Samsung Galaxy Note 10 & 10+ With Faster Graphics

What can we look forward to when the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 hits the market? We’ll know when it is launched in New York. The 7th of August launch date is imminent, and the rumours and industry speculation grows as the launch of Samsung’s new smartphone nears. Expect at least two models, based on standard and extra-large Note 10+ devices of 6.3 inches and 6.7 inches respectively, although whether both sizes make it to all world markets is yet to be seen.

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Samsung Galaxy A40 and A20e Offer Great Value For money

The Galaxy A40 and A20e are Samsung’s latest releases for consumers wanting affordable smartphones. They share the same value for money, and certainly resemble each other at first glance, while they also share the waterdrop notch feature. For all that, there are differences between the two!

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Samsung Galaxy Buds For Audiophiles

The market for ear buds is a hot one, with plenty of choices for the discerning audiophile. Samsung’s next generation Galaxy Buds are the newest buds to hit the market, but will they be a huge hit with the consumer? Samsung thinks so. They confidently believe the Galaxy Buds will meet the stringent demands of those who demand their sound to be pitch perfect, and for those who like the connection process to be a piece of cake.

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Samsung Family Hub 4.0 – An Intelligent Home Assistant

It’s a fridge that doesn’t know it’s a fridge! The new Samsung Family Hub 4.0 refrigerator thinks it is a high-tech online communicator, shopping assistant, meal inspiration provider, inventory mastermind and so much more. In fact, it is all those things. Samsung has long stated that it wanted to create a fridge that is more “intelligent home assistant” than a simple home appliance. Voila, the Family Hub 4.0 is the result.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Sports 3 Models

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is already making headlines and it hasn’t even been released yet! The excitement generated by the impending release of this new smartphone is reflected in an avalanche of rumours, leaks and speculation. So much in fact, that we can already get a pretty good idea of what to expect from the all new S10.

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Samsung Galaxy F Foldable Phone

A foldable phone? Why not! In this day and age of bold, headline-making features, a foldable phone seems a logical step for manufacturers to take as they seek some marketing spotlight. Samsung is one of the first on board the foldable phone boat, with the proposed Galaxy F offering the promise of being able to fold down from tablet size to smartphone size. Of course, a tablet-sized display will require more battery capacity than your average smartphone. Hence, it’s suggested that the Galaxy F will contain two 3,100 mAh cell batteries.

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Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo, J6 & J4 Target Mid-range Market

Samsung’s flagship phones are top-notch in terms of features and quality, but very expensive to many shoppers. The new J-series phones target price-sensitive consumers. The additions to the J-series line-up consists of Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo, J6, and J4. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo, J6 & J4 Target Mid-range Market”

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Powered By Bixby 2.0

Samsung’s next-generation Note phone will feature advanced artificial intelligence (AI) thanks to enhancements to its digital assistant Bixby. The coming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will, therefore, be much more useful than existing Samsung phones according to the company’s research chief. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Powered By Bixby 2.0”

Samsung Galaxy A6 Targets Mid-Market

Samsung’s flagship S9 model currently costs about $1,045. This high price tag excludes a lot of potential customers. The company, therefore, launched the A8 phone in its Galaxy A-series in order to offer a slightly less expensive model. The problem is that it’s still a fairly expensive phone and priced similarly to S8. Samsung had to rethink the price point once again and finally decided to launch the 5.6-inch Samsung Galaxy A6 and the larger 6-inch A6 Plus. These two A6 phones are cheaper than Galaxy A8 and target price-sensitive consumers. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy A6 Targets Mid-Market”

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus & S9 Launch On Sunday

The latest top model from Samsung will launch on Sunday the 25th of February, which means Monday morning NZ time. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and S9 are one of the main product launches in 2018. There have been multiple leaks online including leaks from the well-known Roland Quandt, and we’ll summarise the most important ones in this post.

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Samsung Fridges and Freezers Receive Bixby Assistant

The second generation of Samsung’s AI assistant Bixby will be integrated into various smart home products that the company sell. Samsung fridges, freezers and also TVs will soon get a lot smarter and talkative due to Bixby 2.0 support.

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Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro Employs Water Proof Design

The latest activity tracker band from Samsung offers consumers good value as a cross between a smartwatch and a sports band. However, the price of the new Samsung Gear Fit 2 Prois expected to be higher than the predecessor Gear Fit 2. Continue reading “Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro Employs Water Proof Design”

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Cost More Than $1,700

Online leaks reveal details about Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The notorious leakster Evan Blass is normally well-informed and has a relatively accurate track record. He has recently released detailed information and specs regarding this new phablet. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Cost More Than $1,700”

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active for Rough Conditions

The first leaked images have appeared online for the rugged version of the S8 phone. Samsung Galaxy S8 Active possesses military-grade for additional durability. It’s also thicker than the standard S8 model. The other specs and features found on S8 remain the same including a 5.8-inch AMOLED screen. The phone will initially only be available for sale in North-America and it remains to be seen whether it reaches New Zealand shores. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S8 Active for Rough Conditions”

Samsung Galaxy S8 Now Available For Pre Order

Now is the time to act if you want to become one of the first owners of a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus phone in New Zealand. Samsung’s online store, main telcos and select retailers now take pre-orders. Shipping starts from April 28th. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S8 Now Available For Pre Order”

Samsung Galaxy S8 Revealed

Samsung revealed its new flagship phones Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in London this week. The screen coverage ratios are very high, which means that the two phones feel larger than they actually are. The edges of the Infinity Display screen are curved similar to the Edge series. The aspect ratio of the screen is 18.5 x 9. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S8 Revealed”

Samsung Galaxy S7 Receives Android Nougat Update

Samsung Galaxy S7  and S7 Edge have received the Android 7 Nougat firmware update. This is possibly the largest firmware update that Samsung has done so far. The roll-out of Nougat for S6 has commenced in several large overseas markets such as Great Britain and Germany. Furthermore, Asus Zenfone 3 has also been upgraded to the latest version of Android. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S7 Receives Android Nougat Update”