As seen above the site lists the Galaxy Tab4 in three screen sizes : 10.1", 8.0" and 7.0", matching the Galaxy Tab3 screen sizes. There's no other information to go on at this stage, so we'll have to wait for an official announcement. The Galaxy Tab3 range was... Continue readingWhen Samsung announced the Gear Fit at Mobile World Congress, they advised it would be compatible with at least 20 Galaxy devices and most assumed they were devices already in the Samsung range, but it appears that at least three of those are the yet to be announced Galaxy Tab 4 series.
The stitched faux leather back from the Galaxy Note 3 is definitely not dead, with EvLeaks over-night showing a much better view of the Samsung Chrome device he leaked yesterday, which confirms - as far as Evan Blass is concerned - that it is indeed a Chromebook and the recently leaked Chromebook 2. The picture shows off a thin, countoured base with the uniquely Samsung stitched faux leather lid, giving it the appearance of a folio or similar. There's litte to glean in specs from this photo except for the presence of a USB port as well... Continue reading
rumoured launch of an 11" and 13" Samsung Chromebook 2. It's been assumed that they would follow the same design language as their previous ChromeOS releases but a leak from EvLeaks could show a different design language altogether. https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/439824584989097984 The leaks shows something that could be interpreted in two ways, either a Chromebook or something a bit different - a ChromeOS Tablet. The ChromeOS tablet idea has been kicking around... Continue readingSamsung was one of the earliest builders of ChromeOS devices, producing both Chromebooks and the first generation Chromeboxes but have been quiet of late on that front, apart from the
4 largest carriers in Australia quickly confirm they would be offering the phone on their network, now you can get an idea of outright pricing with exporters in Europe and the UK and Mobicity here in Australia opening up pre-orders for Samsungs latest super-phone. Despite rumours circulating prior to the release of the Galaxy S5 that Samsung was going to attempt to price the Galaxy S5 at... Continue readingThe Samsung Galaxy S5 is arguably one of the most anticipated phone releases this year, announced on this week with a release date of the 11th of April, we quickly saw the
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The biggest stories of the week came to us courtesy of Nokia and Samsung, so we spent the podcast discussing those big stories. Hosted by Jason Murray, with Dan Tyson Geoff Quattromani. Topics: Nokia X Galaxy S5 Listen to this episode Download this episode MP3 Subscribe to the Ausdroid Podcast RSS iTunes Get in contact with us via our Podcast Email, or leave a comment below. Continue readingWelcome to episode 103 of the Ausdroid podcast! This week we saw a number of high profile news stories break at
Galaxy S5 and one of the key features discussed was the Finger Scanner built into the home key. This feature is important to Samsung, as it opens a whole variety of security based functions such as mobile payments based on fingerprint identification. In order to protect their new feature, they've applied to various trademark offices around the world to trademark the term 'Finger Scanner': In the US with the US Patent and Trade Office(USPTO), lodging application 86197609 with them on the 12th of February. They applied for... Continue readingAt the Unpacked event yesterday, Samsung unveiled their new flagship phone, the