As we near the upcoming reveal, more details have leaked about Samsung's next flagship handset, the Galaxy S IV. The smartphone is reported to offer new wireless charging technology, with a far greater charge range that the current Qi standard.
AT&T has officially rolled out an over-the-air update for Samsung Galaxy S III owners' to get a taste of Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean." While the upgrade was previously available to users via Sammy's free Kies desktop software, it is now accessible to all through a much simpler process.
Samsung showed off its new flexible OLED technology (called Youm) at CES this week in Las Vegas. The Korean manufacturer demonstrated its new tech with a number of concepts seen at the company's keynote address.
Samsung announced the Galaxy S II Plus today. The new handset is a continuation of its popular flagship handset the Galaxy S II. Armed with a new processor and features the handset, will look to offer even more functionality and usability.
Samsung has just raised the bar on what to expect from a smartphone chip. The newly-announced Exynos 5 Octa will include a startling 8 processor cores.
Samsung looked into the bring your own device trend within the enterprise, and came away thinking that BYOD will be the norm by the end of 2014. Get more from TechnologyGuide
The ATIV Odyssey, Samsung's Verizon-exclusive Windows Phone 8 device, was on hand for inspection at CES this week, so we took it for a test drive.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform will finally be making its way to Sprint, the last of the four major US carriers, come this summer.
Samsung finally provided us with hard-and-fast specs at CES today for its upcoming Windows Phone 8 device, the ATIV Odyssey, which will launch "in the coming weeks."
Despite its running title of "best smartphone in the market" for the past five years, Apple's iPhone seems to be losing traction among critics, as Consumer Reports has rated the company's iPhone 5 as the worst of the top smartphones.
Another supposed leak has surfaced for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV and this time it's an image.
Today, Samsung has confirmed the reports that the manufacturer plans to sell Tizen-Based handsets. The Korean firm announced that it plans to sell the handsets sometime this year, however the specifics remain unknown.
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