earlier in the week suggested that select Samsung devices were nearing approval for use by the US government. Those reports mentioned the GALAXY S 4, however the overall approval seemed hinged on the Samsung Knox security software. Coming this morning, we have received word from Samsung in regards to the approval and moving forward, the US government and military will be able to use Samsung smartphones and tablets provided they are running the Knox security software.
employees in the Pentagon, however it looks like the Department of Defense is just about ready to issue an approval. The catch here comes in with which devices will receive the approval. Right now, it is looking like those will include Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Or more specifically, Samsung Galaxy smartphones that are running the Knox security software.
Galaxy Mega smartphones, however as of today it is looking like we have a full and complete set of specs for this pair of smartphones. The handsets include the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and the slightly smaller, but still oversized Galaxy Mega 5.8. Diving right in with the newly updated specs, lets begin with the Mega 6.3. This handset, as implied by the name, will bring a 6.3-inch display.
bit of detail on the Galaxy Win last week, however as of today it looks like Samsung has offered up some official details. The details include a full set of specs, however some of the key points remain a mystery at this point. Basically, that is to say that Samsung has yet to say anything in terms of pricing and an availability date. Not to mention, which markets would have the Galaxy Win available.
US Cellular branded Galaxy Axiom has become the latest Samsung device to get an update to Jelly Bean. In this case, that means Android 4.1.2. Those who happen to be carrying this particular handset should be able to grab the update immediately. The one small catch is that you will need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network in order to do so though.
Galaxy Win smartphone leaked yesterday and as of today it looks like we have an official announcement from Samsung. The Galaxy Win has been announced for those in China and news of this handset comes alongside another, the Galaxy Trend 2. The Galaxy Win has arrived as we expected based on the leak.
Samsung appears to be living in a world where bigger means better in terms of smartphones. Of course, given their success with the Galaxy Note lineup, that statement sort of rings true. Looking forward though, it is now looking like Samsung will be announcing two new devices that will make the Galaxy Note II seem a bit smaller.
Samsung has a smartwatch in the works to join their Galaxy lineup. The images you'll see below are being called the Samsung GALAXY Altius, and certainly look to be a "smartwatch" and not the Galaxy S IV or a smartphone.
Samsung has officially announced another pair of Galaxy branded smartphones. These new additions look like they will be serving the low-end market and so far, the availability is limited. These handsets include the Galaxy Young and the Galaxy Fame. While these are both newly announced devices, the specs may sound a bit familiar as we have recently seen benchmarks for both.