There have been a lot of Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors lately, but today’s news is a little different. Since there’s a lot of money to be made in selling accessories for flagship phones, Samsung is apparently working on two unique cases for the device which will enhance its functionality – battery and keyboard [...]
Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have leaked in photos, and there's some exciting news about performance too.
Google is allegedly developing a virtual reality headset to rival Samsung’s Gear VR and Facebook’s Oculus Rift. Financial Times has the news. “Google is developing a new virtual-reality headset for smartphones, and adding extra support...Show More Summary
Earlier today, we got an up close look at what is more than likely the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 in the flesh. Well, the back of it anyway. Following that big leak is yet another, this time of the device’s bigger, more curvy sibling: the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Samsung filed this patent in Q3 2015. We’re not certain when this feature may be making its way to commercial products.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is just a few weeks away from an official announcement. That means it's time for the Samsung Galaxy S6 to get some deep discounts.
We're in prime flagship leak season since Mobile World Congress is just a few weeks away, and we might have just gotten our first in-the-wild looks at Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. If this pace keeps up, we could all the most important details down before Samsung's February 21st press bonanza in Barcelona.
Samsung has released the latest update for the Galaxy Note 4 on Verizon. The most notable change in this update is the removal of pre-loaded Amazon software, but that's not all that's changed.
All of the puzzle pieces are quickly falling into place now that the official unveiling of Samsung's next-generation flagship phones is just a few weeks away. Early Monday morning a leak revealed the first live photo ever of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S7, which is set to debut on February 21st during a press conference in Spain. Show More Summary
Another patent war that isn't paying off, for anyone.
The Galaxy S7's curved back could conceal more space for a curved battery, though at the cost of durability. Today we got our first look at what might be the back of a Samsung Galaxy S7. The handset seems to have broken cover over on Vietnamese site ReviewDao, appearing substantially curvier than its predecessor, with an almost dome-like back panel. Show More Summary
Whether or not virtual reality (VR) is the next tablet frontier, the tech world has fully embraced it as their next focus. Now that the wearable craze (Wait, was there a wearable craze?) has slowed, companies like Samsung and HTC are pushing...Show More Summary
Virtual reality is quickly becoming one of the most competitive realms of technology. The long-awaited Oculus Rift is finally coming to market and other competitors such as Samsung, HTC and Valve are entering the scene to get in on the action. Google was [...]
According to a patent application from Q3 of 2015, detailed by Patently Mobile, the next generation of Samsung’s S-Pen stylus could double as a stand for a smartphone. As shown in illustrations that go along with the application, they...Show More Summary
Sony's 2016 flagship deserves the full spotlight, but it's content to wait on the edge.
Samsung Gear VR just got a new app that allows its users to mingle with people on other devices in a virtual world like Second Life. AltspaceVR is available to download now for anyone using the Gear VR, HTC Vive and will be compatible with the Oculus Rift soon too when it finally goes on sale. Show More Summary
One of the common rumors swirling around Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S7 focuses on the camera and the belief that Samsung managed to slim down the rear camera’s bump. Turns out that may actually be the case. In a new leak that reportedly shows off the Galaxy S7 out in the real world, the one major takeaway [...]
Sprint is pushing forward with another deal for those interested in Samsung's Galaxy S6 or Note 5 by giving a $200 credit with a working trade-in. That's right, as long as you own your current smartphone, and not lease it, you can bring it in to your local Sprint store and save $200 on the cost of a new Galaxy S6 or Note 5. Show More Summary
We kick off this beautiful Monday morning, where none of you are hungover from the Super Bowl, showing you what may be the first in-hand picture of the Samsung Galaxy S7. The image comes to us courtesy of ReviewDao, who seems to have stumbled upon a photo of the device in the hand of a […] Galaxy S7 Appears in the Wild, in Hand is a post from: Droid Life
At the IFA trade show last year Samsung announced the first Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray player, the UBD-K8500, it was expected to hit shelves around March 2016. It appears that the company has put up the product for sale a bit earlier than expected. Show More Summary