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.

Galaxy S10 GPU May Be ARM's Mali-G76 MP18
There have been some rumors recently that Samsung has moved GPU production in-house and that the company may introduce its own GPU for its smartphones down the road. It may not do that with the Galaxy S10, though. A new report out of China suggests that the Galaxy S10 GPU might be ARM’s Mali-G76 MP18. It happens to be ARM’s first mobile GPU based on the 7nm process technology.

Samsung Gear S4 Could Be Launched As The ‘Galaxy Watch’
The last time we saw Samsung launch a Gear S smartwatch was back in 2016. The company has since followed up with other wearables like the Gear Sport and Gear Fit2 Pro. However we have been hearing that the company could be launching a successor to the Gear S3 this year in the form of the Gear S4.

Samsung’s New ‘Frame’ TV Looks Like A Piece Of Art
The problem with a lot of TV designs is that for the most part they are obvious at what they are. This means that when not in use, TVs are these hulking huge gadgets sitting in the middle of our rooms with a blank, black screen. It’s not the most unsightly thing in the world, but what if these aesthetics of TV could be improved upon?

Samsung Galaxy S9 Sales Reportedly At Its Lowest Since Galaxy S3
Like Apple’s iPhones, Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S series seemed to be unstoppable in terms of their popularity and how much money they made the company. While its popularity can’t be disputed, it seems that the phone isn’t making as much money as Samsung would like these days.


Samsung's Galaxy X May Arrive Before Galaxy S10
It has been repeatedly rumored over the past couple of years that Samsung has a foldable smartphone in the pipeline. The company itself has said that it’s going to launch the device but hasn’t confirmed when that’s going to happen. A new report suggests that Samsung’s foldable smartphone, commonly referred to as the Galaxy X, may arrive before the Galaxy S10 is due next year.

Samsung's First Android Go Phone Appears In Leaked Photos
Many OEMs have decided to join Google’s Android Go initiative to launch cheap handsets with an optimized version of Android that offers a better user experience on devices with less than 1GB of RAM. Reports suggest that Samsung is gearing up to launch an Android Go smartphone as well and today some images of Samsung’s Android Go smartphone have been leaked online.The accompanying report claims that Samsung is going to […]

Samsung’s Texting App Is Sending Random Messages To Contacts
We’ve all been in those situations where you accidentally send a message to the wrong person. Thankfully many messaging apps these days allow users to retract their messages, but what if these messages were sent without your knowledge? Unfortunately for some users, that appears to be happening to them.

Samsung’s Foldable Phone Might Only Fold Two-Thirds Of The Way
Rumor has it that Samsung is working on a phone with a completely foldable display. We’re not talking about a flip phone, but a phone with a full display that can be folded onto itself. However before you get too excited, it seems that this phone might not be as foldable as we had previously thought.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s S Pen Could Offer Music Playback Control
One of the defining features of the Samsung Galaxy Note series compared to the Galaxy S series is that it usually has a larger screen and an accompanying stylus in the form of the S Pen. In fact one could even go as far as saying that the S Pen could be one of the compelling reasons why anyone might pick up a Note series phone to begin with.

Samsung DeX Dual Monitor Support Likely Coming Soon
Samsung introduced its DeX peripheral with the Galaxy S8 last year. It enables the device to power a PC-like experience on an external monitor that’s connected to the handset through the DeX Pad. It’s currently possible to use only one monitor with DeX at this point in time but a new report suggests that Samsung DeX dual monitor support is set to arrive later this year.

Samsung & Apple Agree To Drop And Settle Their Long-Running Lawsuit
Just when you thought that the whole Apple versus Samsung lawsuit was over, just a couple of weeks ago Samsung had asked for a retrial in which they felt that the damages they were told to pay Apple was unfair. However in an interesting twist, it appears that both companies are now done with the lawsuit.

Samsung Rumored To Launch 5 Inch Galaxy S10 Variant
It was reported recently that the Galaxy S10 is going to be the first flagship smartphone from Samsung to come in three different variants. The company has apparently decided to do this because it’s going to introduce a triple camera setup with the third variant. It’s also claimed that one of the variants will be an entry-level option for the flagship lineup which won’t have a curved Infinity Display like […]

Samsung Confirms Galaxy Note 9 Event Date
Samsung is gearing up to launch its second flagship smartphone of the year. It was reported a couple of weeks back that the Galaxy Note 9 could be announced on August 9th. Samsung has now confirmed that it’s going to officially announce its next flagship smartphone on August 9th. The company has sent out invites to the press for the special event today.

Samsung’s New ISOCELL Plus Camera Sensor Promises Better Low-Light Photography
Smartphone cameras have come a long way from when they first started out, where they are now sporting features like OIS, phase detection autofocus, 4K video recording, the ability to somewhat accurately simulate bokeh, and more. Now it looks like Samsung has announced a new ISOCELL Plus camera sensor which according to the company, should help with higher quality low-light image capture.