The “rugged” Galaxy S4 Active was confirmed last month, and now here are the first images of Samsung’s waterproof Galaxy S4 smartphone.
The Galaxy S4 has been blazing a trail for almost a month now, but its rumored little brother, the Galaxy S4 Mini, has been punching its way through benchmark sites left, right and center. Read on to find out more.
The AT&T HTC One and Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4 are now available at a lower price tag on Amazon Wireless. Find out how much the smartphones cost in the rest of the post.
A leaked Android 4.2.2 firmware for the Galaxy S3 surfaced online. Features from the Galaxy S4, like a new Settings UI, a new lockscreen, and more, are coming to the Galaxy S3 in the future.
An image taken with the Galaxy Note 3 has apparently bean leaked, while the Galaxy S4 Mega product name has appeared in a WatchOn app update. Read on for more details!
Samsung is looking to create a family of smartphones built upon the very popular Galaxy S4. But will this enhance or dilute its brand? Read on to find out.
Google modified the Galaxy S4 to be more like a Nexus, but what does this mean for its actual line of Nexus phones? Is the Galaxy S4 Google Edition the replacement?
Some Verizon Galaxy S4 pre-orders are apparently shipping. On a different note, T-Mobile could soon sell the Galaxy S3 LTE version. Read on to find out more details.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 Active showed up in an alleged benchmark result that reveals some of its specifications, including a slightly older processor.
Due to a change in the type of NFC controller used, the Galaxy S4 doesn’t work with TecTile NFC tags. Luckily, Samsung has now released TecTile 2 stickers, adding support for the GS4.