Samsung's Galaxy Tab S range of tablets is very good, the best the company has made in fact. Sure, we could argue that the Note line was already covering the company's slate output just fine
If the reports surrounding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4 phablet smartphone are to be believed, the company has some huge plans for its flagship device. From what we have been told, the Note 4 will have a number of standout features and we can now add a new one
Samsung's Galaxy S5 LTE-A is one of the more intriguing yet oddly frustrating smartphones of the year. On one hand it is the best handset the Korean company has ever made, but to the annoyance of some it arrived just two months after the normal Galaxy S5.
The device will be arguably the best smartphone Samsung has ever made and was originally thought to be a premium super phone version of the company?s current Galaxy S5 Flagship. We now know that the Alpha is a standalone handset and according to the Herald today it will sport a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display.
If we were to tell you that a new Samsung device called the Alpha was to launch next month and it would be a high end flagship, you would probably be happy. You would be thinking that this is an entirely new handset that you had not previously heard of, and that would be good, but unfortunately you would be wrong.
We have been hearing plenty about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4 recently, but the latest info is something new and could reveal the smartphones standout feature. We already know that the Note 4 will be a stunning handset in terms of raw specs, features, and performance, but it seems the device could come with some new technology that will separate it from every other smartphone on the market.
When Samsung says it has something exciting to tell us, we typically think of a new smartphone or tablet, but this time the company is delivering something else. The Korean giant posted about a new Exynos processor that would be revealed tomorrow, and to whet the appetite the company posted the above image alongside the following Tweet.
Samsung has its fair share of problems at the moment as the company deals with falling profits amid lowering demand for its mobile products. The Korean juggernaut has another headache with news spreading that its Galaxy Gear Live wearable is having problems.
When Samsung revealed lately that it would make a loss during the last quarter, we pegged it to lessening demand in key emerging markets and competition at budget and flagship level. The company has today confirmed that is the case and has admitted that it has needed to spend more money on advertising.
Yes, this is getting slightly ridiculous now, but here is another shot of the Samsung Galaxy F that has found its way online before the handsets release. We are almost embarrassed to bring you more news on this device, but hey we are in the business of bringing the mobile news to the masses.