A number of alleged technical specifications of Samsung’s first-ever Android Go smartphone leaked online earlier today, having been obtained by tech blog TechieDrive. The image that can be seen above indicates Samsung’s upcoming offering will be launching as part of its entry-level Galaxy J brand, with that same implication also being raised last month after
Verizon started distributing an optimized version of Google’s June 2018 Android security patch to all Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus units on its network, as evidenced by the wireless carrier’s official support pages for the two devices. The Galaxy S9 is being updated with the firmware version G960USQS2ARF4, whereas the Galaxy S9 Plus is now
Samsung may be the next big smartphone manufacturer to introduce an Android Go smartphone. A new report from SamMobile claims that the Korean giant is testing different versions of a phone with the model number SM-J260 in a number of countries
A new Samsung Android Go smartphone has been spotted. This could be a Samsung stock Android smartphone, and it could land before the Galaxy S10 is released. Samsung Galaxy S9 review · Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks and rumours. Samsung appears ...
Samsung is about to launch a new Android phone that won’t be anything like you’d expect from the most important player in the Android ecosystem. I’m not talking about the Galaxy Note 9, which is coming in early August, but about a phone that has no Samsung software features built atop of Android.
To date, we've seen Android Go phones from companies like Nokia, ZTE, and Alcatel, and now rumors say that another major mobile device maker is prepping an Android Go handset.
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Samsung stands as one of the few Android smartphone makers that have staunchly resisted the trend of copying Apple’s notch on the iPhone X. As could be seen in the designs of Samsung’s flagship devices, the South Korean tech giant has opted to continue adopting its template from 2017 until today, while the rest of the industry, including big names such as Google and upstart brands such as OnePlus, Oppo, and Vivo, have wholly embraced Apple’s notch.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 Star has just launched at T-Mobile, which is a mid-range smartphone from the world’s largest Android smartphone manufacturer, and it is priced at just $175 from T-Mobile. Or T-Mobile customers can pick it up for $7 down and $7/month for 24 months. Samsung’s Galaxy J3 star does look somewhat similar to
Samsung is reportedly testing an Android Go device for a global release, raising hopes for those seeking access to a Samsung device running stock Android. SamMobile sources say the device, under the model name SM-J260G, is being tested in “dozens” of ...
Samsung and Android Go? Yep, the initial rumors of Samsung trying out the stock Android experience on a low-end phone might turn out to be true after all. We've already heard about the device being prepared for the Indian market, but the latest piece of info coming from SamMobile suggests that the device will be coming in several other markets as well.