a rugged phone because the South Korean giant has the Galaxy S6 Active coming soon all rugged and waterproof. Unlike the Galaxy S5 model, both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are not officially waterproof/water-resistant but this water test proves otherwise, sort of.

Get a preview of your next device with the Galaxy S6 Experience app

If you're still on the fence about whether or not you'll be getting the Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge as your new device. there's an app for that now that might help you decide. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Experience has one main purpose only and that is to give you a preview of what you can expect from the newest flagship from the Korean OEM and to convince you that this is indeed the next buy you're looking for.