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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Edge: not just another second fiddle

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Edge: not just another second fiddle

Over the next few months Samsung will be putting the finishing touches on it Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Along with it, the second-generation Samsung Galaxy Note Edge - here on in known as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Edge, because calling it the Edge Note 2 would be absurd. This device will take on attributes from its predecessors and continue the traditions of its Galaxy brethren, aiming to create a larger edition of the Galaxy S6 Note, bringing with it the S Pen that's made the Galaxy Note series unique over the past several years.

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No surprise: Qualcomm calls SD810 heat rumors “rubbish”

No surprise: Qualcomm calls SD810 heat rumors “rubbish”

After months of somewhat keeping silent, while letting its partners do the talking, Qualcomm is finally speaking out on the issues that have plagued what would have been its star chip for 2015, the Snapdragon 810. Naturally, it's calling the rumors of the chip overheating as hogwash and based on incomplete data. Of course, it's pointing the finger at "someone" who has been spreading this rumor to its advantage, without specifically mentioning the one company that stands to profit from the Snapdragon 810's failure: Samsung.

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Not all Galaxy S6 cameras are the same, but Samsung isn’t worried

Not all Galaxy S6 cameras are the same, but Samsung isn’t worried

There’s one thing about the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Samsung would like you to know: both have amazing cameras. If you get hold of a spec sheet for either phone, you’re likely to see a ‘Sony IMX240’ listed as the hardware driving your photographic experience. As the handsets find their way to users, some noticed that particular Sony hardware wasn’t there. In its stead was a Samsung ISOCELL camera sensor, calling into question whether or not we’d see reliable image quality in Samsung’s new flagships. ‘Fear not’, says Samsung.

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Samsung PRO Plus, EVO Plus memory cards ready for UHD content

Samsung PRO Plus, EVO Plus memory cards ready for UHD content

Our mobile devices are getting more and more capable, both in creating content as well as playing them, so it is only fitting that data storage should catch up to them as well. Samsung already unveiled its UHS 2.0 NAND storage used for internal memory, particularly in the Galaxy S6, and now it's turning its attention to external storage as well. Samsung is adding two new members to its SD and microSD card family, the PRO Plus and the EVO Plus, with the promise of smooth handling of UHD and FHD content.

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Galaxy S6 Avengers Editions already exist

Galaxy S6 Avengers Editions already exist

So you're pumped up about the possibility of a Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge with an Iron Man theme. So you wish you had a red Galaxy S6 with a gold border around it, yes? Imagine your surprise, then, when it's revealed that several of these phones already exist with the theme you do so desire? As it turns out, Samsung is already - really and truly - working with Marvel on an Avengers campaign, and those of you that already have Galaxy devices already have access.

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Galaxy S6, Edge to get RAW camera enhancements soon

Galaxy S6, Edge to get RAW camera enhancements soon

With the release of Android 5.1.1 for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge comes an updated camera app. We've been informed by a (relatively) reliable source that with this update will come RAW photo support. This support was (and is) available in Google's own camera2 API, released with Android L (eventually called Android 5.0 Lollipop), but wasn't released with the first software on the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge. Come next update, it'll likely be here in spades, all RAW goodness for you, the user.

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SmartThings iOS app adds Apple Watch capabilities

SmartThings iOS app adds Apple Watch capabilities

The few of you out there with Apple Watches and SmartThings devices can rejoice - all will work together peacefully by this afternoon. The team behind SmartThings have released the SmartThings iOS app version 1.7.3 with Apple Watch integration. This update to the app also brings performance improvements as well as bug fixes. This is not the first smartwatch to work with SmartThings, mind you - it's the second. The first was the Samsung Gear S - which makes sense, since SmartThings is a Samsung company, after all.

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Let’s be generous and call this Samsung ad an Apple “homage”

Let’s be generous and call this Samsung ad an Apple “homage”

Apparently desperate to grasp ridicule from the jaws of success, Samsung has opened up a world of new copycat accusations with a video espousing the design of its Galaxy S6 edge. Ostensibly intended to highlight exactly what goes into producing what are undoubtedly the best-feeling Samsung smartphone to-date, the fancy 3D thermoformed glass, nano-thin multi-coating processes, and clever antenna integration are all overshadowed by a voice that sounds a whole lot like the British tones of a familiar Apple design chief.

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Avengers 360-degree trailer hits all Androids, Gear VR, iPhone

Avengers 360-degree trailer hits all Androids, Gear VR, iPhone

To bring prospective filmgoers to movies over the past several decades, film companies have relied on flat film trailers. That time is over. Enter now the realm of virtual reality, complete with Iron Man and the rest of the Avengers crew. Today the folks at Marvel have released a virtual reality trailer for the Avengers: Age of Ultron film that also debuts this weekend. This trailer works on all Android devices, iPhones, and the Samsung Gear VR - as well as Oculus Rift, of course.

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