There’s another Samsung Galaxy Tab out there in the wild, this one coming with a physical design not unlike the Galaxy S5. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 has been leaked with a backside pattern the same as the Galaxy S5, bringing on specifications very, very similar to those of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014.
As Samsung is wont to do, iterations of their newset Galaxy S5 handset can be expected. In the past, we’ve seen active and mini versions of their flagship devices, but typically not a “Prime” variety. The Galaxy S5 may break that mold, offering up a premium Galaxy S5 to users in short order.
Samsung has been teasing a media event in Singapore on April 29. The actual event is for invited members of the media only and the teaser campaign uses the tagline "Kapture the Moment." Samsung is also using a large letter "K" on the media invite believed to be indicating the Samsung Galaxy K that has been leaked recently will be the focus of the event.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 may not have had the QHD Super AMOLED display some predicted, but Samsung is reportedly working on an updated, higher-resolution version, dubbed by some the Galaxy S5 Prime, as a premium retort to upcoming phones. The 2560 x 1440 handset, said to be internally codenamed "KQ", is believed to be in mid- to late-phase development and expected to deliver an experience arguably more in line with what Samsung originally hoped for its current flagship.
Samsung has just given word that it plans to hold a media event in Singapore near the end of the month. And if previous rumors are to be given credence, the "Kapture the Moment" slogan in the teaser could very well be referring to the company's next photography-centric smartphone, the Galaxy S5 Zoom, also named in some sources as the Galaxy K Zoom or simply Galaxy K.
It’s time for Samsung’s push of their newest wave of Chromebooks in the devices known as "Chromebook 2." Despite the simple name, these devices are hardly small potatoes, coming in both 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch display sizes with HD and Full HD resolutions and LED technology. Both devices work with light chassis, 16GB of storage, and 4GB RAM as well.
There’s no lack of interest in the next generation of phablet hardware this season, especially when it comes to the second wave of Samsung’s yearly dishing of smartphones. As the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrives, so too will the Galaxy Note 4 come not long after. As Spring arrives officially, so too must we prepare for summer.
With the first version of the Samsung Galaxy Camera, we saw a fairly traditional-looking handheld camera up front (with a big display behind.) With the Galaxy S4 Zoom, we saw the device line begin to transform into smartphone - but it was still rather thick. Now with the Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom, it would appear that the brand has found a way to become much, much thinner.
With the newest generation of Chromebooks they’ve got prepped for the public, Samsung brings on their Galaxy styling to the web-based OS’s hardware. With the Samsung Chromebook 2 13.3" model, we’re seeing a 13.3-inch 1920 x 1080 LED display that’s surprisingly bright - and sharp, of course. This machine will be offered in gray and will be appearing in the public in April of 2014.