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Fans of Samsung tablets that were a bit jealous of the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 that launched in Taiwan recently will be glad to hear that the entire Galaxy E family is heading to the US. Right now we don't know exactly when the tablets will arrive in the States, all we know is that it will happen later this year. The arrival of these tablets in the US isn't official from Samsung just yet.
You may not be familiar with Dirty Unicorns but there are people who have been using this custom ROM. It’s just one of the thousands of ROMs available in themobile industryoday.If you happen to use it, then here’s some good news: the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow based Dirty Unicorns ROM is now ready.
Yesterday’s feature on an early Galaxy S7 edge teardown by Zach Nelson of JerryRigEverything got us asking about the absence of the “liquid” in the liquid cooling of the phone. Of course, it’s not really liquid but we’re curious to know how the liquid cooling really happens on the new premium flagship phones.
As for the G5? That little old thing? Pre-orders are starting today at AT&T, with a launch planned for April 1st. Buying the modular smartphone will set you back $23 per month on a 2-year AT&T Next plan, but the network is offering a Buy One Get One deal that provides a free G5 (or rather, the credit for one) if you add it on a new second line and pay for it on a Next 24 plan.
T-Mobile has begun ramping up its summer savings with a new deal for consumers looking to get their hands on a flagship device from Samsung. If you purchase a new Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge during this limited time promotion, you get the Galaxy Grand Prime, for free, via a prepaid card. That’s a $190 value.
More good news this holiday shopping season: Samsung has added more merchant gift cards to be supported by its very own mobile payment solution. Samsung Pay now supports around 50 merchant gift cards for the convenience of the shoppers. This means you can do more with your Samsung Pay account now than ever before.
Details about the Samsung Galaxy S7 launch on Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile have been confirmed. We'd already heard that Samsung's latest smartphone would be arriving at Boost Mobile on March 11, and per Monday's announcement, that it'll be launching at Virgin Mobile USA on March 18. Now pricing has been confirmed, as well: customers will be shelling out $649.
Samsung may not be building a car, but it is building a car connectivity system, with Samsung Connect Auto aiming to make your existing auto smarter. Plugging into the OBD-II port found under the steering wheel, the LTE-equipped dongle offers WiFi hotspot functionality as well as tapping into detailed performance, economy, and maintenance metrics from the car itself, freeing drivers from the.
While the Nintendo 3DS will perhaps be forever remembered as the Nintendo 3D gaming platform, it wasn't the company's first foray into stereoscopic land. That distinction belongs to the Virtual Boy, whose short stint ended in catastrophe.
This week the Android update to Marshmallow has continued, hitting the Samsung Galaxy S5 internationally. Does this mean your Galaxy S5 will be getting an update to Android Marshmallow tomorrow? Not so fast. It just means that the Galaxy S5 will, indeed, be getting the update eventually. That's good news for you.
Samsung got off to a rocky start with ad-blocking for its Android browser. It initially launched it for devices on Marshmallow (Android 6.0), but Google quickly pulled the required partner app, Adblocker Plus. The search giant subsequently changed its mind , meaning there's now a variety of ad-blockers you can use with Samsung's browser.
And another one. There's no stopping the geeks in testing the limits of the new Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. We've seen the S7 edge dunked in the water and tested against dust in a Water and Dust Resistant test by Samsung. The S7 survived an underwater unboxing by T-Mobile and inside an LG Washer .
Alexa, the personification of Amazon's still odd Echo canister, isn't exactly a household name compared to the likes of Siri or even Cortana, but it's slowly getting there. Amazon is slowly but surely not only expanding support for its voice-controlled assistant, it has even expanded the devices that bear it.
Today we're delivering a battle between the Samsung Galaxy S7 and its most-viewed and/or most battle-requested smartphones on the market. That'll be the LG G5, which also isn't out on the market yet, the Galaxy S6 - the predecessor to the S7, and the iPhone. In this case we're pairing the device up with the iPhone 6S, since we don't yet know what'll be coming with the iPhone 7.
Samsung Pay is a success especially in its native Korea. It may have a number of rivals already but it's one of the most popular in South Korea. It's not even a year since it was launched but millions of people have already registered for the mobile payment service. Millions of transactions have been completed using Samsung Pay.
Probably next to the LG G5 and the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge, Xiaomi’s Mi 5 is one premium flagship smartphone that is worthy of our attention. Just yesterday, the unit wonagainst the iPhone 6 and 6S PLUS in a 4-Axis OIS shake-it-off test . The familiar design of the phone is okay but Xiaomi didn’t upgrade the specs much so others were left disappointed .
If you don’t want to be stuck to your mobile device carrier but of course still need to make calls, send messages and access data, then one of your options would be to go with smaller, off-contract carriers. Republic Wireless is one of the more popular ones in this segment but their limitation was the phones that they were offering.
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