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Samsung has taken the wraps off its first 4G Tizen smartphone, which will be known as Z2 and will be available through online and offline retailers in India for a price of Rs. 4590.
As part of a new deal, Microsoft apps like Office, OneDrive, and Outlook will be preloaded on upcoming Lenovo Android smartphones. The deal also includes a patent cross-licensing agreement.
Samsung is allegedly planning to launch a refurbished device marketplace in early 2017 to rival competitors such as Apple. The move could help the company fend off rivals in developing nations.
Samsung has run its own music streaming service for Galaxy owners for two and a half years but that service, known as "Milk Music", will cease to exist one month from now.
Samsung has been making strides, becoming one of the more refined Android handset makers. The Note7 is could be its best offering yet, with exquisite build and material, and an improved S-Pen stylus.
Motorola recently took to Twitter to accuse Samsung of stealing its 'Always-On Display' feature in the Galaxy Note7. The company claims that it had the idea first, when it launched the Moto X in 2013.
Samsung's new stylus-toting flagship is now available to buy in ten markets around the world. The Galaxy Note7 offers a ton of high-end specs, but an even more premium version is expected next week.
The Galaxy Note7 is an impressive device that's already getting a lot of positive reviews thanks to its design and specs. But now we get to see what's on the inside and what makes it tick.
Three UK has announced pre-orders for the new Samsung Galaxy Note7. While stocks last, Three are also bundling in a Galaxy VR headset. There is an upfront cost of £149 then £35 per month.
Samsung has sent out invites to an event in China, at which it's expected to launch an even higher-end version of its stylus-toting flagship, featuring 128GB of storage, and a massive 6GB of RAM.
Samsung has confirmed that it will unveil a new version of its smartwatch, dubbed the Gear S3. The new device is expected to look similar to its predecessor but offer lots of new sensors.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note7 earlier this month, and said it would be released in the US on August 19 - but many who pre-ordered the device on Verizon and T-Mobile will get theirs much sooner.
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Samsung's new flagship device, the Galaxy Note7, launched sporting Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. But Samsung has a plan to bring the newer Android 7.0 Nougat to its devices in the near future.
Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy Note7 is either releasing or soon-to-be released in many parts of the world. Unfortunately for The Netherlands and Malaysia, the Note7 launch has being delayed.
Samsung is being accused by ex-employees of misleading them and hiding hazardous working conditions from them. What's worse, the South Korean government isn't helping its citizens.
Samsung has announced launch details for its new Galaxy Note7 in India. Buyers there will get three months of unlimited voice calls and 4G data, and will also be able to buy a Gear VR headset for $30.
Samsung is likely working on its next-generation mobile chip, which is supposedly built on a 10nm FinFET process and is currently hitting speeds of 4Ghz in tests, outperforming the Snapdragon 830.
Samsung has dropped a big hint that it may not sell a 'flat' display version of next year's Galaxy S8, and other future S-series handsets, offering those devices only with dual-curved 'edge' displays.
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Aside from unveiling the Galaxy Note7 yesterday, Samsung also announced in Kenya its Tizen-powered budget phone, the Samsung Z2. It is a follow-up to past handsets, like the Z1 and Z3.
The pre-orders for the Galaxy Note7 have been made available for those in the United States. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon are offering either a free 256GB microSD card or Gear Fit 2.
Just in case you were curious, the Note7 will not have the same stylus design flaw that was found in the Note 5. When tested at Samsung's event, the stylus did not succumb to the same fate.
Last year, Samsung shunned Europe when it came to the release of the Note 5. Luckily, a year later, the company is making changes by offering the handset to the EU, making it an official release.
The Galaxy Note7 will arrive with a USB Type-C charging port, but Samsung won't leave consumers hanging, as they will include a microUSB to Type-C adapter, so owners can use their existing cables.
Samsung today formally announced its latest Galaxy Note7 flagship phone. The company is promising a fast, accurate iris scanner, 64GB of storage that's expandable up to 256GB, IP68 rating, and more.
According to the latest figures released by IDC, tablet shipments continue to decline worldwide with only 38.7 million units sold in Q2 2016, a marked 12.3% year over year decrease.
Samsung is prepping a new Gear watch that could arrive with more than just superficial changes. The watch, which could be called the Gear S3, might feature extra sensors and GPS.
With a day left before Samsung's big unveil at its Unpacked event, the Note7 has appeared in new images. The images give us a clearer view of what the front and back of the device will look like.
It looks like the Note7 will may arrive with a free Gear Fit 2. According to a source, the handset will come bundled with Samsung's fitness band if purchased from T-Mobile or Sprint.
After releasing Marshmallow for the Galaxy A5 (2016) in June, Samsung has now started rolling out Android 6.0.1 to the original Galaxy A5 - and it's likely to be the last major Android update it gets.
The Galaxy Note7 launch is just two days away, but there's probably nothing left for Samsung to unveil as a new leak has taken the wraps off the device's looks as well as internals.
While Samsung is busy preparing for the launch of the Galaxy Note7, the company seems to have taken some time off to promote the Galaxy S7 with a battery comparison video with competing flagships.
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Earlier today, Samsung released the official promo video of its upcoming Note smartphone, hinting at the Note7 name. The device is set to be launched within a week's time in New York.
AT&T said last month that Wi-Fi calling would come to "select Android devices" starting with the LG G4, and later, the Galaxy S6 active. Now, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have been added to the list too.
LG Display announced it would invest a massive amount of money into a new flexible OLED display production line. This comes as Samsung is expected to unveil a new device with a flexible display.
There's been a number of leaks pertaining to the Galaxy Note7 recently, but this latest one seemingly confirms one, big, upcoming feature: the Galaxy Note7 will come with an iris scanner.
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IDC says global smartwatch shipments fell by almost a third year-over-year, thanks to a massive 55% drop in Apple Watch shipments - but Apple remains the largest smartwatch vendor by a large margin.
After beginning its Marshmallow rollout for the Galaxy Note 4 a couple of months ago, Samsung has started upgrading the device to Android 6.0.1 in Australia, bringing a range of improvements.
Verizon began upgrading the Galaxy Tab S2 to Marshmallow a few weeks ago, followed more recently by AT&T - and now, T-Mobile has also started its Android 6.0.1 rollout for the Samsung tablet.
Samsung is working on a standalone VR headset, to take on the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. Thanks to trademark filings, we now know Samsung's upcoming device might be called the Odyssey.
The camera on the Galaxy S7 range has been globally praised for being excellent whatever the conditions. Now, Samsung have a lens kit to enhance your photos. But is it any good?
Earlier this month, Consumer Reports said two Galaxy S7 active handsets had failed its water immersion test, despite the device being marketed as water-resistant - and Samsung has since responded.
AT&T is now upgrading Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 to Android 6.0.1, and in addition to the usual Marshmallow improvements, the carrier's update also brings support for NumberSync to the device.
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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.