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Galaxy S6 Edge Plus to have updated ‘People Edge’ feature, more shortcuts added

Day 13 of August may mean unlucky for some people but for avid Samsung fans and Android geeks, it's the day when the new Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5 will be unveiled after months of waiting, rumors, and leaked images. Tomorrow, we'll finally know if the Note 5 comes with a new S-Pen and how the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus' curved screen looks when it's bigger than 5.1 inches--probably at 5.7-inches.

Samsung France, Romanian e-tailer post Galaxy Note, S6 edge+ pre-order page

We are literally just a couple of days away from the official unveiling of the new Samsung smartphones/tablets, the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 edge Plus. But apparently, some online retailers may have pressed the “post” button too soon. An online store in Romania, and worse, Samsung France itself, seem to have accidentally and prematurely posted their pre-order pages, therefore confirming some of the rumored specs and features of the new devices that have been bandied about, including price and release date.

Samsung Galaxy S7 to run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor

After the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus are announced this week, the next major flagship phone we should be waiting for is the Galaxy S7. Samsung is scheduled to release it next year 2016 but as with previous Galaxy S models, we can expect numerous rumors, leaks, and speculations to come out. As early as now, we heard that the next Galaxy S7 will be powered by a Snapdragon 820. Surprised? Not really but Qualcomm has yet to release the chipset so yeah, it may be to early to say.

Verizon, T-Mobile out StageFright updates for Galaxy S5, Note 4, and Note Edge

The Stagefright issue is real. This vulnerability in Android has already been confirmed by Google and it’s considered as one of the biggest concerns the Android platform is facing today. We know Google, Samsung, LG, and Motorola are ready to roll out regular monthly updates to ensure devices won’t be affected while Sony, HTC, and the Android One team are also working on their own security patches for StageFright.

Detailed photos of Galaxy Note 5 leaked

If people’s EQs were higher and our patience longer, then we only have a few days left until Samsung will finally show us what their new phablet, the Galaxy Note 5, will look like. But of course, we couldn’t wait for the actual launch (or maybe Samsung fed the leak, we can never be sure) and so a new batch of pictures of the device has been leaked, this time with the box included, confirming some of the specs that have been floating around.

Samsung teaser reveals a “mystery tablet” also to be launched 

While we’ve all been abuzz about the official announcement of the Galaxy S6 edge Plus and the Galaxy Note 5, apparently Samsung has one more ace up their sleeve. Well, that is if a tablet could fit up their sleeve. A teaser for the “Unpacked” event happening this week shows that the OEM may be announcing not just 2 but actually 3 devices and the 3rd one might just be a 7-inch tablet or something to that effect.

Samsung shuts down secret remote control project

We may not be familiar with this secret project but Samsung’s “Perfect Experience” aka PX will be discontinued. According to a report by Variety, the South Korea giant has shut down the initiative only last July. While putting an end to a project may not be really harsh, the effect was that some employees were laid off including Avner Roner, former CEO of Boxee who joined Samsung when the TV startup was acquired two years ago for a quick $30 million.

Android continues to grow, Samsung and LG account for 78% of all sales

Apple's iOS may be the most popular in all "Big Five" markets in Europe for the second quarter but Android OS still shows relevant growth in the region. The largest markets in Europe that include Spain, France, Italy, Great Britain, and Germany showed that iOS is No. 1 contrary to numbers going down in the United States. Android's continuous growth is mainly due to the numerous mobile devices running the platform and new models being introduced left and right. South Korean giants LG and Samsung both have been good players with their shares going up.

AT&T starts to rollout security patch against Stagefright malware

People’s complaints that Google is so slow in sending out security patches to counteract the Stagefright malware that is giving us all a fright is about to come to an end, or so we hope. They have sent out the “cure” to OEMs, carriers, and partners, and so now the ball is in their court. AT&T has started sending out the updates to their subscribers, but for only, it’s only for a few Samsung smartphones, predictably the newer models.
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