11:04PM Tuesday 15 January
Samsung has a huge year ahead when it comes to new smartphone launches, as the company is expected to unveil the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F on February 20th. Read More »
188 Days Ago While Samsung's Galaxy and Apple's iPhone have become staples of the smartphone market over the past decade, there was another name that dominated the conversation long before smartphones took over.
190 Days Ago Following months of leaks and speculation, Samsung finally announced last week that it will hold its latest Unpacked event on Wednesday, February 20th in San Francisco, California.
188 Days Ago The legendary Motorola RAZR might be making a comeback as a $1,500 foldable screen smartphone, and it could launch as early as February, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
187 Days Ago We have almost reached the edges of the phone when it comes to display size, but smartphone makers this year will continue to increase screen-to-body ratios.
189 Days Ago Samsung’s first foldable smartphone is confirmed to launch in the first half of the year, and the handset won’t have that many rivals, as other vendors are yet to unveil their own foldable devices.
189 Days Ago Apple and Samsung both ran into big problems last year with their smartphone businesses. Long story short, iPhone and Galaxy phone sales plummeted in the holiday quarter.
191 Days Ago Samsung’s Galaxy S10 (along with perhaps a few other things) is set to launch at their Unpacked 2019 event on February 20 in San Francisco. With a little over a month until the big day, the company has set about the good old-fashioned task of teasing us all about just what it is they’ll be … The post Samsung appears to be teasing their foldable smartphone in a series of billboards around Paris appeared first on Ausdroid.
188 Days Ago Samsung is preparing to introduce its new and exciting foldable Galaxy smartphone on February 20, followed by other manufacturers such as Huawei and LG. Of course, Apple wouldn't want to be left out and it's working on a design of its own, except it is taking a totally different approach.