- News tagged "samsung"
Thursday, 29 Oct 2015
Korean publication ETNews claims that Apple is sourcing OLED displays from Samsung for its Apple Watch and this could also pave the way for future iPhone models to come with AMOLED displays.
Wednesday, 28 Oct 2015
Samsung officially announces the 18.4-inch Galaxy View which it claims to offer a new dimension in mobile entertainment experience. What caught our attention is its hefty weight. Read on to find out more!
Monday, 26 Oct 2015
Rumors suggest that Xiaomi could be incorporating pressure-sensitive touchscreen display technology into its new phones, allowing users to interact with their phones in new ways by exerting force on the display.
Samsung showcased two new prototype thin and flexible batteries at the InterBattery 2015 exhibition in Seoul last week that could represent a major breakthrough in mobile and wearable battery technology.
Saturday, 24 Oct 2015
Two new entry-level smartphones, the Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7, are listed on the Samsung China's website. Read on to find out more!
Thursday, 22 Oct 2015
Before buying the Samsung Gear S2, you can try it out at home virtually with the Gear S2 Experience app.
Tuesday, 20 Oct 2015
The Korean Intellectual Property Office published a patent filed by Samsung in April 2014 which describes a display technology that can differentiate the amount of force applied by looking at the corresponding voltage. Will this pressure sensitive technology appear in the Galaxy S7?
Friday, 16 Oct 2015
Samsung introduced a new color, pink gold for the Galaxy Note 5. It will be available for consumers in South Korea from 23rd October.
If you are getting tired of your Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+ or Galaxy Note 5, you can trade it in for the OnePlus 2. Read on to find out more!
Thursday, 8 Oct 2015
As previously reported, two versions of the A9 processor can be found inside the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, one made by Samsung, and one made by TSMC. Initial reports showed slight differences between the two chipsets. However, new tests have shown that the TSMC chip may have up to two hours better battery life than Samsung's.