If you picked up a Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung last year and are already looking forward to the next model, your wait may be coming to an end soon.
Samsung Phones & Tablets: Specs, Models, News & Reviews
Earlier this month, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy J6 in India. The latest budget smartphone from the company competes against the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro and Asus ZenFone Max Pro, both of which have turned out to be incredibly popular in the country.
While Google launched its ARCore augmented reality platform back in August of last year, it wouldn’t be until October that Samsung’s Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8 would be added to the support devices list.
Samsung today launched the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+, its latest mid-range smartphone featuring a premium design and Infinity Display at the front.
The standard model of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ comes with 64GB of built-in storage ready to go, but, for some customers, that might not be enough.
It was last year, in July, that Samsung and PayPal officially announced a partnership that would bring the two payment services together, letting Samsung Pay users utilize the payment platform for purchases in retailers, as well as in apps and from online merchants.
We have been hearing about Samsung’s plans to launch a foldable flagship phone for quite a while now. The latest report now points to the Korean company taking some steps to put the phone with a foldable display into mass production.
For students in South Korea preparing, and taking, the national college entrance exam, or suneung, a new smartphone from Samsung might help them focus on their studies.
Smartphones with fingerprint readers embedded into the display are no longer a fictional endeavor, as Vivo has already shown off one of its own smartphones with the technology in place.
With the Galaxy S9, Samsung tried to imitate the iPhone X’s Animoji feature by only using the 8MP autofocus camera on the front of the device. The result was AR Emoji which has not received positive reviews. Samsung has not given up trying though. The company is reportedly working with Israeli startup Mantis Vision and camera module firm Namuga to develop a 3D sensing camera solution for the Galaxy S10.