Two new mysterious devices have cropped up in the news. Going by the model numbers LG D830 and Samsung SM-N7505, they are likely to be smartphones that may be related to the Nexus 5 and Galaxy Note 3, respectively.
It hasn’t been officially announced yet, but the Galaxy S Duos 2 has surfaced at Samsung India’s eStore website. Priced at Rs10,999 (est. Php7,715), this follow-up to last year’s Duos smartphone offers relatively better specs, apart from the usual dual-SIM capabilities.
Samsung has once more gone big with its latest smartphone announcement. Introducing several improvements over its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 comes with the elegance of the Note 3 phablet in a less expensive package.
The world is about to experience yet another new Samsung smartphone. This, however, isn’t the usual Android handset. The Samsung Z9005 Redwood thinks differently by running on a new platform, Tizen OS.
Finally, after weeks of leaks, Samsung has confirmed and announced the Galaxy Round! It’s about to go on sale tomorrow in South Korea. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on when it’ll be available in the global market, and at what price.
In a very expected Note (hehe), Samsung has launched a dual SIM version of their increasingly popular Galaxy Note 3 phablet. I said expected because other phones in the Galaxy line get the same treatment shortly after their release.
Wanna see something that’ll make you cringe? Head on over to the video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 drop test. I did. It’s rare (nay, almost impossible) for any smartphone to survive a drop test unscathed (i.e. pick it back up almost pristine). Even those with metal casings don’t match up to the power of gravity (and negligence in some cases).
With phablet and smartwatch fronts already taken care of by the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) is set to wow users in the tablet arena and further solidifies the Korean giant’s dominance in all mobile categories.
The anticipated Samsung Galaxy Gear is a rumor no longer. Officially launched at a press event in IFA, it’s the first smartwatch in the history of the Korean smartphone giant and the first official contender in what seems to be an endless smartwatch war among dominant smartphone makers.
After months of rumors and speculation, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has finally been revealed at the IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Thanks to the abundance of leaks, there wasn’t too much to be surprised about, but Samsung still has a few things up its sleeve that would wow fans who have been eagerly awaiting the Note 3. So is it worth the wait?
Not long after the dual-screen Android flip phone Hennessy was first unveiled, Samsung has decided to unwrapped yet another smartphone that boasts the same clamshell design. Officially known as the Samsung Galaxy Golden, this newer handset comes with better specs and also features that are primarily aimed for an older age group.
In a world that’s dominated by smartphones in candybar/slate form factor, it’s quite refreshing to see a new phone in a different style. Meet Samsung Hennessy, a recently announced dual-screen flip phone that’s powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and comes equipped with modest specs.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, the reported miniature version of Samsung’s flagship smartphone Galaxy S4, has been spotted in the wild. During the early rumors of the Galaxy S4, the project it belonged to was dubbed as Project J and it’s said that it’s not just a single device. Now, we’re about to see another one.