Back in January, I was looking for something that could make my Galaxy S4 look and feel more sturdy. The performance is very nice and all that, but the feel of the phone is really bad. So I finally started searching for a new case that’s not the typical ones I could get at the malls.
While the best of Samsung at MWC 2014 is pretty much represented by the Galaxy S5, the company has also introduced other products at the event. Two of these are the company’s new mobile processors—the Samsung Exynos 5422 Octa and Exynos 5260 Hexa.
Back when the original Galaxy Gear was launched, Samsung was touting it as the most advanced smartwatch to date. Of course, the awkwardness of implementation, kitchen sink approach, and expensive price tag made it a flop with consumers.
Teased early this month, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is finally official. The company’s smartphone flagship this year introduces a couple of new features (heart rate monitor, more power, better camera, fingerprint scanner) while still bearing some resemblance to its predecessor.
The Android 4.4 KitKat update for Samsung Galaxy S4 has started rolling out, just days before the official unveiling of the next flagship, the Galaxy S5.
In a recent press release, Samsung has announced a number of Galaxy devices that are confirmed to receive an official update to Android 4.4 KitKat. See if your Samsung smartphone or tablet is included in this list.
On one hand, Android has blessed us with many choices when it comes to buying mobile devices. On the other hand, the mobile market is so saturated with devices that very few offer unique features. The scene will even get more crowded with the eventual release of more Galaxy Core variants.
If these latest benchmark leaks are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be launching in two versions—the SM-G900R4 that’s jam-packed with the latest hardware and the lesser specced (but still high-end) SM-G900H.
Dual-SIM smartphones already exist in a wide variety of brands and forms here in the Philippines, but we hardly see ones with triple SIM (yes, triple!) capability. Meet the Samsung Galaxy Star Trios, perhaps the best choice for mobile users who just have to have three numbers. One of each from our three major mobile networks, maybe?
Samsung has handed out invites to its upcoming Unpacked 5 event on February 24. As many have speculated, the “5″ in the event name is about the company’s next flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S5.
The lite version of Samsung’s phablet flagship has been officially announced. To be more specific, two variants have been outed by Samsung Poland—the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo 3G and the Neo LTE+.
For a limited time only, Globe and Samsung Philippines are giving away a free Galaxy Data SIM card for every purchase of any Samsung smartphone or tablet with Internet/mobile data connectivity.