Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G isn’t all that far away from a release in the United States, but the phone is already hot property in South Korea. It’s so hot, in fact, that we already have one report of a handset bursting into flames.
Samsung and Apple have long been competing against one another for smartphone dominance, but it looks as though the South Korean company could be about to take a leaf out of Microsoft's book. Samsung has already confirmed that it plans to bring official iOS support for its Gear S2 smartwatch, and now, according to a new report, the company has internal plans to release nearly all of its existing mobile apps onto Apple's iOS platform in the coming months.
Smartphone case maker Speck has entered the virtual reality space with its very own VR viewer, which is collapsible, can fit into a pocket, and comes with a military-grade case.
New rumors suggest Samsung's Galaxy S7 will come with Apple's 3D Touch-like ClearForce-powered pressure sensitive display to rival the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Whether you love or loathe the Korean electronics outfit's products, it's a fair assessment that the mobile world wouldn't be the same without Samsung. Tenacious and audacious in equal measure, the company seems to know no limits when it comes to experimenting with new technologies and ideas, and now Bloomberg is reporting that Samsung plans to release a smartphone with a wraparound display in 2014.
Samsung may have only just got the Galaxy S4 out the door, and recently we've seen leaks of the Galaxy S4 mini, but it seems that the company has more new toys to show us after invites went out for a 'Samsung Premiere 2013 event.' More details can be found right after the jump.
Although both Apple and Samsung legal representatives are spending most of their working days locked in a Californian court room battling out their difficulties, it hasn't stopped the two companies putting plans in place to make an assault on the smartphone industry. After all, business is business, and although the two largest smartphone vendors in the world clearly have issues. With Apple planning to entice users over to the fruity side with the announcement and release of the next-generation iPhone sometime next month, it seems that Samsung have their own plans for market domination.
With many products from various manufacturers already said to be arriving in what's shaping up to be an explosive next few months, Samsung has voluntarily added itself to the fray by notifying the guys over at TheVerge of a significant Galaxy announcement on August 15th.
Samsung Announces Dual-Core 1.4GHz, Super AMOLED HD Plus-Based Galaxy Tab 7.7 And 5.3” Samsung Galaxy Note [VIDEOS]
Samsung Mobile has announced two all-new products today. The first is the Galaxy Tab 7.7 which, you may have guessed, is a tablet while the second product is the Galaxy Note. Both are based on Android, have dual-core processors and come with Super AMOLED HD Plus displays.
Samsung Galaxy S II Sells 3 Million Units In 55 Days, Becomes Fastest-Selling Phone In The Company’s History
Android fans might want to get a little excited from this announcement coming straight from Samsung: the Galaxy S II has sold 3 million units in just 55 days, becoming the company's fastest-selling phone ever: that's 1 phone sold every 1.5 seconds!