The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 release date is still several months away, despite rumors that claim the company will launch it early. Today we’re getting more news on one cool feature that may be coming to the flagship line in the form of an Iris Scanner.
Last week we noticed an interesting device passing through certification in India. The same handset has appeared this week in the states, which means we could soon see the Samsung Galaxy On7 launch in the very near future.
Today’s breaking news is that we have an almost certain date for the official release of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
If you’re not very much into super-cars, you’ll probably miss the chutzpah represented by the Samsung Veyron, a soon to be released smartphone in a clam-shell form-factor which is built around a powerful Exynos 8890 system on chip.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is a manly smartphone, as tough as coffin nails according to some geeks I know and, best of all, it’s now available on AT&T’s online store for $794.
As the digital revolution continues, everything revolves around security and bio-metrics and according to the latest rumor, the soon-to-arrive Samsung Galaxy Note7 flagship will feature an iris scanner.
At the end of last month, Samsung surprised a lot of folks with word of a Batman smartphone. Well, you may want to start saving now as the Batman Injustice Edition price is going to be extremely expensive.
Ready for another round of Samsung Galaxy S8 rumors? A new report suggests Sammy will do something special with the glass next year, which means we could get our first true 4K smartphone display on the company’s next flagship.
Where there’s smoke, there is usually fire as they say. Today, we have gotten wind of a new report suggesting a flexible future is coming soon as a Foldable Smartphone from Samsung is rumored to arrive next year.
Samsung launched its budget-smartphones line back in 2015, the Galaxy On 7 included, as an India-release only. Today it looks like a revamped Galaxy On 7 is in the works, a bigger-better-faster-more device aimed to replace the original On 7