Like Sony, LG seems to think releasing more smartphones is the way to profit. The South Korean company looks to preparing yet another high-end “flagship” device to launch before year’s end. LG has been struggling to earn a profit from its mobile sector, and will need to do something substantially different, and I mean substantially, if it is to get fans excited, turn things around and keep producing phones.
Sony seems to believe that more phones means better performance. Coming out with a new phone that makes the older outdated every four or so months is not a good strategy IMO since value depreciates quickly after launch, but some companies have made a six-month cycle work. Earlier this week amidst continued financial struggles, an unconfirmed flagship smartphone was listed by a UK retailer. The supposed device is the Xperia XZ3, though you should probably take this with a grain of [Read More]
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.
It’s not often that we hear about Google’s Play Games service, and that’s why the search giant is looking to give the app on Android a revamp. Google wants to make the app more useful for Android device owners and might soon implement a news feed to try to do so. If this update rolls out, it should be pretty big, but right now it appears to be in the testing phase.
The Galaxy Note 9 is less than one month away from being announced by Samsung, and yet, Galaxy 10 rumors continue to roll in early in preparation of next year. Prior reports have suggested three instead of two models of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S flagship. But according to a trusted source, not all three will come with Samsung’s highlighting new feature.
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.
Some interesting news struck the streaming industry this week. Netflix might be considering a fourth plan option. The changes were spotted by a blog who appears to have leaked information detailing Netflix’s future plans.