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Samsung Galaxy S5 Crystal Collection To Launch In May

Samsung is a South-Korean conglomerate which counts many subsidiaries like Samsung Electronics, which you probably know very well, but also Samsung Heavy Industries which builds ships, or Samsung Life Insurance, Samsung Securities and many more. Samsung is responsible for an amazing 20% of South Korea’s exports. In the consumer electronics world, Samsung has gone from being a company with a reputation for cheap products to becoming one of the most respected companies in the world.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Crystal Collection To Launch In May

04/24/2014, While the Samsung Galaxy S5 might not necessarily be the most luxurious looking smartphone in the market at the moment, its design is more than capable of getting the job done, not to mention it is pretty nice to look at as well. Then again we expect that...

Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 Officially Launched In China

04/24/2014, A few years ago, Samsung announced the Galaxy Beam which was basically an Android powered device that came with a built-in projector. It was a pretty novel idea although we expect that there are those out there who have use for it. Well it seems that...

Samsung Patent Could Hint At Galaxy Note 4′s Design [Rumor]

04/24/2014, Besides the Samsung Galaxy S5, the next highly-anticipated smartphone of 2014 includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Not much is known about the device for now except for the rumors, but earlier in the year it was suggested that the Galaxy Note 4 could...

Samsung Galaxy S5 Outsold The iPhone 5s In Its Opening Weekend

04/24/2014, The Samsung Galaxy S5 is the South Korean tech giant’s latest and greatest handset. Given that it is also part of the extremely successful Galaxy S-lineup has help build anticipation and hype over the device, but how is it faring against the...

Samsung To Launch Gear App Challenge On May 8th

04/24/2014, While powerful hardware and a nice industrial design are some of the makings of a successful handset, a strong ecosystem is just as important, sometimes more so. After all what good is a high-end and powerful smartphone if there are no apps to download,...

Sprint Galaxy S5 Software Update Released

04/23/2014, Sprint released the Samsung Galaxy S5 on April 11, just like all other major U.S. carriers. Today it has released the first even software update for its variant of Samsung’s 2014 flagship. Its certainly not a major update in any aspect, it...

T-Mobile To Offer Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 In The Summer

04/23/2014, T-Mobile has been doing their bit to offer a greater degree of freedom as well as choice to wireless consumers in the U.S., and in their latest announcement, it does seem as though the masses will be able to lay hold of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 later this...

Samsung Galaxy K Gets Pictured In Leaked Photo

04/23/2014, Samsung has a habit of releasing a flagship phone followed up by various iterations of said device. For example we saw the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch with multiple variants like the Galaxy S4 Active, a water-resistant device. There was also a Galaxy S4 Zoom...

Samsung’s Bundled Android Apps Aren’t Getting Much Love [Study]

04/23/2014, If we were to turn the clock back a few years ago, smartphone hardware was still on the rise. We started seeing dual-core devices, quad-core devices, HD displays became Full HD displays, and now we’re look at octa-core and QHD devices. So how do OEMs...

Samsung SM-T2588 Is An Unknown 7-Inch Device

04/22/2014, Samsung is definitely quite the adept hand when it comes to rolling out mobile devices of all sizes, ranging from the entry level to the mid-range and going all the way to the high end spectrum. Well, an unknown quantity from Samsung, the SM-T2558, has...

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro Gets FCC Approval

04/22/2014, The Samsung SM-P907A was first talked about in December last year, where it has been rumored that this particular device would eventually make its way to AT&T in due time, being the mobile carrier’s very own version of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2. It...

Samsung Stops Selling Paid Applications Through Smart TVs

04/22/2014, Samsung has announced that it is no longer going to distribute paid applications through its smart TVs and connected Blu-ray platforms. The company notified users of this change through an email. It is also issuing refunds to customers who had already...