Flash will save everyone of us
Samsung is mass producing the industry’s first 256 GB embedded memory based on the UFS 2.0 standard, for next-generation high-end mobile devices.
Ye can hear the sound of the pipes a calling
When Samsung adopted heat-pipes for its Galaxy S7-series, it might have kicked off a new trend in the smartphone industry.
At least in South Korea and China
Samsung going to kill its ‘Samsung’ logo on the front side of Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge at least in South Korea and China.
More than S6 and S4
Samsung will mass-produce 17 million Galaxy S7 series during first quarter – more than the sales volume of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S4.
In both Europe and the US
Although it was announced back at CES 2016 show in January, Samsung's new Portable SSD T3, which comes with a new USB Type-C interface and capacities of up to 2TB, is now available in both the US and Europe.
€700/€800 in Europe, $699/$799 in the US
While we already seen all the details regarding Samsung's new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones earlier, we now have all the price details including off-contract and those on most popular carriers, both in Europe and the US.
New chassis, better camera, beefier battery
After an endless streak of rumors and leaked pictures, Samsung has now officially unveiled its new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones at its Unpacked event, held just a day before the Mobile World Congress 2016.
Available on AT&T in Q2 2016
On the eve of Mobile World Congress 2016, Samsung announced a new automotive device enabling all passengers of a moving vehicle to connect to nearby available ultra-fast LTE networks. The device is aimed at providing a convenient way for owners of older cars to add LTE connectivity to their vehicles for anyone using a mobile device and not sitting behind the wheel.
Aims to accelerate Internet of Things to a single open standard
On Friday, a group of industry leaders making headway in the Internet of Things (IoT) market announced a cross-industry collaboration effort aimed at unlocking the massive opportunities for consumers and business with IoT devices, and ultimately a way to quickly get everyone to adopting a single open standard.
Calls it Galaxy Club
Whatever Apple has in its latest model and Samsung Galaxy is missing, will be present in the next generation of Galaxy smartphones and the launch of the Galaxy Club phone upgrade service just confirms this.