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Samsung developing denser batteries, slimmer camera modules

This is not a surprise, if you guys know what I mean. Samsung should be doing research in these areas, given the trend of ever-increasing battery capacity and the “slimming down” of devices. We are talking about Samsung looking into denser batteries (that means higher capacity to you), and slimmer camera modules (which means slimmer devices overall).

Samsung bringing easier adjustment of exposure to Galaxy S6, S6 edge

When it comes to the camera and its easy functions, some say that Apple has been way ahead of the game in some aspects compared to most Android smartphones, specifically Samsung. People who own both an iOS and Android device (this writer included) would still automatically turn to their iPhone when it comes to picture-taking crunch time, not because it has the best one, but because it is much easier to use.

Samsung announces limited edition Iron Man Galaxy S6 edge

The Avengers-themed accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S6 have rolled out last week but the South Korean tech giant isn't done yet making Marvel geeks excited. Why, the company just launched the Galaxy S6 edge Iron Man Limited Edition. Samsung partnered with Marvel and the results are just marvelous: this Iron Man S6 edge and the Avengers phone case plus the Capt. America's Shield wireless charger. If you're not satisfied with only the Iron Man, Hulk, Capt. America or Thor accessories for the S6, then you might want to consider the Iron Man S6 edge.

Samsung tablet with Intel proc, 4GB RAM spotted on Geekbench

There have been rumors that Samsung plans to refresh its premium tablet lineup this year. And then we see this new device show up in Geekbench’s databases – a Samsung tablet that defies imagination, as it seems. It’s got an Intel processor and a whopping 4GB of RAM. What could this device be? Let’s take a closer look at the details.

Android Community Weekly Digest: May 24, 2015

Things have been rather slow this week, though it feels more like the calm before the storm. Indeed, we're hearing a few whispers about Google might be bringing to the tablet at I/O 2015 nex week. That, of course, doesn't mean that nothing noteworthy happened this week, like the launch, sort of, of the YotaPhone 2 in the US and LG's continued attempts to milk everything it can out of the G4 brand. This is your latest edition of Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from May 18 to May 24, 2015.

Tenaa gives up images and specs for Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 smartphones

Tenaa has given up some new images and specifications on a pair of unreleased Samsung Galaxy smartphones this week. Tenaa as most know is the certifying body for electronics in China. It’s no secret that Samsung was working on these devices, but it's nice to finally get a glimpse at what they look like and learn some of what's under the hood ahead of the launch.

More details about Project Zero 2, upcoming Galaxy Note 5

The Galaxy Note 5 have yet to be revealed but we've been hearing a lot of rumors about it. We first learned that it would be ready for the next Gear VR but we all know that a new one was already released for the Galaxy S6/S6 edge recently.  We believe that the Note 5 would come with the highest pixel density and even before it arrives, a new Galaxy Note 5 Edge might be introduced. Some early details emerged about the upcoming model and the Project Zen and we expect to hear more until the official launch which is not happening this July.

Samsung will not release the Galaxy Note 5 this July

Despite the strong rumors (or maybe that was just wishful thinking on their part?) that Samsung will break tradition and release the new version of their phablet earlier, an official statement from the Korean OEM's president seems to have debunked that. Samsung President Shin Jong-Kyun confirmed that there will be no June or July announcement of the Galaxy Note 5, although there is still no definite date as to when that will actually happen.

Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge head to head with iPhones for internet speed

In the US, there are only a few places where internet speeds are a problem, whether through wifi or 4G connectivity. But have you ever wondered if phone modems are all made equal? That is, are there wifi modems in smartphones which are faster than the others? A Youtube user “adrianisen” has put this to the test by testing a Samsung Galaxy S6, a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, an iPhone 6, and an iPhone 6 Plus via a wifi connection.
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