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.
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.
Last week, Samsung quietly announced a small partnership with the company behind theScore app. This app is available on Android and is among the most popular for finding sports news and live sports scores. Samsung will be flowing information such as sports scores from all your favorite teams right into its digital assistant Bixby for direct integration.
August 9 was one of the dates floating around as possible for the Galaxy Note 9 launch event. Thanks to an invite from Samsung, we can now confirm this date as the unveiling of Samsung’s next iteration Galaxy Note. Let the countdown begin.
Last week, Samsung announced that its Sunrise Gold variant of this year’s flagship Galaxy S9 phones would come to the US. The colorway has already been available in select markets, but hits stores in the US as of today!
Sales of the Galaxy S9 duo aren’t looking so hot, but Samsung has some ideas in mind. There are new 128GB and 256GB storage variants available already, and from June 24, Samsung will offer a new color variant of each the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in the US. On this day, Sunrise Gold will join Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Coral Blue, and Titanium Gray.
A Bixby-powered smart speaker has been on the cards for a very long time. We’ve heard about the possibility a number of times, but now we’re getting what could be our first look at its design. Leaked images depict a round device with a camera, built-in display and rotating microphones. The pictures look to be from a patent, so this might not be the final design but rather an idea.
Only two weeks ago, we informed you of new AR Emoji for Samsung’s latest flagship devices. Recently, the South Korean giant has introduced an additional eighteen AR Emoji available for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. This doubles the current total to 36 AR Emoji that users can now play around with and share with their friends.