Android tablets aren’t common anymore, but some OEMs are still showing interest in the declining category being replaced by bigger phones. Last week, early renders leaked of an apparent Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 successor. This week, another render has leaked confirming last week’s report. Thanks to a fresh image that reveals more detail, we have a better idea of what to expect from Samsung’s 2018-edition Galaxy Tab S tablet.
After some time away from tablets, renders of what appears to be a Galaxy Tab S4 have emerged. Samsung might still have interest in tablets after all, and early renders give us an idea of what we could expect from 2018-edition Galaxy tablets.
Were you at Samsung’s unveiling of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in NYC? If you were, you used Samsung’s new Gear 360 camera to help capture the world around you in every angle. The new 360-degree gadget built on a holding stick is available now both in-store and online.
The unconfirmed Samsung wearable we’ve been hearing about over the last few weeks has been mentioned in yet another report. According to latest word from SamMobile, Samsung’s very next smartwatch will be called the Galaxy Watch and there will be no Gear S4 this year. The tech blog is confident in this and goes even further to clarify what more to expect from the upcoming timepiece.
We first heard about the possibility of a Wear OS smartwatch made by Samsung a few months ago. Shortly after we passed along the report, the rumor was shut down by tipsters. However, the once rumor has come back into full circle after a trusted leaker reported that the watch is real and could launch later this year after all.
A trusted source believes Samsung could be on to something nobody would have expected. Evan Blass reported on Twitter that some Samsung employees were caught wearing Wear OS powered Gear smartwatches. This is the first time we’ve heard of the possibility of a Samsung Gear smartwatch with Google’s Wear OS platform, though we’re not convinced just yet that it’ll happen.
The Galaxy S Active series has always been the more ruggedized of Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphone lineup, but with Samsung turning a new leaf with regard to design in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, as well as the IP68 water and dust resistance of the new duo, some have wondered if a Galaxy S8 Active would even see a release in 2017.