Samsung will officially announce its next flagship handset, the Galaxy S IV, tomorrow at an event in NYC. We take one last look at what to expect from the next-gen smartphone.
Those wondering what the Samsung Galaxy S IV will look like will be happy to see a picture of the device from Samsung itself.
With Samsung's new flagship phone, the Galaxy S IV, on the horizon, it's imperative that customers avoid purchasing a Galaxy S III right now.
The official announcement of the Galaxy S4 is in just three days, and Samsung is working to build the hype. It has released the second in a series of videos that have some fun with the anticipation many fans are feeling.
Some pictures coming out of China might -- or might not -- have given the world an early look at the Samsung Galaxy S IV. UPDATED: A video of the device is now avaialble.
With the expected upcoming reveal of the Samsung Galaxy S IV next week, retailers and Amazon and Wirefly are offering major deals on the Samsung Galaxy S III.
There is a flaw in the Samsung Galaxy S III that allows the security of the lockscreen to be quickly bypassed.
Samsung announced that it is set to reveal a new 5.9-inch handset in the second half of 2013. The new handset is widely expected to be the Samsung Galaxy Note III.
Those who can't wait for the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S IV next week should be interested to learn that some of the important specifications of this upcoming Android smartphone have leaked out.
The New York Times is reporting that Samsung?s upcoming flagship smartphone will feature eye movement so it can scroll web pages, emails, etc. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
The White House has publicly stated that consumers should be able to freely unlock their phones without the risk of criminal penalty or any other imposed punishment. Doing so is currently illegal.
Several images supposedly showing the design of the Samsung Galaxy S IV have been making the rounds on the Web. These are definitely not what this hotly-anticipated device will look like.
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