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Samsung exec: bendable phone is right around the corner

Samsung exec: bendable phone is right around the corner

The war over bendable, foldable smartphones has just been reignited. And unsurprisingly, Samsung is poising itself once again to be the trailblazer in this race. Samsung Telecommunications America president and CEO Gregory Lee proclaimed publicly that such transformable smartphones are "relatively around the corner". This declaration isn't exactly surprising not only because of the flood of leaks and insider information we've received of late. It's also because Samsung is now in a race to actually be the first in the market, considering it now has more rivals in that space than before.

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Samsung Pay launches in Singapore

Samsung Pay launches in Singapore

Samsung Pay has rolled out in another Asian country making Singapore the first in Southeast Asia to have access to the service. Samsung Pay will officially launch on June 16 and falls into the mix with South Korea, US, China, and Spain as the nations supporting Samsung's mobile payment service right now. As in other locations, Samsung Pay allows users to pay with compatible Samsung phones at contactless and other terminals.

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Samsung Gear Fit 2 sports band goes on sale worldwide

Samsung Gear Fit 2 sports band goes on sale worldwide

If you're a Samsung fan and have been eagerly awaiting the new Gear Fit 2 sports band, now's your chance to finally pick one up. The GPS-enabled wearable has officially gone on sale around the globe in a number of markets, including the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Australia. Priced at $179 and available in two sizes, Samsung says that Gear Fit 2 will be available in other countries in the near future.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 could get 4K screen

Samsung Galaxy S8 could get 4K screen

Market analysis, wishful thinking, or both? Whichever the case, Samsung's 2017 flagship might very well bear, not the first, a 4K screen. That is the prediction being made by some analysts like UBI Research, based on trends and current production capabilities. While Sony was really the first OEM to have a 4K smartphone with the Xperia Z5 Premium, Samsung might have a better use case for that extreme high pixel density beyond simple video or photo viewing: virtual reality.

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Galaxy Note 7 name tipped again

Galaxy Note 7 name tipped again

Back in late May, we first reported on a rumor that the next Galaxy note smartphone would change the naming convention that Samsung has used. If Samsung followed its traditional naming convention, the new Note phablet would be the Galaxy Note 6. The rumor suggested that the next device would instead be called the Galaxy Note 7.

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Samsung tipped to finally have a foldable smartphone in 2017

Samsung tipped to finally have a foldable smartphone in 2017

At CES 2013, Samsung played a video showing off its dreams of a foldable mobile device, built around its then new YOUM flexible display brand. It would take nearly half a decade, but that fated day might finally be upon us. According to sources speaking on the condition of anonymity, Samsung is ready to show the world the first smartphone that will not only have a bendable display but also fold out from a smartphone to a small tablet. And it could be revealed as early as MWC 2017.

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Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro outed: plastic in disguise

Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro outed: plastic in disguise

The smartphone industry can perhaps be credited with not just expanding the English language (with "phablet", for example) but also by redefining some words. We've seen, for instance, "minis" that aren't exactly small, or "pros" that might not live up to the name. The new Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro could, perhaps, be considered one of the latter, bearing very small upgrades from the plain Galaxy J3 launched just last April. At least, it looks the part of a pro device. Or does it?

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Don’t update your Galaxy phone (yet)

Don’t update your Galaxy phone (yet)

Before you jump in on the next update for your Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, Note 5, or Note 4, pay heed: there's an issue. Users with a variety of Samsung smartphone updating to the first release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow have been experiencing a unique issue. Passwords on the device - be they text based or fingerprint based - seem to be lost or distorted as the newest update is installed. But what about you? Will you see the same issue? Should you be fully freaking out at the moment, or is there something you might do to avoid this mess?

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Galaxy S7 Active released and detailed in full

Galaxy S7 Active released and detailed in full

This week the folks at Samsung and AT&T have revealed the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active, a slightly more rugged edition of the smartphone line. This version of the device comes in three colors: Sandy Gold, Titanium Gray, and Camo Green. You'll be able to find this device in the United States at AT&T exclusively, starting on the 10th of this June, 2016 - that's just a few days from now.

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Galaxy Note 6 key details appear in leaked blueprints

Galaxy Note 6 key details appear in leaked blueprints

Renderings based on blueprints of the Galaxy Note 6 (or 7, whatever Samsung ends up calling it) have appeared, showing key details for the large smartphone. This device will have the S Pen - as expected - but according to the details we have today, it'll also have a set of curved edges. Whats that? It'll be an Edge? Not necessarily. Not necessarily in name, that is to say. This is going to be a real oddity.

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Samsung Level Active aims at Jaybird

Samsung Level Active aims at Jaybird

When it comes to earbuds for the active folks out there one of the most popular names is Jaybird. Samsung wants in on the market that Jaybird plays in and to grab some of that market Samsung has a new product in the works according to rumors and Bluetooth SIG. The name of the device is Samsung Level Active and Bluetooth SIG lists the model number as EO-BG930.

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Verizon Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Tab S2 Marshmallow update is now available

Verizon Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Tab S2 Marshmallow update is now available

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Tab S2 users have a new software update that is now available to download directly from the carrier. The update brings Android Marshmallow to the devices along with a slew of new features that users of the tablet and phablet can enjoy. The software version for the Marshmallow update on the Galaxy Note 4 is MMB29M.N910VVRU2CPD1.

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