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Microsoft has announced new agreements with Samsung, Dell, TrekStor, QMobile, Pegatron and many more partners, to pre-install Office, Skype and OneDrive onto their Android devices.
Samsung co-CEO Shin Jong Kyun has announced that the company will deal with increased smartphone competition by focusing more on slim design, premium materials and high-definition displays.
A top executive at a leading mobile carrier in Europe says that Samsung has received 20 million pre-orders for its Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge which is far better than the previous Galaxy models.
Samsung has posted a video on Twitter which gives us our first look at the new device. Although nothing much is shown, the rather slim design of the device takes the spotlight in this teaser.
Samsung decide to remind us that it's planning an event for March 1st, where the company will unveil their newest flagship devices; the phone maker shared a teaser video with hints of what's coming.
According to industry sources, Samsung is considering abandoning the Japanese phone market altogether after its Note Edge handset failed to garner interest and marketshare plummeted.
Some leaked images seem to show Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 as well as the Edge variant, which features folded screens. The images also confirm what our brilliant forum users figured out long ago.
Samsung is rumored to be working on the removal of most "extra features" from TouchWiz and optimizing the code. This should result in a lighter and faster skin that users will appreciate.
Samsung has run into some issues with the Snapdragon 810 which was expected to be featured on a version of the upcoming Galaxy S6. According a report the chip was overheating and creating problems.
Sprint has recently announced that it will be including two more high-end smartphones in its leasing program: the LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Samsung has officially announced its Samsung Galaxy A7 which incorporates some features of its recently-launched Galaxy A3 and A5, resulting in a phone with some pretty decent specifications.
Samsung is reportedly preparing a big surprise for buyers of the new Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 4, and the Tab S. A year of a Netflix subscription might just be in store, as well as other sweet bonuses.
A Samsung employee has revealed details of its Android 5.0 rollout in the US, including which devices will get the update first, and hints that Samsung is pressuring carriers to speed up its release.
For the first time in years, consumers are more satisfied with Samsung's smartphones than they are with Apple's iDevices - adding another layer to the already heated smartphone war.
The Galaxy S6, the currently unreleased flagship of Samsung, to be released early in 2015 has had yet more specs leaked, with the phone supposedly to include a 5.5-inch display along with new colours.
Samsung is the king of the Android smartphone market. Samsung Galaxy Alpha is a step in a new design direction for the tech giant, and four limited edition backs will soon be available for it.
Samsung may unveil its Galaxy S5 successor, the Galaxy S6, at CES 2015 in January, if new rumours are to believed.
Samsung has confirmed that it has begun rolling out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to its Galaxy S5, with other devices - including the Galaxy S4, Note 3 and Note 4 - getting the update next year.
Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge, which features a display that curves around one edge of the device, is available for pre-order in the UK - but at £750 off-contract, it's only for those with deep pockets.
Samsung is worried about its recent performance and as such it's selling some of its assets and reinvesting that money though it's not exactly clear what the company's core business actually is.
The mobile giant plans to scale back the number of unique mobile phone devices it produces by up to 30% in order to save money and increase profits after sales declines in previous months.
According to the latest report from inside the company, Samsung is looking to redesign its flagship phone. Project Zero is aimed at creating a completely new handset as next year's Galaxy S6
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Samsung has just announced two new handsets aimed at the mid to low-end segment of the market. The new aluminium devices feature powerful front-facing cameras and a focus on social networking.
Android L is fast approaching, but many devices, including numerous Samsung Galaxy handsets, are still waiting for 4.4.4 KitKat which was released in June - but it looks like that's about to change.
After the recent Galaxy Alpha it looks like Samsung wants to launch a full line of aluminium-body handsets, and the Galaxy A5 is one of the mid-range options next to the Galaxy A7 and the A3.
Conan O'Brien has officially chimed in on the iPhone 6 Plus "bendgate" issue with the help of Samsung. While the bending issue is real, O'Brien has a proposed solution.
Samsung has now confirmed that the 5.7-inch Note 4 phablet will be made available to South Koreans on September 26, with it going on sale in 140 countries after that by the end of October.
Samsung's back at it again, using Apple as a catalyst for its commercials. This time they are pitting the Galaxy Tab S against the iPad Air. But, how long will Samsung be king?
Moving forward towards resolving their disputes and once again closing the chapter on their patent woes, Microsoft and Samsung have reportedly restarted negotiations over the matter.
Samsung has announced four new phones to join its line-up comprising of refreshed handsets for its Galaxy Core, Ace, Young and Star ranges that aim to affordably offer 'exceptional performance'.
It has been reported that the Note 4 will feature a 5.7 inch 515 DPI QHD (2560×1440) screen which will bring improved image quality to the device and could directly compete with the rumored iPhone 6.
A new image has given us a slightly better look at Samsung's huge 7-inch smartphone, which is expected to be called the Galaxy Mega 7.0, although details about the device remain sketchy.
Samsung is lining up a new Galaxy smartphone with an enormous 7-inch display, although its other specs are far less grand, including a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU, 8MP camera and just 8GB of onboard storage.
Microsoft's smartphone unit is up to its old guerrilla marketing tricks, trolling a terminal at the Heathrow airport that Samsung recently renamed as part of a marketing campaign.
Apple has submitted a proposal for an injunction that would see a permanent ban on sales of nine Samsung handsets in the United States, claiming that it would otherwise suffer "irreparable harm".
Samsung is sending out colorful invitations to the media to an event in New York called the 'Samsung Galaxy Premiere 2014' which looks set to introduce some new brightly-colored tablet models.
Samsung has replaced its head of mobile design, Chang Dong-hoon. Chang will be replaced by Lee Min-hyouk, who is responsible for designing the Galaxy series and bringing prominence to Samsung.
A further $4 million has been awared to Apple in the latest patent dispute onto their $119.4 million win from Saturday, in the latest court battle between the two.
A backdoor has been discovered affecting the modem of various Samsung devices, allowing remote and indiscriminate read/write/delete access to the device's storage
Samsung has launched its own streaming music service, Milk Music, that currently is available for Galaxy phone owners in the U.S. to download and use for free via Google Play.
It looks like Samsung and Google are back together. With patent licensing deals, Google dropping Motorola, and Samsung coming back to Android's design ethics the two companies are closer than ever.
A press render of an unannounced smartphone based on Tizen from Samsung known as ZEQ 9000 has leaked, suggesting that the company could launch it at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.
Eldar Murtazin predicted that Samsung's Galaxy S5 will launch on Feb 23 - but as it turns out, he's wrong (again), as the event will actually be a showcase for the company's new Tizen OS handsets.
Leaked images show that Samsung is at least exploring a new card-based UI for its upcoming Galaxy S5 handset. The new UI may launch with the device as a revamped version of TouchWiz.
After yesterday's news regarding specs for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5, we now have even more info on the handset. This time rumors point to a larger battery capacity and fast-charging action.
Some unlocked versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 are receiving the Android 4.4 Kit Kat upgrade. US devices seem destined to follow soon, after carriers give their approval.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Samsung CEO Oh-Hyun Kwon, along with their lawyers, have agreed to sit down in a mediation session that could settle the two companies' patent issues before a March court date.