We already had a strong hunch that it was coming to US Cellular, thanks to the FCC, but now it's official: Samsung's iconic Galaxy S II is finally making its way to the regional carrier in the coming weeks for $230 on a two-year contract and after a $100 mail-in rebate. This version of the GSII offers the same 1.2GHz dual-core Exynos CPU found in the original version, as well as a 4.
While almost immediately after the Samsung Galaxy S7 was revealed, we had pricing, it's quickly become apparent that carriers aren't going to leave themselves in a position to be outbid. T-Mobile, for example, is just one mobile device carrier inside the USA that's begun the war with a buy-one-get-one deal.
People have just naturally assumed that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update will actually be arriving for the mid-tier Samsung Galaxy A series . While there has been no official word from the OEM, people have been expecting an announcement anytime now, that the major Android update isn’t limited to the flagship line only.
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.
As it was with the original Samsung Galaxy Note and every Galaxy Note thereafter, the Galaxy S7 will inform the next big-time S Pen-toting device. The smaller device will inform the looks and the feel of the larger device, and many features will be brought over to the future model as well.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge may be DxoMark's newest champion but it's not without any issues. We recently noted that the Exynos variant is more powerful than the Snapdragon version while T-Mobile owners noticed that the boot loader is locked. It's difficult to disassemble according to iFixit while the Verizon models don't have the Samsung Pay as a default feature.
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.
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.
It would appear that Samsung's schedule for releasing Galaxy phones will once again match up - sort of - with Apple's iPhone. Not just because both devices generally appear ready for the market at around the same time of the year - Autumn. Also because Apple is said to be seeking out OLED panels this time around - at least for a phone with a 5.
No more rumors and no more waiting as Samsung officially announced that it's really launching a pink version of the newest premium flagship smartphones. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Pink Gold edition will soon be available for purchase but only in select key markets.
MetroPCS, Sam’s Club, US Cellular, Verizon, and Walmart. Apparently, the offer for the said carriers and stores are limited only and while supplies last.With the release of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, we were told to expect a free Gear VR with early pre-orders.
We already spotted the 2016 Samsung Galaxy S7 on TENAA a couple of weeks ago and we knew that the device is almost ready for launch. Samsung has yet to unveil the smartphone but image renders recently surfaced on China Mobile. This means launch is happening very soon. So far, here's what we know about the specs of the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016): a 5.
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.
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.
Whenever new devices come out in the market, those YouTube channels can’t help but pit them against each other to test which is the better device. This time around, it’s the turn of the new flagship devices from two popular Android brands, the HTC 10 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge . The two were pitted against each other to see which one is faster when it comes to boot ups, starting apps, etc.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is no doubt one great smartphone. It recently took over the place of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Sony Xperia Z5 at DxOMark. It's the benchmark's newest champion . Another series of tests also revealed that the E xynos version of the S7 is more powerful than the Snapdragon variant.
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.
Some manufacturers, like Apple and, recently, Samsung, try to steer attention away from the hard, cold, and impersonal numbers of specs and stats, focusing instead on relative performance and concrete applications. However, there will always be interest in those numbers, particularly CPU and GPU benchmarks.
This morning the folks at HTC revealed a piece of the puzzle that is the HTC One M10. This device may end up being called the HTC One 10, or One M10, or just One again - we're not entirely sure at the moment. What is sure is HTC's aim, that is to drum up as much excitement for the release of the smartphone as possible, well before its release. Of course. They're going to need it.