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Samsung has so far only made the Marshmallow update available to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in South Korea - but a carrier has announced that the update is now "on the way" to those devices in Poland.
A leak last month, listing various specs of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, mentioned the inclusion of an 'always on display' - and it's now emerged that Samsung applied to trademark that term last week.
After Samsung's Galaxy S7 was snapped from the rear yesterday, a photo of its sibling, the Galaxy S7 edge, has since emerged too, showing its dual-curved 5.5-inch display and AnTuTu benchmark score.
While Google is selling the Nexus 5X priced from £299 SIM-free, a leading UK retailer is selling the device for as little as £249.99. Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge 128GB is also available with £200 off.
Verizon's latest update for the Galaxy Note 4 isn't Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but it does promise to bring performance optimizations, bug fixes and the latest security patches to the device.
Following a series of rumors and leaks, a new photo has emerged which reportedly shows Samsung's new Galaxy S7, along with some additional details about the upcoming high-end Android handset.
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A senior executive at a UK carrier has reportedly stated that Samsung will offer the Galaxy Note 6 in the UK, saying that "the decision to keep the Note 5 out of Europe is now considered a mistake."
Samsung finally began upgrading its Galaxy devices to Marshmallow in South Korea this week, but in the US, it's just seeded its first Android 6.0.1 beta build to a tiny number of Galaxy Note 5 users.
Samsung is rumored to debut a couple of new handsets at its Unpacked event in February. Along with these handsets, Samsung may also debut a new 360-degree camera dubbed 'Gear 360'.
Samsung has unveiled a new update to its Samsung Internet browser that will allow users to block ads. The update is only available for devices running Marshmallow and will arrive later for Lollipop.
Almost four months after Marshmallow began its rollout, Samsung is finally starting to upgrade its devices. Android 6.0.1 is now making its way to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, starting in South Korea.
Samsung sit atop the global smartphone shipment vendor list, but their dominance in China has been hit hard by companies like Huawei and Xaiomi, being pushed from the top five altogether.
Prolific leaker @evleaks posted an image to Twitter earlier today, revealing what might be the launch date of the upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 edge flagship smartphones from Samsung.
The IDC has released smartphone shipment figures for 2015. While Samsung and Apple top the chart at one and two respectively, the surprising winner for the year is Huawei.
Samsung has launched its latest tablet into the Galaxy Tab E range, this time an 8-inch tablet. If you thought people holding large phones was a sight to look at, you're certainly in for a treat.
While Samsung readies its next flagship handset, the Galaxy S7, leaked images have surfaced showing off the handset's front camera, as well as its working display.
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Researchers discovered a number of smart home devices that leaked user data, including Nest's learning thermostat and a security camera that broadcasted completely non-encrypted video streams.
The 500,000-member Consumentenbond is taking Samsung to court, alleging that it is "guilty of unfair trade practices", and "demanding that Samsung actually provide its smartphones with updates".
The South Korean tech giant is now hard at work building the HBM2 chips that will power high performance computing and next generation graphics cards, offering superb bandwidth and efficiency.
After many years Apple finally got an injunction against Samsung products, barring the Korean company from selling phones that are infringing Apple's patents. But there's a big twist.
Samsung has finally confirmed one of the more pervasive rumors of last year: that it has taken over manufacturing of the Snapdragon flagship CPU from TSMC and will be making the Snapdragon 820.
Verizon has updated its Samsung Galaxy Note 4, not to the very newest Android release, but to 5.1.1 Lollipop - a version of the OS that first made its way to devices over eight months ago.
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Microsoft has partnered with Samsung at CES in Las Vegas to demonstrate scenarios enabled by Windows 10, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Universal apps such as Cortana.
comScore's latest data for the US smartphone market shows that Windows phone share declined by 0.1% for a second quarter, while iOS fell by 1.0% - but Android was the big winner, up by 1.4% to 53.1%.
Samsung unveiled the Windows 10 based Galaxy TabPro S this week, and we got a hands on with the device at CES. Now, leaked costs are suggesting a €999 starting price, in Germany.
Samsung has slowly expanded its portfolio of products over the course of a few years and now it has introduced a svelte and attractive 2-in-1 Windows 10 device, dubbed the Galaxy TabPro S.
If you like pink or silver, Samsung's new Windows 10 Notebook 9 range is for users on the move with the 13-inch model weighing less than 1 kg, but there is a question over its battery life.
Samsung's new ultra-thin tablet weighs less than 700g, and features an Intel Core M processor, 4GB RAM, up to 256GB SSD, optional 4G LTE Cat 6, 12-inch 2160x1440px Super AMOLED screen, and more.
Samsung is warning its employees and investors that recent struggles it has faced in terms of profits and sales won't be ending anytime soon and that 2016 looks set to be a very uncertain year.
Mobile World Congress is right around the corner, and like previous years, we're expecting to see the newest handsets from the Samsung Galaxy range, in the form of the S7 and S7 edge.
Ahead of Samsung's presentation at CES 2016, well-known leaker Evan Blass has outed the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO S running Windows 10, seen in new screenshots published on Twitter.
One of the most interesting things that Samsung will be showing off at CES 2016 is an external SSD drive that can offer you speed, portability, ruggedness and security in a tiny, stylish package.
Straight from Korea comes news that the two Korean tech giants are reportedly close to inking a deal with Apple to manufacture OLED displays for the company's upcoming iPhones.
New images have surfaced showing a new Samsung Ultrabook weighing just 1.9 pounds or 860 grams and measuring half an inch thick. The new laptop will likely be introduced at CES next week.
A leaked image comparing the dimensions of the next flagship smartphones from Samsung has revealed that the the Galaxy S7 Edge will feature a larger screen compared to the regular Galaxy S7.
Samsung paid Apple $548 million this month alone for patent infringement, but Apple isn't done yet and is filing to receive an additional $180 million in supplemental damages.
After launching a similar program in South Korea this week, Samsung is now inviting UK owners of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge to sign up for a beta program to test its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update.
China Mobile, the largest carrier in the world by the number of customers, may have leaked some details about the Galaxy S7 that seem to confirm earlier rumors about the upcoming flagship.
Samsung wants Galaxy S6 and S6 edge owners in South Korea to help test Android 6.0 through to January 18, which suggests that a wider rollout of the Marshmallow update is still several weeks away.
Several non-Lumia Windows Phones - including some older models from Samsung, HTC and Huawei - have been tracked running Windows 10 Mobile, but that's no guarantee that they'll get official upgrades.
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A new rumor has surfaced claiming that only Samsung will be able to utilize the Snapdragon 820 in its handsets initially. If true, this could offer a significant advantage to the upcoming Galaxy S7.
The Samsung vs Apple patent battle is only intensifying as time goes on, and the South Korean tech giant is pretty confident that it can turn the tides on the recent rulings.
There's lots of speculation going around about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets but now we finally have some credible info about the new flagships, including some interesting specs.
Verizon is finally getting on board with Wi-Fi calling and the feature will begin rolling out to users tomorrow. Unfortunately, only the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will be getting it this year.
After it was announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will not be offered in Europe, new sources state that the flagship handset will finally be available in the area come early January.