Samsung Vs Apple

Why Samsung should love hating the iPhone for as long as possible

By about 7 hours ago.

Why Samsung should love hating the iPhone for as long as possible

Even though it has plenty of reasons for hating the iPhone, Samsung should also love Apple’s top product for as long as possible, a new report suggests. Not only is Apple bringing plenty of business to Samsung even though the two companies compete fiercely in the mobile landscape, but a recent regulatory filing in South Korea revealed that the iPhone maker was one of Samsung’s top five customers again last year, just like in 2013.

As a result, Samsung will undoubtedly love to continue hating the iPhone as it does now for as long as possible. More →

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April Fools 2015: Samsung Galaxy Blade edge

Samsung finally figured out what to do with its ‘edge’

By about 10 hours ago.

Samsung finally figured out what to do with its ‘edge’

Samsung hasn’t come up with any must-have features for its edge displays yet, even though it currently has two devices sporting such screens, including the Galaxy S6 edge and the Galaxy Note Edge. But that all changes with the gadget pictured in the image above.

Meet the Galaxy Blade edge, the first Android-powered smart kitchen knife in the world, which also happens to pack a curved screen.

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Free Galaxy S6 Offer

Lucky Samsung fanatics get a free Galaxy S6… but not in the U.S.

By about 11 hours ago.

Lucky Samsung fanatics get a free Galaxy S6… but not in the U.S.

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are Samsung’s best smartphones yet, but they also come with a hefty price tag that not many people will appreciate. Buyers looking to score a free Galaxy S6 can do so now, at least in South Korea, Chosun reports, but only if they’re hardcore Samsung fans. More →

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Galaxy S6 and S5 TouchWiz UI

Watch: The gorgeous Galaxy S6 TouchWiz UI that could have been

By on March 31, 2015 at 2:03 PM.

Watch: The gorgeous Galaxy S6 TouchWiz UI that could have been

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge flagships come with a significantly improved TouchWiz user interface on top of Lollipop (even though bloatware levels are still as high as ever), as Samsung seems to have finally understood what users want to see in their devices. But TouchWiz could have been better than that, even before Google came up with Material Design. More →

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Preorders: Galaxy S6 and S6 edge

Copying the iPhone 6 is already paying off for Samsung

By on March 31, 2015 at 7:45 AM.

Copying the iPhone 6 is already paying off for Samsung

Samsung is yet to announce record launch numbers for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, currently available for preorder in a variety of markets, but various reports already claim the new phones are already selling like hot cakes. After a rumor said a few days ago that Samsung is tripling Galaxy S6 edge production in order to meet increased demand, a new report from South Korean publication Naver reveals that preorders for Samsung’s sixth-gen Galaxy S models are significantly outpacing Galaxy S5 preorders in the U.S., one of the most important markets for the company. More →

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Replaceable Battery

Samsung has a perfectly good reason for not giving the Galaxy S6 a replaceable battery

By on March 30, 2015 at 1:46 PM.

Samsung has a perfectly good reason for not giving the Galaxy S6 a replaceable battery

There’s been a good deal of hand wringing from gadget fans lately about how Samsung sold out functionality in the name of form when it decided to not give the Galaxy S6 an easily replaceable battery. Charles Arthur, however, thinks Samsung is smart enough to know what it’s doing and he makes a persuasive case that there’s no way the company would have ditched the replaceable battery for the S6 if it thought such a move would significantly hurt its sales. More →

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Review
Samsung Galaxy S6 Review

Samsung Galaxy S6 review

Samsung Galaxy S6 review

By on March 30, 2015 at 12:01 PM.

I have been pretty hard on Samsung over the past few years, but let’s be honest: the company deserved it. Time and time again, we’ve seen Samsung launch fantastic flagship smartphones that are class leaders in almost every key area. Samsung’s mobile displays are the best in the world, many of its software additions have mass appeal, and its phones are always among the best available when it comes to performance.

But where design, build quality and materials are concerned, Samsung has always been at the bottom of the pile.

That changes in 2015, and the Galaxy S6 is our first look at the future of flagship Samsung phones. On the inside, the S6 is everything we have come to expect from the company’s premium smartphones. And on the outside, the Galaxy S6 is like nothing we have ever seen before from Samsung. More →

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Galaxy S6 vs. Galaxy S5

Samsung says there’s really no reason to buy last year’s Galaxy S5

By on March 30, 2015 at 11:23 AM.

Samsung says there’s really no reason to buy last year’s Galaxy S5

Samsung on Monday published an infographic on its blog, showing the differences between this year’s Galaxy S6 flagship and last year’s Galaxy S5, suggesting there’s really no reason to even consider buying the 2014 flagship Samsung phone, as the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are significantly better than their predecessor in every way. More →

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Galaxy S6 Edge Drop Test

Watch: Can this insane torture test kill the Galaxy S6 edge?

By on March 30, 2015 at 9:15 AM.

Watch: Can this insane torture test kill the Galaxy S6 edge?

One of the obvious concerns with the Galaxy S6 edge is related to the phone’s curved display, which might not handle some drops as gracefully as smartphones that come with regular, flat screens. However, a short video from China shows an extreme Galaxy S6 edge torture test that reveals how shockingly durable the Gorilla Glass 4 on the Galaxy S6 edge really is. More →

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Iris Scanner

This potential Galaxy S7 feature could make Apple’s fingerprint scanners obsolete

By on March 26, 2015 at 10:45 PM.

This potential Galaxy S7 feature could make Apple’s fingerprint scanners obsolete

Apple ushered in the era of biometric smartphone security when it included fingerprint scanners on the iPhone 5s but Samsung is working on a technology that could make fingerprint scanning obsolete. Android Authority reports that Samsung is working with the Stanford Research Institute to incorporate iris-scanning technology into mobile devices. More →

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Galaxy S6 edge Release

Could the Galaxy S6 edge be an even bigger hit than Samsung imagined?

By on March 26, 2015 at 3:51 PM.

Could the Galaxy S6 edge be an even bigger hit than Samsung imagined?

A new report from South Korean publication ETnews reveals that Samsung is scrambling to increase Galaxy S6 edge production, as the device is a lot more popular with its retail partners than initially believed. More →

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