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Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition with Lollipop release imminent

Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition with Lollipop release imminent

While we did, honestly, expect the Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition to be launched several months ago at this point, it would seem that they’re finally ready to roll. With the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop and the official preview we saw courtesy of Samsung itself earlier this month, there can’t be much time between now and the GPE. What with Google’s update of their Android homepage still including the elusive Google Play Edition of the Galaxy S5 alongside the new Nexus family, we have only to ask - what’s the holdup?

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Logitech protection power gets fat, saves iPhone / Galaxy S5 from bumps

Logitech protection power gets fat, saves iPhone / Galaxy S5 from bumps

There’s little doubt now that there are people out in the wild willing to let their smartphone get extremely thick just in order to get the battery life they want. What you’re about to see is the Logitech protection [+] power, a case that’s able to give a huge amount of additional battery life to your Samsung Galaxy S5, iPhone 5, or iPhone 5s. At the same time as it brings big-time battery life, is protects your smartphone with an "ultra-protective outer shell" - and stylish exterior, of course.

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Galaxy S5 running Android L is buggy, but beautiful

Galaxy S5 running Android L is buggy, but beautiful

Android L — we know it’s coming, but we’re still not entirely sure when. A new video shows what is touted as the latest Android build running on the Samsung Galaxy S5 provides a pretty convincing look at a finished product, though. It’s obviously not stock, but if you’ve got a flagship from Samsung — check it out.

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Samsung Gear VR: everything you need to know (before the fact)

Samsung Gear VR: everything you need to know (before the fact)

It’s less than a month now before we expect Samsung to reveal their own Android-powered VR headset the likes of which we’ve seen before only a few times. With "devices" like Google Cardboard already released in small supply, Samsung is readying their own headset that’ll work with Samsung smartphones specifically. This is the Samsung Gear VR.

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Samsung digs into Apple at airport wall outlets

Samsung digs into Apple at airport wall outlets

This week we’re seeing Samsung extend their "wall huggers" campaign for those smartphone users who hang out around power plugs with some "wall hugger" advertisements. You may see these little signs appearing near or directly around wall outlets in airpots, showing consumers what they’re missing, so to speak.

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Galaxy Note 4 leak: back, front, and sides

Galaxy Note 4 leak: back, front, and sides

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is about to dispense with the pleasantries. What you’re about to see is a selection of photos of what’s suggested to be the next Samsung Galaxy Note, complete with front, back, and side photos. You’ll be surprised at how little it looks like its companion, the Samsung Galaxy S5, and how similar it looks to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 3.

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Google Play updated with less smartphone, more Android Wear

Google Play updated with less smartphone, more Android Wear

This afternoon the team behind the Google Play Devices Shop have made with the updates - Google Play giveth, and Google Play taketh away. What we’re seeing is the reduction of stock with the Google Play Edition devices, to start with. If you’ve not checked over the past few months, you’ll now be shocked to find that the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the original HTC One have completely disappeared from the shop.

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Galaxy S5 arrives in Electric Blue exclusively at Best Buy

Galaxy S5 arrives in Electric Blue exclusively at Best Buy

Those of you with the need for exclusivity in smartphone colors may want to have a peek at the Electric Blue variation of the Galaxy S5 at Best Buy this month. This device will cost the same as the original version of the device and will have the same specifications, for the most part. The big difference is in the color, which will be limited to Best Buy stores in the United States uniquely.

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