Samsung Galaxy Tab A (8.0”, 2019) goes official
We’ve been hearing about it during these past couple of weeks, and now Samsung finally decided to make the Galaxy Tab A (8.0”, 2019) official.
iPhone 7 still the most popular phone in ownership across North America
It was the most popular iPhone and also the most popular smartphone in the continent in the fourth quarter of 2018, continuing a long streak.
T-Mobile Galaxy Watch BOGO deal starts January 2, plus Apple Watch and more
$200 off a second Apple Watch? A free second Galaxy Watch? Here are some of the things you need to know about these deals for the new year.
New Samsung Galaxy Tab A coming early 2019, reports claim
A new Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet is expected to be unveiled early next year, according to reports, either at MWC or at the Galaxy S10 event.
Oreo updates are officially coming to the Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note 8 in Canada by the end of the month
There’s good reason to believe the Galaxy Note 8 will be updated to Android Oreo in several global markets by the end of March.
Samsung has Black Friday deals on phones, smartwatches and tablets coming soon
A few gadgets are already on special sale at Samsung’s official US e-store, with many other Black Friday deals coming November 19 and 23.
New Samsung Galaxy Tab A (8.0) comes to the US with metal frame, lots of pre-loaded content
A revised version of 2015’s 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A will be available stateside starting November 1 at the reasonable price of $230.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 S, aka Tab A 8.0 (2017), leaks in full, renders, specs and all
The low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 S, or Tab A 8.0 (2017), around the corner is rendered in press-friendly quality and fully detailed.
App update randomly confirms Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, J7 Reloaded and Galaxy Tab A2 S
Just in case you forgot, a rugged Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is around the corner. And so are mysterious J7 Reloaded and Tab A2 S devices.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow starts rolling out to Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7
Samsung continues to do a splendid job in bringing old smartphones and tablets up to date software-wise, with Marshmallow seeded to the Galaxy Tab A 9.7.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) debuts in Germany with respectable specs
By no means a powerhouse, the just-announced Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) is no pushover either, with a Full HD screen, 2GB RAM, and Android 6.0 in tow.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) discreetly goes official with 7-inch screen, Android 5.1
The underwhelming Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) is unveiled and fully detailed, lacking only pricing and availability information.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.0 (2016) most likely benchmarked with Full HD screen
If benchmark records are to be trusted, this year’s 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A will sport a sharp Full HD display and pack an octa-core Exynos SoC.
Forthcoming low-cost Samsung tablet leaked in full – Galaxy Tab A or Tab E 7.0?
A budget-friendly Samsung slate set to go official at MWC or later has had its looks and specs revealed, and it’s hardly a knockout.
Samsung reports worrisome Q4 2015 smartphone sales dip, forecasts small 2016 growth
Usually, gadget manufacturers thrive around the holidays. But Samsung actually saw its smartphone sales numbers drop quarter-on-quarter in Q4.
Here are all the Samsungs ‘confirmed’ for Marshmallow updates in Q1 and Q2 2016
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.
Pre-Black Friday Expansys deals include super-cheap Nexuses, Samsung Galaxy Tab A
If you have an itch that needs to be scratched today as opposed to next Friday, Expansys sells the 32GB Nexus 5 and Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 at $200 each.
Samsung’s Android Marshmallow roadmap gets updated with new ETAs, more devices
Samsung’s three rumored phases of Android Marshmallow updates are expanded, with tablets now included, but 6.0 ports for the Note 3 and S4 not approved.
Samsung trademark filings could hint at boatload of new tablets
See why it looks like the Samsung tablet lineup could be getting a bunch of new members.