- News tagged "samsung"
Monday, 6 Jul 2015
The Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission has sued Samsung and Oppo for loading their devices with too many pre-installed and non-removable apps.
Saturday, 4 Jul 2015
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab S2 tablet is listed on IDA's Equipment Search list, which points to an imminent announcement. Read on to find out more.
Friday, 3 Jul 2015
Reports from Korea say that Samsung has just clinched a mega deal to supply 20 million SSDs to major manufacturers like Apple and Microsoft.
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy A8 smartphone is leaked in a short hands-on video where its specs are revealed. If true, you are looking at the thinnest smartphone yet from Samsung. Read on to find out more.
Google and Samsung have always had a somewhat tenuous relationship and the latest rumor from a Reuters source may signal Samsung's desire for more independence and less reliance on Google's platform.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2015
South Korean news publication Newsis released a report claiming that Samsung is releasing the Galaxy S7 in the second half of the year to take on the Apple iPhone 6S. Would this come to pass?
Monday, 22 Jun 2015
Popular tipster @OnLeaks posted a press render of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus on Twitter and suggests that the device could come with a 6.85mm thin design and a 5.5-inch display.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2015
After many Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge users complained of the missing quick toggles following a recent software update, Samsung released an official app, QuickPanel Restore on its Galaxy Apps Store to fix the bug.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2015
A mobile security researcher at NowSecure uncovered a critical vulnerability in the preloaded SwiftKey app that can be found on over 600 million Samsung Galaxy smartphones. The vulnerability allows hackers to remotely access sensitive personal data and secretly install apps without user's knowledge.
Monday, 15 Jun 2015
SamMobile claims to have exclusive information on Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 Plus (or Galaxy S6 Edge Plus).