It is customary for Samsung to launch its Note flagships each year during IFA in Berlin, sometime around the beginning of September. This year though might be different, as rumors are starting to circulate that the Note 5 could launch a little earlier than that — toward mid-August.
According to our good friend, "a person familiar with the matter," who has spoken to both Reuters and The Wall Street Journal, Samsung is planning on changing its strategy to short-circuit Apple's yearly iPhone launch. Read More
Not everyone needs an expensive flagship smartphone, and for those people, Sprint and Samsung have a new option. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is launching on July 10th with admittedly modest specs, but a competitive price (for CDMA carrier phones).
It's summer time, which means that we're getting closer to the unveiling of Samsung's latest and greatest Note device(s) and thus the company is starting to think about lowering its current inventory to make space for the new models. That translates into major savings for customers who want a high-end smartphone that still holds its own against 2015's crop of flagships, or as Samsung likes to call this offer, Notable Savings.
Starting today 12:00 pm ET and until the 26th of July 2015 11:59 pm ET, if you purchase a Galaxy Note 4 at full price in the US from any participating retailer (that excludes Sprint and US Cellular), you can head to samsungpromotions.com/notablesavings to submit your information, device details, and proof of purchase to claim a $200 rebate. Read More
Android M is going to have some interesting new tools for fans of MicroSD cards and expandable storage in general. If you're looking for some cheap SD cards, Amazon is selling official Samsung-branded storage today... an unfortunate and cruel circumstance for owners of the Galaxy S6. Anyway, Amazon's selection of EVO cards has a few very good deals at the moment, particularly this 64GB Class 10 MicroSD card for just $19.57. Read More
Last week, there was a kerfuffle online about a couple of themes developed by an XDA member for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge that aimed to bring a more authentic Material look to Samsung's devices. Read More