If you happen to be rocking to a Samsung Galaxy S6 while you are subscribing to AT&T, then you would be pleased as punch to hear this particular bit of news today – that the Samsung Galaxy S6 from AT&T is on the receiving end of the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, which means you would finally have your previous generation flagship model to be on par with the other devices […]
If you are looking to purchase a new Samsung smartphone and don’t mind using T-Mobile as a cellular provider then you might want to check out this deal. T-Mobile customers can get $150 rebate on some of Samsung’s best smartphones like the Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy Note 5. These are last year’s flagship smartphones so discounting them is a great way to clear the inventory. Rebate is not […]
Galaxy S6 owners on AT&T have been waiting for a considerable time to get a taste of Marshmallow on their handsets, particularly when Sprint released the update back in March and Verizon came out with it soon after. T-Mobile has released it as well, and now finally AT&T is going to release Marshmallow for the Galaxy S6 on its network in the near future.
Google may have released Android 6.0 Marshmallow last year but it’s yet to arrive for a lot of devices, particularly those that are locked to carriers. Even as Google gears up to launch the next big Android update in the coming weeks, carriers and OEMs are still scrambling to get Marshmallow out the door as users get anxious. Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge users on T-Mobile will appreciate that […]
Many Samsung devices compatible with Marshmallow have still not been updated to Marshmallow. The problem is compounded when it comes to carrier locked devices since the updates then have to go through a lengthy certification and testing process before they’re released by carriers. T-Mobile customers can rest a bit easy knowing that their carrier has now started testing Marshmallow for Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
If you are using the Samsung Galaxy S6 on Sprint’s network, you’re in for some good news because according to reports, it looks like Sprint has finally decided to roll out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the handset. The update rolled out earlier this year to unlocked handsets, so it is understandable that its release for Sprint has come later.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are much better than its predecessors, at least on paper. They sport much better hardware and highly improved cameras, so obviously there’s a lot to love. Or is there? Unfortunately it seems that according to reports, pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy S7 are lower than its predecessor over in South Korea.
The joy of watching movies from the computer is that you get to do it from the comfort of your own home. It also removes the crowd, the sticky floors, and the overpriced popcorn, but unfortunately it also removes a bit of the social aspect of watching a movie where you get to laugh with everyone, or scream out in terror with everyone during a horror flick.
It has been a while since the Android 6.0 Marshmallow was announced, and leaked Samsung roadmaps have indicated that the update appears to have been delayed a couple of times. For those who own the Galaxy S6 or the Galaxy S6 Edge, you will be pleased to learn that Samsung has announced the update’s availability.
It goes without saying that there’s quite a bit of competition between mobile carriers in the United States. We often see them tearing into each other via advertisements and that’s bound to continue in the future. Carriers try to steal customers by offering new deals and promotions and the one Sprint is offering right now might entice some to switch over to Sprint.
It does seem as though the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update that is currently in development has its fair share of tricks up its sleeve, where it is being worked on to target smartphones in the vein of the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, and the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+. This particular update has in fact rolled out to beta testers already, and hence, some information can be gleaned […]
Not too long ago, Samsung did introduce a beta Marshmallow update for their flagship handsets, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, targeting a rather limited number of users over in the U.K. Registration for the beta. At the end of it all, Samsung has more or less remained mum where the release date for the official update in the U.K. is concerned – and neither do […]
In the past Samsung has released several “mini” variants of its flagship smartphones. They basically have the same design language as the flagship device, such as the Galaxy S5, but the mini variant has mid-range specifications. Many have been waiting for the company to release the Galaxy S6 mini but it hasn’t so far. It has now been listed on an online retailer’s website and has once again provided hope […]
Samsung’s high-end smartphones do not come cheap, and understandably so. The use of premium materials and the choice to go with high-end components certainly does not make the entire process cheap. However the good news is that until the 20th of January 2016, Samsung customers can get $200 off their smartphones.This recent promotion was announced by Samsung in celebration of 50 years of football. According to Samsung, “Get $200 off […]