Category: Samsung


Samsung shows the future through a ‘Display Centric World’

Tech companies have created videos of what the future may be like in the past, but it seems that some of those once-wild ideas are becoming reality. We’ve already seen slight advancements in curved displays with a goal to produce flexible and bendable versions, and wearable technology is, of course, becoming more common. Samsung Display



The anguish of updates

Here we are, another year almost gone, and I am weeping into my Cheerios. Not literally, mind, but a proverbial stream of lost opportunities cascades to the ground, one for every unconsummated Android update. Overall, this has been a relatively good year for OEMs: HTC brought Android 4.3 to the One in relatively good time;



Gift Guide 2013: Best Tablets

In this year’s Gift Guide, we’re going to focus on our favourite smartphones, tablets, wearables and accessories. In our second instalment, we take a look at the best tablets. This year has been very, very good for the tablet buyer. While the iPad still dominated headlines, Android OEMs finally began taking hardware seriously just as



Galaxy Note 3 sales surpass 10 million units in 60 days

A month ago, Samsung announced that they sold 5 million Galaxy Note 3 smarphones in its first 30 days. According to new data released today, demand is still high for this 5.7-inch device: Samsung has declared 10 million units have now been sold. The company also created a fancy infographic to show the Note 3



Android 4.4.2 rolling out to Nexus devices (Update)

We’re getting reports that only days after receiving Android 4.4.1, various Nexus devices, including the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, are receiving another update to Android 4.4.2, build number KOT49H. While there’s no word on what has been updated this time around around — the generic update blurb is the same as the former one, indicating



Samsung Galaxy J tests the waters for a metal-clad Galaxy S5

The newly-announced Galaxy J is a metal smartphone from Samsung. A metal smartphone. From Samsung. The company has been long-rumoured to ditch its Hyperglaze plastic legacy in favour of a more streamlined (read: higher-quality) metal construction for its next-generation flagship, and the Galaxy J, announced for Japan and Taiwan, is a good indicator of that



Bell and Virgin release the Samsung Galaxy S4 in Red

Bell and Virgin Mobile have launched a new colour of the Samsung Galaxy S4, now in Aurora Red. This festive colour joins the Black Mist and White Frost models that have been available since the flagship Android was released back in May. The specs are the same, just a new coating, and comes with a



Samsung to debut two new Note 3 colours in early 2014 (Updated)

Like many Galaxies before it, Samsung is set to introduce new colours to its top-of-the-line Note 3 product in early 2014. According to uploaded assets from Samsung Argentina’s webpage, the company will announce the Note 3 in red, a colour we’re familiar with, and, a few weeks later, Rose Gold, a brand new combination of