On February 1st 2015, Samsung will be turning off its ChatOn messaging service around the world, except for in the US which be shutdown later in Q1.
In this roundup, we’re looking at the absolute best Android phones, the devices you can’t go wrong with. From sleek devices that impress through premium design, to powerhouses brimming with features, to great all-around devices, and affordable phones that punch above their weight, the Android ecosystem is populated by a staggering variety of great phones.
Samsung is pretty good about putting out quality ads over the holiday season, and we think they just made their best one. “Holiday Dreams” features a video shot on 74 Samsung devices.
A non-final firmware build of Lollipop for Galaxy Note 3 has made its way online. The firmware is available for flashing for those brave souls who would like to try it.
A new semi-outlandish rumor suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will have a metallic unibody and curved edges, but can Samsung really pull off such a dramatic change?
Samsung is reportedly in talks with mobile payment startup LoopPay to create their own form of mobile payment method in order to take on Apple Pay, Google Wallet and others.
With the Q3 numbers for smartphone sales in from Gartner, Samsung and Apple surprisingly only combined for a total of 37% of the 301 million devices sold, with Xiaomi pushing its way into the top 5 list.
From now until X-Mas, Walmart is selling the Galaxy S5 for just $79 on a 2-year contract, for Sprint, AT&T, or Verizon customers. Valid in-store sales only.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge is now available to customers in the United Kingdom, exclusively on Vodafone. On-contract pricing for the device starts at £49.
2015 will see a large number of mobile SoCs finally reach 20nm and beyond. We examine how far mobile SoCs have come and what to expect in the coming years from a process size perspective.