Samsung and BlackBerry today announced that Samsung's Knox enterprise security service will adopt BlackBerry's WorkLife and SecuSUITE services. The WorkLife tool will let Samsung device owners keep their work and personal data separate on the device. Show More Summary
If you liked any of the recent mid-range metal Galaxy phones that Samsung released, you’re totally going to love the brand new Galaxy S6 flagships. Both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge pack amazing hardware, and come with a brand new...Show More Summary
In a smartphone world, where most of the time the big question only is what the new Samsung flagship can do versus what the Apple iPhone can do, the announcement of the Galaxy S6 has of course been much anticipated. … The post Samsung Introduces The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge appeared first on Highsnobiety.
The S6 sacrifices features for design and desirability
The Oculus-powered headset advances with the news of Samsung's new Galaxy phones.
Samsung on Sunday took the wraps off the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, two devices that were heavily detailed in rumors and leaks before the event, and while they’re clearly the best Android smartphones Samsung has ever made, there are some reasons not to like them, with one in particular that some users will find very annoying. Show More Summary
Rumors of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 have been circulating the Internet. Both Gizbot and ValueWalk are hinting that the Galaxy Note 5 will have an octacore Snapdragon 810 processor and 4GB of RAM. However, GSMArena has reported that the...Show More Summary
After making its appearance in leaked photographs and sly teasers, Samsung’s latest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S6 has finally been revealed to the general public. At an event held in Barcelona, Spain on the eve of this years Mobile World Congress, Samsung talked in detail about the latest from its stable. Show More Summary
The covers are off! The Samsung Galaxy S6 is here, and we’ve been hands-on from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. So what’s it like? In a word: surprising. More »
Featuring a new all metal and glass design, Samsung's new phones will also launch with a mobile pay service.
NEW YORK (AP) — Last fall, Apple launched Apple Pay, bringing mobile-payment technology to the iPhone. Samsung now wants to get that on Android phones — at least the ones it makes. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge phones announced Sunday will come with mobile-pay capabilities. Show More Summary
Samsung said many things about its newest devices during its official Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge event on Sunday in Barcelona, but the company conveniently forgot to mention how much the two devices will cost once they launch on April 10th. Show More Summary
The iPhone 6, along with the iPhone 6 Plus, has been leading the smartphone world since last September. With Samsung’s announcement of the Galaxy S6 this morning, Apple is likely running scared. The official unveiling of the Galaxy S6 has left technology enthusiasts even more impressed than they thought they would be. Show More Summary
Dan Seifert, reporting for The Verve from MWC in Barcelona: Hallmarks of Samsung’s phones, such as removable batteries, microSD card slots, and waterproofing are nowhere to be found on he S6 or S6 Edge. Welcome to 2007. That will likely...Show More Summary
South Korean electronics giant gives its flagship phone an extreme makeover as it struggles to keep the competition at bay.
Kicking off the Mobile World Congress event on Sunday, Samsung took the wraps off its highly anticipated next-generation handsets, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, both of which use premium glass and metal to counter the blockbuster success of Apple's iPhone 6.
Samsung trotted out two versions of its flagship smartphone for 2015 and took them in a new direction with respect to design. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge boast the highest quality materials and build we've seen from Samsung. Here are our first impressions of these two phones
New features include built-in wireless charging and Samsung Pay
Apple today launched a new advertising campaign — during Samsung’s Galaxy S6 keynote — that highlights photos shot by users around the world on the iPhone 6. Instead of using marketing images, Apple went out and found the best shots taken on the iPhone 6 by everyday people. Show More Summary