AMSUNG’S design for the Galaxy S8 is unprecedented in the company’s history, easily its best to date. And from what we’ve seen so far, the rest of the bits — the internals, cameras, and screen — are nothing if not built to rival or surpass the accomplishments of current crowd-pleasers like the Apple iPhone 7 and the Google Pixel.
EFORE Samsung Electronics Philippines even finishes taking preorders for the Galaxy S8 and S8+, it will introduce the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (click for complete specs) to the local market.
O apparently, there’s another version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 that was not announced at the phone’s launch. Today, Microsoft has confirmed that there will be a Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition (this includes the S8+, just to be clear). Unfortunately, it won’t be available in the Philippines.
AMSUNG has pushed the envelope of smartphone design and, to a lesser extent, technology with each flagship outing in recent years — though it may have done too much in too many areas last year, resulting in the cancellation of a promising big phone. Take one glance at the Galaxy Note 7 headlines, and you’d think there would be no more room for ambition, risk, and chutzpah within the walls of Samsung’s Seoul headquarters.
T has finally been unpacked. Samsung’s flagship phone — of which there are two variants: the Samsung Galaxy S8 (click for complete specs) and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ (click for full specs) — is now official, months after rumors have started swirling around it.
HIS just in: The Samsung upper-midrange phone with 6GB of RAM — launched only in markets like China and India — is coming to the Philippines. Yes, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (click for complete specs) will be introduced to the local market on April 6, about a week after the Korean giant launches the Samsung Galaxy S8 in New York.
lot has been written about the imminent Samsung Galaxy S8 rocking a Snapdragon 835 processor before any other phone from any other company but the Korean giant. And even more has been said about the effects of said phone getting first dibs on Qualcomm’s fastest and baddest chipset ever.
E’RE only a couple of weeks away from Samsung launching the next Galaxy S handset at its annual Unpacked event in New York March 29th. And weeks after that, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will launch in the Philippines.
AMSUNG didn’t unpack the Galaxy S8 at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017, otherwise known as the biggest phone event of the year. But it did announce that the most anticipated non-iPhone of this year will debut March 29th in New York by way of a teaser image and a video.
LTHOUGH you may think Samsung is finally done with the Galaxy Note 7, having come clean about the bad batteries and even worse decisions that led to the phone’s premature exit before sales could take off, we might see it again on shelves later this year.
HE wraps are expected to come off the LG G6 in just a couple of weeks, with the top-shelf phone set to take center stage during the company’s keynote presentation at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
AMSUNG isn’t expected to turn heads in Barcelona at this year’s Mobile World Congress, which will be held from February 27 to March 2. No, not when the main attraction is believed to be a tablet with faster specs and a 60-second teaser starring the Galaxy S8 — which may not reveal anything new given the leaks of late.
OMETIMES, you come across deals that are hard to pass up. Today is one of those days. We happened to stumble on an offer that may be perfect for those who want a phone from the Galaxy A series, but can’t afford to buy a 2017 model.
NE company’s misfortune could lead to another manufacturer’s success. In this case, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 problem caused the tech giant to settle for second place in the smartphone category in the fourth quarter of 2016.
AMSUNG’S next flagship smartphone won’t debut at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, end of this month. But don’t fret too much, as you may still catch a glimpse of it — if only for a minute in video form.
WO days after The Guardian had detailed the Samsung Galaxy S8’s supposed features, a tech journalist — whose leaks have always been spot on — came out with his own report about the Korean giant’s upcoming flagship smartphone. And he basically confirmed what the British site had revealed.
T’S still a little over two months away from the Samsung Galaxy S8‘s expected launch, but leaks have already kicked into high gear. And if we are to believe the latest report about the device, then it seems the Korean tech giant has made sure that its upcoming flagship smartphone is a major upgrade over the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
ARLIER today, we wrote a piece about the LG G6 being (partially) outed by The Verge by way of a render that shows off the top half of the device. Many gushed over LG’s use — or almost non-use — of bezels that drew comparisons to Xiaomi’s daring Mi MIX concept phone.
HE world can rest easy, as Samsung today answered that — pardon us — burning question on everyone’s lips. At a news conference, the tech giant confirmed that bad batteries and bad decisions were to blame for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fire incidents that led to its discontinuation just two months after its launch.
HINESE smartphone vendors still reign over the industry amid a 1.1 percent growth to 363 million shipments in Q3 2016, according to the latest numbers published by market-research firm IDC.