The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may be better and cheaper than the previous Notes but the Galaxy Note Edge will be different. The smartphone is said to be a special version that Samsung is offering it as a limited edition concept.
As we reported late last week, it's been leaked that Samsungwill be launching three new phones in the Galaxy A series line, slightly lower-end, probably non-metal versions of the recently-launched Galaxy Alpha. Now, more details have reportedly surfaced, and if they are to be believed, all three smartphones will have LTE connectivity, a must-have now for devices, but also not something that lower-end phones usually tout.
Have you ever suffered from battery envy? That’s when your friend or colleague still has his device fully charged or with high battery levels while yours is slowly petering out. Now if your friend is really nice, and you don’t have a power bank or any other way to charge your device, then Samsung’s newest accessory would come in handy. The Power Sharing cable lets you do exactly what its name suggests: share power between Samsung devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 definitely comes from South Korea but the phablet has yet to roll out in country. In a special event entitled ‘Galaxy Note 4 World Tour: Seoul’, Samsung recently announced that the device will be available starting September 26. We already know the phablet will arrive in the US on October 17 and 140 countries by end of October but of course, the Koreans will get their hands on the Galaxy Note 4 first. They only have to wait for a few days.
The latest Samsung wearable will be available in the U.S. this fall but AT&T will add the Samsung Gear S to its current lineup ahead of other carriers. The new smartwatch from Samsung will be ready by September 26, Friday, courtesy of AT&T. The wearable runs its own Tizen wearable OS and comes complete with a curved display, voice support, messaging, and data connectivity.
Now that the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iOS 8 are in the hands of users, the real-world testing begins. And so do the complaints. Most glaring among those seems to be what the Interwebs is dubbing as #bendgate or #bentgate to describe the admittedly horrifying phenomenon of the iPhone 6 Plus ungracefully bowing down to the forces of physics.
AT&T is set to carry the first of Samsung’s A Series of “premium feel” phones, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. The sleek-looking metal-bound smartphone is set to be available online and with AT&T retailers starting September 26.
South Korean gadget giant Samsung is reportedly looking at how they can incorporate simple payment functions to the next wearable devices – smartwatches, more specifically. The target is the Mobile World Congress slated for early in 2015, where by that time, Samsung is expected to launch a payments-enabled smartwatch.
It’s funny (not funny) how “virtual reality” hasn’t really gained momentum from the heady days of the 90s where everyone was excited about the technology until today where it’s still an obvious bystander to mainstream tech. That said, Samsung is set to splurge some of their well-earned smartphone profit on the Samsung Gear VR and Oculus is set to launch a game created especially for the Gear VR.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 was advertised by a Malaysian retailer last month and the new Android smartphone is now available in Asia with a $400 price tag. The Korean tech giant has recently listed the phone on its Thai website.