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According to ScientiaMobile, Apple has taken 18 slots in the top five sets of the six major continents. Samsung has taken ten.
According to Strategy Analytics research, Samsung has managed to sell 55 million Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge units by the end of March 2017.
Can the Galaxy S8 beat the S7, S6 and S5's box-office numbers this year? Probably, although 60 million units still sounds like a lot of phones.
It's small, ancient and low-end by today's standards, but the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini nonetheless earns its official Marshmallow stripes today.
The two devices from 2014 have just gotten Android 6.0.1. It took AT&T a long time to figure this update out for the 2014 model year devices.
The Galaxy S5 Neo is the latest in a long line of old and new Samsung phones to score over-the-air Android 6.0 Marshmallow, at least in Europe.
As long as you get a phone with a retail price above $400 and pay for it over 24 months at Verizon, you've got some good choices here.
Despite being more than two years old, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is treated to a sweet official Android Marshmallow makeover on Verizon as we speak.
Age is just a number for Samsung and T-Mobile, which have just joined hands on the official Android 6.0 rollout of the Galaxy S5.
A new study focused on 'mobile device performance and health' found that Android handhelds failed almost twice as often as iPhones in Q1 2016.
It's ancient by any standards, but the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini is due for an Android 6.0 software promotion before long, as is the international J3 (2016).
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is slowly but steadily heading for 10 percent market share, with three more phones updated today on two US carriers.
Too old and... refurbished? You may still want to give the Samsung Galaxy S5 on sale at Amazon a chance, since it costs a measly $160.
Two-year-old phones getting proper software updates? Sacré bleu! Sprint's Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport are getting Android Marshmallow updates.
In spite of its venerable age and mostly outdated specs, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is treated to a relatively early Marshmallow makeover... in Korea.
Following the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Edge+, and Note 5, April could see the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
If you're not bothered by its venerable age and somewhat lackluster design, the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S5 can be yours for an all-time low price now.
The December ETA hasn't panned out, and neither will January, rumor has it. Instead, the first two Samsungs to score Marshmallow will do so in February.
Samsung has been beta testing Android Marshmallow on its Galaxy S6 and S6 edge phones. It got leaked to Galaxy S5 a few weeks ago, with another since then.
Although Samsung is yet to officially update the Galaxy Note 5 or S6 Edge+ to Marshmallow, work on Android 6.0 for the Galaxy S5 looks pretty advanced.
Wow. Such yuneeq. Very metale. Fone.
I’m basically just using this as an excuse to attack every manufacturer going with the same and the same and the same after so many years of sticking with these aluminium chassis or even slapping a couple panes of Gorilla Glass onto them. It’s what we praise as “beautiful fit-and-finish” with great “feel in hand.” Every. Single. Time. And we’re not just talking about the iPhone and HTC, here; even when the build poses a risk to its own integrity — OnePlus X, you’re a real special case — we will [...]
A good dozen or so major Samsung products should be up for Android Marshmallow updates in the first two quarters of 2016, according to a fresh rumor.
Cricket Wireless seems to be taking Cyber Monday and the holiday shopping season in all very seriously, selling the Galaxy S6, S5, and S4 at half off.