Galaxy S4 Google Edition: Google and Samsung are said to launch a version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 that runs pure Android (AOSP) at the Google I/O keynote.
The Galaxy Note 8 is an intriguing device, that is certainly worth your attention. We take a closer look at the Galaxy Note 8’s design, build quality, specifications, features and software. Join us!
Is the Galaxy S4 worth the upgrade from the S3? Join us for a closer look at what sets the Galaxy S4 apart from the Galaxy S3, in terms of features, user experience, and price.
Now that we’ve spent some quality time with it, we’re going to walk you through some of our favorite features of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
A Galaxy S4 user interface walkthrough for the Exynos 5 Octa version is available well ahead of the phone’s launch.
A TouchWiz copy/paste crash bug affects various Samsung Android devices, including the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, with the company yet to release a software fix for it.
Imagine a world where Samsung and LG made nearly identical devices. Weird, right? Think of your Android world without manufacturer skins on the device. What would life be like without HTC Sense? What if carriers didn’t add bloatware? If everything was pure Android, would you still be interested? Let’s ponder a world where all Android devices were the same OS; no skins, no bloatware, no fun?
Samsung is making interactive user’s digests for some of its devices available in the Google Play Store. Right now, digests for the Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy S3 are available.
There has been quite a lot of concern about the flaw in some Android phones, including some Samsung Galaxy S3 devices, that allows a hacker to create a simple HTML page which can cause the phone to reset and wipe all of its data. Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) commands can be issued due to a combination of flaws in the stock Android web browser and the Android dialer.
Samsung smartphone users beware. It seems the custom TouchWiz skin found on most Samsung Galaxy smartphones is vulnerable to an attack that can wipe out the phone’s entire contents, including even the SIM data. And this can be done in only one click.