Here's another difference between the Samsung Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Scanner and the Apple iPhone 5S Touch ID: developers will actually be able to incorporate the scanner into their apps on the Galaxy S5.
The presence of a fingerprint sensor was not surprising when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 yesterday. What's more surprising is that the sensor will be used to introduce a way to make payments using the fingerprint scanner.
It was rumored recently that Samsung would release an early successor to its Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch, and those rumors have proven truthful with an announcement late last night that Samsung has two new editions of the Gear, both running Tizen OS instead of Android.
Samsung has a history of mocking Apple products as a way of trumpeting the value of its devices. The new Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 commercial is the latest commercial to follow that trend. Watch both videos here.
It might seem strange that Samsung would choose to release a Galaxy Gear follow-up only five months after the original first went on sale, but the next smartwatch will be different from the first thanks to a new operating system.
Android 4.4 KitKat has finally made its way to the Samsung Galaxy S 4. Sprint has begun updating its variant of Samsung 2013 flagship, so the phone should see some noticeable improvements.
Samsung has already invited us to attend its Mobile World Congress event at what is expected to be the launch point of the new Galaxy S5. The Korean manufacturer today sent out a second invitation that doesn't add any new information other than to further tease us about what could be the next version of Touchwiz.
Samsung has plenty of unsold Galaxy Gear smartwatches and plans to release a follow-up device at Mobile World Congress later this month. How the heck can Samsung fix this problem?
The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and the Galaxy Tab Pro series of devices that Samsung unveiled at CES 2014 will make their US debut next week. Samsung today announced plans to begin accepting pre-orders for its latest line of tablets, and they come with hefty price tags.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 was thought to have an iris scanner when an executive confirmed that Samsung was exploring the technology but might not have it ready this year. Though the Galaxy S5 might not have an iris scanner, it will almost surely have a fingerprint scanner based on new images from the consistently accurate evleaks.