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Samsung Galaxy S7, its 2016 flagship, will launch on February 21
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Samsung Galaxy S7, its 2016 flagship, will launch on February 21

Samsung Galaxy S7 will launch on February 21, a day ahead of official MWC start (Source: YouTube/Samsung Mobile) Samsung has announced the latest Unpacked event where it will unveil the next Galaxy S7 smartphone. As its been a tradition for ... Indian Express, 1 hour ago

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Samsung Invents a Galaxy Note Pen that Doubles as a Stand

The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office recently published a patent application from Samsung that reveals a possible future design twist to their Galaxy Note Pen. According to the filing, Galaxy Note users will be able to pull the Samsung pen halfway out ...
 MyInforms11 minutes ago Samsung patents a smartphone cover with built-in S Pen  Fone Arena3 weeks ago Samsung strengthens foldable smartphone patent  Prokerala1 month ago

Samsung Gear S2, Gear VR out in India

The Samsung Gear S2 and Gear VR have finally arrived in India, a few months after the devices made their debut at IFA Berlin last year. Both are being sold online exclusively via Flipkart and offline through the South Korean brand's retail outlets. ...
 Tech Shout19 hours ago The best of Samsung Gear VR so far  Digital Journal1 day ago Samsung SEA Forum 2016  Lowyat.net2 days ago Samsung's new curved monitors are coming to the Philippines  HardwareZone Philippines PortaLite2 days ago
Phone Arena

spotted a Samsung device with model number A9100

Samsung hasn't released a Galaxy A9 Pro in the past so take this rumor with a grainof salt. You may recall Samsung'sGalaxy A-series, which is made up of the A3, A5, A7 and A9. Each year Samsung updates the series with new models. However, this year ...
 TalkAndroid.com21 hours ago Samsung A9100 shows up in GFXBench, but is it the Galaxy A9 Pro?  TalkAndroid.com22 hours ago Unreleased 6-inch Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro appears once again  Phone Arena3 days ago Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro spotted at GFXBench; Key features revealed  International Business Times India7 hours ago

Samsung Note 5

Hi, anyone have a Note 5 they want to sell? Must be unlocked and in excellent condition. Any size storage and colour. Cheers, Mossy Location: Coventry ______________________________________________________ This message is ...
 AV Forums18 hours ago Samsung Note 4 unlocked almost new  AV Forums4 days ago Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is now available with dual SIM  DNA2 weeks ago Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Dual SIM Launched at Rs. 51,400  NDTV2 weeks ago

Micromax aims to be among world's top 5 handset companies

In India, Micromax is the second largest player after Samsung. New Delhi: Domestic handset maker Micromax is expanding its international business, foraying into markets like Middle East, Africa and CIS countries, as it aims to be among the top five global ...
 Asian Age6 hours ago Micromax plans to make all phones locally  Rediff.com1 month ago
Phone Arena

Samsung patents vein identification sensor on smartwatches to trigger payments, playlists

Fingerprints, heartbeats and veins —they can all be used to identify who you are. While the latter is far from new, it may be on the cusp of mainstream adoption, if Samsung's recent patent ever comes to fruition. The Korean technology giant ...
 Yahoo! Finance19 hours ago Future Samsung smartwatch could use your veins for identity verification  Phone Arena1 day ago
Jagran Post

A New Disruptor Displaces Samsung in World's Largest Smartphone Market

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Look out Samsung (SSNLF) . A local upstart has displaced your market share in China. This time it's not Xiaomi, the fabled iPhone lookalike that has crested to first place on low prices, but faced a backlash overseas. The new ...
 TheStreet.com23 hours ago LG and Samsung Prepare World for New Flagships  DisplayDaily2 days ago All you want to know about smartphone displays  Jagran Post1 week ago
International Business Times UK

Samsung: Future smartwatch could tap your veins for biometric authentication

Move over fingerprint and iris scanners. Going by Samsung's latest patent application, the Korean giant could in the near future roll out a unique biometric authentication for its smart watches that will sense the user's vein structure and pulse. ...
 International Business Times UK1 day ago New Samsung patent will allow a wearable to recognize you through your veins  MyInforms19 hours ago This Samsung patent Will Recognize Your Identity Through Your Veins And Could Be Used In Several Scenarios  WCCF Tech1 day ago Samsung Working on Smartwatch That Checks Your Identity by Scanning Veins  Softpedia1 day ago
Phones Review

Samsung may bring Vein Scanning to upcoming smartwatches

Over the past few years, weve seen dozens of handsets arrive with fingerprint scanners along with a handful that let you unlock using your peepers. Veins may be the next step, and Samsung has a patent that shows us how they envision security on ...
 Phones Review16 hours ago You're so vein: Samsung files a patent for a vein-scanning smartwatch  MyInforms1 day ago Samsung Files Patent For A Vein-authentication System On A Smartwatch  CdrInfo.com1 day ago
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