Category Archives: Samsung

Samsung Gear S3 currently on sale for $190

If you wanted to get a good deal on a smartwatch before the madness of the Black Friday, here is your chance. Gear S3 by Samsung is currently on sale in Costco, where the device is available for relatively mere $189.99. The deal will last from today to November 26th. As is always the case with Costco, you have to have store’s membership card in order to buy. ...

Samsung Galaxy F will be compatible with US carriers

According to Evan Blass, Samsung is working on a wide range of carrier-specific firmware Galaxy F, world’s first foldable mobile device. This will allow it to work with U.S. Cellular, Spectrum Mobile, AT&T, Sprint and other US network providers. It is unknown how well Galaxy F will sold in the US, but I guess that if you want a market for an overpriced curio that will possibly begin a revolution in the mobile industry but is doubtful to sell well itself, US is the place to go. Galaxy F may or may not come out on March 2019, and its price may or may not be $1500. ...

Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) will be released in India on November 20th

Device will be released on November 20th, next Tusday, during an event in Gurgaon. It will be sold exclusively via Flipkart, where it will cost – this is an unofficial information – around ₹40,000. Phone’s specs are as follows:– 4 sensors main camera, 24mpx selfie shooter,– Snapdragon 660 CPU, 6 or 8 GB RAM, 128 GB storage,– 6.3-inch Full HD+ display, Super AMOLED, 18.5:9 aspect ratio– 2.5D curved glass,– 3800mAh battery,– Bubble Pink, Lemonade Blue and Caviar Black colour variants. ...

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, flat Infinity-O display and more

Galaxy S10 Lite will be a budget version of Samsung’s quite successful Galaxy S10 smartphone. It will be released at an unspecified date in 2019 (MWC, probably?) and will cost somewhere between 650 and 750 dollars. As for its specification, here is what we know:– Snapdragon 8150 CPU, 4 or 6 GB RAM,– 64 or 128 GB storage,– most importantly, an Infinity-O flat display with horizontally placed dual rear camera, fingerprint scaner build into the metal frame. ...

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core officially, Android Go OS

This phone is basically a budget Samsung phone with low price and equally mediocre specifications. We do not know its price but we do know the specs:– 6′ TFT LCD display, HD+,– 4-core CPU, 1.4 GHz,– 1GB RAM, 16GB flash memory, microSD up to 512GB,– 8 mpx main camera, LED flash, 5mpx selfie shooter,– dual SIM, modem LTE, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS/GLONASS,– 3300 mAh battery,– Android 8.1 Oreo Go.We do not know its release date. ...

Samsung releases some specs of Infinity Flex

Samsung Developer Conference continues, and with it a trickle of info regarding the company’s most interesting project shown, mainly the Infinity Flex foldable device. Today we have learned some of the devices’ specs. Its tablet display is 7.3′ wide, with 4:3 ratio, while the Cover Display (the smartphone mode one) is 4.58′ wide with 21:9 ratio. Both displays work at 420ppi resolution, which is not great but at least means that the Flex will consume less battery power than the QHD+ devices: Samsung believes that even with two displays their Flex will keep the battery ...

Samsung Galaxy S10 might be available in five colours

Yeah, news of the day… During the One UI conference on SDC 2018, the same one that gave us first look at Samsung’s foldable tablet, Samsung has also revealed its upcoming Galaxy Note 10 smartphone in five colour variants – white, green, black, blue and pink. It is no official presentation of the colour variants, but it is the next best thing.Samsung Galaxy S10 will be officially presented during February’s MWC 2019. Its production will probably begin a bit before that. ...

Hear ye, hear ye. Samsung has finally shown its foldable phone

Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display have joined forces to create a prototype of a device that may very well turn out to be a revolution on the mobile market. Samsung Infinity Flex is a tablet that can be folded into and used as a smartphone. The presentation was somewhat modest – the device was not shown live, but on a video filmed in a poor light, probably to hide many of Flex’s shortcomings. It is hard to blame them, though, after all it is just a prototype.Samsung Infinity Flex in its base form is a 7.3′ tablet. After folding it turns into a somewhat thick but ...