If a new report from Business Korea proves correct, Samsung is readying a new smartwatch with a fingerprint reader and a new payment technology, with plans to unveil it at MWC next year.
We lift the lid on this year’s winners and losers so far, and take a look at emerging trends in the global smartphone arms race.
We now have detailed pics showing off the (at least partially) metallic Galaxy A5, a new mid-ranger that’s reportedly part of the Alpha family. There’s also new details on the SM-A300, an even lower-end Alpha family member.
The Note 4 is now up for pre-order through Verizon and AT&T, setting you back $299 with a two-year contract.
With Apple giving into the bigger display trend, the competition is a lot more interesting this year. Here’s a quick look at the iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S5!
Samsung is taking a step forward to at least give you a hint at how the Samsung Gear VR works. You get a sneak peek into the UI, video watching and some gaming experience.
Those that pre-order a Note 4 between 9/18 and 10/16 will be eligible to receive $200 trade-in credit for their existing phone, even if it’s worth less than that.
Samsung announced today that its hotly anticipated Note 4 will go up for pre-order from tomorrow, September 19.
In the United States, the S Pen-toting beast will become available in stores from October 17.
The SM-A500, one of Samsung’s “A series” phones that feature metal builds, popped up in the Chinese certification database, suggesting its release is getting close.
The Samsung Gear VR headset and Google’s Project Tango devices have appeared on the Unreal Engine 4 development roadmap.