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Fire up your Galaxy S5, T-Mobile customers: You should have a sweet surprise waiting for your phone. Several sources are reporting that…
Software updates on the way
Good news for Samsung Galaxy S5 owners on the Verizon network in the U.S.: Android 5.0 is ready for your device and…
Exynos to the rescue?
When Samsung introduces its Galaxy S6 smartphone, it may only have one version of the phone, not two. Typically, the company creates…
Samsung makes a lot of different phones, almost all of them functionally identical Android devices with slight differences. Now it’s planning to streamline the number of smartphones it makes by at least a quarter.
After its successful iPhone 6 launch, Sprint has decided to experiment more with its new leasing plans. It’s renting just two Android phones for now, but we’ll likely see more to come.
Growing the Galaxy line over the past five years has helped Samsung become the top-selling smartphone maker in the world, but there’s more to the global market than expensive flagship phones. That, combined with pressure from Xiaomi in China, equals grim news for Samsung.
After rising through the ranks to become the top smartphone seller in the world, Samsung is starting to fall from grace. The company warned of a large profit drop as the easy mobile device growth is gone.
Android L is looking pretty good on the Samsung Galaxy S5 based on a preview video. Tile’s Bluetooth tracking tags are gaining Android support and components of the modular Project Ara phones can be swapped out without turning the phone off.
Samsung is already pretty far along with merging its TouchWiz interface with the Material Design of Android L based on this video of an early software build.
Instead of buying a double-capacity battery for your Galaxy S5, why not make use of the existing battery by stacking another one on top of it? That’s exactly what the Unity Battery Case from Unu does.
Samsung announced the Galaxy S5 Mini on Tuesday morning. The device is not as impressive as the Galaxy S5, but has all of Samsung’s unique hardware features, such as a fingerprint sensor and heart rate monitor.
At an event in Chicago on Monday, Sprint and Samsung announced a new high-end handset, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport. Unfortunately, this…
Even before the Galaxy S5 launched, there were rumors of the Galaxy S5 Prime; a better version of the flagship. Now an improved GS5 exists for consumers in Korea, complete with a QHD display, 225 Mbps downloads and Qualcomm’s fastest, newest chip.
A new Android root method uses a Linux vulnerability at the kernel level.
Samsung announced a new high-end tablet, called the Galaxy Tab S, on Thursday at an event in New York City.
Multiple sources showed off two variants of the Galaxy S5 over the weekend: The Active and the Prime. The latter seems more interesting due to an expected 2K resolution display and faster Snapdragon processor.
If you needed another example of a smartphone sales slowdown at the high-end of the market, Samsung provided it on Thursday. Speaking…
It might be time for a new Samsung smartphone strategy as competitors are outpacing the company’s sales growth rate. For the first time since the end of 2009, Samsung’s global smartphone market share has fallen.
HTC hasn’t been too kind to Samsung for its use of plastic in phones. That may not stop the company from launching the HTC M8 Ace in plastic, however, because it would be priced lower than the Galaxy S5 yet have the same specs.
Now that Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is available, it’s time to make use of the integrated fingerprint scanner. PayPal is doing just that, releasing its app made specifically for biometric authentication.
I took a closer look at the Samsung Gear Fit and chatted with Samsung about its newest wearable product. So far, the device looks promising. Here are a few things you should know about the Gear Fit if you’re considering one for your wrist.
In a few days the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrives in stores and the hands of those who pre-ordered. Early reviews are generally positive but not everyone thinks this is a must-have upgrade.
The Moto G is turning into the little budget engine that could, helping Motorola grab 6 percent market share in the U.K. Intel is wisely thinking of 64-bit Android to better compete against ARM chips while the HTC One M8 impresses at first blush.
These two smartphones represent the best of Android, but which one should you buy?
Sprint(s s) announced Friday that Samsung’s Galaxy S5 smartphone will be available in stores and online beginning April 11, or you can…
T-Mobile will offer Samsung’s Galaxy S5 smartphone for $0 down. Pre-orders start Monday, or you can wait until the phone hits stores April 11.
Want an even closer look at the upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone and Gear wearables? Samsung posted detailed hands-on videos of each device, highlighting some new features that haven’t received much attention yet.
An online retailer claims to have images and pricing for Samsung’s official Galaxy S5 cases.
Didn’t get enough of the Samsung Galaxy S5 last week? No worries as Samsung shared a detailed look at the new phone today, showing a refined, simpler experience combined with new, useful features.
Samsung is hoping to entice potential buyers with free subscriptions for everything from Box to the Wall Street Journal.
Now that the Galaxy S5 and Nokia X are finally here, were they worth the wait? We took a hands-on look at the two which offer very different Android experiences.
Samsung passed on using the Snapdragon 800 to power its new Galaxy S5, instead opting for the newer 801 chip. Is there really that much of a difference? Actually, yes, and it’s why the Galaxy S5 has some new features and more speed.
Samsung’s latest devices are a bit more refined than usual, but that doesn’t make them any less exciting.
This video makes it pretty clear the Galaxy S5 will be announced in just a few short days.
Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy in less than a week, and a new report suggests it could hit store shelves shortly thereafter.
The latest Galaxy S5 leak further suggests the phone will come packing a 16-megapixel camera.
A leaked design render might offer up a first glimpse Samsung’s Galaxy S5 handset.
Samsung’s latest livestream teaser for its Mobile World Congress press conference hints that the Galaxy S5 is coming, along with a new interface and features.
According to the New York Times, Samsung is planning to introduce the Galaxy S5 later this month at Mobile World Congress.
Leaked screenshots of Samsung’s S Health app show off a new, flatter interface. Could this be indicative of UI changes to come with the Galaxy S5?
Leaked screenshots show Samsung’s software to look more like a stream of cards that resembles Google Now. The idea is sound: More glanceable information right on the home screen of the company’s next flagship phone.
If these benchmark results are for the Galaxy S5, expect it be an absolute beast of a phone.
Samsung has reportedly enlisted Catcher Technology, the same company behind the HTC One and new iPad mini bodies, to build a metal case for the Galaxy S 5.