Samsung Pay and Apple Pay will be expanding their markets to other countries like China, U.K., Spain, Singapore and Hong Kong. Meanwhile, LG is preparing to launch its own mobile payment system to compete with the other two tech giants.
The battle for tech company supremacy continues with Samsung trying to get ahead of the competition against its toughest competitor, Apple, by releasing its Galaxy S7 just after 2015 wraps up this December.
Huawei knows that in order for it to make it big in the smartphone market, it needs to have continuity when it comes to its releases. Thus, after introducing to the world the Google Nexus 6P, it is now preoccupied with perfecting its upcoming phablet, the Huawei Mate 8.
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL may be facing a tough competition this coming 2016. A recent report suggests that Samsung, after launching Galaxy Note 5, is planning to release Galaxy Note 6 with better specs and features.
Despite it struggles with other competitors, Samsung Electronics Co. is optimistic that its third-quarter profit will rebound after almost two years of sales decline. Now, earnings have increased 80 percent while shares surged the most in more than six years. The recent upsurge was due to a revamped smartphone lineup and a renewed focus on components gains traction.
Samsung Pay received decent reviews from tech critics following its launch. The system reportedly works at more than 85 percent of American cash registers and according to some feedback, it has made the mobile payment easier.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 comes in two variants — 8-inch and 9-inch really thin and lightweight tablets. Considering the specs and features of these Android devices, are they really worth the money would-be users are to spend in having them?
Samsung and Apple are going head-to-head as their flagship phablets take the smartphone market by storm this fall. For fans, they'll most likely stick to where their loyalty lies, but for the curious consumers out there, here's a comparison review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Vs Apple's iPhone 6S Plus to help you finalize that decision on which phone would best meet your needs and wants.
LG is not giving up on the battle of smartphone releases. The South Korean electronics tycoon is said to be preparing a special phablet with “auxiliary ticker display,” and it is set to be called the LG V10.
Is Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 worth buying? This is the question this review will try to answer for consumers who are thinking of purchasing the South Korea tech giant's latest tablet release in the market.
The hype over Apple’s iPad Pro is at an all-time high now that it’s just days away until the Cupertino-based tech giant unveils it to loyal fans and general consumers. Since Apple is set to open a new market of oversized tablets, Samsung and Toshiba are also gearing for the release of their unconventionally large tablets. Add to the list the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 that is also competing against the iPad Pro despite being an iteration of an already established tablet-laptop hybrid.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook, a product from the partnership of Samsung and Barnes & Noble, has been released with new interesting features. It’s pretty much the same with the 8-inch Tab S2, but the Nook version offers exclusive features from the Nook store.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 hits the shelves of two of the largest carriers in the U.S — T-Mobile and Sprint — on Thursday. Prices released by Samsung may differ from the retail prices of the providers, depending on their mobile plans. Check out the reviewed specs and features here.
Samsung exec teased the Gear S2 on Instagram saying he is giving it a test drive. What we know so far is its physical appearance and its software. Most of the specs and features are speculations, but fans’ long wait will be over as the company is expected to unveil more details in the upcoming 2015 IFA.
LG G4 Pro’s rumored specs were compared with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5, which was recently unveiled. If LG specs are proven to be true, it will reportedly give an advantage over Samsung’s latest flagship phablet.
Galaxy Note 5, in general, received good reviews from tech enthusiast. The specs were complimented except for the physical QWERTY keyboard, which can be purchased separately. The added accessory was reportedly not working.