Samsung Galaxy series gets refined
In addition to the flagship Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung has also launched two standard models, the Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+, bringing refined design, as well as hardware and software changes, but mostly keeping to the proven Galaxy S series formula.
Claims it on the bad product code, twice
I've purchased a Galaxy Watch 5 to give Samsung a try. The main incentive was 75 euros back, making the purchase a great deal. Well, it didn't go as planned as Samsung rejected the cashback playing it on a technicality. Two times in a row, the cashback form was not accepted, quoting AGB (Standard Business conditions) and claiming that I'd used the wrong product code withing providing more information about it.
Invites get sent out
Although it has been already rumored and the date has leaked earlier, Samsung has now officially confirmed its nex Galaxy Unpacked event for February 1st, 6PM UTC.
Officially invites pending
Although the next Galaxy Unpacked has already been rumored for February 1st, the recent leak pretty much confirms it.
Three phones officially launching early next month
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is rumored to launch early next month, and while we have already seen several leaks, the most recent shows all three versions in high-res pictures.
Up for grabs in the Netherlands for €799
While it was already spotted in France and in China, the Intel Core i9-13900KS is now available in the Netherlands as well for €799.
Carbon-fiber design for the back and red-color button
Motorola is teasing its ThinkPhone ahead of CES 2023 reveal, and this might be the one for those rocking ThinkPad notebooks.
Some Logitech for Business and standard products
Logitech has announced that multiple of its products are worthy of the Engineered for Intel Evo badge.
Galaxy S23 series as the star of the show
According to a fresh rumor, Samsung could set its next Unpacked event in the first week of February, with the venue set in San Francisco.
Three SKUs detailed
An update to rumors floating about upcoming Ryzen 7000 series non-X CPU SKUs has been spotted, suggesting that these could come in Q1 2023 at rather decent price points.