Upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S IV GT-I9500 will be part of Project J that also includes Galaxy S IV Mini and other device along with bunch of cool accessories.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 will always be able to charge the traditional way, but if you’re wanting to charge it wirelessly, Qi charging accessories will be coming soon. Qi issued an official press release today announcing their work on wireless charging accessories for the S 4.
Samsung has officially confirmed the Galaxy S4 Mini, following a brief leak earlier this month. The new handset takes the name of its current flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, but couples it with more mid-range specs to extend the reach of the flagship brand to a larger pool of consumers.
Hello Readers, yesterday I posted about Samsung Galaxy Win that is an upcoming smartphone
of Samsung but today im going to tell you all about a smartphone thats going to hit global
markets in a few weeks. Now Samsung is going to launch its new flagship Samsung Galaxy S4.
Here is all the information about Samsung Galaxy S4 that anyone should have a look at before
making any conclusion.
U.K. owners of Samsung devices have a new option to find accessories, get questions answered, and generally “get the most out of” their devices thanks to a new app released by Samsung. The My Galaxy app has options for users to access Samsung World articles, shop an online store for accessories, receive exclusive offers, or receive support.
Many of us are itching to get our hands on Samsung’s latest smartphone, the Galaxy S III. The phone has so many cool features built-in, it’s easy to forget that Sammy is also putting out some nifty accessories to accompany their new flagship device.
Galaxy S4 I9500 is finally here, as Samsung has unveiled the most-anticipated smartphone in recent times, at a grand UNPACKED media event held at New York's popular Radio City Music Hall on 14 March. Samsung's new flagship smartphone is going up against its mighty rivals - HTC One, Sony Xperia Z, iPhone 5 and the Nexus 4 - in the battle of heavyweight smartphones.
A new report out of Korea says that Samsung has lowered their smartphone sales projections for 2014 from 360 to 330 million units. In doing so, Samsung hopes to focus on smartphone accessories and peripherals next year. The reason for shifting its focus and lowering sales projections is because the smartphone market is becoming increasingly crowded. But by no means is Samsung worried.
Starting today, you can trade in your current AT&T smartphone for a new one with 50% off along with a new two-year contract. AT&T highlights that devices like the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One can be had for around $99.99. It all depends on the device you are trading in.
While Samsung has the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II as its heavyweights for 2012, it has plans on bringing in more players to the fight as well. Reports of no less than 3 Samsung smartphones have now surfaced: the Galaxy S III Mini, Galaxy S II Plus, and Galaxy Premier.