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Source says LG to release G4 flagship in April, no MWC unveiling

There is a high possibility that Korean manufacturer LG might skip the unveiling at this year’s Mobile World Congress for its upcoming flagship phone the LG G4. An inside source reveals that a number of marketing considerations have pushed LG to a possible April unveiling, mainly to generate better publicity and to avoid coinciding with Samsung’s launch of its own flagship, the Galaxy S6.

Activate native call recording function in Samsung devices

It might be unethical (specifically when the person you're talking to doesn't know you're doing it) and maybe borderline illegal, but there are times when you just want to record the conversation you're having over the phone. While the old school feature phones do have this supposedly basic feature, OEMs have hidden the native call recording feature (probably to avoid problems with government) on the more widely distributed smartphones. But there is still a way to enable that feature because there's an app for that of course.

More Samsung Galaxy S6 leaks: Microsoft Apps, design, dates

Things are definitely heating up for MWC 2015 and this week alone we're getting a load of information about the upcoming Galaxy S6. Of course, all of these are unofficial, though coming from "reliable sources" or "insiders", so take them with a grain of salt. But if even half of them came true, it would still make Samsung's flagship a very interesting and formidable contender in the smartphone market. Since we've pretty much heard all that we can about the hardware, now we're going to focus on the software and the overall design of the device.

Galaxy S6 Edge spied breaking records on AnTuTu

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge has been spied making a run at the AnTuTu benchmark program and in its wake are details about the hardware that will be inside the device when it launches. We are all expecting big things from the next Galaxy S device and if the benchmarks are real, big things are in store performance wise.

Samsung might have confirmed Galaxy S6, S6 Edge with support pages

While Samsung has not officially come out with a press release about it, the presence of support pages on its website may have confirmed that the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be launching in a few weeks time at their pre-event at the Mobile World Congress. There is still not much information (except speculation) about the two devices, but fans of the OEM are already looking forward to the unveiling of the newest smartphone variants.

Android Lollipop 5.0.1 for Samsung Galaxy Note Edge leaks

Samsung seems to be taking its own sweet time in releasing Android 5.0 software to its devices – but at least it didn’t tie itself down to a 90-day time frame like some OEMs we know (we kid, HTC). The South Korean manufacturer is in the process of rolling out Lollipop to its devices, but it has been very slow indeed. The Samsung Galaxy S5 at least has Lollipop in some markets around the globe, including US consumers under Verizon. No Lollipop sweetness yet for the quirky Galaxy Note Edge, but if you’re really desperate to try, there is a leaked beta build available in flashable ROM format.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge with Swarovski crystals is too shiny

South Korean tech giant Samsung has previously teamed up with Austrian fashion design crystal maker Swarovski for past project so this Galaxy Note being studded with shiny Swarovski crystals didn't come as a surprise. Early in 2014, the two big companies partnered for a gem-studded Galaxy Note 3 cover. The Samsung Galaxy S5 and even the Gear Fit were blinged up a bit by Swarovski. The Samsung Gear S also become more stylish with a beautiful Swarovski strap. You see, crystals make Samsung gadgets shine brighter than ever.
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