Samsung unveiled its revamped Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, back in June, 2013, and three months later the device was available to purchase in the U.S. from several retailers for $399. However, if you haven’t had the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up before now, it might interest you to know that Walmart is currently offering the device with a $329.99 price tag.
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Apple wants Samsung to pay a $40 license fee for every smartphone and tablet it sells after the South Korean company infringed five patents with a number of Galaxy-branded devices.
That’s right… just five patents, $40 for every device. It’s a pretty surprising demand — especially after Apple recently stated that monetary damages were “not an adequate remedy” for Samsung’s patent infringing ways.
Ever since leaked photos confirmed the “All New HTC One” will have two rear-facing cameras, we’ve been wondering how exactly they’ll be put to use, and what kind of benefits they might bring to our photos.
According to a magazine promotion from Australian carrier Telstra, the “Duo Camera” will help you capture professional photos with more depth, alter focus after the image has been shot, and add 3D effects.
It’s going to be a good morning for readers in the U.K. who have a Galaxy S4 or Galaxy Note 3, because Samsung has finally starting rolling out its much-anticipated Android 4.4.2 KitKat upgrade. This is the same update that arrived in Germany and other parts of Europe weeks ago, and it brings a number of tasty TouchWiz improvements.
Getting free apps and services with a new smartphone isn’t rare; handset makers often use freebies to encourage consumers to adopt their latest product. But Samsung’s $600 “Galaxy Gifts Package” that comes bundled with its new Galaxy S5 is worth talking about.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 on T-Mobile is now getting the Android 4.4 update, much to the joy of the users. The update is available as an OTA and will require devices to be running Android 4.3 (software version M919UVUEMK2) to be eligible. The update can also be flashed through Samsung Kies software on your computer, but the OTA is preferred for its convenience.
HTC has developed its own alternative to accessories like the Samsung S View cover and LG QuickWindow folio for the upcoming “All New HTC One.” The Taiwanese company’s new case sports dozens of tiny holes in its front cover that offer a peek at the time, the weather, and other handy information.
And the HTC leaks certainly don’t stop there today. A reliable source also promises that the new HTC One will also be available as a Google Play Edition device.
Samsung recently uploaded introduction videos of the Galaxy S5 as well as the Gear 2 and the Gear Fit smartwatches. And now, the Korean manufacturer has posted official hands-on videos of the three devices on its official YouTube channel, further explaining their functioning.
The advantage of Samsung’s kitchen sink approach is that every once a while it manages to come out with a terrific product or service. Samsung’s Milk Music radio service is the perfect example of this and provides users access to over 13 million songs and 200 stations for free without any kind of advertisements, at least for the time being.
Sadly, the Milk Music app is only available to Samsung’s Galaxy devices owners in the United States.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5, its first high-end Android-powered flagship smartphone of 2014, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month, However, the South Korean company omitted to inform us that an exclusive LTE-Advanced AT&T variant would also be landing in the States, along with the 4G model. A recent FCC filing shows that the upcoming S5 variant will support AT&T’s LTE and HSPA data services — bands 2, 4, 15 and 17 — thus confirming the existence of LTE Advanced capabilities on the handset.