A new rumor suggests that Samsung could launch an “Edge” variant of their new Galaxy S6. Would you buy one?
After rumors of a reshuffle, Samsung’s top executives will retain their existing roles, including J.K. Shin, the head of the company’s mobile division.
And so, this week of thanks giving and deals hunting is coming to an end. The news-scape was dominated by Black Friday deals from retailers small and large, and we did our best to highlight the most interesting ones. But it wasn’t all deals: reports emerged about Samsung’s plan to restructure its business, after smaller than anticipated Galaxy S5 sales and fierce competition took their toll on the Korean giant’s profits; we learned more about the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9, and their carrier variants; we discussed the EU Parliament’s resolution to break up Google; we looked at another troubled giant, Sony; we learned about OnePlus plans in India; and brought you some inside info about LG’s curved G Flex 2.
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Long leaked but still in stealth, the all-metal Galaxy A7 has just finished at the FCC. This may be an indication of a pending launch, but when and where?
Samsung apparently has yet another device to bring-to-market in the future, this one featuring low end specs and an unusual SoC.
A new patent application has appeared this week, potentially giving us a glimpse of what might end up being one of Samsung’s upcoming smartwatches. What makes this particular patent so interesting? It shows a round watch operated by a ring around the face.
After a brief period of plaguing the rumor mill, Samsung’s ChatOn messaging service is staying put, after all.
Samsung has announced that it intends to buyback $2 billion worth of shares in order to stabilise the company’s share price and boost value for investors.
Folks over at XDA got their hands on a Lollipop test build for Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S5.