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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.
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A new rumor claims that while Samsung is cutting down on bloatware in the new TouchWiz, it's also replacing its own sub-par apps with Microsoft services such as OneNote, OneDrive and Office.
Owners of Samsung's smart TVs say their viewing of movies and videos is being interrupted by intrusive ads - even in apps from third-parties such as Plex and Foxtel, who deny any knowledge of the ads.
Amid declining smartphone sales and profits Samsung is betting big on the future of OLED screens. The company is investing a huge amount of money in a new manufacturing line for the panels.
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A report claiming that Snapdragon 810 processors were facing overheating issues was revealed a couple of months ago. Now, a Chinese analyst states that the issue has been fixed and the chip is ready.
After losing the top spot in China to Xiaomi last year, Samsung has now been pushed into second place in the Indian smartphone market by Micromax, which grabbed 22 percent of sales there last quarter.
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A new report claims that the Galaxy S6 won't be an all-metal design and will instead have a glass back, which means that the battery may not be removable too - a first for the Galaxy series.
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