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Samsung Galaxy A8 Official
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 14, 2015

Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy A8, a new device in it's a series that will sit alongside the Galaxy S3, A5, and A7. The new handset is high end, but will sit below the company's true flagships in the midrange A series. Following the A7, the Galaxy A8 takes its honor as the thinnest smartphone Samsung has ever made, while it also comes with a metal build.

Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note Edge gets Android 5.1
By Luke Jones on Monday July 13, 2015

Sprint has today started rolling out Android Lollipop 5.1 for its Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, which the company has also pushed out non-Android patches for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Sprint has been consistent with its Galaxy Note Edge updates, with this 5.1 update coming three months after Android 5.0 arrived on the device.

Samsung Offering $200 Cashback on Galaxy Note 4 in the United States
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 07, 2015

LG announced last week that it would be offering a free charger, battery, and charging cradle with every G4 purchase in the United States through July. Korean counterpart Samsung thinks it can do better though and the company is offering $200 off every Galaxy Note 4 bought during this month, again this is a United States exclusive unfortunately.

Samsung Profits to Fall Again, Quarterly Numbers to Drop
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 07, 2015

Samsung announced estimates for its financial results for the last quarter and it really is a mixed bag for the Korean giant, with profits continuing to fall. The company has been through trying times over the last year and a half and indeed this was the seventh quarter in a row that the company's profits have fallen.

Samsung UK Says Galaxy S3 and Note 2 not getting Android Lollipop
By Luke Jones on Monday July 06, 2015

Samsung UK dropped the bomb that we guessed was coming but hoped wouldn't and confirmed that the aging Galaxy Note 2 or the Galaxy Note 3 will be getting Android Lollipop updates. This only cements what we had previously been told when Samsung Gulf claimed its Galaxy Note 2 variant would remain on Android 4.4 KitKat.

Samsung Regains Number 1 Market Share in United States
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 02, 2015

Apple's reign at the top of the smartphone market in the United States was short lived as Samsung wrestled back the top spot through the last quarter. The South Korean giant has dominated the markets for a couple of years, but the record breaking launch of the iPhone 6 put Apple at the top, a stunning feat.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Receiving Android Lollipop on Verizon
By Luke Jones on Wednesday July 01, 2015

The Galaxy Note Edge is the device that started Samsung's folding screen output and paved the way for the Galaxy S6 Edge. The phablet with a one edge folded screen (that's much more visible than the GS6 Edge's) is now getting in on the Android Lollipop act. Verizon's version of the handset is now receiving an over the air update to Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Samsung WILL NOT Launch Galaxy S7 this Year
By Luke Jones on Tuesday June 23, 2015

Reports earlier this week suggested that Samsung will release a Galaxy S7 flagship during the second half of 2015 in a bid to directly compete with Apple's iPhone 6s (or iPhone 7). The rumor stumbled onto South Korean media, but we our source within Samsung has shot down the reports and said that the company will stick to the launch window it has already set.

Samsung Galaxy S5 to get Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
By Luke Jones on Thursday June 18, 2015

T-Mobile has already started updating the Samsung Galaxy S6 to Android 5.1.1, starting the roll out earlier this week. The Magenta Network could now turning its focus to the older Galaxy S5, which was of course Samsung's 2014 flagship smartphone. That's because the Korean super company is currently working on the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop software, meaning it should be coming to T-Mobile and indeed all carriers soon.

BlackBerry Venice will run Android and be made with Samsung?
By admin on Monday June 15, 2015

BlackBerry used to be something of a closed shop, but during trying times the company has learned to play with others and has released its services on other platforms. How far is the Canadian brand willing to push this cross platform ethos? Pretty far it seems, at least according to Eldar Murtazin, a Russian blogger.