Samsung Trademarks Galaxy H Name
Mar18

Samsung Trademarks Galaxy H Name

Samsung’s pledge to pare down its smartphone output has not been going so well. Since making that statement the company has launched the Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Multiple Galaxy A devices, some Galaxy E devices, the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, and probably more we have forgotten about. So then it is little surprise to see that there is yet another range of smartphones in the pipeline, the Galaxy H. Samsung has...

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LG LS770 Passes Through FCC
Mar11

LG LS770 Passes Through FCC

An unknown and so far unannounced LG phablet smartphone has been found at the FCC and it is geared up to make its way to Sprint, the third largest carrier in the United States. Currently carrying the model number LG LS770, it is unclear when the handset will be launched or indeed exactly what it will be, although the listed specs point to the LS770 being a mid-range smartphone. It comes with a 5.8-inch screen, LTE, and a 3000 mAh...

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Galaxy J1 Comes to Europe
Mar10

Galaxy J1 Comes to Europe

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge winning plenty of positive headlines for Samsung, but the company has been launching numerous handsets over the last six months apart from the flagships. The Galaxy A series has been unveiled and will soon be expanded, while the company also launched the Galaxy J series in January with the Galaxy J1. The wallet friendly smartphone is now getting its launch in European markets. The Galaxy J1 has been...

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Curved Screen LG G4
Mar10

Curved Screen LG G4

LG has already said that the G4 flagship is going to be announced soon, keeping up the company’s recent trend of letting the press know all about devices close to launch. The Korean brand claims that the G4 will be significantly different from the outgoing G3, so does the first leaked press render for the device match that claim? Take a look at the image above and decide for yourself. @OnLeaks says that this is an official press...

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Samsung Spent $13.8 Billion on R&D Last Year
Mar10

Samsung Spent $13.8 Billion on R&D Last Year

Samsung likes to spend a lot of money; that is obvious when one looks at the company’s advertising budget compared to all of its rivals. Whether the spend more to get more strategy works is up for debate, but the fact is Samsung remains the largest smartphone company in the world despite a declining 2014. However, the Korean giant is not known as an innovator (perhaps unfairly), but the amount ploughed into research and development...

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