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Galaxy Tab A with S Pen

Samsung's Galaxy Tab A has been announced for many markets but it seems South Korea is the first region where Samsung will sell the Galaxy Tab A with S Pen support. The tablet will be available in both LTE and Wi-Fi variants and is more or less similar to the international variant of Galaxy Tab [...]

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Samsung today released the financial results for the first quarter that ended on March 31, 2015 (Q1 2015). Samsung's revenue slid further, which stood at 47.12 trillion won, an 11 percent decrease quarter-on-quarter (QOQ) whereas the operating profit for the quarter increased slightly by 690 billion won to 5.98 trillion won (QOQ). Samsung's Mobile business [...]

Samsung Level On Wireless

Samsung has expanded its Level series of products with two new additions – Level On Wireless and Level Link. The Level On Wireless is a Bluetooth-enabled headphone that features circular ear pads and six built-in microphones with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) function. It also comes with a dual-layered diaphragm that Samsung says helps suppress excessive [...]

Backup Memory

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a life threatening disease that takes a toll on the patient eventually. And though there's nothing one can do to cure it, Samsung and 3SG BBDO have developed an app called Backup Memory that helps to slow down the Alzheimer's side effects. It is basically a memory recall app that helps [...]

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Samsung today slyly confirmed the watch face design of its upcoming smartwatch. Unlike previous Gear devices that have adopted a square-ish screen, the upcoming smartwatch will have a round watch face. Samsung also confirmed to give developers a head start to develop apps for this smartwatch, making it the first time for Samsung to release [...]

Samsung apparently sold 200,000 Galaxy S6 smartphones in South Korea thumbnail

Positive reviews, market response should generally equate to good sales of a product but Samsung's latest Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge apparently fell short of expectation, at least in South Korea. According to Yonhap News, Samsung sold just over 200,000 units of Galaxy S6 devices since their launch. The sales even fell short of [...]

Qualcomm looking to manufacture its next chip at Samsung’s Foundry thumbnail

Samsung's production of 14nm processor has not only made it one of the selling points for its Galaxy S6 family but the semiconductors division has been getting some attention as well. Qualcomm, who originally contracted its Snapdragon processors in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) foundry has approached Samsung for its next-generation Snapdragon processors. According to [...]

S Health

Samsung introduced the S Health app with the Galaxy S4 in 2013. Since then, the app has gone through multiple iterations but one thing that was constant was the availability of the app being restricted to Galaxy Apps (formerly known as Samsung Apps). This is now changed as the S Health app is now available [...]

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Samsung conducts a lot of CSR activities for Africa but this time they want everyone to contribute by installing the 'What If I Can' app. The app is basically a pedometer app that counts number of steps and for 800 million new steps every user takes, Samsung will create a solar-powered school (SPIS) in Africa. [...]

Galaxy S6 edge for NTT Docomo

In a somewhat surprising move, Samsung has given up its own 'Samsung' logo on phones that will sell in Japan. Although the change is evident on the website with Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy Note Edge not bearing the Samsung name, the actual move will happen with the sale of Galaxy S6 family [...]