It has been several months since the first glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2, a flip phone running Android, surfaced on the ‘net.
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Last week, Samsung officially announced an Early Access Program for Bixby Voice in the United States, meant for owners of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
Samsung showcased Bixby, its newest digital personal assistant, when it announced the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ earlier this year.
Samsung Galaxy S8 was widely expected to be the company’s first handset to feature a dual-camera setup. However, that was not the case to be as the Galaxy S8 ended up shipping with the same camera setup found on the Galaxy S7. Now though, renders of Samsung’s first Galaxy smartphone with a dual-camera setup — the Galaxy C10 — have leaked online.
If you’ve been on the fence when it comes to buying a Samsung Galaxy S8, and you happen to be a T-Mobile customer, Samsung may have a new deal that could push you over the edge.
“You get what you pay for” is one of the oldest adages in the English language. Either in the context of something ultra-cheap, or – here – of something super-expensive, with the new Samsung Galaxy S8+ coming in at £779 inc VAT in the UK and similar top end prices across the world. Yet, after spending a week with the S8+ I am forced to admit that you do get an awful lot for your money. Whether you enjoy using all the tech depends, as usual, on how much you like Samsung – its sometimes quirky designs, its software, its ecosystem – and, in this case, how much you’re prepared to experiment with new ways of unlocking your phone.
For those of you out there under T-Mobile‘s magenta umbrella, and who haven’t yet bought a Samsung Galaxy S8, the wait may pay off in a new promotion.
Samsung’s profits might be soaring despite the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year, but the company has been struggling in China. Research firm Counterpoint notes that Samsung sold only 3.5 million smartphones in China in Q1, 2017 and managed to grab only 3.3 percent of the market — down from 8.6 percent a year ago.