While supplies last, AT&T is offering the certified like-new Galaxy S4 for just $179, no annual contract required!
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a mix of familiar design elements and new highlight functionalities. Here are our top 5 reasons for upgrading from the Galaxy S4 to the S5.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 KitKat update is making its way over to Rogers customers in Canada, starting today.
Samsung Galaxy S4 owners on the T-Mobile network will be able to get their hands on the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat features today, as an update has just gone live OTA and through Samsung Kies.
This week in your world of Android: the new HTC One leaked in an extensive hands-on video, the Paranoid Android team revealed plans for the future, updates rolled out to several Google apps, the Galaxy S4 began receiving the KitKat update, the Oppo Find 7 was in the news, and Samsung introduced its new Milk Music service.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 KitKat update (Android 4.2.2) is now rolling out across Europe and Asia, and can be grabbed over-the-air.
Recently Samsung and other Android manufacturers started to artificially boost their numbers in benchmark apps, but it appears that practice is starting to come to an end with Samsung’s KitKat update. Read on for more!
According to AT&T, Android 4.4 KitKat is scheduled to start rolling out to the Galaxy S4 tomorrow. Read on for more details!
We take a quick look at how the just-announced Samsung Galaxy S5 stacks up against its predecessor, the Galaxy S4.
In this Friday Debate, we look back at one of the biggest Android devices from 2013 and to its successor, due to make its debut on Monday. Although highly anticipated and predicted to break sales record, the Galaxy S4 was received with less enthusiasm that the S3 and the S2 before it. It wasn’t a failure by any means, but that lack of excitement turned into missed sales targets for Samsung. It’s safe to say that the Galaxy S4 was a disappointment.