Samsung changed the NFC controller on the Galaxy S4 and it the device is not compatible with TecTiles. TecTiles 2 are apparently coming.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is now available to buy online at Sprint, and in-stores at AT&T. The device costs $249.99 and $199.99 on a new two-year contract, respectively.
Want to root your Samsung Galaxy S4? You can do it now, but only for the Snapdragon 600 powered variant. Those with Exynos 5 Octa will have to wait a bit.
It’s drop test time! Is the Galaxy S4 better built than its predecessor? Can it hold a candle to the aluminum iPhone 5? Darcy LaCouvee, our international man of gadget destruction, is back to Hong Kong to bring you the answers.
Samsung has released a dual-SIM variant of the flagship Galaxy S4, aimed at the Chinese market.
In an interview with Business Insider, HTC’s Mike Woodward points to some of the mixed reviews for the Galaxy S4, bragging up the HTC One in comparison.
The “official” iFixit Galaxy S4 teardown has been completed, revealing the handset is as easy to repair as the Galaxy S3.
If you are wondering how well the new Samsung S Translator app works, you’ll want to check out CNET’s new hands-on video.
Samsung Canada has announced that the initial supply of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be limited in Canada, an announcement that comes as no surprise.
The Wall Street Journal says that Samsung will launch the rugged Galaxy S4 Active, the Galaxy S4 Mini and a new 8-inch Android tablet later this summer.