As smooth as the Samsung Galaxy S6 and its dual-edged counterpart are, some folks were pretty perturbed by Sammy’s new design choices. If the lack of a microSD card slot turned you away, you may want to get ready to jump back on the bandwagon with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active.
If you love smartphones and other mobile gadgets, it’s going to be exciting over the next few years. Late last year, we got our first look at a consumer devices with curved edge, but that’s just the beginning. A new report suggests Samsung has something far more intriguing in the pipeline for next year with the Samsung Foldable Display.
In 2014, the Galaxy Tab S lineup gained Samsung a lot of new fans, and while we haven’t seen the company’s lineup for this year, they are already rolling out several midrange slates. One of the newest is called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 V, and it’s just been announced for Malaysia with the rock bottom price of $135.
Samsung’s strategy for 2015 and the years ahead involve using better materials and making their device lineups a bit easier to recognize. The company has turned to a new single letter naming convention lately, and the first tablets to go that route have just shown up in Russia in the form of the Samsung Galaxy A Tablets.
A lot of folks plan on upgraded their old smartphone this year, and Samsung has two new handsets they would love to sell you. The Samsung Galaxy S6 release date has been up in the air for the U.S., but a new rumor suggests you’ll want to mark April 11th on your calendar if you’re looking to pick up the Samsung Galaxy S6.