Samsung Galaxy S6 Reviewed: Pitch Perfect!

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Samsung has lured in a large percentage of consumers by offering feature rich smartphone at an affordable price tag. Samsung has established itself as one of the most reputed mobile companies in the market. Despite high-end features, GALAXY S6 is now available in retail stores and various service providers. The new Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with a high-end camera of 16 megapixels, which is being capable of taking high-quality pictures The Samsung Galaxy S6 has dominated the smartphone segment since the launch of the device is quite aggressively priced considering the features and performance on offer.  The device hosts 5.1 inch super AMOLED QHD screen, which will have the capability to play HD videos with ease. If you are an avid game lover then this device will be a perfect option for you. You can also play high definition content seamlessly on your phone. With 4k resolution, it will surely [+more]

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Galaxy Note 5 Release Date Predicted: Expected To Deliver Monstrous Performance, Powerful Chipset

Samsung is rumored to launch its flagship Galaxy Note 5 in the coming months. According to insiders, we might even be luckier to get hands on this much awaited device as early as August. While some believe that Note 5 will see a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset. The latter was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) some time back. If this is to be, the 64-bit processor Kryo could indeed zoom up Note 5’s rank as a performer. Then again, we also hear that Note 5 will beef up thanks to an Exynos chipset with 4 GB LPDDR4 DRAM support. Experts are of the opinion that the Note 5 could mean big business and currently the buzz around what chip could power it, seems to be ringing strong. Besides the chipset debate and a probable curved display with aluminium body,  Samsung Galaxy Note 5 promises far more exciting specs- 5.9-incher display 8 GB [+more]

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iPhone 7: How It Needs To Up The Ante In Comparison To Samsung Galaxy S6, Note 5

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Apple has always given us lots to get hooked on to but with the onslaught of Samsung’s latest release, the iPhone 7 indeed needs to be top notch—no lesser. After all, if buyers are being to wait this long and pay up a fortune then they will be expected to get features at least at par with what we saw in Samsung Galaxy S6 and will see in the Galaxy Note 5. Samsung has already stunned us with the 16 megapixel shutter and optical stabilization. The Galaxy Note 5 will offer a better deal with 20 MP here, we are sure. This leaves Apple in a tighter position than it imagined. If not the megapixel, the rumoured dual lens sensor in the iPhone 7 could indeed put Apple at the top again. To begin with Apple needs to offer a superb screen resolution. Thanks to Galaxy S6’sQuad HD screen that [+more]

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Android 5.0 Lollipop Update Available in Netherlands; US Left Looking

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Samsung has launched a new version of the Android 5.0 Lollipop to overcome issues faced by users so far. The update has been provided for users in the Netherlands currently. However, there is no news of the release in U.S. for the time being. However, sources do suggest that it is on the cards. Korean manufacturer has officially released an Android 5.0 Lollipop update that gets rid of the ‘Interruptions’ system. However, with the new update users will not be able to reach a mute mode using the volume slider. One still needs to access the ‘Sound’ shortcut to mute the device. This complaint came from a lot of users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users in Europe. If reports such as this one are to be believed, Samsung is working on the issue and would be fixing it with more updated in the future. Keep watching this space [+more]

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Apple Watch vs Samsung Smartwatch: It’s a War of the Titans

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Samsung and Apple, which have been arch-rivals in the smartphone markets have maintained the same relation, when it comes to smartwatch. While Apple Watch is praised for its look, its high price is allowing many prospective buyers to switch over to the Samsung smartwatch, which is available at a much cheaper rate. Where the Samsung Gear S costs only $300 and has its own cellular connectivity, the cheapest model of Apple starts from $349 and the luxury model is exorbitantly priced from $10,000 to $17,000. It also does not have any independent connection and to make or receive calls, it is necessary to have an iPhone. Also Read: Is Samsung Galaxy S5 the Smartest Smartphone to Purchase? Is Samsung Galaxy S5 the Best Smartphone To Purchase – See more at: http://www.techthirsty.com/latest-technology-news/top-news/samsung-galaxy-s5-best-smartphone-purchase/#sthash.47XpnA4F.dpuf While Samsung smartwatch is leading the market in terms of connectivity and price, Apple smartwatch deserves a mention for [+more]

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Is Samsung in Some Sort of Trouble?

