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Android Wear for Samsung Gear S project now started at XDA

If you’re an owner of one of Samsung’s first curved display devices, a wearable called Samsung Gear S, you might have wondered how it would be to have Android Wear installed on the smartwatch. You see, if you didn’t realize it, the Samsung Gear S smartwatch runs on the proprietary Tizen platform. We won’t try to say anything bad about that, but we can all agree that Android Wear is relatively more universal and as such will have more apps you can use.

Here’s how Samsung made the metal and glass of the Galaxy S6, S6 edge

The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are no doubt two great phones. The latest flagships from the South Korean giant have been much talked about even before their official announcement and actual release. Several benchmark and stress tests have already proven either one of the two can survive under normal situations. And as with most successful products, the pair has undergone careful planning, extensive research, and development.

Samsung to launch foldable smartphones next year

Flip-phones are nothing new. I remember having a gold Motorola RAZR in 2007 which I sold just after a week because battery would only last for four hours on standby use. It was one pretty and classy mobile phone but was also very useless. I won't mind getting any Motorola phone now but if I were to buy a flip smartphone, I think I'd go for Samsung.

ASUS continues to tease smartwatch launch at IFA 2014

If there was ever any doubt that ASUS was going to enter the smartwatch market with a launch of a product impending at IFA 2014, those doubts can be safely quelled by now – ASUS is coming out with a new wearable product in Berlin. That much is certain, with the Taiwanese manufacturer continuing to put out teasers for the new product.

Samsung reportedly trying out three-sided AMOLED displays

Curved OLEDs are nothing new for Samsung – they have a track record of this in smartphone devices and wearables. But the three-sided AMOLED displays, with three functional sides simultaneously putting out different information is going to be a new thing, if not really groundbreaking technology. If Samsung’s suppliers are to be believed, the South Korean electronics giant has just started manufacturing in small scale three-sided display prototypes.