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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: All the rumors in one place

Phillip Prado January 24, 2020 216 shares
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Forget flagships, mid-range phones are making the biggest technological leaps

Robert Triggs January 19, 2020 760 shares
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5G will struggle until it’s affordable for all

Eric Zeman January 23, 2020 242 shares
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Who is BBK, the world’s second largest phone manufacturer?

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Hands-on: Galaxy S6 Edge gets stock Android-like theme

We go hands on with Material - the first third-party design to bring a stock feel to Samsung's flagship dual-curved Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone.
Nirave GondhiaJune 25, 2015241 shares
 

Samsung to launch Galaxy S6 themes around April 10

Samsung is reportedly preparing a collection of new themes for its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones including an AMOLED-friendly dark theme to save power.
Nirave GondhiaApril 8, 20151044 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy S4 review

Join us for a detailed review of the hardware and software features of the Galaxy S4 or check out our extensive hands-on video review.
Joshua VergaraApril 21, 2013172 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250: How to enjoy TouchWiz UX look and feel on your phone

Are you starting to get bored with the CyanogenMod 9 or AOKP stock UI on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250? It’s time to add a little spice to your phone’s life ...
Ken EastJune 11, 20123 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100: Installing the Galaxy S3 TouchWiz UX Launcher with either 4×5 or 5×5 App Drawer grid layout

Samsung’s TouchWiz UI has been iconic to the company’s success in many of its mobile phones. Fans of the famed launcher will have more reasons to celebrate as the TouchWiz UX ...
Paul NuñalJune 1, 20123 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100: How to install the Galaxy S3’s TouchWiz UX Launcher

Everyone’s going ga-ga over Samsung’s latest flagship phone. People from all over the world were dying to know more about this mystery phone, weaving rumors left ...
Carl ParkerJune 1, 201219 shares
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