Is Samsung in some sort of trouble?

Samsung’s operating profits are falling by 60% and the brand is facing severe competition from low end manufacturers like Xiaomi and Huawei. Innovation is the key to success and Samsung needs to work on this aspect to rise to the pinnacle. Samsung seems to be heading to some serious trouble. Last week Samsung announced that its operating profits had fallen by 60% as compared to previous year. The revenue too has fallen by 20% in this period.  Despite all this commotion, the profits are still in billions and share prices too have risen marginally. However, as the market is getting saturated, Samsung is being attacked by critics on all fronts. An official press release by Samsung confirms this notion as it admits to the fact that it’s operating margins had declined due to increase in marketing expenditure. Samsung is losing its market share despite selling phones for comparative fewer prices. [+more]

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Samsung Still Claims To Be At Top, Rubbishes CounterPoint Study

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Countering a recent research by independent consulting firm CounterPoint Research, Samsung’s president and chief executive for South-West Asia, BD Park has told The Economic Times that the company still dominates the Indian market with a market share of nearly 50%. He also said that the company has double the market share in the smartphone category from its next competitor Micromax. CounterPoint Research recently claimed that India-based smartphone manufacturer Micromax has become the largest mobile phone supplier in India in the second quarter of 2014. Micromax has overtaken Samsung for the first time in the mobile race. The report also revealed that the handset shipments share of Micromax stood at 16.6% in the quarter, compared with the Samsung’s share of 14.4%. Nokia managed to gain the third position with the shipments share of 10.9%, followed by domestic brands such as Karbonn and Lava with a 9.5% and 5.6% share respectively, the [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S6: All You Want To Know

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Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung is scheduled to launch the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Samsung Galaxy Alpha. However, some latest reports suggest that the company is working on the Samsung Galaxy S6. The company has yet not revealed anything about the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6, but it will possibly hit the market around MWC which is scheduled to take place between March 2 and March 5 2015. Samsung has not official said anything about its pricing, but being a flagship phone its price will be similar or above the Samsung Galaxy S5, which has a price tag of nearly USD972 SIM free. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to be equipped with a bigger screen possibly 5.2 or 5.3 inches with a Super AMOLED display and a higher resolution. The company earlier said that it is hoping to launch these smartphones with 4K 3840 x 2160 displays [+more]

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Samsung New Launches: 3 Budget Smartphones in India

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Samsung has launched three new smartphones in the Indian market, all of them below Rs. 10,000. If u wish to buy a smart phone and you feel u cannot afford, here’s good news for you. Samsung has launched three smartphones i.e. Galaxy Star 2, Galaxy Star Advance and Galaxy Ace NXT for those who want something that fits their budget. At the same time, these smartphones provide additional usage benefits for internet savvy users. An interesting feature of these phones is that they come with dual SIM card. They will also function on Google’s Android 4.4 Kit-Kat and come in the price range of Rs. 5,100 to Rs. 7,400. At the same time, these phones will support 12 regional languages. To attract more users to buy, Samsung has tied up with Vodafone to offer a plan where the users would get 200MB of data per month for the first 6 [+more]

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How to Make Smartphones Lighter: Samsung Graphene Breakthrough Could Pave Way For Lighter, Flexible Devices

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Korean giant Samsung has finally announced that it has met success to an extent in making graphene. This spells chances that smartphones and gadgets in the future could be more flexible. How to Make Smartphones Lighter? With this latest breakthrough, carbon atoms stand densely clubbed in a latticed hexagon on lines of honeycomb. Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology has collaborated with Sungkyunkwan University and is now numero uno to have utilized method for synthesis for graphene production. This could mean a deal breaker for use on semi conductors. Samsung’s breakthrough will now make the entire process easier. Graphene, in this stage could bring about better heat conductance ratio and flexibility for use on semi conductors, chipsets and the likes.  Also Read:  Google Is Central to Latest Apple-Samsung $2 bn Case, But How? New Samsung Gear 2 OS Is Tizen, Moves Away From Android

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