The Galaxy Note 4 comes in two SoC options. The Exynos 5433 version features more efficient ARM CPU cores which help boost battery life, according to this test.
Consumer Reports used a standard three points test to see how much force the phones can withstand until they show a permanent deformation. The devices in the test group were the HTC One (M8), LG G3, and Galaxy Note 3, and three iPhones: 5, 6, and 6 Plus.
After indefinitely delaying the Tizen powered Samsung Z, rumors suggest that the OS could reappear in a budget smartphone designed for emerging markets.
In a skit yesterday, Conan O’Brien has a recommendation for those suffering from a case of flaccid phone. Check it out. It’s pretty funny.
After Samsung gave up supporting the international Galaxy S3, the Android development community has stepped up to port Android 4.4.4 to the aging handset.
A new handset from the luxury smartphone brand Vertu has been spotted at the FFC. The Vertu Aster actually has acceptable hardware this time too.
New report confirms some of the specifications rumored for the Motorola Shamu and fills out new details about its appearance and features.
Motorola’s Rick Osterloh predicts that the premium-tier, $600 – $700 USD smartphones are in danger of disappearing from the market altogether. Is he right?
More details surface about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A series of mid-range devices with metallic designs.
Samsung’s pair of Note devices is on its way to stores from around the world. Customers in 140 countries will be able to buy the new Note 4 by the end of October.