Considering that all Galaxy Note versions to date launched at the German IFA tradeshow around early September, it’s hardly surprising to hear that the Galaxy Note 5 will also be unveiled in September at the same show. What is somewhat surprisng, however, is that one Samsung executive basically just confirmed it. Show More Summary
Samsung bought LoopPay back in February to help bolster the tech of their own mobile payment service dubbed “Samsung Pay.”
Samsung has been forced to push back its Samsung Pay mobile payments service from July to September and will instead launch its alongside the Galaxy Note 5.
When Samsung made Samsung Pay official on the day they announced the Galaxy S6, they told us that the payment service would arrive at some point this summer, maybe as early as July. Shortly after that announcement, rumors surfaced suggesting...Show More Summary
When it comes to competing smartphones, it isn’t always about Android versus Android. In the case of Samsung, many consider Apple’s iPhone to be its chief rival and with that being said, how is Samsung faring in the customer satisfaction...Show More Summary
Samsung probably has a Galaxy Note 5 unveiling lined up for some time in late August-early September, but that doesn’t mean last year’s Galaxy Note 4 isn’t still a heck of a phone (our review). In fact, me, the hater of all oversized phones, loves the Note 4. Show More Summary
It was reported only recently that Samsung had started working on the Android 5.1 update for a number of its high-end devices. Even though the company has not confirmed release timeframes for any of those devices, it’s believed thatShow More Summary
Investment bank Oppenheimer has released a research note in which they claim that the Samsung Galaxy S6 has been a failure so far for Samsung, and that with only 10 million shipments so far of the flagship handset (one million less than last year for the S5), the company is “imploding”. The company has seen […]
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is one of the most awaited devices from the Korean manufacturer this year. After launching the first dual-edged smartphone in the Galaxy S6 Edge earlier this year, there are rumors that the upcoming phablet would get a similar version.
Samsung is the company that brought phablets into the mainstream and its Galaxy Note phablets are routinely among the best smartphones released every year. The South Korean giant is getting ready to unveil its Galaxy Note 5 this year,...Show More Summary
This week’s Android Circuit highlights a number of stories including the low sales of the Samsung Galaxy S6 family, the early arrival of the Galaxy Note 5, early reviews of the Sony Xperia Z4 tablet, Microsoft Office preview for Android,...Show More Summary
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 sports a big, high-quality screen; large, removable battery; speedy processor; stylus; and specialized software for power users.
Galaxy Note 4 users aren’t really looking out for a major update given the fact that this handset was among the first few devices that Samsung rolled out Lollipop for. Granted that Android 5.1 is yet to arrive for this update but since...Show More Summary
Google has introduced a new limited run of Android device accessories called ‘Edition’ cases. These cases, which come in sizes compatible with Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 4, also come with a live wallpaper...Show More Summary
Phablet fans should be absolutely pumped up for the upcoming release of the Galaxy Note 5, especially since the release of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge this year have shown Samsung has finally honed its design chops. SamMobile has comeShow More Summary
In a new report out of SamMobile, the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will not only lack S Pen functionality, but will be a larger version of the Galaxy S6 Edge.
After a recent rumor said that the Galaxy Note 5 phablet might be released much earlier than expected, Samsung has set the record straight by denying the claims. DON’T MISS: Android is about to get a new Google Maps update – download...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, a rumor suggested Samsung would look to challenge the iPhone 6S by bringing the Samsung Galaxy Note 5's launch a lot sooner than we're expecting. The rumor suggested a July revelation instead of Samsung taking to their, usual stage at IFA Berlin in September. And those rumors are now rubbish.
Samsung President Shin Jong-kyun has flatly denied a rumor that the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 was being move up to July.