The #Qualcomm #Snapdragon820 SoC isn’t expected to be available until 2016 at least. Given that we’re yet to see it on an actual device, there’s bound to be a lot of speculation on what will be new with the chipset. An industry source is now suggesting that the chipset will be about 50% more powerful than Samsung’s
Now that things are crystal clear on the internal storage front as far as both the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ are concerned, and we also know exactly where the former is headed, it’s time we matched up the new S Pen flagship to its forerunner. It’s not a matter of which is best,
Originally, we intended to take things very gradually when explaining Samsung’s new high-end smartphone roster, first spelling out the differences between the just-announced Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+, then pitting the latter against the “standard” S6 and S6 Edge, and finally comparing and contrasting the Note 5 and its faux leather-clad predecessor. But we
Before they actually start shipping via online retailers, and before they pop up in physical stores nationwide, Samsung’s newest mobile powerhouses still have one final hurdle to clear. Make that two. LG’s unsung hero pair. Yes, the aging continuously maturing G3 and grossly overlooked 2015 edition of the original “banana phone”, aka G Flex 2.
If a new rumor is to be believed, Samsung is prepping a wearable device known as the “Orbis“. The smartwatch will reportedly pack an Exynos 7420 SoC underneath and feature the company’s proprietary Tizen OS which we’ve seen in a handful of smartwatches already. We’re taking this with a pinch of salt for the time
Judgment day is here at last. The clash of the H1 2015 Android titans went down live on the Barcelona stage at the Mobile World Congress, and now it’s time to give the winner its well-deserved crown. Wait a minute, we don’t have a winner yet. Yes, Samsung snatched the spotlight and far more headlines
The Samsung Galaxy S6 made its way to AnTuTu benchmarks some days ago sporting record benchmark scores, telling us that the device is going to be a beast in terms of performance. Its “Edge” variant (SM-G925F) has now made an appearance on Geekbench, again with record breaking scores and confirmation of the chipset on board.
Yes, boys and girls, it’s that time of year again. The time we really don’t know anything about the way the mobile industry will be shaped, transformed and, hopefully, innovated over the ensuing eight to ten months. Not for sure, though we can’t help but feel fired up for what’s to come. And speculate, and