One year ago around this time of year, Samsung had no clue what they’d be in for. The Galaxy Note 7 massacre was arguably the worst series of events to ever take place in the smartphone industry, at least in all my years of doing this. 2016 was not only one of the worst years of the South Korean giant’s history, but in all of the Android ecosystem so we like to call it here on Droid Turf. This year, [Read More]
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8 should have a new number, “8,” which should stand for “new beginning,” and in one sense, it’s real: after all, the Galaxy Note 8 will be the first Galaxy Note successor of the infamous Galaxy Note 7 that was recalled twice last fall. In another sense, the Galaxy Note 8 may not prove to be a new beginning for Samsung, as some seem to think that the device will end up too similar in specifications [Read More]
Samsung is a large seller of smartphones within Android, so it’s no surprise to discover that the Korean giant’s Galaxy S8 pre-orders are off to a good start. What may shock you, however, is that Samsung has outdone itself again with pre-orders for its latest-generation smartphones.
Last week, Samsung officially announced the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Along with the excitement of a new flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphone, the South Koreans also unveiled a number of new accessories designed to work alongside the new Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Depending on the customer, these accessories can help get the most from the new Samsung smartphone and introduce new capabilities to the market.
This week, Samsung took center stage to unveil its latest and much-anticipated Galaxy S smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Here’s what’s coming!
Today marked a big day on the calendar for the South Korean smartphone giant, Samsung. The company held Unpacked 2017, as it normally does around this time of year, but at a private event in NYC with a simultaneous satellite event happening in the city of London. In seek of redemption for the Galaxy Note 7 debacle from back last fall, Samsung introduced two Galaxy S7 successors, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, each which feature radical changes in design. Here’s our full [Read More]
The “next big thing” is here. Samsung has announced the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, two new phones that are designed to keep the Korean tech giant at the front of the pack with regard to hardware and software in 2017. The announcement was made live in NYC today as well as the city of London. The pair will succeed last year’s Galaxy S7 models and are full of high-end hardware, futuristic features, and come in next-gen design language.
Samsung is busy preparing the next Galaxy S flagship and for early 2017, this will be the Samsung Galaxy S8. The company is set to announce the device on Wednesday, March 29 at a privately-held Unpacked event in New York City. This will be the official follow up to the 2016 Samsung Galaxy S7 and disastrous Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Here’s what to expect.