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Samsung may not be using the Android Wear platform but it's not totally abandoning the Android Market. Officially launched last August after a series of teasers leaks , and rumors of a round design and a rotating bezel , the Tizen-OS powered smartwatch is now available in the US .
When you can do so much with your smartphone, it's easy to assume that your smartwatch needs to be equally capable in order to make it worthwhile on your wrist. Problem is, all those talents can turn the wearable experience into a confusing morass of tapping, swiping, scrolling, and swearing. Samsung may just have come up with the answer in the Gear S2 , however, and all it took was a big wheel.
The ultra-thin Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will soon be available in the United States. Samsung has just offered the product for up pre-order from some carriers and retailers in the country. Tablets will be available starting September 3, Thursday next week, all ready in its lightest and thinnest form.
The Moto G has just only been released a couple of weeks back , and already we have a CyanogenMod 12.1 port for it floating around via the XDA forums. This is not an official CM12.1 port, of course, but so far all the feedback points to everything working on the new Motorola’s new budget offering, the 3rd generation Moto G.
Nook is still alive even if the International Nook Store has closed . Thanks to Samsung for stepping up and working with Barnes & Noble to release the Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK which was followed up recently by the Galaxy Tab S2 Nook ,also said to be the slimmest Samsung tablet to date.
Now we know one of the new things that the Galaxy S7 could be boasting about next year. That is, if you lavish attention to intricate tech details such as these. Samsung has just announced the Exynos 8890, its first chip in the new Exynos 8 Octa series.
When user agent profiles of upcoming new gadgets show up on carrier websites, chances are we might (key word being might) actually believe the information included here. Although we might take this with a grain of salt unless otherwise announced by the carrier itself, it still leads a lot of credence to rumors floating around the upcoming new Samsung phablet, the Galaxy Note 5.
We have a few tweaks and tricks for Samsung devices featured today, all care of our friends over at the XDA developers’ forum . As quintessential fans of the Android platform, we usually promote ways for people to bring the performance of their Android devices to a higher level. That said, these tweaks usually require root access, and will void any kind of warranty.
One of the problems with leaks is that there is really no telling which leak is the most accurate one until the fated day finally arrives. Take for example the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, whose leaks are starting to heat up as the August 13 announcement date fast approaches. Many aspects of the S Pen phablet remains in limbo, like the presence, or absence, of an auto eject mechanism for the stylus.
Just a day or so after Qualcomm made public its newest baby, the Snapdragon 820, we are seeing Samsung do the same with their newest processor from the Samsung foundries – the Exynos 8 Octa . Speaking of Qualcomm, these two new processors are practically brothers, as the SD820 was made in the same foundries with the same 14-nanometer FinFET process.
It seems that Samsung might have finally heard users' prayers. At least for now. And at least based on an unverified, and probably unintentional, data source. The User Agent Profile of a major US carrier's website has seemingly spilled the beans on the specs of the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 as well as the Galaxy S6 edge Plus.
At the start of 2015, Sony effectively gave up on making smartphones in the hope of recapturing former glories. Its mobile division now loses the company nearly $2 million per day even after being slimmed down to a fraction of its former size.
If you have used computers for any length of time, you have experienced it. Your computer hard drive or your cellphone dies for one reason or another, and all your files are gone, including all those photos and videos you painstakingly organized into those little yellow folders. In fact, if you are me, that has happened numerous times.
We all know that Huawei is announcing a slew of new products at this week's IFA 2015 happening in Berlin, Germany. The Chinese company is all set for September 2 when it's said to launch a new device that Huawei only describes as something "that understands you". The hashtag #IncredibleTouch leads us to believe that something with an improved touch functionality will be unveiled.
We already know that Samsung is working on an 18.4-inch Android slate . It will be the biggest tablet offering from the South Korean tech giant so far and we're only waiting for the company to make the official announcement.
When South Korean tech giant Samsung announced the new mobile payment service, Samsung Pay, we had little knowledge about it but soon, we were told that it would debut on the newly launch Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in September instead of July . However, trial for the payment service already started in South Korea earlier this July.
It looks like Samsung plans to announce its next major Galaxy smartphoneson August 13. The company just sent out invites for an upcoming Unpacked event that takes place on that day. Samsung typically unveils its new flagship productsat these events. In the past, it's introduced gadgets such as the Note 4, Galaxy S6, and other high-profile products at Unpacked events.
Samsung is always working on the next big thing when it comes to smartphones. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are old news on the market and prices are already coming down in an effort to move more devices. Samsung has never been exactly watertight when it comes to details leaking about future products. A recent leak has dropped a few hints about the Galaxy S7 smartphone.