BGR claims to have the scuttlebutt on the specs for the Samsung Galaxy S III. While this report needs to be placed firmly in "rumor" camp, we can't help but be excited about a beautiful HD display. More »
Samsung 's first smartphone with a true folding display is tipped to launch in 2017, one of a rumored five flagship Galaxy handsets for next year. The South Korean firm has already made good use of its skills producing flexible OLED panels, with the Galaxy S7 edge having two wraparound edges where the display curves around the sides of the device.
When you're as popular as Samsung , you really can't escape scrutiny, whether you fail or you succeed. When your earnings are sloping down, all eyes are on whether your next big product can save your coffers. When that flagship turns out to be a superstar, however, they're going to check if the one after it will be able to live up to that new standard.
With all the rumors flying about the Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 smartphones, a confirmation of sorts has reportedly happened by Samsung. The image above comes from a Samsung website where the Edge Screen Style is confirmed to be for the S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus, and S7 Edge.
Rumors of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Advanced isn't new. Some info were sighted on GFXBench earlier and we learned that it would have a huge 10.1-inch screen and some other impressive specs like a 5-point finger gesture support, 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, 1.5GH octa core chipset, ARM Mali-T830 GPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, 5MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing cam, and FHD video recording.
An unidentified smartphone appears in a photo whose creator suggests depicts a Samsung Galaxy S7. This device would roll with features mentioned in tips and rumors from the past several weeks, but appears to have several bits and pieces that don't quite fit the bill. First - the metal.
So the folks over at SamMobile pride themselves to be in the know with all things Samsung – this is kind of the point of their tech website. They’ve told us a few things about the upcoming flagship phablet of Samsung recently – this is the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 . First up, that the phablet might be launching in August, and secondly, that firmware development for the phablet has begun.
Rumors of a Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro has been floating around since this year started, saying the variant will be released in the Chinese market and reports that a model has been shipped to India for testing.
Aside from the Galaxy Tab S3 , Samsung could be launching another Tab. No early benchmark here yet but just a gallery of images of what’s believed to be the Galaxy Tab A 7.0. We’re not really sure if the South Korean tech giant is still making money selling tablets but it’s good that we have more choices. The Tab S is a premium line while the Tab Aismidrange.
After the official announcement of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last March, we expected that Samsung would be introducing an Active version of the smartphone just like the previous year. The first and only hint we have so far isthat Galaxy S7 Active reference at a changelog of Samsung Level app a few months ago.
Samsung has had a substantial history of making “mini” versions or variants of their flagships. They might not have packed the oomph that you would want in a mini flagship – the OnePlus X as a “mini” for the OnePlus 2 remains our standard – but they have existed.
It's just a few months now before the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 ends up being revealed by the company, just in time to battle the next iPhone. Just as it was the past several years with release timing, it shall be again - we have no indication at this time to the contrary. But what has been and was stopped may end up being brought back - more than one Samsung Galaxy Note in a year. Blasphemous? Maybe.
After all those rumors, leaks, and early sightings of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, Samsung has finally unleashed the new premium flagship smartphones at the MWC 2016. Since the launch last February 21, we've seen numerous hands-on photos already plus some more details about several features.
If rumors are correct, then we may be seeing Samsung ’s NX lenses – this professional-grade lens technology – to its smartphones. A lot of manufacturers are getting really aggressive in the camera technology that they put on their flagship smartphones. The cameras on the current flagship – the Samsung Galaxy S7 – is no slouch . But it looks like Samsung wants to be dominant in this area.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge appears to be photographed by a user in China just weeks before its public release. This is the closest cousin to the Samsung Galaxy S7, and a device that's closest in form to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. It's big. It's pretty gosh-darned massive compared to the Galaxy Notes that went before it. It has no S Pen.
LG is serious in releasing more affordable mid-range phones this year. The K series introduced last year includes the K7 (aka LG Tribute 5 ). Earlier this year, we saw the LG K10 and LG K4 . We got a preview of the LG K8 LTE before the officiall announcement and now it's here together with the K5.LG has just rolled out the K5 and K8 LTE under the K Series lineup of affordable smartphones.
Sony may have just redefined its Xperia brand to encompass more than just smartphones, but that doesn't mean its limiting its number of Xperia models. In fact, sources are claiming that the OEM is about to unleash a fourth " Xperia X " model. After the base Xperia X, the beefier Xperia X Performance, and the more budget-friendly Xperia XA comes the Xperia X Premium.
As we all know,?Oneplus will be announcing the?Oneplus 3?this year. There have been a number of rumors floating around already?and the company is?expected to launch the Oneplus 3 this June. There has been some solid demand of the?Oneplus one and Oneplus 2. both of which offered some solid design mixed with some solid hardware.