The renewed bashing continues as Samsung of South Korea on Thursday released three new anti-iPhone ads, part of its current “Ingenius” ad campaign, which poke fun of that infamous iPhone X notch while ridiculing the handset's lack of an SD card slot and split-screen multitasking.
Qualcomm on Monday is celebrating recently announced Ookla download speed tests that pit its Snapdragon 845 against the Intel XMM 7480. The former is found on high-end Android phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S9, while the latter is on the Apple iPhone X, among others devices.
Samsung's new “Ingenius” ad series renews Apple bashing, depicting a puzzled Apple Store Genius Bar employee unable to answer tricky questions regarding iPhone X and Galaxy S9.
Samsung's next Note smartphone could be just two months away.
Lab analysis conducted by DisplayMate rated iPhone X’s Super Retina display the most innovative and top performing smartphone panel they've ever tested, but now Samsung's newly unveiled Galaxy S9 has beaten Apple's device in terms of screen quality.
Samsung couldn't resist mocking the controversial notch and Face ID on Apple's iPhone X during yesterday's Galaxy S9 unveil. However, the firm is now on the defensive insisting its new AR Emoji feature is not an Animoji ripoff because it's been in development for years.
Ahead of Mobile World Congress, Samsung yesterday announced its new 5.5-inch Galaxy S9 and the 6.2-inch Galaxy S9 Plus smartphones features an 18.5:9 aspect ratio Infinity Display.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus handsets are expected to feature 3D emoji, reports Korean publication ETNews. The site claims Samsung's 3D emoji will be "more advanced" than Apple's Animoji, but will work in a similar fashion, with an animated character mimicking users' facial movements.
Purported press photographs of the next-generation Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus smartphones have leaked ahead of Samsung's official unveiling at Mobile World Congress on February 25, a day ahead of MWC’s start.
Samsung, the most popular Android smartphone maker, on Wednesday confirmed that it will be launching its next-generation Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus smartphones at Mobile World Congress, which takes place in Barcelona, Spain from February 26 through March 1, 2018.
Samsung's flagship Galaxy and Note smartphones sport pretty basic 2D facial recognition implementation which isn't secure enough to work with mobile payments because it can be easily tricked by a headshot or a selfie. The next Galaxy, the story goes, won't have a Face ID alternative of its own though the feature could be ready in time for the next Note.