Samsung might have a different way of handling such issues which is nothing short of disgraceful, though unfortunately not unheard of.
we might be getting with the newer Galaxy S4 Active.
teaser, which some have associated with a Galaxy S 5, Samsung has finally unveiled the Galaxy J for the Taiwanese market. Bearing hallmarks of a design meant to appeal to Japanese consumers, the Galaxy J is a rather curious device that brings together the best of Samsung's two top smartphone models.
Samsung recently dropped the "Just for You" teaser video on YouTube and it measures in at 22 seconds in length and appears to be offering a look at the Galaxy J. This isn't the only time we have seen talk of the Galaxy J recently, however this one is from Samsung as opposed to a leak. One key with the video though, this is from Samsung Taiwan, which suggests where the handset is heading.
new study posits that Motorola has worked in a tidy profit into each Moto G handset, and will clear about 5% from each sale once all is said and done. For consumers, this is great; we get a really nice device at a stellar price. For other OEMs, it could pressure them to follow suit.
Samsung has dropped a new promo video, this time pushing the Galaxy Note 3 and showing the Galaxy Gear. The video is staring Robin Thicke and comes by way of the Samsung Mobile YouTube channel. We suspect some may question the celebrity approach, but more important, this time around Samsung is showing Action Memo being used with the S View Cover.
a lot more of the technology in smartphones. They expect Samsung to launch one or two, and their CEO thinks we’ll see seven or eight companies use the tech next year.
C Spire Wireless launched the Galaxy S 4 back in July. The handset arrived with Android 4.2.2 and while an update to 4.3 was expected in time, the specific timeframe remained a mystery. But, it looks like the update has begun rolling out over-the-air. Otherwise, given Samsung had previously detailed the update, there wasn't much in the way of surprise.
Android is still king of the mobile landscape. Analytics firm comScore has released their monthly report on smartphone market share, and it shows Google’s operating system is still on top. Second is Apple and their iOS, while Blackberry — in a downward spiral — continues to embarrass Microsoft by holding firm at number three, even with a significant loss in users.