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Galaxy Note 10 and Watch 2 Wireless Chargers sent for FCC approval

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Samsung starts staff layoff at its last phone factory in China

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Samsung S10 Energy Ring App brings a Battery Indicator around the Camera

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samsung galaxy s6 edge

Samsung’s latest addition to the Galaxy range sports a curved display bring content to the edges of the phone, it looks great in photos but what is it like in person?

The Samsung Galaxy S6, and the Edge variant thereof, has officially been announced with some interesting specs including an octa-core, 64-bit chipset.

According to reports, Samsung could be working on its own series of GPUs for its popular Exynos series of chipsets!

After launching the Galaxy Round with a curved display earlier this year, Samsung today showcased the Galaxy Note Edge that comes with a bent display and a Snapdragon 805 SoC.

goophone n4 samsung galaxy note 4 clone

Real photos of the GooPhone N4 have surfaced giving us the first clear look at what the knock-off Samsung Galaxy S4 will look like.

goophone n4

The prospect of the Samsung Note 4 is being launched is an exciting one, but as usual it is Chinese phone maker GooPhone who are cashing in on the news with details of the GooPhone N4 clone.

exynos

Samsung’s newest octacore processor has been announced and has quickly been labeled a flagship SoC worthy of a home in the next gen Galaxy Note 4 and possibly the next Meizu.

After a considerable round of rumours, the ‘mini’ version of Samsung’s current flagship, the Galaxy S5 has now gone official.

Specs sheet of Samsung’s next-in-line phablet spearhead, the Galaxy Note 4 was just spotted on an AnTuTu listing which seemingly confirms an Exynos variant.

Patents have revealed Samsung’s planned three sided screen for the Galaxy Note 4.

Providing for the huge demand for dual SIM smartphones in China, Samsung just unveiled its front-runner in the Galaxy S lineup in a dual SIM avatar — the Galaxy S5.

xiaomi system app

The Xiaomi System app brings the MIUI UI and certain features and services to non Xiaomi Android devices!

While the demand for flip phones might have died down in most markets of the world, the Chinese (among other Asian markets) still seem to have a bit of flip-phone hunger left in them.