Samsung Pay will expand online shopping for US consumers in 2016

Samsung will launch its payment system, Samsung Pay for US consumers in 2016 for online shopping, according to a statement issued by the South Korean Electronics giant. Select models of Samsung smartphones support Samsung Pay and next year, consumers in United States will be able to make... read more

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has revealed in a Monday report that Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S7 handset will come with a pressure-sensitive display as well as a high-speed charging port.

According to the WSJ report, Samsung is also probably planning to introduce a retina scanner for... read more

Samsung unveils new ‘ruggedized’ Galaxy S6 Active handset

Bigwig South Korean device manufacturer Samsung has unveiled a new ‘ruggedized’ version of its flagship Galaxy S6 handset.

The launch of the new Galaxy S6 version -- called ‘Galaxy S6 Active’ -- comes a few months after the release of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge handsets by Samsung.... read more

Cricket Wireless reduces cost of three Galaxy handsets in limited-period promotion

In a limited-period promotion marking Cyber Monday 2016, Cricket Wireless has slashed the cost of three Samsung Galaxy handsets -- Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, and Galaxy S6 -- by 50 percent, for new as well as existing customers.

Announcing the promotion, Cricket Wireless – which operates on... read more

Verizon rolls out software update to add ‘Samsung Pay’ to compatible handsets

Bigwig US wireless carrier Verizon has commenced the rollout of a software update which will enable the ‘Samsung Pay’ mobile payment system on some compatible newer models of Samsung Galaxy handsets.

The handsets which will boast the availability of the ‘Samsung Pay’ service as a result... read more

New images reveal BlackBerry PRIV is a ‘very thin’ handset

With BlackBerry gearing up for the launch of its first-ever Android-powered handset called ‘BlackBerry PRIV,’ some real-life pictures of the handset have recently been shared online by a Reddit user.

According the newly-leaked BlackBerry PRIV images, the handset is a ‘very thin’ handset... read more

Samsung opens up public beta for ‘Samsung Pay’ mobile payment service

In a recent announcement, Samsung has revealed that it has commenced the rollout of its first beta for its 'Samsung Pay' mobile payments service in the US. A wider rollout of the service by Samsung is scheduled for next month.

Revealing that it has opened an invite-only public beta for... read more

Users of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 complaining of a design flaw

South Korean device manufacturer Samsung’s latest flagship phablet – the Galaxy Note 5 smartphone – has hit an early snag; with the users of the handset complaining of a design flaw in the device.

The Galaxy Note 5 handset’s design flaw – which can potentially cause permanent damage to... read more

Samsung’s new promotion allows iPhone users to test Samsung handsets for $1

A new promotion - called the 'Ultimate test Drive' - was launched by South Korean device manufacturer Samsung last week. The promotion gives iPhone users the ability to test out one of Samsung's latest handsets for one month, by paying only $1.

According to the details shared by Samsung... read more

Nearly 75,000 Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus units sold in South Korea in three days

Bigwig device maker Samsung launched two new Galaxy smartphones - the Galaxy Note 5; and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus - in South Korea last Thursday; and, going by the reports, the handsets are apparently witnessing a good response from customers.

In barely three days of the launch of its... read more

Samsung launches Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Edge 6 Plus in South Korea

Close on the heels of the US unveiling of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Edge 6 Plus smartphones at a New York event last week, Samsung has now announced the launch of the two new big-screen handsets in the South Korea.

As compared to the previous versions of the Galaxy Note series and the... read more

‘Samsung Pay’ mobile wallet service launched in South Korea

According to reports, bigwig device manufacturer Samsung has announced the launch of its 'Samsung Pay' mobile wallet service in its home country --- South Korea. The 'Samsung Pay' service will soon be launched in the US as well.

The 'Samsung Pay' mobile wallet service will chiefly... read more


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