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New Galaxy Note 7 Leak Challenges iPhone's Meanest Feature

Samsung is going to put pressure on a number of smartphone manufacturers with an expected increase of the storage on the upcoming Galaxy Note tablet to 64GB. With many flagship handsets starting at a restrictive 16GB, the Note 7 could reset the baseline expectations of consumers to a much higher and practical level.

Evan Blass “confirms” more information regarding Samsung’s next Galaxy Note

6 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Evan Blass (@evleaks) took to Twitter to "confirm" some of the Galaxy Note 7's supposed features and specs, including the decision to skip the "Note 6" moniker in favor of the "Note 7."

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Confirmed Specs

Couple confirmed specs: 5.7" QHD SAMOLED, 64GB + microSD, 12MP DualP / 5MP, IP68, black/silver/blue Couple confirmed specs: 5.7" QHD SAMOLED, 64GB + microSD, 12MP DualP / 5MP, IP68, black/silver/blue— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 25, 2016 [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Samsung's next phablet phone may be the 'Galaxy Note 7,' tipster says - CNET

Mobile reporter Evan Blass, who often gets reliable phone leaks, claims Samsung's next big phone will skip the Galaxy Note 6 moniker.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may unlock with a glance, report says

Fingerprint scanners are an excellent way to secure your smartphone from hackers (or prying partners). But as we've seen before, if someone really wanted to break into your device and steal your data, they can do it by lifting your fingerprint and printing out a mold. What's harder to steal is a scan of your iris. Show More Summary

[Update: Iris scanner too!] Samsung Galaxy Note7 confirmed by another report

Multiple reports stated that Samsung might skip a numeral to release the Galaxy Note 7 later this year, and it also being reported that there will be no flat screen variant of the device. Now, a new image has surfaced that pretty much...Show More Summary

Ultra big-ass phones need to die in a fire

I thought big phones were stupid when Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note in 2011 and created this whole phablet (shudder) trend. I still think big phones are ridiculous. But where phablets with 5.5- to 5.8-inch phones are now commonplace,...Show More Summary

Galaxy Note 7 name looking more likely, iris scanner reportedly coming too

Say hello to Samsung's sixth Galaxy Note, the Galaxy Note 7. Update: Evan Blass has followed up with word that the phone will also feature an iris scanner as a secondary layer of biometric security. Original story: In recent months,Show More Summary

Report: Galaxy Note 7 name likely final as legit-looking logo leaks

Evan Blass (@evleaks) is at it again with his latest leak, showing the presumed logo for Samsung's next Note and the number 7 being used.

Android Circuit: Samsung 'Confirms' Galaxy Note 7, New Edge Design Leaks, iPhone 's Android Wear

This week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung's web page for the Galaxy Note 7, the design of Samsung's phablet, reviews of the Galaxy S7 and OnePlus 3, Huawei looking at an alternative to Android, Samsung echoing Apple's marketing, Google's new coding lessons, and how to use Android Wear on an iPhone.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Olympic Edition May Be Coming

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the hottest smartphone of the year (both in terms of sales and critical acclaim), and there may soon be a new Olympics edition arriving soon. CNET has the news. “Rumor has it that Samsung will release an exclusive version of the Galaxy S7 Edge for the 2016 Rio Olympics.... Show More Summary

Samsung might be releasing a special Galaxy S7 Edge for the Olympics - CNET

Rumors are swirling about an Olympic Edition of the popular Samsung smartphone for the summer games in Rio.

Samsung Galaxy J7

The Samsung Galaxy J7 is an affordable midrange phablet on Boost Mobile that offers good bang for the buck compared with rivals.

Verizon pushes June security patch update to Samsung Galaxy Note 4

If you're using a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on Verizon, you may want to check for an update. The carrier has just begun pushing out an over-the-air update to the phone, bringing it up to date with the June Android security patch. From Verizon: The...Show More Summary

This is the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Edition

We exclusively reported about the existence of the Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Edition three months ago. Now, a press render of the device has surfaced on the Internet. Samsung is the worldwide partner for Rio 2016 Olympics. Serial leaker Evan Blass has tweeted the first image of the Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Edition earlier today. Show More Summary

Samsung starts rolling out Android 6.0.1 to the Galaxy A5 (2016) in Russia

After releasing the Marshmallow update for the Galaxy A7 in Russia and the Galaxy Tab S2 in the US, Samsung has started rolling out Android Marshmallow update for the Galaxy A5 (2016) in Russia. The update with firmware number A510FXXU2BPF9 brings new features such as Android’s Doze mode, Google Now on Tap, granular app permissions, and more. Show More Summary

Samsung starts rolling out Marshmallow update for the first-generation Galaxy A7

Samsung has just started pushing out the long-awaited Marshmallow upgrade to all unlocked variants of the first-generation Galaxy A7 located in Russia. The manufacturer also uploaded a new version of the handset’s user manual to its Download Center. Show More Summary

Themes Thursday: Here are this week’s five best themes

Samsung releases a lot of third-party themes in its Theme Store each week for Galaxy smartphones. We try to narrow down the best themes for our readers as a part of Themes Thursday. Samsung has released 82 themes this week, and here are five best ones that you might be interested in installing. Show More Summary

Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is getting all the modern marvels of Android 6.0 Marshmallow including Doze and Google Now On Tap.

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