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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.

Samsung Galaxy S8 VS iPhone 7 Plus In Speed Test
Recently there was a video published in which we saw the Samsung Galaxy S8 go against the LG G6 in a speed test. Given that both Samsung and LG are rivals since both companies pretty much make similar products and cater to similar markets, it was a pretty exciting thing to see. However we’re sure many are curious about Samsung’s other rival: Apple.

Bixby May Expand In Q4 With Support For More Languages
Prior to its official announcement, it was rumored that Samsung’s Bixby voice interface on the Galaxy S8 would have support for more than half a dozen languages. We now know that’s not the case. Bixby only has support for English and Korean at launch but according to information posted on Samsung’s own website, Bixby is going to be expanded in the fourth quarter of this year to additional markets with […]

Galaxy Tab S2 Android 7.0 Nougat Update Released
There aren’t a lot of Samsung tablets out there that have been updated to Android 7.0 Nougat as yet. If you want one you have to pick up the new Galaxy Tab S3. Samsung has been rolling out the said update to its smartphones for the past few weeks and it’s now giving its tablets some attention. The Galaxy Tab S2 Nougat release is now taking place in select markets […]

Galaxy S8 Pre-Orders Cross 550,000 Mark In South Korea
Despite the snafu that was the Galaxy Note 7 in 2016 and what with everyone spelling doom and gloom for Samsung, it seems that customers are more than willing to give the South Korean tech giant a second chance because according to the numbers, the Galaxy S8 is seeing some pretty insane pre-order numbers ever since it opened up on the 7th of April.

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Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 Leaked Pictures Surface
For the past few months we had been hearing rumors that Samsung might launch a refurbished version of the Galaxy Note 7 with a smaller battery. Samsung itself confirmed this a few weeks back. It’s part of the company’s effort to reduce component waste as it disposes off of the millions of units that have recalled since the Galaxy Note 7 was discontinued several months back.

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. LG G6: In-Depth ComparisonEditor's Pick
LG and Samsung have unveiled their latest phones, and since we spent enough time to come up with near-final conclusions, let’s compare the two hottest phones in the “large display” category. The LG G6 and the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ are leading a new push for large-screen displays with incredibly high display-to-body screen ratios, especially for high-volume devices. How do they stack against one another? Let’s take a look.

Samsung Is Apparently Done With Digital Cameras
Back in 2015 we heard the rumors that Samsung was apparently planning on closing its camera division, which suggested that the company could be thinking of exiting the consumer camera business. The company later denied that they would be exiting the market, but a report from The Investor is saying otherwise.

Samsung Korea Confirms Pricing Of 6GB Galaxy S8+
Recently Samsung Korea pretty much confirmed the existence of the 6GB Samsung Galaxy S8+. However for those who are curious about the pricing of the phone, Samsung Korea has revealed those details (via SamMobile) as well and sure enough as per the previous rumors, this phone will not come cheap.

Samsung Galaxy S8 VS LG G6 In Speed Test
With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8, many comparisons are being drawn up to one of Samsung’s main competitors which is LG and the LG G6, which is the company’s flagship of 2017 for now. Now thanks to a video uploaded onto YouTube by XEETECHCARE, it puts both phones to the test in a speed comparison.

This App Lets You Remap The Galaxy S8’s Dedicated Bixby Button
With there being so many voice assistant AI software already available in the market, Samsung’s Bixby will definitely face some stiff competition when it launches alongside the release of the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Whether or not it’ll live up to the hype or end up being a mostly forgotten feature remains to be seen.

Galaxy S8+ With 6GB RAM And 128GB Storage Confirmed
There were rumors long before the Galaxy S8 was made official that Samsung was going to at least offer one model of the new flagship in select markets that will feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Everyone else will have to make do with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Samsung didn’t say anything about such a model during its presentation but the company’s website for South […]

Development On The Galaxy S9 Has Reportedly Begun
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have only just recently been announced and neither handset has yet to go on sale, but according to a report from The Bell (via The Investor; via PhoneArena), development on 2018’s Samsung Galaxy S9 has already begun. If true, this puts development of the handset 6 months ahead compared to the Galaxy S8.

S Health Is Now Samsung Health, Offers Online Doctor Visits In U.S.
Samsung pointed out during the Galaxy S8 event last month that the new handset comes with an app called Samsung Health, which is an updated version of the S Health app that Samsung users already have, and that it’s going to enable online doctor visits for users in the United States. Samsung today rolled out an update for the app and it will henceforth be known as Samsung Health. The […]

Samsung’s Tizen OS Reportedly Riddled With Zero-Day Vulnerabilities
Today’s mobile landscape has pretty much matured to the point where users either choose between iOS or Android. This is versus several years ago where there were more smartphone operating systems battling it out for market share, and while that still holds true today, it has become much less obvious.