In addition to rolling out a new member of the Galaxy Note 8.0, Samsung today introduced a new 1TB media hub for your living room. Dubbed HomeSync, it’s an Android
Samsung today introduced the next member of the Galaxy Note family, officially unveiling the Galaxy Note 8.0. As the name implies, the tablet features an 8-inch display, however the finer
New images of smartphones cases purported to work with the Samsung Galaxy S4 could reveal a bit about the design of the upcoming handset. As you’ll see in the photos
Samsung today announced a Wi-Fi version of the Samsung Galaxy Camera will be offered in the coming weeks. Stopping short of giving a price or exact launch time frame, the
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is now rumored for a March 14 debut, one day earlier than previous reports. That is, of course, if you are inclined to believe Russian blogger
Samsung has very high expectations for the upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S4. How high? Oh, let’s say “100 million sales” high. In a note to clients today, Jefferies &
While it’s been known for awhile the Project J is a Samsung thing, the rumors were that it was the codename for the Galaxy S IV. However, once that name
A running list of details for one of this year’s most anticipated Android devices.
The U.S. model is expected to arrive in May or June, according to reports.
Back in December, we heard that Samsung is working on 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy S III, codenamed as the SGH-T999L. After that, things got pretty quiet for
Samsung has announced two new devices that are heading to the South Korea market, looking alarmingly like the Galaxy S3 – the Galaxy Young and the Galaxy Fame. Both devices
Talk about the game however you want, just don’t use specific words.
Samsung may soon introduce a new, high-resolution member of the Galaxy Tab, if rumors prove to be correct. Reportedly, details for a GT-P8200 have been spotted and point to a
Samsung looks to be gearing up for Mobile World Congress and may soon deliver a next generation Galaxy Tab 3. We first heard about it just a week ago and now
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Express will be headed to international markets in the coming months. Details include Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 5-megapixel camera, 1.2GHz