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The Galaxy Tab S2 measures just 5.6mm thick. Photo: Samsung

The Galaxy Tab S2 measures just 5.6mm thick. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s long-awaited Galaxy Tab S2 is here to take on the iPad Air, and it hopes to turn your head with an ultra-slim form factor that measures just 5.6mm thick — half a millimeter thinner than Apple’s latest device. It also adopts the iPad’s aspect ratio, alongside updated internals.

The Galaxy Note 5 will bring big changes. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

The Galaxy Note 5 will bring big changes. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 5 will feature 4GB of the latest LPDDR4 RAM, according to sources familiar with the South Korean company’s plans.

Long-time Note users will get a 1GB upgrade over the Galaxy Note 4 and a 2GB upgrade over the Galaxy Note 3, while memory speed will increase significantly, too.

Future Galaxies will pack a lot more pixels. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Future Galaxies will pack a lot more pixels. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung’s latest Galaxy devices are already leading the rest of the market when it comes to display resolution. But the South Korean company is said to be working on new smartphone panels that go far beyond today’s Quad HD technology.

According to a new report, the “11K” display will boast an astonishing 2,250 pixels-per-inch.

The Galaxy A8 is big -- but surprisingly thin. Photo: NowhereElse

The Galaxy A8 is big — but surprisingly thin. Photo: NowhereElse

Samsung’s next phablet has leaked out ahead of its official debut, and it’s the South Korean company’s slimmest smartphone to date. At just 5.9mm, the Galaxy A8 is almost a millimeter thinner that the new Galaxy S6, and a full 2.6mm thinner than the Galaxy Note 4.

Display modes on Samsung Galaxy Note 4

These aren’t the only display modes available on some Samsung Galaxy devices. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung is famous for its over-saturated Super AMOLED displays, but for those who prefer a more natural look, there’s a hidden display mode that’s super easy to activate. It’s available on more recent Galaxy devices like the Galaxy S6, S6 edge, and Note 4, and you don’t need root access to enable it.

Here’s how to find it.

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