Olympic athletes get yet another treat from Samsung in the form of a Winter Games special edition of the Galaxy Note 8 - and you can almost feel the pride from Samsung and its home country hosting this year's Olympics.
For a limited time, you can get a free pair of the Gear IconX wireless earbuds with the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
The Galaxy S9 isn't yet official, but it is certain that Samsung is already working on its next 2018 flagship phablet, which will likely be called the Galaxy Note 9. While the device is yet to be confirmed, we've already heard several...Show More Summary
Samsung is scheduled to announce the newest flagship Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus during MWC 2018 later this month. While we are seeing new leaks of the devices almost every day, today was a bit different as first details of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 emerged online. Show More Summary
Around this time last year, most rumors said that Apple would do something no other smartphone maker was capable of with the the iPhone X. It turns out Apple did, but not the way we thought. The iPhone X is the only smartphone out there...Show More Summary
Despite the previous rumors, recent speculation suggests the upcoming Samsung flagship won't include the new technology.
With every Samsung flagship release, we expect to see an in-display fingerprint sensor. Of course the rumor mills claim that Samsung is working hard on the tech, but it hasn’t come to fruition so far (and won’t be coming to the Galaxy S9 [...]
As is the case every year, Samsung and Apple launch new smartphone models in 2018 that are better and more sophisticated than their predecessors. Samsung’s handsets are coming first, with the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 set to launch in March and September, respectively. Show More Summary
Samsung and T-Mobile have agreed to update the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 to Android 8.0 Oreo. Nice. ????
Best Buy slashes prices of its 2017 flagships ahead of the Galaxy S9 launch at Unpacked 2018.
Before we associated exploding batteries with the Samsung Galaxy Note it was laptop batteries which were causing problems, and it seems we are returning back to form as first Lenovo and now Fujitsu has been involved in a recall due to laptop batteries presenting a fire hazard. Show More Summary
This week, we're giving away a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and a 2-in-1 hand warmer + power bank thanks to the folks at Pisen. Here's how you can win!
For a while, there have been rumors about the possible software update for Samsung Galaxy S6 and its variants, as well as Galaxy Note 5, to Android Oreo. Now, recent updates in T-Mobile’s support pages for said devices confirm that the...Show More Summary
Based on early reports, there are some good reasons to pick the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+, but the Note 8 still very much deserves your attention.
Samsung's latest patent on smartphone technology has some intriguing prospects for full-screen devices, with a special emphasis placed on extending the use of touch-sensors for manipulating various functions.
Samsung's old flagships will soon get a new life. Samsung and software updates go together like oil and water. The company's been infamous for years in regards to the speed and longevity at which it updates its existing hardware, soShow More Summary
We got our hands on the special-edition Note 8 that's causing quite a predicament for Samsung and the Olympic Committee.
In a story that brings back memories of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, a Florida man named Jason Colon reportedly noticed his AirPods emitting smoke before the right earbud allegedly caught fire amid a tiny explosion. Originally brought...Show More Summary
A new image of what appears to be the Galaxy S9 has surfaced online, and it shows a headphone jack at the bottom. The earlier Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 had headphone jacks, but it wasn't clear whether the Galaxy S9 would keep it as...Show More Summary
In addition to the honor of representing their homelands, this year's Olympic athletes will also receive something else: a limited-edition Galaxy Note 8. Unlike Samsung's first Olympic phone, though, it's unlikely that this version will ever go on sale to the public. Show More Summary