Samsung has made sure its marketing channels have taken full advantage of the "bendgate" mess surrounding the newly released iPhones, and the company is at it once again with its latest Galaxy Note 4 advert. This short video runs through tests the company carries out to ensure there's enough durability to prevent the smartphone from bending and essentially falling apart.
It has been just a few days since Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 4 went on sale in some markets, and the phone has already drawn complaints from users.
With the iPhone 6 Plus now available in the market and the Galaxy Note 4 about to be released sometime next month, those who are on the lookout for the latest and greatest from Apple and Samsung knows that it's going to be an epic battle between these two supersized phones when it comes to features and price.
Korean owners of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have noticed that their brand new devices sport an unusual feature – a gap between the bezel and the screen that can fit a business card. The Gal Note 4, which hasn’t reached our shores, sold out on launch day. Show More Summary
Surprised by the impressive iPhone 6 launch sales during Apple’s launch weekend, Samsung has pushed forward the Galaxy Note 4 launch, although it has only managed to release it in certain markets so far, including South Korea and China. Show More Summary
The Mophie Juice Pack for Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone has a 3000mAh battery, enough to fully recharge the Galaxy S5. You can still charge and sync the phone via the microUSB port on the case. It comes in black or white.
While some segment of the internet is still coming down off its yearly collective iPhone launch apoplexy, another big phone looks like it might be poised to make big headlines. Turns out the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a surprise bonus feature — it can double as a business card holder on your desk. Show More Summary
Apple and Samsung has always been battling it out when it came to smartphones, phablets, and tablets and this year, Apple played its card with the new iPhone 6. While Samsung is still to release its Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S6, the iPhone 6 has nobody to compare against but with the present Samsung flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5.
After announcing its intentions to launch the Galaxy Note 4 in over 140 countries by the end of October, Samsung is offering up more details on when the device will be available in countries across the globe.
Yesterday we head about #Gapgate, the fresh scandal that’s rocking the mobile world. The problem is that the Galaxy Note 4 has a gap on the side of the case that’s big enough for a business card to slot into. Despite that, the official word is that the gap is supposed to be there. Show More Summary
Samsung thinks the Galaxy S5?s battery life is good enough that it can act as a portable battery pack for another device, but chances are things aren’t going to shake out that way most of the time. Fortunately, if you do push your S5?s battery to the limit on a daily basis, Mophie has finally released their battery pack case for the S5. Show More Summary
With this year's batch of iPhones, Apple finally has a Galaxy Note competitor in the iPhone 6 Plus. But how does the smaller iPhone 6 compare to the Note 4? Let's compare their features and specs... Continue Reading iPhone 6 vs. Samsung...Show More Summary
Your pants aren't happy about the new iPhone 6 Plus. Along with Samsung's mammoth Galaxy phones, Apple's phablet mega-sized phone is starting to look like the future of mobile tech That's bad news for your pants. Gone are the days of casually stuffing your palm-sized phone in your pocket. Show More Summary
The iPhone 6 Consumer Reports tests have come in, and it seems that the terrible bending Apple customers have been complaining about may be a bit overstated. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were compared to the HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, LG G3 and the iPhone 5, and the results were published Friday.
Increasingly the camera on a smartphone figures into a buying purchase. The iPhone 6 is the new kid on the block but here in the Android space we've got plenty of competition. Our pals at iMore have put two of the big Android devices of this year, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8 up against Apple's latest and greatest.
Another day, another Gate. This time the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the latest phablet to enamor the Android crowd, has been reported shipping with a thin gap between the screen and the walls of the case. The issue, reported on iTToday in South Korea, seems to affect a small number of devices. Show More Summary
Don’t mind the gap, says Samsung. Earlier this week we started hearing reports out of Korea that some Galaxy Note 4 owners were annoyed by a gap that they found between the Note 4’s frame and its display that was apparently wide enough to fit two pieces of A4 paper inside. Show More Summary
The new Galaxy Note Edge is coming out soon — although Samsung hasn’t said when — and the first thing you probably noticed about it is that weird curved screen. What purpose does it serve other than to look like that part of the yearbook...Show More Summary