We’ve heard quite a few rosy reports about the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge sales, but a new report out of South Korea paints a slightly different picture.
Qualcomm will drop partner TSMC in favour of making the Snapdragon 820 chip in Samsung’s foundries as it bids to get the chip into Samsung’s next flagship.
Samsung has just announced that the Galaxy Tab A series tablets will be available in the United States on May 1st starting at $229.99.
Right now, you can pick up a refurbished 16GB unlocked Samsung Galaxy S5 in Charcoal Black, Shimmery White or Copper Gold from eBay for just $299.99.
The Xperia Z4 is just hours “old” and already has much backlash. Let’s take a look at why the product actually makes sense for the market it’s intended for.
Samsung has released its S Health fitness app to the Google Play Store, offering users an alternative to the Galaxy Apps Store.
Android fans, LG seems bent on revealing everything about the G4 ahead of its official announcement on April 28, and while leaks are fun and all, we can’t say we’re mad that we’re getting some actual info straight from the source. This week also brought us some more news suggesting the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be sales hits; Google updated several of its apps and launched a brand new one; Cyanogen made waves with its Microsoft partnership; and Huawei introduced the sleek P8 and its totally excessive variant, the 6.8-inch P8 Max.
The Samsung vs Apple debate has reached a new low, with two roomates breaking beer bottles and stabbing one another. Yes, really.
For $7989, you can have a Limited Edition Gold Platinum Galaxy S6 Edge with serial number 1/500. Sadly the special element is strictly bundled accessories.
According to The Korea Times, a Samsung exec claims that Samsung estimates its sales for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge could reach 70 million.