Samsung has responded to earlier claims that its S6 and S6 Edge smartphones could be bent in the same way as an iPhone 6 Plus by releasing its own video of the phones being put under pressure. The force used is significantly less though.
Samsung is alleged to have paid 500 people to pose as fake fans at the Chinese launch of its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Android flagship smartphones on Friday. This means that over half the attending crowd of 1,000 were paid to be there.
A test conducted by a U.S. insurance company has revealed that Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge is just as bendable as the iPhone 6 Plus was famously revealed to be after its launch last year. The HTC One M9 can also be bent under pressure.
With the launch date of the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 only three weeks away, consumers across the globe are paying close attention to every detail of the Android flagship of the year. Here are five things you should know about the Galaxy S6.
A video titled "Hearing Hand - Touching Ad By Samsung," shows a hearing-impaired man from Istanbul, Turkey breaking down in tears after he discovered that many people in his city had learned sign language to communicate with him.
A new promotional image leaked online has suggested that there could be as many as five distinct versions of Samsung's next-generation flagship handset, the Galaxy S6, including one equipped with the wrap-around Edge display from the Galaxy Note Edge.
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet-enabled devices and systems.
Apple's MacBook Air might have some tough competition come January.
Samsung will be launching a new super-slim laptop at the Consumer Electronics Showcase early next month that will supposedly be able to last 12 hours on a single charge.
Memories still linger of the Tetris-style block phone I was given on my first day of secondary. A decade later, we all have phones that can do everything imaginable, such as scan fingerprints and monitor heart rate.
Image of touch embedded sensor of a Galaxy S5 concept. (Received full permission from Jashan Preet for image use)
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The Samsung HT-E3500 sound system
A passenger using his mobile phone walks past an advertisement promoting Samsung Electronics at its exhibition hall at a railway station in Seoul
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Samsung Galaxy S3 and S3 mini
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2, with stylus
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Samsung Unpacked 2015 invitation
Samsung Introduced world’s first curved OLED TV at CES 2013
Even with free 3D glasses and camera, LG still promoted other features over 3D. It was almost breathless about the wireless networking ability stuffed into its three main models, such as the LG55LD520.