Tag Archive: Galaxy


Korean media says LG G6 will launch on March 10, Galaxy S8 debuting globally April 21

We now have launch dates for this year’s biggest flagships.

A report out of Korea’s ET News suggests Samsung and LG have finalized the launch dates for their upcoming flagships. The publication states that the Galaxy S8 — which is rumored to be unveiled in New York on March 29 — will be launching globally on April 21, while the LG G6 is slated to become available on March 10 following an unveil at Mobile World Congress later this  [Read More…]

Galaxy S8+ specs materialize: 6.2-inch extra-tall display with rounded corners expected

This is shaping up to be a big phone … but not as big as you’d think.

We’re still over a month away from an expected announcement of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and that means we’re well into the flow of leaks. The latest, which comes from @evleaks, details purported specs for the larger Galaxy S8+ — and aside from physical size it looks to be very similar to the smaller Galaxy S8.

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Grab an LG V20, Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge for just $360 at T-Mobile

Right now at T-Mobile you can grab an LG V20, Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge for just $ 15 a month, or $ 360 full price, which is a savings of more than $ 300 on any of the phones. The discounts here are instant, so you don’t have to wait for a rebate card to be mailed to you or monthly credits to appear on your bill. T-Mobile has already started pushing the Nougat update out to  [Read More…]

The Galaxy S8 won’t follow Google’s advice for its virtual buttons

Samsung is going to try to recreate its hardware navigation button layout with software buttons on the Galaxy S8.

We always knew the day would come (or did we?) when Samsung would do away with its capacitive navigation buttons and physical home button for something a bit more… flexible. Now, it looks like exactly that is happening, based on earlier leaked photos and some illustrations from the upcoming Galaxy Tab S3 manual.

The Galaxy S8 will indeed  [Read More…]

You’ll be able to unlock your Windows 10 PC with a Samsung Galaxy fingerprint scanner soon

Samsung Flow was released two years ago on the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Note4. It was designed to be an alternative to Apple’s Continuity feature and basically allowed users to set down their phone and pick up what they were doing on the tablet. Now if you’re a Samsung Galaxy TabPro S tablet […]

Sprint starts rolling out Nougat update to Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Sprint Galaxy S7 and S7 edge users are now picking up the stable Nougat update.

After T-Mobile and AT&T, Sprint is now rolling out the stable Nougat update to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The update is rolling out to beta testers right now, and should make its way to all users shortly.

As beta users were already on Nougat builds, the stable release comes in at just 167MB, but those running Marshmallow will receive the  [Read More…]

Say what? Samsung is reportedly planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note7s

We all thought the Galaxy Note7 was a closed chapter for Samsung, but as it turns out this is not really the case. Now that the company knows what exactly caused the batteries inside the phablet to overheat, Samsung could get confident enough to start re-selling the Galaxy Note7. According to a report coming out […]

Latest Galaxy S8 leak reveals on-screen navigation buttons

Samsung is switching to on-screen navigation buttons for the first time.

Previous leaks of the Galaxy S8 gave us a look at the design of the upcoming flagship, and this time around, we’re treated to a leaked image that highlights the front of the device. Unlike its predecessors, the Galaxy S8 won’t have a home button up front, with Samsung switching to on-screen navigation buttons for the first time.

The image shows off a bottom bar  [Read More…]

Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 could be heading to India and Vietnam

Samsung isn’t done with the Galaxy Note 7 just yet.

Samsung announced the findings of its Galaxy Note 7 investigation last month, detailing that two separate battery issues were to blame for the device catching on fire. With Samsung now recovering most of the Note 7 units sold worldwide, it looked like the device’s troubled tale has reached its conclusion.

However, a new report out of Korea suggests that Samsung is looking to sell refurbished units of  [Read More…]

Congressman request investigation into why Donald Trump is still using his Galaxy S3

Last month we told you that before his official inauguration, President Donald Trump traded in his unsecure Android device for a locked-down, secure device which was approved by the Secret Services. But as it turns out, President Trump continued to hold on to its trusty Android handset, which according to a body of evidence appears […]