A Korea IT News report suggests that Samsung will skip the ‘6’ in its Galaxy Note series of large-screen, stylus-toting Android smartphones and go straight to the Galaxy Note 7, in a move to harmonise the phone’s name with its more popular and mainstream Galaxy S7. Show More Summary
At a point later in the year, Samsung will more than likely launch a followup to the Galaxy Note 5 it launched in 2015. The obvious expectation is that Samsung will launch a Galaxy Note 6 this year because it launched the Galaxy Note 5 last year, but that might not [...]
Remember the feeling when you found out that Windows 8 won’t be followed by a logical Windows 9 update, but by an unexpected Windows 10 release? Well, Samsung is reportedly pulling the same kind of marketing trick for its Galaxy Note...Show More Summary
For years, Samsung has teased fans with flexible and foldable smartphones and tablets, but the company is yet to released any commercial product that people can prod and poke and buy. Sure, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S6 both have “edge”...Show More Summary
In the whacky world of smartphone marketing, it may seem odd to have two lineups of devices not on the same number-naming structure. At Samsung, we have the Galaxy S line, as well as the Galaxy Note line, but these lineups are not on the same number, and apparently, that’s a problem. Show More Summary
Rolling out in India, the Galaxy Tab Iris targets government and big businesses that seek to move away from traditional authentication techniques.
Minority Report, eat your heart out. This morning, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab Iris for Government and Enterprise use in India. While the thought of a new Galaxy Tab is not enough to get me out of bed in the morning, this tablet...Show More Summary
Samsung has announced plans to bring an iris scanning tablet to India for use by government agencies, aptly named the Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris.
Eric Schmidt is a very eclectic man. He could be caught using an iPhone any given day, but he still has all his chips in Android and also uses a Samsung Galaxy S7, apparently. Oh, and he also made a hard declaration that he thinks the Samsung Galaxy S7 is flat out better.
Why did 6 hate 7? Because 7 8 9. I've always loved that joke. Well, in the case of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, 6 might hate 7 because it might be completely forgotten about as Samsung potentially leaps to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for this year's launch.
We thought Samsung might introduce their first ever mobile-appropriate iris scanner in some sort of high-end phone. The Samsung Galaxy Note 6, perhaps? It's still possible that device will get one, but it won't be able to claim the honors of being the first. That goes to the Galaxy Tab Iris.
Measuring just 0.3 millimeters thin, Samsung's rollable OLED screen could make its way into future TVs, tablets and phones like the rumored Galaxy X.
Samsung Electronics has chosen the name of new Galaxy Note as ‘Galaxy Note 7’and has decided to continue popularity of Galaxy S7. It has decided to skip over Galaxy Note 6 to eliminate any inconsistency with an image that can occur as numbers of two products’ brands are different. Show More Summary
Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab Iris in India, a budget slate targeted for use by the government and businesses in the country. The highlight of the tablet is the iris scanner, which provides biometric authentication that's certified...Show More Summary
Samsung India today announced the launch of Galaxy Tab Iris featuring iris-recognition technology that is ready for Aadhar authentication through an integrated and highly secure biometric device. The Galaxy Tab Iris will provide cashless...Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless is pleased to announce a software update for your device. This software update has been tested to optimize device performance, resolve known issues and apply the latest security patches. Before you download: Connect your device to a Wi-Fi network, or make sure it has a strong Verizon Wireless network connection. Show More Summary
Samsung says the difference between the Play Store and the Galaxy Apps Store will be the same as the difference between Walmart and a boutique.