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AT&T to carry Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active is impending and we're just waiting for the official announcement from the South Korean tech giant. We know Galaxy S6's rugged sibling is for real since it has been tipped and a UA Profile was already spotted last month. AT&T is expected to offer the S6 Active according to that particular document and looks like it's true since an AT&T inventory list was also recently spotted showing the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active name.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Fire Test: Sacrifice for Science

Drop test. Front, back, and side drop tests. Speed test? Too easy. A water test? Phone can survive that one. How about an extreme bend test? Nerve-wracking. Curious geeks will never be done trying out their phones to know if the likes of Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge. YouTube will be filled with people who are bored who would like to do several and extreme durability tests. The latest of which is this stress test that includes a FIRE TEST.

Pixel OFF app saves power on LED screens

LED and AMOLED screens are admired by screen junkies all over the word because they produce the deepest blacks in a mobile device display. This is because LED screens, including Samsung’s more preferred AMOLED screens, just basically turn off when they're assigned to draw the "black" color. That’s what the new app “Pixel OFF” tries to do, because theoretically, LED pixels not emitting light draws no electrical power.

AT&T releases Android 5.0 Lollipop for Samsung Galaxy S4

We've been focusing our attention to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge a lot lately because the two are hot subjects of reviews and stress tests but we haven't forgotten about the Samsung Galaxy S4. The 2013 flagship can still get the sweet mobile OS update from AT&T. This was one of those many expected things since the Android Lollipop for the Galaxy S4 LTE-A is ready for download. Even the Russians know their Galaxy S4 is getting a taste of Lollipop. This was after the official-looking Android Lollipop for the Galaxy S4 was leaked.

Samsung to reportedly release their first round-faced smartwatch

Round-faced smartwatches used to be a big deal, if only because there were only very few in the market. Back then it was just the LG G Watch R and the Moto 360 competing in the Android Wear market. But now there are other players like Huawei and LG has released other models as well, trying to get a piece of the pie and attracting those who would like a wearable that looked like a normal watch but had the functionality of a gadget.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 available in Germany next month

There are too many Galaxy Tab models and we're having a hard time remembering all their names. I just know Samsung calls them Galaxy Tab. Add one letter and then the screen size. The company revealed the Galaxy Tab A in Russia and the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 7 aimed budget shoppers last month. This week, the South Korean electronics giant confirmed that the Galaxy Tab A Plus aka the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 will officially launch in Germany this coming May.

Samsung outs statement on SquareTrade’s S6 edge durability test

The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is a hot topic right now. It's been the subject of several stress tests that are really stressful for anyone to watch. There's that brutal drop test which the phone survived, the speed test against the iPhone 6 that proved Samsung's latest flagship phone is faster, and the water test that proved it is only water-resistant and not waterproof. Another drop test composed of three mini-tests (a drop test, a back drop test, and a front-facing test) allowed us to conclude that you need a protective case for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge because it may not survive harsh drops. The unit may still work but it won't be glitch-free.

Samsung Galaxy S6 a bigger loss for Qualcomm than expected

It was in January this year when Qualcomm divulged that a major manufacturer had backed out of using their new Snapdragon 810 processors/chipsets, something that would negatively impact their bottom line for the quarter, if not the year. They did not name the company, but Samsung had made an announcement that they would be using their own Exynos processors for this year’s flagship, the Galaxy S6. It’s not that difficult to put two and two together.
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