Samsung has announced the availability of its Galaxy Tab S7 Fan Edition 5G in the US. Powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 750G chipset, the tablet comes with a 12.4-inch LCD screen and S-Pen stylus.
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Samsung is expected to reveal its latest flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7+, on August 5, but a new report claims to reveal almost all of the hardware specs of the device ahead of launch.
According to leaked renders, Samsung's next flagship tablet will have a larger display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and dual rear cameras. There is also a tray on the back to attach the S Pen.
Samsung is working on two high-end Android tablets with screen sizes of 11-inch and 12.4-inch, respectively. The tablets will directly take on Apple's iPad Pro lineup and launch later this year.
Following its teaser yesterday, Samsung has finally unveiled its Galaxy Tab S6 device, featuring a redesigned S Pen, powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 855, and with an ultrawide rear sensor.
Today, Samsung showed off a teaser for the impending announcement of a new Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Tab. The firm teased the devices, but will give more details on July 31 and August 5, respectively.
The Galaxy Tab S3 has been the target of numerous leaks and rumors so far. Now, just days ahead of the expected official unveiling, the Tab S3 has shown up in yet another leaked image.
According to a credible report, Samsung is working on building a new version of its Windows 10 tablet. Dubbed the Galaxy TabPro S2, the new device is expected to go head to head with the Surface line.
Samsung has announced two new tablets that will go head to head with Apple's iPads. The 8-inch and 9.7-inch tablets will become available globally next month, though pricing hasn't been announced.
Samsung has announced two new additions to their Galaxy Tab lineup, the Galaxy Tab A 8" and Galaxy Tab A 9.7", with mostly mediocre specs but with a change to a 4:3 aspect ratio.
It looks like we can expect new Galaxy Note and Tab series of tablets in four categories ranging from 7 to 12-inches sometime this year, as a site has uncovered all of the upcoming model numbers.
Apple and Samsung tried and failed Saturday to reach a settlement in their ongoing legal fight in the US over design elements in their products, leaving that decision to members of the jury.
Judge Lucy Koh lost it today in the latest round of the Apple-Samsung trial, as she yelled at Apple's lawyer and said he was "smoking crack" when he tried to bring in too many witnesses in the trial.
The judge in the current trial between Samsung and Apple in the US is now urging the two companies to try to come up with a settlement before the jury in the case renders a verdict.
Samsung are to release a new variant of their Galaxy Tab 7.0. Entitled the 'Student Edition', it includes extras and retails for the same price as a standard model.... for some reason.
The judge presiding in the current trial between Samsung and Apple won't allow Samsung to use the arguement that Apple stole the iPad design from the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The trial between Samsung and Apple in San Jose began on a somewhat sour note this week as its judge took Samsung to task for releasing evidence to the public that she had excluded from the trial.
A UK court has ruled that Apple won't have to immediately run ads in that territory that dispel the idea that the Galaxy Tab is a copy of the iPad. The final decision has been delayed until October.
Apple has lost an injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1N, meaning the redesigned tablet can still be sold in Germany. They have managed to get the Galaxy Tab 7.7 banned across the entire EU.
A UK judge has ruled that Apple must run newspaper and magazine advertisements in that part of the world that state Samsung did not copy the iPad design for its Galaxy Tab tablets.
A UK court has ruled that three models of Samsung's Galaxy Tab do not copy the designs of Apple's iPad with the judge saying that the Galaxy Tab isn't as "cool" as the iPad.
Apple has a reason to celebrate today after having won a preliminary injunction to stop sales of the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 in the US. Samsung on the other hand disagrees and have already appealed.
When you can't beat your nearest competitor, apparently the best solution is to simply proclaim yourself to be superior with an image to back yourself up.
Samsung recorded a record profit for the fourth quarter of 2011, thanks in part to increased sales of its smartphone devices like the Galaxy S II which increased its revenues by 40 percent.
Apple is once again filing lawsuits against Samsung in Germany, claiming that a number of Samsung's smartphone and tablet designs violate Apple's design rights.
Samsung has reported that it generated $4.5 billion in profit for the fourth quarter of 2011, thanks in part to increased sales of its Android-based smartphones such as the Galaxy S II.
Samsung has been accused of stealing ideas from Apple and now the company has stolen the actress from an iPhone 4S commercial to star in their own tablet advertisement.
Samsung is now backtracking a bit, saying now that it is looking into giving Galaxy S smartphone and original Galaxy Tab tablet owners an update plan for Android 4.0.
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S smartphone and the original seven inch Galaxy Tab tablet will not be updated to Android 4.0. due to a lack of available RAM and ROM on the devices.
A federal judge has ruled that Samsung's Galaxy Tab tablet and Galaxy smartphones can continue to be sold in the US while the patent battle between Samsung and Apple continues in court.
A new court decision in Australia has overturned a previous court ruling, which now allows Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet to be sold in that country over objections from rival Apple.
A new report from the NPD Group claims that so far in 2011, only 1.2 million tablet devices not made by Apple have been sold, showing that the rest of the tablet industry is well behind the iPad.
Samsung has come up with a solution to the German ban on its tablet: tweak the design so it looks a lot less like an iPad 2. The Galaxy Tab 10.1N is expected to launch only in Germany next week.
A judge in the US has ruled that Samsung has violated Apple's patents but that Apple must still show that its own patents are indeed valid under the law in the latest round in this legal fight.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet will not go on sale in Australia for at least another month as a patent infringement battle with Apple drags on.
Samsung is using the classic 1968 sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey as one of its defenses against Apple in its patent fight over the Galaxy Tab tablet.
Samsung has hinted that it will make a big product announcement on Thursday, September 1 which could reveal a new smartphone, a new tablet or maybe both.
A new injunction filed by Apple is seeking the sales ban of all of Samsung's smartphones and tablets as part of the two companies' patent fight.
Apple has been accused of modifying an image of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 in order to give it more of a resemblance to their iPad, in order to gain an upper hand during a court hearing.
Samsung has announced that it is going to stop providing sales data on its line-up of both mobile phones and tablets. The company said alongside this that it may present business risks in the face...