Galaxy F Search Results
If you were miffed about the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A’s goudy specs compared to the base flagship, you’re going to be even more upset with the supposed Samsung Galaxy F.
The Samsung Galaxy F is still a thing. The allegedly more premium Galaxy S5 just popped up in another leak showing of its shimmery “Glowing Gold” color option. Wonder where this phone could be headed?
Today a new photo of the Galaxy F has leaked. This new photo shows the Galaxy F right next to the Galaxy S5. We can’t see if the back of the device is metal, but what we can see is equally as awesome.
And the Samsung Galaxy F (Galaxy S5 Prime) makes another appearance, this time as it passes through the FCC. This time, we now have the device’s exact dimensions.
Today another photo of the Galaxy F in the wild has surfaced, once again showing what appears to be a metal back. The rumors suggest that this back is indeed aluminum, but it could also be yet another faux texture from Sammy.
After a press render of the alleged Samsung Galaxy F leaked earlier this week, it appears as if the phone may have finally been pictured in the wild.
Seems like with every major Galaxy iteration rumors start pouring in that the S3, S4, and now the S5 will finally be the first Samsung device to feature a premium metal construction. And here we are, barely a few months before the Galaxy S5 is made official and Korean news site ETNews is now reporting […]
Christmas is closing in fast and while many of you are dreaming about the shiny new toys you’ll be unwrapping this year, others are already looking ahead to what’s coming around the bend. The mobile industry is a fiercely competitive one, and if you were wondering how smartphone makers were ever going to top 2013’s […]
Still an entry-level smartphone, the Galaxy Fame comes as a better option to the Galaxy Young. Improvements include an NFC chip, a better 5 MP rear-facing camera, the addition of a fron-facing VGA camera and a slightly larger 3.5-inch display. Like it's smaller brother, this device also comes in two versions; a standard one and a dual-SIM one.
Getting jump on the slew of Mobile World Congress announcement later this month, Samsung has officially debuted their Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame handsets. The low-end phones pack a solid foundation into a pack that closely resembles that of the Galaxy S3 (and other recent Samsung models). The Galaxy Young features a 3.27-inch display, 1GHz […]
The Samsung Galaxy Fit is aptly named - it's a relatively small Android device that will both fit nicely in your pocket and is affordable. Despite the thin frame and light weight nature, the Samsung Galaxy Fit still packs some punch.
With a 3.3-inch screen, 5MP camera, and 600MHz processor running on Android 2.2, the Galaxy Fit offers a lot of features in a small package. For those wanting a big smartphone experience in a more modest frame, the Galaxy Fit could be the perfect fit for you.
With Mobile World Congress just a few weeks away, Samsung just couldn’t be bothered to wait to reveal their new lineup of Galaxy phones. They should be mostly familiar from leaks in the recent weeks, but here we have officially for the first time the Samsung Galaxy Ace, Samsung Galaxy Fit, Samsung Galaxy Gio, and […]
Free at last, free at last… the Samsung Galaxy is finally available to the masses as it has popped up for sale unlocked on NewEgg.com. And based on the bands it should work on both T-Mobile and AT&T, with only TMO enjoying the theoretical possibility of 3G connectivity. It will cost you $590 if you […]
those looking for something a little more authentic, @evleaks has come out of retirement once again to reveal some officially unofficial press renders of the phones before they’re officially unveiled in a few more weeks. We’re sure this is just the first of many, so let us know what you think.
Samsung today unleashed their full earnings report for Q2 2015. It looks good from our end, with revenues of $41.5 billion and profit of $5.9 billion. The mobile division even had a good chunk of that profit at $2.4 billion. But from Samsung’s perspective, things could be much better.