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iFixit’s Samsung Galaxy S6 teardown is up, battery replacement still sucks

We don’t know when MyFixGuide’s teardown of the Samsung Galaxy S6 would come back online, or if it would ever again, but we were pretty confident that IFIXIT would come out with their own teardown guide sooner or later. That day has finally arrived, and it just confirms what we already know about Samsung’s newest flagship – battery replacement for this baby will be a pain in the back.

AT&T outs promo videos for Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9

AT&T is already gearing up for the release of the HTC One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6. We know the latest Samsung Android flagship phone will arrive in the United States this coming April 11. The unit was also listed for pre-order in the UK last week. On the other hand, the HTC One M9 is expected to arrive a day earlier on April 10. We already know that T-Mobile is offering the One M9 but good to know another mobile network is carrying it soon.

Samsung Galaxy S6 teardown confirms difficult battery replacement

You can’t say that Samsung’s new baby, the Galaxy S6, is not at all purrrty – because it is all that. But as with the iPhone, this unibody non-removable battery design is getting everybody all worked up. Will it be easy to repair or replace a part? How difficult will it be to open up and replace the battery? Well, we have answers for you via this teardown done by the guys at MyFixGuide.

Samsung, luxury designers create Galaxy S6, S6 edge accessories

As the countdown to the official release of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge gets nearer and nearer, the OEM has also been announcing their partnerships with designers for various accessories that can enhance the soon-to-be-yours smartphones, even just in terms of design. The latest one to be revealed is the Rich Accessory Collection, featuring five collaborations with known luxury brands, ranging from pop artists to handbag designers.

Samsung intros 128GB 3-bit NAND Flash Memory Storage

Almost a month ago, Samsung announced a new mobile memory storage based on Embedded MultiMediaCard (eMMC) 5.0 spec. Today, Samsung has shown off the latest 128GB 3-bit NAND Flash Memory Storage ideal for the mass mobile device market. This one is meant for smartphones and tablets for a more enhanced and speedier performance of mobile memory.

Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge to come in 24k gold, rose gold, platinum

As excitement builds up for the official launch date of the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, makers of customized luxury smartphones Goldgenie announced that these two devices will come out in 24k gold, rose gold, and platinum finish. Pre-orders will already begin this week so that if you wish for these kinds of smartphones, you can be one of the earliest to do so.

MobileBench Consortium comes out with own benchmarking app

The MobileBench Consortium was created in 2013, when a number of companies came together with the purpose of making a benchmarking app/process that was standardized and that would be acceptable across all parts of the industry. The big players in the consortium will of course be Samsung, Intel and HP, but a number of smaller but essential players have joined up in the likes of Huawei, OPPO, SanDisk, and Marvell among others. Their app – called MobileBench – is now out on Google Play.

Samsung quietly launches Galaxy Tab A in Russia

We knew Samsung was working on new Galaxy Tabs but we weren't sure when and where exactly the South Korean giant will introduce the new tablets. Actually, it's kind of challenging to keep track of them because there are too many. Aside from the numerous Galaxy smartphones, there are a lot of tablets to know so we just wait for official announcements from Samsung. If not, we depend on leaks and rumors for some clues. We didn't expect this but Samsung held a press event recently in Russia to launch the new Galaxy Tab A. The new tablet will be available in two sizes: 8-inches and 9.7-inches.
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