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Galaxy S6 details tipped with prototype appearance

Galaxy S6 details tipped with prototype appearance

What you're about to see might very well be the first appearance of the Samsung Galaxy S6. This device has been tipped to be the new "project zero" for the company, meaning they're attempting to bring their top-selling line through a new door to re-bolster sales. What this prototype image suggests is that they will indeed be releasing such a device - not exactly in looks, but with functionality. And with just about as close to an "edge-to-edge" screen as the company has ever produced.

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Galaxy Note 4 SM-916S variant seen with Snapdragon 810

Galaxy Note 4 SM-916S variant seen with Snapdragon 810

Benchmarking site Geekbench seems to be confirming one persistent rumor from the past few days. It seems that Samsung indeed has a variant of the Galaxy Note 4 probably headed for its home market of Korea. The difference with this model, shown to be the SM-916S, is that it comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 instead of the 805, the former being the chip maker's high end octa-core processor based on a 64-bit architecture.

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Samsung’s next Exynos chip to have Cat. 10 LTE support

Samsung’s next Exynos chip to have Cat. 10 LTE support

Cat. 4, Cat. 6, and now Cat. 10. These chipmakers are really pushing the cellular capabilities of their products to the limits, perhaps even faster than networks can actually adopt these network speeds. Of course, that has never been a reason for the likes of Qualcomm and Samsung to take it easy. Following the mobile chip leader's footsteps, Samsung is now said to also have an Exynos ready next year that will achieve speeds of 450 Mbps on downlink, almost twice as fast as Cat. 6's 300 Mbps.

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Galaxy S5 Plus revealed, but why?

Galaxy S5 Plus revealed, but why?

Just as Samsung revealed a late-season upgrade to their Galaxy S4 with the "LTE-A" model last year, this year’s Galaxy S5 Plus has arrived. Here in 2014, this means an upgrade past the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 to a higher-grade Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 with 2.5GHz clock speed, Krait 450 CPUs, and Adreno 420 GPUs. What’s all that mean to the lay person? It means it can process better, harder, faster, stronger. This device also works with LTE Cat. 6 instead of Cat. 4, meaning you can go faster once again - supposing you've got LTE Cat. 6 in your area, that is to say.

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Samsung Z delayed again: Is it game-over for troubled Tizen?

Samsung Z delayed again: Is it game-over for troubled Tizen?

Samsung has again delayed the launch of its Tizen-powered Samsung Z smartphone, admitting that it still needed time to "further enhance" the software ecosystem for the handset before it was ready for primetime. The postponement - not the first time the Samsung Z launch has been set back - has left the company with no firm public date for when its Tizen device might actually hit shelves.

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Galaxy Note 4 leaks confirm 5.7-inch QHD screen

Galaxy Note 4 leaks confirm 5.7-inch QHD screen

Samsung's next S-Pen powered phablet will be due for an announcement in a few months but instead of what S Pen features will be debuting, it seems that most people are more interested in what screen it will be carrying. If both of these links ring true, then we might be looking at a Galaxy Note 4 that has the same 5.7 inches of its predecessor, but a significantly higher QHD resolution.

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Leaked Samsung Galaxy Tab S images show it’s 6.6mm thin

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Tab S images show it’s 6.6mm thin

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S lineup is being primed for the world, and new retail images of the larger 10.5-inch tablet have leaked. Showing the same aesthetic Samsung fans will love, the new tablet is also sporting the AMOLED screen Samsung made popular on their smartphones. That brilliant screen is fronting some peculiar other specs, though.

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Gold Galaxy S5 heads to USA and UK

Gold Galaxy S5 heads to USA and UK

The Samsung Galaxy S5’s next shiniest shade has been revealed for release in both the United States and the UK. The Gold - or Copper Gold, if you prefer - edition of the Galaxy S5 is headed to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless (through select indirect retailers), and U.S. Cellular in the United States as well as Three in the UK.

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