Someone at Samsung and/or AT&T must be just giving this stuff away, and whoever you are, we thank you. After leaks of the official Android 4.0 ROM for both the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy S II Skyrocket, the same update for the plus-sized Galaxy Note has also appeared. You can download it now [...]
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.
On of the most popular families of Android smartphones - Samsung's Galaxy collection - will be seeing additional update to Android Marshmallow this month. This includes both the Samsung Galaxy S7 - if, by some miracle, you weren't on Marshmallow already - as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 5, don’t think that your phone will be left behind now that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are already out. We’re expecting the Galaxy Note 6 will be unveiled middle of the year but before that happens, the Note 5 is ready to receive the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow after the beta testing we noted and the images leaked a few weeks ago.
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.
As VentureBeat notes , Lollipop is claiming the lead 16 months after it shipped, and 5 months after the arrival of Marshmallow . Phone owners have either had to wait a long time for their Lollipop upgrades, or they were in no rush to get those few devices running the latest code. On the positive front, Marshmallow use nearly doubled in the space of a month, to 2.3 percent.
We still have about four months to go, but it seems the speculation and confusion surrounding Samsung 's next flagship is already starting to heat up. Details naturally change with the tide but some seem to stick like glue. For example, there's the idea that the Galaxy Note 6 will have 6 GB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy smartphone owners on T-Mobile should be excited to hear that the Marshmallow Android update is rolling out now for a pair of the popular Galaxy devices. The update rollout kicked off yesterday for the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+ smartphones. Starting yesterday the Galaxy Note 5 received an update to Android 6.0.1 with baseband version N920TUVU2DPD1.
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.
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.
It seems that Samsung is starting to warm up its production lines as well as that of its component partners, according to the latest word from unnamed sources. Samsung has apparently set down how many flagship devices it will produce on its initial run. That will be 5 million units, split between two Galaxy S7 models.
A few days ago, we mentioned that Samsung was working on a mid-range smartphone line that would carry the Galaxy C moniker and cram mid-range hardware into a metal body. Today some specifications of one of those Galaxy C devices has turned up via AnTuTu benchmarks giving us a glimpse at what is under the hood. The specific device that has turned up in the benchmark is the Galaxy C7 SM-C7000.
This week the Samsung Galaxy S7 has been updated with an OTA software kick in the pants that rectifies several Wi-fi-related problems. This update is coming to the Verizon version of the device first, it seems, somehow, miraculously, and includes Wi-fi connectivity on Marshmallow OS first and foremost.
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.
We're getting close to the Xiaomi Mi 5 launch. We've learned a lot about this new smartphone although most of them are unconfirmed rumors and leaks. The last one we noted was the IR blaster and laser focus . Phone was also listed earlier on GearBest in three color options: gold, black, and white.The latest leaked images shared over on Weibo show us the retail packaging of the Xiaomi Mi 5.
You understand that OnePlus is right now busy trying to get the OnePlus 2 into the hands of the millions who ordered and bought them, while also trying to make sure they don’t make the same shipping and manufacturing mistakes they made for the recently-launched OnePlus X .
There have been plenty of leaks that have told us what to expect with the 2016 version of the Galaxy J7 smartphone. Earlier this month the J5 and J7 passed through TENAA to get their Chinese certifications. This week a slew of new images have leaked that claim to be the official Samsung glamour shots of the J7 smartphone.
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.
More Samsung smartphones are eligible to receive the latest software updates. Last year’s Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6, and Galaxy S6 from Verizon and T-Mobile can now taste the fluffy Android OS version. If you own any of these devices mentioned, expect to receive OTA notifications as the carriers will push them out in the next few days.