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There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ were the shining stars of the year and many have deemed it “the best smartphone that money can buy”. Despite all the praise...

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6 vs. 7. vs. 8 – which is more? In an attempt to determine just that, we’re setting contender OnePlus 5 against defending champs, so to speak, like the iPhone 7 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy...

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The Galaxy Note7 FE is closer than ever with reports that it will come out on July 7. The phone appeared on GFXBench, revealing most of the phone’s specs. The only surprise is the listed FHD resolution,...

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Samsung is getting serious about building camera modules for smartphones – these will be branded “Samsung ISOCELL”. This continues the legacy of the ISOCELL sensors that have been used...

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MWC Shanghai started today and Samsung is on the floor making some announcements. The first one is the growth of its ISOCELL technology to become a standalone image sensor brand, with 4 new sub-brands...

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Last year, Samsung had to recall its Galaxy Note 7 flagship phone after some users began reporting that the device was spontaneously bursting into flames. The exercise cost the company over $ 1 billion...

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Earlier this month, Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (2016) started getting the Nougat update. And now, the carrier has pushed out a new update to the 2015 variant of the tablet that brings the...

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According to a new Wall Street Journal report, Samsung will launch the refurbished Galaxy Note7 on July 7. The device will make its debut in South Korea, and should carry a price tag of under KRW 700,000...

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Samsung took a big hit last year when the well-reviewed Galaxy Note 7 showed a propensity to burst into flames. Samsung eventually had to recall millions of units and cancel the device entirely. The company...

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Samsung lost the Snapdragon 845 job to TSMC, so the company is de-emphasizing 7nm chips and focusing on 6nm chips instead. 6nm production is expected to start in 2019, when TSMC could still be using...