Samsung announced its guidance for Q1 2015, and, while profits have fallen year-over-year, the decline was not as bad as analysts expected.
What’s believed to the S6 Active has been spotted in the Bluetooth SIG database.
The folks at phone insurance company SquareTrade took it upon themselves to check just how well the seemingly fragile Galaxy S6 Edge holds under pressure.
Android fans, this was a bit quiet on the Android front (unless you count the outrageous April Fools’ pranks that made the rounds), but Google made it up to us with some interesting Chrome OS developments.
The SoC wasn’t the only “design loss” for Qualcomm, when it comes to the Galaxy S6. The modem, power management, RF transceiver, and envelope tracking chips are all from Samsung
Samsung will announce its Q1 2015 financial results next week, but analysts and investors are already anticipating a more positive result than last year.
Several XDA and Reddit users have commented about their T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge units arriving with a screen full of fine scuffs. Is this widespread?
It looks like Samsung is ready to speed up the process, with Note 4 users in India, Brazil, UAE, and the Baltic countries reporting the arrival of Lollipop.
The decision to use its own Exynos SoC and not Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 in the Galaxy S6 has generated a lot of fuss. What is Samsung up to? Is it the right move? What impact is it going to have on the mobile market?
Samsung has revealed their latest April Fool’s joke, claiming to unveil yet another edge-display variant of the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy BLADE Edge ‘smart knife’.