Just a quick note to let you all know that Samsung’s “Galaxy Premiere 2014″ event is slated for this Thursday. And, like the previous events of its kind you’ll be able
Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is a relatively new smartphone, which was released in April, and there are already reports that Samsung is cutting down on parts orders for its flagship phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 should arrive this September, if Samsung sticks to its release cycle that is. This new report says that Samsung’s new phablet won’t come alone though.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 on T-Mobile USA’s got its Android KitKat update back in March. This time around it’s getting an additional update carrying some of Samsung Galaxy S5’s features.
Huge phones aren’t foreign territory for Samsung, far from it. They basically started the phablet game with the Note line and a year ago they released their Galaxy Mega devices.
June 12 is the date when Samsung is expected to announce their Galaxy Tab S lineup. First the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 leaked and not long after that the 8.4 version
Samsung did a really good job in the ads department this time. Under the hashtag #Expect more they introduced 3 new ads and as we said, they’re not half bad.
The international version of Samsung Galaxy S4 Active is finally getting Android 4.4 KitKat. Software version I9295XXUCNE5 is currently out in the Netherlands and a few other countries, according to recent reports.
There’s hasn’t been much info regarding the Galaxy S5 Active, all we had so far were the apps leak. This leak is going to make up for all that though,
According to Korean sources, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime could be offered in a limited supply given the high cost manufacturing the product. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime could be
As of late, Samsung has been using its enormous power to negotiate free extras to the millions of Galaxy owners world-wide. Samsung has now inked a deal with Amazon to
Were you one of the many enjoying your free “Milk”? Well, Milk Music is having a price increase for a new premium service. Samsung will still be providing its free
On the heels of launching Milk Music, Samsung has just announced a partnership with Russell Simmons and Steve Rifkind, co-founders of All Def Digital (ADD) and All Def Music, along with
Samsung’s mid-range offering the Galaxy Core Advance soon to be accompanied by some accessories to help enhance the accessibility options which are already offered by Samsung’s devices. Per Samsung’s own site