Up to this point, most smartphone manufacturers in some regions have faced pressure by wireless carriers to disable the FM radio chip that’s typically installed in smartphones.
Samsung Phones & Tablets: Specs, Models, News & Reviews
Samsung today unveiled its next-generation Exynos chipset that will power the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+: the Exynos 9810. The octa-core chip is based on Samsung’s second generation 10nm fabrication process and features third-generation of its own custom cores that can reach speeds of up to 2.9GHz.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are a pair of 2018’s highly anticipated devices, with at least one key change that should elevate the design above its predecessors, and clamp down on previous complaints.
Yesterday, HTC and Motorola weighed in on the controversy surrounding Apple and its decision to slow down older iPhones as their lithium-ion batteries degrade.
Samsung today unveiled the 2018 editions of the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+. The smartphones are the first from the Korean company to feature a Dual Front camera along with a bezel-less Infinity Display at the front.
Samsung has decided to go ahead with its plans of launching a smart speaker which will be powered by Bixby. Focusing on sound quality and integration with other home devices, the Korean company intends to launch the smart speaker in the first half of 2018.
Thought clamshell phones were dead? Think again. Samsung today launched the W2018 in China, a clamshell flagship Android smartphone featuring the world’s first smartphone camera with an f1.5 aperture.
A team of researchers over at Samsung’s Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) have developed a unique battery material from graphene that enables a 45 percent increase in battery capacity and 5x faster charging speeds compared to traditional Li-ion batteries.
Samsung has a positive streak with the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8, and it will look to capitalize on that next year.
If the latest data from IDC is anything to by, Xiaomi has managed to dethrone Samsung as the largest smartphone vendor in India. The data from IDC shows that Samsung and Xiaomi both captured 23.5 percent of the Indian smartphone market in Q3 2017.