For Samsung, the Galaxy Alpha is no big deal. Metal on a phone, that’s old news… Or at least that’s what a post published today on the official Samsung Tomorrow blog tries to convey.
We have some news on the LTE-A version of Samsung’s Galaxy S5, and it’s a mixed bag. The good news is the device will launch in some European markets. The bad news – well, you read the headline…
According to reports, Samsung will be showing off its virtual reality headset at its upcoming event scheduled for early September, where the Galaxy Note 4 is also expected to launch.
Russian website Hi-tech.mail.ru managed to obtain a Galaxy Alpha in advance and put out a good hands-on review just minutes after the device’s official unveiling.
Just as rumors suggested, Samsung made the Galaxy Alpha official today, in a momentous step towards adding more style to the design of its devices.
Microsoft’s Surface line of tablets has a long way to go before it is successful, will the success of Chrome OS powered Chromebooks and other mobile technology prevent that from happening?
In the wake of poor earnings in the second quarter of the year, Samsung is preparing to cut costs.
Samsung is rumored to be working on a Note version featuring a plastic-based display that wraps around the sides of the phone, A recent trademark application suggests that the device could be called Galaxy Note Edge.
Grab your saltshakers – purported images of the Galaxy Note 4 just leaked, showing what appears to be a metal frame similar to that of the Galaxy Alpha.
More signs that the release of the metal-clad Galaxy Alpha is imminent – the phone’s specifications leaked again and the device lent its name to a yachting event in Russia.