Samsung’s flagship phablet the Galaxy Note 5 is coming sooner than expected. Usually announced during the IFA Consumer Electronics Show in the first week of September, the Korean company is instead slated to unveil their new phone in August to undercut the hype around the next iPhone. Here’s what you can expect from the upcoming Galaxy Note 5. Also, we give you details about the future of the Galaxy Note Edge and the other rumored phone, the Galaxy S6 Edge+.
The world’s 3rd largest smartphone vendor Lenovo is switching strategies in an effort to widen its lead over Chinese rivals Huawei and Xiaomi.
On Tuesday, May 13, the tech company announced it was launching its next budget smartphone – the A7000, simultaneously across 6 ASEAN countries, exclusively via “flash sales” on online retailer Lazada.com.Read More›
What do you do, when you’re the last major smartphone manufacturer to launch a flagship phone?
How do you wow a crowd that has seen it all?
What can you do better, to improve on the latest and greatest that’s already out there?
Yesterday was a really hot day.
Exhausted and looking forward to an ice cold beer, I looked down at my phone as I took the final steps towards the gastropub where I had scheduled my last two meetings of the day.
An unusual thought caught me by surprise, “Boy, does my phone look stunning or what?!”
Never did I think I’d have these words to say about a Samsung phone, but today, I was basking in the sheer beauty of the shiny, new Galaxy S6 Edge.
It’s been a long time coming, but let’s back track a bit. While it’s been the dominant force in the smartphone industry for many years now, Samsung has never been famous for superior design. If we’re talking about adjectives – thin, light, innovative, and sturdy are some of the words journalists have thrown around. Pretty, maybe. But stunning? Not in a million years.Read More›
It’s 2015, and just around the corner, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas – the world’s biggest stage for the latest and greatest in consumer tech. Not everything at the show is ready for primetime, not everything worth all the hype, but for those interested in what innovations will one day shape our future, CES is the place to look.