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Samsung Galaxy S8 Earns Top Ratings In Consumer Review

06/14/2017, The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have earned top ratings in a new consumer smartphone review in the United States. Samsung’s new flagship smartphones have earned 82 points each in the latest Consumer Reports survey, they are comfortably ahead of the...

Samsung Launches Galaxy J7 Pro And J7 Max

06/14/2017, Samsung today announced the launch of two mid-range smartphones that are geared towards the selfie and the social media generation. The handsets will be targeted to customers who consider social media to be a big part of their lives and want a device that...

Samsung Inks New 360-Degree Content Partnerships

06/14/2017, Samsung has announced today that it has inked new partnerships with BuzzFeed and NewThis which will bring consumers 360 degree video content captured using the Samsung Gear 360 camera. The partnership will see both BuzzFeed and NowThis create and publish...

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Spotted On Geekbench

06/13/2017, Whenever Samsung launches their flagship Galaxy S series of phones, they usually follow up by launching variants of the handset at a later date. In the case of the Galaxy S8, we have heard rumors and seen some “evidence” that the Galaxy S8 Active will...

Unlocked Galaxy S8 Price Cut

06/13/2017, If you’ve been meaning to purchase a Galaxy S8 but don’t want to buy it from a carrier, you’re in luck. Samsung started selling the officially unlocked variants of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in the United States a couple of weeks ago....

Samsung May Launch Galaxy Note 8 Earlier Than Expected

06/13/2017, This is a rumor that we hear almost every year when a new Samsung flagship is in the pipeline so it’s not surprising to see it resurface for the Galaxy Note 8 as well. According to the rumor which comes from the company’s home market of South...

Qualcomm 7nm Chip Reportedly Being Produced By TSMC

06/12/2017, According to a new report out of South Korea, Qualcomm has tapped the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company or TSMC for the production of its next-generation 7-nanometer semiconductor chips. If this report is correct, it would signal a big move for...

Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 May Cost $650

06/12/2017, It was confirmed by Samsung a few months back that it’s going to launch a refurbished variant of the Galaxy Note 7 in select markets across the globe. This will enable the company to get rid of the millions of units of the Galaxy Note 7 that are...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 Nougat Update Released

06/12/2017, Merely days after Verizon and T-Mobile released the Nougat update for the Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 on their networks for customers in the United States, Samsung has now started rolling out said update for the Wi-Fi only variant of this tablet in the country....

Alleged Galaxy Note 8 Schematic Reveals Details About The Phone

06/12/2017, It is safe to say that many are anticipating the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which last we heard, could be unveiled at IFA 2017 later this year. This is because following the snafu of the Galaxy Note 7 last year, many are curious to see if Samsung...

Samsung’s First Dual Camera Smartphone Might Cost $515

06/11/2017, It has long been rumored that the Galaxy Note 8 is going to be the first Samsung smartphone with a dual camera system. However, recent rumors suggest that this may not be the case. The Galaxy C10 is now believed to be the first smartphone from Samsung...

Samsung Rumored To Have Developed Its Own GPU For Phones

06/09/2017, Smartphones are pretty much tiny computers that fit into our pockets. This means that just like a regular desktop or laptop computer, there are certain components necessary for it to run, such as a CPU, RAM, memory, an operating system, and a GPU. For the...

Samsung CHG90: A Monster 49-inch Gaming Monitor

06/09/2017, Ahead of E3, Samsung has announced several wide-screen monitors, and the most interesting one is the Samsung CHG90. At 49-inch wide, this monitor is the largest curved (1800R) gaming PC monitor out there (TVs aside). It spans almost across a normal desk...