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Galaxy S5 equipped with fingerprint, heart rate scanners and latest software features

Galaxy S5 equipped with fingerprint, heart rate scanners and latest software features

Samsung’s Galaxy phones are clearly among the most anticipated mobile devices of the year and the same is true for Galaxy S5, the next generation version of Samsung flagship. While salient features of the phone are known, the exact price and release date are still more of a mystery. On the specs front, we can expect it to pack some of the finest and most cutting-edge features in the market, considering that it happens to be the main rival of Apple’s iPhone. Among the core components of the phone, we have 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM memory ...

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Galaxy Tab 3 Game Edition a perfect bundle for all the gamers out there

Galaxy Tab 3 Game Edition a perfect bundle for all the gamers out there

  2013 was a very good year for gaming, with Microsoft and Sony unveiling the latest models of their consoles. The latest treat in this regard happens to be Galaxy Tab 3 Game Edition. This bundle seems like a perfect package for all the gamers out there. The complete package also includes the WiFi tablet, controller and an HDMI adapter. In addition, three games are also available as part of the deal. Overall deal seems quite fine but price is an important factor to consider. So far Samsung has not announced the exact price of the whole package but estimates can be ...

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A major flow in Samsung Knox which aims at providing enterprise-class security on mobile devices

A major flow in Samsung Knox which aims at providing enterprise-class security on mobile devices

Various tech giants are scrambling to capture the market share that is left hanging after the BlackBerry fiasco. Obviously, Samsung is one of the biggest of these tech companies and also one of the most powerful. However, it seems that the company needs to work on the security vulnerabilities of its devices before aiming for new share. Recently, cyber-security researchers at Ben-Gurion University discovered a major flaw in Samsung Knox, the security technology that the company has been using for its mobile devices. This flaw can result in the hack of emails, files and even browser activity of the device. Knox ...

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4K resolution, 4G of RAM and 64 bit Exynos 6 processor for Samsung phones in 2014-2015

4K resolution, 4G of RAM and 64 bit Exynos 6 processor for Samsung phones in 2014-2015

The competition in the market of mobile devices is certainly going to stiffen with the passage of time and we are expecting a lot of awesome devices from tech giants in 2014. Samsung, being among the market leaders, is gearing up to launch some of the finest devices on the horizon. Samsung is expected to launch mobile devices with ultra-high resolution, significantly higher than WQHD resolution which amounts to 2560 x 1440 pixels. The future plans of the company include the emergence of 560 ppi AMOLED panels for phones. And that's not the limit and we are also looking forward ...

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Galaxy Star Pro is Samsung’s new 4-inch entry level smartphone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Galaxy Star Pro is Samsung’s new 4-inch entry level smartphone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Samsung’s new entry level smartphone called Galaxy Star Pro was recently launched into the market. However, Samsung did not make any sort of announcement regarding this phone beforehand, which is rather unusual. But this is not a huge issue considering that this was just an entry level phone and would not have gotten much coverage anyways. In the form of this phone, people who are just new to Android and are looking for a good entry level smartphone now have another decent addition to the list from which they can pick their phones. Samsung evidently has more serious business to ...

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Galaxy F series super premium smartphones with metal cases and high-end specs for 2014

Galaxy F series super premium smartphones with metal cases and high-end specs for 2014

Samsung is pretty active these days, which should be predictable considering that Apple has been doing the same. In response to 64-bit capabilities of the new iPhone, Samsung recently announced that its next phone would also be equipped with the same processing power. Then we learned about the new ISOCELL mobile camera tech and now we have another interesting piece of information. As per the reports from the Korean media, the home town of Samsung, the company is planning the launch of its premium line of smartphones in near future. This project is tentatively being called Project F. Naturally, details are ...

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Premium metal cases for Samsung Galaxy S5, same manufacturer developing cases for HTC One and iPad

Premium metal cases for Samsung Galaxy S5, same manufacturer developing cases for HTC One and iPad

Rumors and speculations about the upcoming Samsung flagship, Galaxy S5, have started making their way to the internet. A recent report from Taipei Times said that the company is about to finalise the suppliers for the metal casings that would it be using in its upcoming high-end smartphone. However, it is not guaranteed that this high-end smartphone would be Galaxy S5. The supplier is expected to be Catcher, the same company which has also been developing such cases for HTC One and iPad. The report suggests that the order of 10 to 30 million units would be finalised by 2014 ...

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Samsung is still producing the A7 processor for Apple devices and also wants the 64-bit processing power

Samsung is still producing the A7 processor for Apple devices and also wants the 64-bit processing power

The tussle between Apple and Samsung, two leading companies of mobile devices, continues and each one is trying its best to outsmart the other. In response to Apple’s new 64-bit smartphone, Samsung has also announced that its upcoming device would be equipped with the same processing power. However, this is something that is quite useless unless certain other features are also improved. Mainly, you also have to increase the RAM to at least 4GB if you really are to make use of 64-bit processing power. But other than the RAM memory, Samsung would have to cope with certain things as well ...

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Samsung Galaxy Prevail II an entry level smartphone with 1.4 GHz processor and 4-inch WVGA display

Samsung Galaxy Prevail II an entry level smartphone with 1.4 GHz processor and 4-inch WVGA display

Samsung has eventually expanded its Galaxy brand through the entire spectrum of smartphones. We had already seen high end and mid range devices from Galaxy line. Now with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Prevail II, we also have entry level smartphones from this brand. Currently the company has offered this device in the United States at a reasonable price of $180. Not only the price but the technical specs of this phone are also not bad. Just a brief look at the features of the device makes it clear that it certainly is a good deal. To begin with, this phone ...

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Galaxy Note 3 – powerful and fancy, available from September 25 with a faux-leather back

Galaxy Note 3 – powerful and fancy, available from September 25 with a faux-leather back

We have seen the rise of “phablets” during the last couple of years, after the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note. Contrary to the expectations and predictions, it proved to be a massive hit and not only that, it set an industry standard which others were almost compelled to follow. With the passage of time, tech giants like LG and HTC have also worked on their own “phablets”, although Samsung easily remains the king of this domain. Between all the fanfare and limelight, Samsung has officially announced the third generation version of its famed Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note 3 smartphone was ...

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