The LG G3 is finally in the market and, in its home town of South Korea, it is being treated like a king. LG is now reporting the first week sales of its flagship, which has reached 100,000 units in just 5 days.
The Galaxy S5 doesn't just look and feel great, it sounds great, too, at least according to Samsung. After detailing the various visual and accessibility features one by one, Samsung is now focusing on an area that is often panned except by those of keen and trained hearing: sound.
Samsung and Barnes & Noble have partnered up for a new device, the Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK. The tablet will sport a 7-inch display and is expected to be available in mid-August. Perhaps key here though, the tablet is described as being a mix of the "popular Galaxy Tab 4 hardware with customized NOOK software."
That "W" in its name doesn't stand for an expletive, but it might very well be your first reaction. The Samsung Galaxy W, not to be confused with a much older smartphone, might look like a somewhat decent 7-inch tablet, but it is actually a fully functional smartphone as well.
AT&T is expanding its Android tablet line with two of Samsung's latest devices. This pair is made up of the entry level 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 4 as well as the more expensive "prosumer" offering, the 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro.
With the Galaxy K Zoom and Galaxy S5 Active now official, all that's left to wait for is the Galaxy S5 Mini. And if these latest leaked bits are any indicator, then the miniature version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 might indeed be something to wait for.
Since the cat is already all but out of the bag, AT&T has seemingly gone ahead of its rumored June announcement. Now the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active is real and official, and it is exactly what we've seen so far, nothing less, and perhaps unfortunately, nothing more as well.
The Galaxy S5 Active is probably Samsung's worst kept secret so far this year. Almost everything, including the device itself, has already been leaked and, to complete the puzzle, we're now getting word about which US carriers will carry the smartphone and when.
While Google is making Android Wear the software platform for the next wave of wearables, Samsung is doing its own thing on the hardware side. It is putting forth SIMBAND as an open sensor platform that can be used to usher in a new generation of wearables that focus on health.
Samsung's next AMOLED tablet might still be a good week or two away, but the firmware for the Galaxy Tab S is now already available online. And thanks to some sleuthing by the folks at SamMobile, we're getting a peek at some of the features in this device, including a fingerprint scanner.