An update is pushing to the unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900F), reportedly improving the phone’s camera, gallery, and fingerprint sensor operation.
A Korean outlet is reporting that Samsung has already shipped 10 million units of the Galaxy S5. However, Samsung typically publicizes these kind of achievements, so where’s the official announcement?
With the mobile design team head leaving the company this week, we decided it would be a good time to take a look at some of Samsung’s smartphone designs over the years.
The Samsung SM-G870A, rumoured to be the AT&T GALAXY S5 Active version, has just passed FCC certification.
Samsung has announced the launch of “Swarovski for Samsung,” a collection of Swarovski crystal accessories for the Galaxy S5 and Gear Fit.
Samsung’s chief of mobile design resigned, reports Reuters, amidst criticism of the Galaxy S5’s appearance. Dong-hoon Chang resigned last week and the VP of mobile design Min-hyouk Lee will take over his responsibilities.
Samsung has now formally announced global availability for Knox 2.0, which provides a massive upgrade to its business-level security platform.
This week on Google Play Weekly we talk about a potentially bad move by Google, LastPass and the Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner, and more Android apps news!
Ahead of Mother’s Day, Verizon has now kicked off a special promotion, giving $100 off on select devices including the Galaxy S5, Note 3, HTC One Max, and HTC One M8.
Password management service LastPass announced that Galaxy S5 users will be able to log into the app – and, by extension, into any app or service whose password is stored with LastPass – with a simple swipe of their finger.