Sources are suggesting that Samsung will continue the trend started with the Galaxy A series and offer theme support to all of its upcoming devices.
According to LG insiders at CES, the company is working on a SIM-enabled smartwatch to launch early this year and a WebOS watch for 2016.
Thanks to a report by a Korean website, new rumors have circulated which suggest the Galaxy S6 “Edge” would have both its left and right sides sloped.
According to a tipster, the Verizon variant of the Galaxy Note Edge is set to release this Thursday and cost $399.99/2-year contract, $799 off.
A new leak suggests Samsung will begin its US Lollipop launch in January with the Galaxy S5, followed by the Note 4/Edge, S4/Note 3, and then tablets.
According to industry insiders, Samsung will cease production of the Galaxy Alpha in February and will launch the Galaxy A5 in Korea as a lower cost replacement.
A new semi-outlandish rumor suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will have a metallic unibody and curved edges, but can Samsung really pull off such a dramatic change?
Industry sources have leaked hardware details for two more mid-range Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy E5 and Galaxy E7.
Thanks to an alleged leaked image purporting to be a list of HTC’s upcoming devices, there appears to be a new tablet in the works based on the recent Nexus 9.
According to industry sources, LG will unveil its first 4G smartwatch, tentatively named the G Watch R2, at the MWC in February 2015.