Category: Samsung

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Boring is the new black: why 2014 is the year of small changes

Yesterday, during Samsung’s first Unpacked 2014 press conference, JK Shin, the company’s head of mobile, said something that would have seemed out of place during the ostentatious, Broadway-scale Galaxy S4 unveiling a year earlier. He said, “Our consumers don’t want the most eye-popping technology, and they don’t want the most complex technology. Our consumers want durable

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Samsung announces Gear Fit wristband with a curved AMOLED screen

After announcing two new Gear variants a day before the conference, Samsung has unveiled a third wearable devices, the Gear Fit. This slimmer version of the smartwatch will indeed tell the time, but does so in the form factor of a bracelet, with a horizontal-oriented curved Super AMOLED screen. The 1.84-inch display sports a resolution

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Update: Samsung’s next-gen smartwatch leaks online

“The Next Galaxy” is what Samsung teased in their 37-second video yesterday. Leading up to February 24th Mobile World Congress keynote event are a couple leaked images, courtesy of reputable device leaker @evleaks, of the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 and Galaxy Gear 2 Neo. The overall design of this next-gen smartwatch seem to take shape

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Samsung releases teaser video of ‘The Next Galaxy’

Samsung has just unloaded a 37 second trailer for their big February 24th Mobile World Congress announcement of what is being called “The Next Galaxy.” It’s quick and seems to focus on a lifestyle with the following words, coupled wit the number 5:

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Samsung will reportedly reveal a Tizen-powered Galaxy Gear next week

Samsung rarely reveals just one product at its Unpacked events. Last year, for example, the Galaxy Gear was revealed beside a refreshed Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Note 3. On February 24th, Samsung is poised for a repeat performance, reportedly set to reveal two new Galaxy Gear smartwatches in addition to the flagship Galaxy S5.

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Samsung outlines KitKat upgrade plans for existing devices

Samsung outlined which devices are getting upgraded to KitKat today, and things are looking good for much of the Canadian market. While it’s already known that the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3, the company’s two current flagships, will be receiving Android 4.4.2, the company confirmed that almost every product powerful enough to run the

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