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.
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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.
Samsung is believed to be working on two devices with bendable displays - including one with a 5-inch form factor that opens up to become an 8-inch tablet - and they may be unveiled in early 2017.
The rugged version of Samsung's Galaxy S7 flagship features a shatter-resistant 5.1-inch display, a generous 4000mAh battery, and IP68 dust- and water-resistance, along with many other high-end specs.
Back in April, Samsung rolled out Marshmallow to the version of its Galaxy S5 with a Snapdragon processor in India - but Android 6.0.1 is finally available for those devices with an Exynos chip too.
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Microsoft Research has developed a system which allows even the lowest-end laptops and smartphones to run high-quality VR. Dubbed FlashBack it offers 8x better framerates and 15x latency reduction.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7, also known as the Note 6, has finally showed itself online in a leaked press render. There's also a short video showing the actual device, including its curved-edge screen.
Samsung unveiled two new fitness wearables, the Gear Fit2 and the IconX. The Fit2 will improve on the original Fit in every way, while the IconX will offer a more unique approach to fitness tracking.
Samsung apologized after a support rep told a customer whose wireless card wasn't working after upgrading to Windows 10: "We don't suggest installation of Windows 10 to any Samsung laptop or PC."
Almost eight months after Google released Marshmallow, Verizon has finally begun to roll out Android 6.0.1 for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4, including support for Wi-Fi Calling and Android for Work.
After rolling out to the Galaxy S5 on Sprint and T-Mobile in recent weeks, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has now started making its way to Samsung's 2014 flagship on Verizon.
ARM is a little known company for those outside of the tech field, but it's responsible for most of the chips powering our devices. So it's a big deal when ARM announced its new VR-focused silicon.
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Samsung unveiled its new handset, the Galaxy C5. The C5 offers a premium build touting 4GB RAM, 16MP shooter, NFC and fingerprint reader. The handset is available for preorder in China for $334 USD.
Samsung is allegedly working on a gamepad for its Gear VR headset. It aims to improve the VR experience as users won't have to use the buttons on the Gear VR. Samsung could announce it at E3 in June.
In an effort to tap into the large enterprise and government sectors in India, Samsung has launched the 7" Galaxy Tab Iris, with built in iris recognition technology and biometric capabilities.
Samsung, in partnership with Warner Bros., has taken the wraps off the Injustice Edition of the Galaxy S7 edge to mark the third anniversary of the DC Comics game, Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Samsung might be planning to skip numbers for its next Galaxy Note handset, in order to be in line more with its current S flagships, possibly naming the next handset the Galaxy Note 7.
A few weeks after releasing Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, Verizon is rolling out a software update for both devices, promising "bug fixes, enhancements and other changes."
Samsung's latest budget-friendly SSD series is now within everyone's reach, and a new member has joined the family with 500 GB of affordable fast storage for things like your growing game library.
Huawei alleges that Samsung has infringed its patents in various 4G technologies, and operating system and user interface elements, in its smartphones - but another claim remains secret for now.
Samsung is officially done with the Android Wear platform, according to a new report. The firm will continue its wearable efforts with its in-house OS, Tizen, a platform it has used for some time.
Two months after Samsung began upgrading the Galaxy S5 to Android 6.0.1 - and over seven months after Google released Marshmallow - T-Mobile is finally rolling out the update to the 2014 flagship.
Best Buy has announced a new promo for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Buyers of the new Samsung flagships for use on either AT&T, Verizon Wireless or Sprint are entitled to a free Samsung Smart TV.
Samsung is reportedly in talks with content providers to explore the possibility of launching its own TV and movie streaming service, which could potentially be offered around the world.
Windows phones now account for just 0.7% of the worldwide smartphone market - down from 2.5% a year ago - and it appears that as few as 100,000 non-Lumia Windows phones were sold in Q1 of this year.
Android 7.0 is fast approaching, but Android 6.0 continues to slowly trickle out to more devices. One of the latest Samsung devices to get the Marshmallow update is its 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab A.
Three months after Samsung started its Marshmallow rollout for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, and seven months after Google first released Marshmallow, AT&T has at last started upgrading both devices.
Along with the standard Galaxy S5 and - more recently - the S5 Plus, the Marshmallow update is now making its way to another variant of Samsung's 2014 Android flagship: the Galaxy S5 LTE-A.
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Samsung's 6.3mm-thick Windows 10 tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S, is now available to pre-order in Canada, priced at $1,399 - but it looks like buyers there won't be offered the 4G LTE model.
After launching the 6.3mm-thick Galaxy TabPro S in Australia last month, Samsung has now released the 4G LTE model of its sleek, light Windows 10 tablet there too, priced at $1,799.
Samsung's next-generation Galaxy Note handset is expected to go on sale in the United States during the week beginning August 15, almost exactly a year after the launch of its predecessor.
Ahead of its release next month, Samsung has revealed the Galaxy Tab A 10.1, its latest Android tablet, featuring a WUXGA display, octa-core Exynos processor, and optional 4G LTE connectivity.
Samsung has started rolling out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy S5 Plus - the more powerful version of its 2014 flagship, featuring a Snapdragon 805 SoC - starting in Germany.
A new microSD card from Samsung is on the way, promising more storage than anything else before it at 256 GB. The EVO Plus 256 GB will be available to purchase in June for the price of $249.99.
Owners of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 in Germany will soon get a taste of Marshmallow, as Android 6.0.1 has started rolling out there, although it's currently available only for the unlocked model.
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Researchers from University of Michigan and Microsoft have found worrying flaws in Samsung's SmartThings IoT platform that allows attackers to gain access to homes and snoop on users.
After beginning its Marshmallow rollout for the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2 in Germany last week, Samsung has now started upgrading the 8.0-inch version of the device to Android 6.0.1 over in the UK.
While Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon have all rolled out their Marshmallow updates for the Galaxy S6, AT&T customers have been kept waiting - but it looks like the wait may finally be coming to an end.
IDC has released its latest quarterly market share report for tablets, which has revealed a huge fall in shipments mainly due to lack of interest among consumers for these portable devices.