Fortnite's long-awaited Android debut is anything but glorious. You're better off playing something else.
Samsung’s first smartphone expected to be based on Android Go has leaked once again, this time in the form of a Russian user manual which has been prematurely published by the OEM ahead of the handset’s debut. The document refer to the device by the model number SM-J260F/DS, though the handset is expected to be
Samsung's first Android Go phone - the Galaxy J2 Core - has been making the rounds and causing some confusion. We saw the quad-core CPU of the Exynos 7570 benchmarked and we have some idea about the geographic distribution of its variants. Perhaps its manual can clear some things out.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro and the Galaxy J3 (2017) are getting Google's Android Oreo update in select global regions and is being carried out in phases. The new software will take some time to arrive in all regions. Read to know how to check for software update manually on your Android phone.
The last time we reported about the Galaxy J3 (2017), we informed you that Samsung has decided to delay the Android 8.0 Oreo rollout for this specific device until September. Although that piece of information might still be accurate, it's worth noting that Samsung has already started to push out the Oreo update to the Galaxy J3 (2017). However, this seems rather a limited deployment since the update has only been spotted in Russia and the United Arab Emirates. Even so, if nothing wrong happens or no major issues are discovered during the testing, we expect Samsung to start rolling out the ...
Last week Samsung announced the Galaxy Watch alongside the Galaxy Note9. The new wearable switches from the Gear branding of its predecessors in order to make the company's portfolio of products more consistent from that point of view.
Fortnite is starting to arrive to many Android devices starting today, so this would be a good time to check your e-mail to see if your invitation is there
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is big, thick, heavy, and currently my favorite Android phone of all time. I’ve fallen in love with the giant, 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen, which I now blame for turning me in...
Following reports that Samsung Gear owners were experiencing connectivity issues after downloading Android 9.0 Pie, the company released an update to the app. The Samsung Gear app is also now officially known as Galaxy Wearable.
After launching for Samsung Galaxy phones with the debut of the Note 9, Epic Games is now bringing its popular last-player-standing shooter Fortnite to other Android devices. The developer is sending invites out to people who signed up on its website. If you’ve already done so, check your inbox for the link to get into