In case you need a reminder how far ahead Samsung is from every other Android manufacturer, take a look at this chart from Chitika. The analytics and advertising company has taken a look at the web traffic in the United States and Canada to focus on which companies are most represented among Android devices that see its advertisements. Here are the results. Read More »
When the Android 4.4 update arrives on popular phones like the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and Galaxy Note 3, people will be pleased about the small improvements behind the scenes and the new UI features available in the update. One feature that won't get as much attention outside of a few obsessive tech users is that Samsung has finally stopped rigging its phones to turn in higher than normal benchmark scores. Read More »
Samsung will bribe, or reward depending on your perspective, Galaxy S5 buyers by including a series of premium service subscriptions valued at nearly $580. The Galaxy Gifts will offer the premium subscriptions at no extra cost, continuing a program that Samsung started last year as a way to reward Galaxy S 4 buyers.
We haven't seen much of the Tizen operating system that Samsung and Intel have been developing, but a few hands-on videos that have appeared online make it appear as though as though we've seen it before. That's because the design has so much in common with the Touchwiz user experience found on Samsung's Android devices. Though the icon choices differ in some regards, it's hard not to draw a direct line based on the similarities seen in the videos below.
Engadget has a hands-on video that shows Tizen looking pretty different, but there are still shades of Touchwiz in the camera app. Both videos show an interesting OS, but the version seen in Engadget's hands-on looks a little better to me. I must admit that I'm interested in both versions because of things like the way that "Dynamic Boxes" (widgets) expand into having a flipped view. However, I don't see anything in particular to make me think this would offer something that better than what someone can get from Android. You have to start somewhere, so maybe Tizen will mature into something more compelling than a phone that reminds me of a Galaxy device.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 was announced with a 2.5 GHz quad-core processor. That sounds great, but exactly what processor is it? Samsung declined to say yesterday, but Qualcomm later confirmed that its Snapdragon 801 will be the workhorse of the Samsung Galaxy S5. Now we can ask if that will be the case for everyone. Read More »
If the Samsung Galaxy S4 sits at one end of the spectrum and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sits at the other, the Samsung Galaxy S5 would rest comfortably in the middle. When you look at the three devices, you can see the transition from one to the next. The Galaxy Note 3 was informed by the mistakes and forward movements of the Galaxy S4, so is the same true of the Galaxy S5? Here's a hands-on video showing it off. Read More »
No more rumors; the Samsung Galaxy S5 is now official. Samsung has announced its new smartphone and it doesn't have many of the specs that appeared during the many leaks of recent months, but it does have some impressive specifications. The phone has a 2.5 GHz quad-core processor, a 5.1-inch 1080p HD display, and a 16-megapixel camera capable of recording 4K Ultra HD video. It offers a lot more, as well. Full specs of the device are below. Read More »
Samsung is set to unveil the new Samsung Galaxy S5 very shortly at their Unpacked event however according to "reliable sources" these photos are the actual device itself. Specs on this device include a 16mp rear camera, finger print sensor, water proofing, 2800 mah battery and dimpled back. Check out more photos below.
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