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Oppo Reno hands-on: A shark-fin selfie shooter and 10x hybrid zoom

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Broadband LTE-A updating to Marshmallow in South Korea

Those who imported the Korean-only Galaxy S5 Broadband LTE-A handset, with QHD display, will be happy to know its Marshmallow update it ready!
Matthew BensonMay 16, 2016591 shares
 

Samsung Browser 4.0 now supports a bevy of older Galaxy devices

Samsung Browser has recently been updated to version 4.0, and today the Google Play Store page adds a long list of supported handsets.
Edgar CervantesMarch 29, 2016106 shares
 

Korea’s Galaxy S5 Broadband Lte-A handset updated to Lollipop

Several months after it hit the standard S5 model in South Korea, the "Prime" QHD variant is now seeing some Lollipop love via an update from Samsung.
Matthew BensonMarch 9, 2015861 shares
 

Note 4 and Note Edge running Android 5.0.1 shown in videos

Sammobile has uploaded videos of the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, and Galaxy Note LTE-A Broadband running Android 5.0.1. The momentum builds!
Matthew BensonDecember 21, 20142183 shares
 

Galaxy S5 LTE-A could hit Europe, but without Quad HD and Snapdragon 805

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 ...
Bogdan PetrovanAugust 13, 201470 shares
 

Galaxy S5 LTE-A battery life and performance unaffected by its QHD display, says benchmark

A series of benchmark tests demonstrate that, despite the QHD display, the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A offers up similar battery life and performance to the regular Galaxy S5.
Robert TriggsAugust 6, 2014310 shares
 

Mysterious Samsung GM-901F smartphone passes Bluetooth certification

Samsung's GM-901F has just passed through the Bluetooth certification process, but is this the rumored metal Galaxy F or a European LTE-A smartphone?
Robert TriggsJuly 11, 2014199 shares
 

What’s different about the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A WQHD Super AMOLED display?

The Galaxy S5 LTE-A's processor and 3 GB of RAM will help with the device's performance, but how much better is that praised WQHD Super AMOLED panel?
Edgar CervantesJuly 7, 2014237 shares
 

First Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A benchmarks just in – is it as impressive as it sounds?

The first Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A benchmark has just shown up, courtesy of AnTuTu. Is the phone all it's put out to be? Come in and find out!
Edgar CervantesJune 20, 2014187 shares
 

Why I am not disappointed that Samsung launched a “better” Galaxy S5

Samsung just introduced a great new device. So why are so many Samsung fans disappointed? And was it even possible for Samsung to release the Galaxy S5 with the S5 LTE-A’s specs in the ...
Bogdan PetrovanJune 18, 2014282 shares
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