Samsung's next flagship Galaxy device is apparently not expected to include a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) sensor which debuted on the Galaxy Note back in 2019 because the technology’s level of use reportedly failed to meet the company's internal expectation.
Apple better release the AirTag soon, its heavily rumored accessory for tracking personal belongings, because rival Samsung just announced that its latest Tile-like product, dubbed Galaxy SmartTag+, is arriving on Friday the next week, April 16.
We now know that Samsung will be officially announcing its next flagship smartphones, almost certainly the new Galaxy S21 lineup, later this month as the company just sent out invites.
Back to its old tricks in a bid to convince people to use its foldable smartphone, Samsung is once again taking potshots at Apple with the latest ad campaign. First its social media department had fun mocking Tim Cook & Co. over the removal of a power adapter from the iPhone boxes (you can bet they'll do precisely the same thing with the upcoming Galaxy S21), and now the South Korean conglomerate is messing with an important element of Steve Jobs’ legacy with its city light advertisements for the Galaxy Fold Z foldable smartphone with 5G.
Samsung typically debuts its next-generation Galaxy smartphones in February before putts them on sale in March. This time around, however, things could be a bit different because the next Galaxy refresh is rumored to come much earlier than usual in 2021.
We're taking a closer look at two of the best tablets available in the marketplace right now: Apple's iPad Pro and Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7, both featuring eleven-inch HDR screens based on LCD IPS technology with a 120Hz refresh rate.
Samsung's new Galaxy Z Flip folding smartphone takes advantage of the company's ultra-thin glass, but YouTuber Zack Nelson aka JerryRigEverything discovered that the Z Flip display scratched just as easily in his durability test as plastic OLED panels on other foldable devices, including Samsung's own ill-fated Galaxy Fold model.
Samsung during last night's Academy Awards ceremony aired an inaugural television commercial showing off its upcoming foldable phone, dubbed Z Flip. While people have speculated that the company may have solved the bending issue with foldable screens, the 30-second video ad notes in the fine print that display crease is normal.
Samsung unveiled its Note 10 smartphone on August 7, about two months before Apple announced its flagship iPhone 11 Max device. We thought iDownloadBlog readers who may be in the market for a new smartphone might be interested in learning about the key differences between the two phones so we've put together a nice little hands-on video walkthrough.
Samsung reportedly plans on countering Apple's improved camera system on the latest iPhone 11 series with a "giant photographic arsenal" strapped to the back of its 2020 flagship phones.
Samsung is reportedly going to price its next foldable smartphone that should feature a clamshell design a lot cheaper, at less than half the price of its $2,000 Galaxy Fold and also lower than Apple's iPhone 11 Pro, which starts at $999.
After undergoing a redesign to account for the screen reliability issues, Galaxy Fold will be available to purchase in September, putting Samsung's first foldable smartphone with a $1,980 price tag in direct competition with Apple's new iPhones that usually arrive in September.