A few days ago we revealed leaked specs for the Snapdragon 820. And if you may remember, Samsung ditched Qualcomm and used their homebrewed Exynos 7420 chipsets in the Galaxy
So it seems that Samsung is not going to just stop at making their own chipset for their Galaxy line of smartphones. A recent GFXBench leak of an upcoming TCL phablet, the TCL
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to launch later this year, and is also expected to come in two variants: A Snapdragon 805 version for the US market and
Samsung have today announced the launch of their Chromebook 2 devices – a new lineup of laptop running Chrome OS, available in 11.6-inches and 13.3-inches with a faux leather lid.
Samsung added two new members to its portfolio of Exynos mobile processors at Mobile World Congress this week. In one hand we have the eight-core Exynos 5 Octa 5422 while
As we are coming closer to IFA 2013 and Samsung’s own Unpacked event, more and more details about the Samsung Galaxy Gear are emerging from the inner depths of Samsung’s
The Samsung Gear, a product that might very well become the first successful attempt at creating a commercially attractive smartwatch, has just gotten an official release date and colors. According to
Samsung seems to really be trying to take the cake with their latest hardware announcement. Hot on the heels of the new Tegra 4 from NVIDIA and the Snapdragon 800
Samsung recently gave an updated statement concerning a software vulnerability in their Exynos kernel. They confirmed that they were already aware of the issue, and did also acknowledge that the
Well, it looks like the cat is out of the bag. After months of mock-ups, fakes and leaks, Samsung has announced its new flagship: The Galaxy S III. Packing a
Ironically, the U.S. models will probably “only” boast Snapdragon S4 chips.
There’s this little company you probably haven’t heard of called Samsung. Anyway, apparently they had a couple of good phones over the past couple of years that sold a few
Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S III may be the first smartphone to have LTE connectivity built directly into the processor, according to new reports. Korea Times is advising that Samsung
The gigantic Samsung Galaxy Note may find itself arriving in the United States in early 2012 rocking support for AT&T’s LTE network. The handset, which features a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED
Samsung, ready to keep pace with players like Qualcomm and NVIDIA, has been quietly working on their own quad-core processor. Rumored to make its debut in the first few months