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Samsung Galaxy O Benchmarked Again
By admin on Friday September 25, 2015

Samsung's next smartphone is expected to be the Galaxy O7, which could be the Galaxy Grand On or the Galaxy Mega On, and now we think the Mega O has made its way through GFXBench's test suite, highlighting its mid-range specifications.

Android 5.1.1 Lands on Verizon Samsung Galaxy Tablets
By admin on Wednesday September 23, 2015

Android 5.0 Lollipop may be about to become old school with the launch of Android 6.0 Marshmallow in November, but the current build of Google's OS is going out in style. There are still plenty of devices getting the bump to Lollipop, which will only bump up the platforms coverage among all Android products. Two of those devices, the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Galaxy Tab 4 8.0, are getting their Lollipop upgrade now.

Samsung Pursuing Monthly Lease Program
By Luke Jones on Monday September 21, 2015

Subsidized mobile contracts are slowly being phased out, especially in the United States. However, smartphone manufacturers will likely turn to their own upgrade models to ensure that their expensive products are still accessible. Apple launched the iPhone Upgrade Plan at its iPhone event earlier in the month and now it seems as though great rival Samsung will unveil a similar service.

Samsung Rolls out S Health for all Android Devices (4.4 and above)
By Luke Jones on Friday September 18, 2015

Samsung is not always the most giving when it comes to sharing its software, but the company could be loosening its grip as the S Health fitness suite is now available for all Android devices. Well, all Android devices running build 4.4 KitKat and above that is, available now through the Google Play Store.

Samsung Folding Smartphone Debuting at CES 2016
By admin on Tuesday September 15, 2015

Samsung has been doing more than most to reach a goal have having a folding smartphone. The company already has folded glass on its various Edge handsets, and its project YOUM has been promising folded smartphones for some time. Indeed, Samsung said such a device could be ready by 2016, which now seems to be true.

Samsung Galaxy Mega On Passes GeekBench
By admin on Sunday September 13, 2015

A new Samsung smartphone has passed through a GeekBench benchmark run, the yet to be released Galaxy Mega On. This device will be a large screen smartphone to slot into the budget market, which means this is quite some way from the high end Galaxy Note 5 that arrived last month.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Passes GeekBench with Snapdragon 620 on Board
By Luke Jones on Friday September 11, 2015

A mid-range Samsung smartphone has made its way through the GeekBench benchmark software and posted a very solid result while running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 processor. The "Samsung msm8976fhdlte-eur-open" device is possibly the company's Galaxy A9, the new addition to the ever expending and pretty spiffing Galaxy A series.

Samsung Galaxy S7: Early Rumors
By Luke Jones on Friday September 11, 2015

You know, most smartphone companies make no money and the only two that rake in profits on significant levels are Apple and Samsung. So, in the wake of Apple's iPhone 6s/6s Plus launch we are now turning our attention to the Galaxy S7, which is the next juggernaut smartphone on the horizon...

Samsung Germany Reveals Gear S2/S2 Classic Prices
By admin on Monday September 07, 2015

Samsung announced its new range of Gear S2 smartwatches, the Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic, last week. The devices are the Korean company's first to come with a round face and feature a turning bezel that can be used for navigation.

18-inch Samsung Tablet Coming in Q4
By admin on Tuesday September 01, 2015

While Apple's iPad Pro remains merely a rumor, major rival Samsung is readying its own business oriented tablet, a device that has been leaked several times over the last month. Apparently the South Korean company is now shopping its 18.4-inch tablet to major carriers in its homeland, with a view to mass producing the slate in the fourth quarter of this year.