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Galaxy S5 Mini specifications get wet

Galaxy S5 Mini specifications get wet

This week the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini is being tossed into the pool with details the likes of which only generally come from an already-released device. This would be the equivalent of the Galaxy S4 Mini or the Galaxy S III Mini, both devices coming not long after their larger brethren. This Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini is also said to be coming with waterproofing - generally only reserved for Samsung’s "Active" smartphone line - and the Galaxy S5, of course.

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Galaxy S5 “Prime” spotted on Samsung website

Galaxy S5 “Prime” spotted on Samsung website

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.

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Galaxy Note 4 specifications begin to flow

Galaxy Note 4 specifications begin to flow

The Galaxy Note 4’s release is right around the corner. Checking release and reveal dates for the Galaxy Note’s hand-held iteration over the past several years, you find one perfectly reasonable place for the device to be revealed: during IFA 2014, this September. Before then there’s plenty of room for leaks of specifications and details of all kinds.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime said preparing for LG G3 war

Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime said preparing for LG G3 war

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.

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Samsung’s Galaxy apps generally ignored says research

Samsung’s Galaxy apps generally ignored says research

Samsung bloatware or bonus features: however generously you want to refer to them, it turns out Galaxy smartphone owners aren't actually using them, according to new research. Total usage time for a sample of Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 users of Samsung's key homegrown apps amounted to less than seven minutes in March 2014, whereas they used three of Google's apps for 149 minutes in all.

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