This week we’ve seen a number of GS6 leaks that indicate what the Next Big Thing will look like, but if you are still craving more, here’s a new promo image from Sprint that managed to leak its way to the web.
Samsung has just revealed details as to where and when the Galaxy S6 live stream will take place. The unveiling will start at 12:30 ET on March 1st, and can be streamed directly on YouTube.
Samsung Electronics will freeze wages in 2015 for employees in South Korea for the first time in six years, following last year’s decline in profits.
The UFS flash memory standard boosts memory bandwidth and speeds for mobile devices, which are becoming increasingly strained by high resolution content.
Samsung did a slightly better job keeping the Galaxy S6 under wraps, but just like HTC, the Korean giant is now seeing its surprise ruined by revealing last-minute leaks.
SamMobile has obtained a build of Android 5.0.2 for the Galaxy Tab S series and in a video, showcases the various new tweaks Samsung has made.
Samsung has just announced the mass production of a 128GB, Universal Flash Storage 2.0 chip for use in flagship smartphones. Data access speeds are over the top!
Three new images of the Galaxy S6 have leaked, showing off the entire chassis of the handset.
We already know that Samsung is changing up the looks with the Galaxy S6, even if we aren’t 100% sure to what degree. As for bloatware? A new app list gives us a better look at what to expect.
Launch day for Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S6 is fast approaching, but that hasn’t stopped the marketing team from having a little fun with this year’s rumors.