The announcements this year from Samsung are notably muted without the launch of a new Galaxy smartphone, but despite this being a mobile-focused conference in Barcelona this week, there were a few new Samsung devices to whet the appetite. The first is actually more of a PC, in a Windows-10 based tablet called the Galaxy Book, available in either 10.6-inch LCD or 12-inch Super AMOLED
A few hours ago, the Galaxy Xcover 4 was spotted in an official FCC listing – traditionally indicative of an impending release. Still, Samsung might have just broken some kind of speed record, since the handset is already up on its German website. The specs info in the press release does seem to mostly match what we already know from previous rumors. Design-wise, it bears quite a bit of resemblance to its Xcover
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone has leaked yet again. The leak comes courtesy of the usually reliable leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter), and shows the front of the device in what seems to be a press image. I think this is what you’ve been waiting for. pic.twitter.com/FvYfsLOy0R Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 1, 2017 There’s no information on whether the device shown in the image is the
It’s not that we haven’t seen real-life images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8, but a new leak has surfaced that probably gives you the clearest view of the flagship’s design. The leak comes just a day after the usually reliable tipster Evan ‘@evleaks’ Blass shared a Galaxy S8 image also showing the front of the handset. That was, however, a press render, and the model (regular S8 or S8+) the render
Samsung is expected to launch at least one new tablet at MWC 2017 in Barcelona at the end of the month, and the latest leak suggests we’ll see the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2 break cover. The slate appears to have passed through US regulator the FCC, and in the process pretty much all the specs for the TabPro S2 have been revealed. It would follow on from the Galaxy TabPro S, which means Windows 10 rather than Android
Following the similar rollouts that went out in the last 24 hours for Sprint’s and Verizon’s versions of the Galaxy S5 in the US, Samsung is now busy pushing out an update to those units purchased from Europe. The update is now rolling out over-the-air in several countries across the continent, coming in as a 53MB download. It will add the usual unnamed bug fixes and performance improvements, but also the security update for January.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 isn’t going to officially be announced this month a MWC 2017, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be completely absent. Samsung’s flagship Android phone for 2017 will be teased on February 26 at the company’s Barcelona press conference, according to The Korean Herald. The sneak peak is said to come in the form of a one-minute video clip, which sounds like just enough time to catch
Earlier today, we learned that the beta program for Nougat on Samsung’s latest flagship pair is officially over. This was shared along with a suggested release time frame of January 2017 for the consumer version. But, if that wasn’t enough to prove Samsung is really working hard on the OTA, it appears the support documentation for both models has now been updated to reflect the OS change and is already spreading
Samsung kicked off the year by making the three often leaked members of its 2017 A series official. The Galaxy A7 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A3 (2017) were expected to debut on January 5 at a dedicated event in Malaysia, but the companys global press site listed them today. All three new handsets come with IP68 certification for water and dust resistance and sport fingerprint scanners in their home buttons. They run on Android
Samsung is reportedly working on its own voice-activated AI system, as we heard before. But to differentiate from Alexa, Cortana and Siri it will have a male voice and will be named Bixby. We are expecting to hear from him (pun intended) in March when the Galaxy S8 is revealed but according to our source it will also be a crucial part of Galaxy Note 8. The phone, we now hear, is also going to have a UHD 4K resolution display which
HighlightsSamsung Galaxy C7 Pro expected to be unveiled in December It is tipped to sport a 5.7-inch full-HD display It is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 626 processor Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro, the rumoured Pro version of the smartphone that was launched recently, is in the news again courtesy benchmarking site AnTuTu. The key specifications of the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro have appeared on the benchmarks, revealing its display resolution, processor, RAM, and other features. The smartphone is expected to be launched in December, alongside the Galaxy C5 Pro. The reported listing reveals that the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro…
The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017), which is already Bluetooth certified and also been spotted on Zauba as well as several benchmarking websites, has now been certified by the US Federal Communications Commission as well. Specs-wise, the Galaxy A7 (2017) is rumored to be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 7870 SOC, and is said to sport a 5.5″ or 5.7″ 1080p touchscreen. Other key specs of the device include 16MP/16MP camera combo, 3GB/(32 or 64)GB
Last month Samsung went further than ever in trying to ensure that all Galaxy Note7 units sold in New Zealand are returned following its discontinuation of the device. Working with the carriers over there, the company has basically shut down mobile network access for those Note7 handsets still in the wild. This move has apparently proved successful, since Samsung is now getting ready to do the exact same thing in neighboring Australia.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) has passed quite a few of the mandatory steps before going official – with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications cleared, it also popped up on GeekBench and was also featured in a render video. Well, one of the preliminary units has apparently slipped out of the confines of NDAs and has gotten reviewed on video. Sadly, the video has since been taken down, but we’ll walk you through it. First
Following the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017), the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) has also been certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), indicating that the handset’s launch date is nearing. Specs-wise, from what all has been revealed so far, the device is powered by an Exynos 7880 chipset, and sports a 5.2-inch touchscreen. It has 3GB RAM, 16GB storage, 13MP main camera, and a 3,000mAh battery. The
Samsung is working on a successor to the Galaxy Grand Prime from 2014. The upcoming Grand Prime (2016) has so far been benchmarked and spotted at the FCC as well as in an Indian import tracking database. So clearly it should be arriving soon. While we do know quite a few of its specs already thanks to that aforementioned benchmark run, today courtesy of Samsung itself we have some news about its software, since the company’s published
By now you’d expect a Samsung Galaxy Note7 from the first batch to easily catch fire – after all, that’s why the Korean company recalled all 2.5 million units it sold until September 2. On the other hand, you probably wouldn’t expect a replacement unit, deemed safe by its maker, to have the same fate. Yet it appears as that’s exactly what happened today in Louisville, Kentucky, aboard a Southwest flight to Baltimore. While the plane
We all know the rollercoaster ride that the Galaxy Note7’s short life has been – announced after great anticipation, sales surpassing initial predictions leading to delays on some markets, only to be halted globally in light of reports of exploding batteries, followed by a worldwide recall of units already sold. India was not in the first wave of launches, and just as pre-orders were about to ship on September 2,
As you might already know, the successor to last year’s Samsung Galaxy Folder – allegedly dubbed Galaxy Folder 2 – has already been the subject of several image leaks so far. But that, apparently, hasn’t stopped more leaked images of the device from surfacing online. Following is the latest set of leaked images: Specs-wise, the phone –
As if the exploding Galaxy Note 7 fiasco was not enough, Samsung is facing another embarrassing situation: a Galaxy S7 edge unit caught fire in the owner’s pocket, “causing him second and third degree burns.” The incident happened when owner Daniel Ramirez was working at a construction site in Ohio. Reports say the phone was in his right front pocket when suddenly it started “whistling, screeching, and
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 was off to a great, but a quickly discovered battery defect caused Samsung to issue an unprecedented worldwide recall. We now hear the replacement stock for Portugal is already on the way and should be ready for exchange for September 19. The phablet has successfully launched in China and few other markets recently, where Samsung made sure the Note7 units don’t pack faulty batteries.