Google and Samsung have teamed up to roll out RCS messaging to Samsung Messages on more Samsung Galaxy devices. We have a list of all the devices which can expect the feature in the near future.
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Sprint has officially revealed that the Galaxy S8 Active will be available from the carrier from November 17 through various retail channels, including Sprint retail stores and website.
Today, Samsung announced that its Galaxy S8 Active handset, which was previously exclusive to AT&T, is now coming to T-Mobile and Sprint. The phone is a more durable variant of the Galaxy S8.
According to the prolific Evan Blass, the handset is expected to make an appearance on Sprint as well. Blass shared a press render of the alleged Galaxy S8 Active with Sprint as the carrier name.
After years of being exclusive to AT&T, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active to could be heading to another US carrier. Although a date is unknown, T-Mobile could soon be offering the model.
Today, Samsung formally announced the Galaxy S8 Active, a tougher version of the company's flagship handset. Starting at $28.34 per month, it's available exclusively from AT&T for a limited time.
Yet another image of the upcoming Galaxy S8 Active smartphone from Samsung has leaked online, but this time the device is visible in greater detail, thanks to the high resolution of the image.
Samsung-branded slides shared online have seemingly corroborated many of the key specifications of the upcoming Galaxy S8 Active handset, that had been shared by a Redditor earlier this week.
A Redditor has posted some hands-on pictures and a now-retracted video of the rugged version of Samsung's latest flagship device while sharing some info regarding the device's specs and design.
Samsung and AT&T have always had a special relationship, partnering on the "active" version of the Galaxy S. The Galaxy S8 seems no different, with a handset that could arrive sometime in August.
The design of Samsung's Galaxy S8 active - the rugged version of its new flagship phones - has been revealed, and shows that it won't have the same curved display as the 'standard' Galaxy S8 and S8+.
It comes as no surprise, but Samsung is developing a rugged iteration of its Galaxy S8 handset, the S8 active. The handset is codenamed Cruiser and will most likely be exclusive to AT&T.