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.
JK Shin told reporters that the Galaxy S4 would top 10 million in sales next week, while other unnamed Samsung officials said that the Galaxy Note 3 would be launched at IFA 2013.
A new report reveals that only one in 10 Galaxy S4 may use an Exynos 5 Octa chip, as Samsung is fighting Apple for mobile components. Read on to find out more details!
In the first quarter of 2013, Samsung managed to bag around 95 percent of all profits made on Android. But how does a company as Samsung manage to crush its competition so badly?
A new report says that the Galaxy Note 3 will not feature a metal design or flexible display, as the company would not be able to mass-produce sufficient such components for the device. Read on to find out more details!
Users of the Sprint Galaxy S4, HTC One, and Galaxy Note 2 can now install and use the Google Wallet app. Get all the details in the rest of the article.