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Samsung has pushed out a big update for its Gear S2 line of smartwatches. Users can now install apps straight from the watch, use their photos as watch faces and get to try out new UX elements.
Samsung Mobile's president has let slip that the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 phablet will feature improved software for a better note-taking experience. The device will be unveiled on August 2nd.
Samsung has begun sending out invitations for a press event on August 2 to announce the next iteration in its line of Galaxy Note devices. The invitation confirms that it will be called Galaxy Note7.
Samsung's new handsets feature 5- and 5.5-inch displays, and a "premium faux leather back", and the company says they're the ideal choice "for those who do not compromise on style and features".
The Galaxy Tab S, which was unveiled in June 2014, is expected to be upgraded to Marshmallow in the coming weeks - but given its age, it may well be Samsung's last official update for the device.
It looks like Samsung's upcoming device, the Note 7, is getting to see the light of day again, ahead if its official announcement in August. Images of an alleged Note 7 prototype were leaked online.
Samsung has unveiled three new devices: the 7-inch Galaxy J Max phablet; the low-cost Galaxy J1 Ace Neo; and the Galaxy J2 (2016), featuring an unusual rear LED notification system, called Smart Glow.
After unveiling the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 in Europe a couple of months ago, Samsung has now opened pre-orders for the mid-range Android tablet in the US, priced at $299.99 for the Wi-Fi model.
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Samsung suggested a defective unit may have resulted in its Galaxy S7 active failing Consumer Reports' water-resistance tests - but the publication emphasized: "We bought two, and they both failed."
Despite a distinct lack of device support, Samsung has become the first flash memory manufacturer to unveil removable Universal Flash Storage cards offering fast speeds and capacities up to 256GB.
Samsung is launching a new variant of its S7 edge handset for athletes participating in the Olympics in Rio. The handset offers a black motif with hints of green, blue, red and yellow.
Evan Blass, who's well known for accurately leaking upcoming devices, has posted a picture of what could be another new Samsung device, the Galaxy J Max, a large phablet sporting a 7-inch screen.
Nine months after Google originally released Marshmallow, AT&T has finally released Android 6.0.1 for Samsung's Galaxy S6 active. The update weighs in at 1441MB, and includes Wi-Fi calling support.
An import registry from India shows that Samsung might be working on a new version of its Gear VR headset. The updated device is likely to be launched next month, alongside the Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung is pushing out a security update for a number of its high-profile devices, including this year and last year's flagships. The update fixes 8 critical and 17 high-severity security flaws.
After releasing the Marshmallow update for its Galaxy A5 (2016) and Galaxy A7 in recent weeks, Samsung has now begun rolling out Android 6.0.1 to the Galaxy A8, starting in India.
Samsung's worst kept secret, the Galaxy Note 7 has leaked once again. This time readers can take a look at the upcoming device, thanks to press renders showing the Galaxy Note 7's three colors.
Samsung is reportedly spinning off its OLED manufacturing business. This separates and protects the valuable division, which recently won a huge deal to supply Apple with 100 million OLED panels.
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The first nightly builds of the Servo web engine have been released. The builds showcase massive improvements in graphics rendering. The maintainers are now seeking outside help to improve Servo.
Quite a few Samsung devices have picked up the Marshmallow update in recent weeks - and now there's another addition to the list. Android 6.0.1 is now heading to the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 on Verizon.
Samsung's Note7 is becoming one of the worst kept secrets this summer. A new leak reveals more details and gives us a better glimpse at the curved display and other features.
After releasing its Marshmallow update for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 yesterday, T-Mobile has also begun rolling out Android 6.0.1 for the Galaxy Note Edge in the US. The update weighs in at 1.52GB.
The Marshmallow update began rolling out for the original Galaxy S5 back in March. Now, Android 6.0.1 is making its way to the Galaxy S5 Neo, with availability in several European markets so far.
T-Mobile and Samsung haven't forgotten about Note 4 owners and have today released an Android update bumping the version up to 6.0.1. The OTA update will bring Doze and other Marshmallow features.
The Note7 is shaping up to a beastly device, offering a large 5.7-inch display, 4000mAh battery and faster Snapdragon processor. The handset will also offer a new UX and 256GB storage option.
A video and a large number of screenshots claim to show off Samsung's upcoming TouchWiz UX update, expected to be launched on the Galaxy Note7. The new version features a cleaner, simpler design.
Samsung has made yet another addition to its list of devices eligible for the Marshmallow update. The rollout of Android 6.0.1 has now begun for the Galaxy On7, a mid-range handset released last year.
Samsung is expected to name its upcoming flagship phablet as the Galaxy Note7, and now the device's branding and some of its hardware specifications have been leaked by Evleaks.
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Rumours are flying around that Xiaomi is working on a successor to the recently released Mi 5. It's expected to launch in the second half of the year and could include Samsung-supplied camera modules.
Samsung is continuing to make Marshmallow available for more of its devices - and it's just added two more to the list. Android 6.0.1 has started rolling out to the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5 (2016).
Samsung has unveiled the 'Notebook 7 spin', a new Windows 10 convertible available in two sizes, which goes on sale this week, and is aimed at those who enjoy consuming content and surfing the web.
Samsung has launched its Gear 360 camera in the United States, but there's a catch. You have to be at VidCon in California to purchase it; otherwise, you'll have to wait until the end of the year.
Three months after other major US carriers began upgrading Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+ to Marshmallow, AT&T has finally started its Android 6.0.1 rollout for both of those devices.
Samsung has big plans for the future, with the company announcing that it is investing a huge sum of money in R&D for the Internet of Things, as well as partnering with Intel and Microsoft.
After releasing Marshmallow for the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab A a few weeks ago, Samsung has now started its rollout of Android 6.0.1 to that tablet's smaller sibling, the Galaxy Tab A 8.0.
Samsung has announced today that it will acquire cloud computing firm Joyent. The move will reportedly help the tech company create more reliable and seamless services for its customers.
According to some leaked materials, Samsung might be ditching the notification LED on some phones, in favor of a notification ring that sits on the back of the device. Samsung calls this Smart Glow.
To lessen its reliance on the Android operating system, Samsung is reportedly planning to use its homebrew OS, Tizen. This comes after it released a small number of products under the said platform.
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Samsung, via its Galaxy Beta Program, has rolled out a new user interface for users in China and S. Korea. The UI scraps the launcher button, includes new icons, and has redesigned menus.
Samsung's new fitness wearable, the Gear Fit2 is now available in stores and online. The new device is launching in seven markets for now, with more coming soon, for a retail price of $179.99.
Samsung's North America chief says devices with bendable displays are "relatively right around the corner" - just days after a report claiming that Samsung's first foldable phones will arrive in 2017.
After upgrading Samsung's Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S5 and Note 4 to Marshmallow in recent weeks, Verizon has now commenced its over-the-air rollout of Android 6.0.1 for the Galaxy Note Edge.
Samsung Pay will finally be coming to Australia soon, as the Korean company has scheduled a launch event for next week where it will reveal partners and rollout plans for the service.
Samsung's latest addition to its vast selection of Android devices is the Galaxy J3 Pro, a lower-mid-range handset with a Snapdragon 410 processor, 2GB RAM, 8MP camera...and an old version of Android.