Samsung Galaxy Watch has received US FCC (Federal Communications Commission) certification, and could launch soon
Xiaomi and Samsung now hold for 60 percent of total shipments in the country, according to the Singapore-based research firm Canalysis.
Samsung introduced its latest DRAM chip, the 8Gb LPDDR5 RAM which is meant for use in future smartphones.
Data from the World Bank and the Reserve Bank of India show manufacturing hasn’t received a significant boost since Modi took office in 2014.
Samsung Galaxy X is expected to make its debut early next year. according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
Samsung Galaxy J2 Core has been confirmed to be the company’s Android Go smartphone, from its latest listing.
The Family Hub 3.0 will act as a centralised hub for your smart home. Samsung says the fridge works with any SmartThings product and lets you control the appliance using voice commands.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 can be seen through a press image leak. While the fingerprint sensor shifts below the dual-rear camera setup, this image also gives a glimpse of the improved S-Pen.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch on August 9: So, what are the three big changes that we can expect on the next-generation Note phone? Let us take a look.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will be the first smartphone from the company to feature an in-display fingerprint scanner, claims a new report.
Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh has been accidentally photographed using the Galaxy Note 9 at a media event held in China.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 might run the Exynos 9820 processor, which has been listed on Geekbench
Huawei is now openly challenging rival Samsung with a proposed 5G wireless systm it plans to build in South Korea. The winner of the race could reap benefits in billions of won.
Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 8 are eligible for more than Rs 16,000 discounts and here’s a look at the details
Samsung’s Android Go smartphone has been spotted at the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which means the device could debut sooner than expected.