Samsung phones typically have a smaller DPI setting that reduces the amount of information that can be displayed on any given screen estate. Now, it has been discovered that Samsung smartphones such as the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge as well as others running on Android Marshmallow can be tweaked thanks to the native DPI scaling feature.
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The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the update to last year’s Galaxy S6 edge and S6 edge+. In this post, we will take a look at 5 reasons why you should buy one for yourself or upgrade from your existing S6 edge or S6 edge+.
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Samsung seems to be trying their best to keep their phones up to date and to remove the bad reputation of releasing slow updates. They have now released the February security patch for their flagship products just a few weeks after the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow began rolling out for some phones.
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Samsung has started the roll out of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in South Korea. The Marshmallow build has leaked to the Galaxy Note5, Note 4 and S5 in the past accidentally but this is now an official update.
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Earlier, rumours indicated that there would be at least 3 different variant if not 4, being announced at MWC in Barcelona, Spain that is scheduled to take place next month. Now, rumours state that there might be just 2 models being introduced next month, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.
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Like every year, AnTuTu has released a chart of the best performing smartphones of the year 2015. Now, with the release of AnTuTu 6.0, other platforms are also included and that is good because the Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus top the chart.
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In November, a roadmap for Samsung’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow update had surfaced and it revealed that the Note5 and S6 edge+ would be getting the update sometime in December. One T-Mobile Note5 user even got the update to 6.0 accidentally but both the phones haven’t received the official release yet. However, it seems that Samsung is ready with the update for the Note 4 and they have already begun rolling out the update across some devices.
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A software update roadmap for Samsung devices has just appeared online and it lists out 2 phases of updates for phones to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ will be the first to get it as they are scheduled for an update in December 2015 itself.
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Samsung has been having a good run with its payment service – Samsung Pay in its home country i.e South Korea. Now, the company is looking forward to roping in customers in USA as well through a new promotion. Every user who signs up for Samsung Pay gets a free wireless charger.
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The Snapdragon 820 is one of the most anticipated SoCs. Considering how the 810 was a bit of a let down, many are looking forward to the 820 to bring Qualcomm back to the top of their game. New reports suggest that the Snapdragon 820 might be around 50% more powerful than Samsung’s Exynos 7420 that is powering their 2015 flagships.
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We hope that you have seen our unboxing of the Samsung Fast Charge Wireless Pad by now. Along with the Note5 and S6 edge+, Samsung also announced a new fast charge compatible battery pack which has a capacity of 5200 mAH which we unboxed.
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Conforming to market demands almost exclusively created by the Samsung Note series, Apple created two devices with two different screen sizes. So Samsung went ahead and released 4 devices with two different screen sizes and that’s mainly because of the success of the Galaxy S6 edge. It’s clear that the design is popular and rightly so, because it is still one of the best looking phones out there. For Samsung, it’d have been obvious to offer choice in screen sizes with the exact same form, so we have the S6 edge Plus, which was released alongside the Note 5. It’s bigger, but is it better? Let’s find out.
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While the Samsung Galaxy S5 was disappointing both for customers and Samsung alike, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are doing quite the opposite. Samsung expected it to sell quite well and customers are clearly loving it too as now they’re opening a new factory in order to meet the demand for the S6 Edge.
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Samsung announced Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge – its flagship devices at MWC 2015 this year last month. Now, the company is expecting record break shipment from both the devices, as per a report from Reuters.
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Samsung has launched a number of premium range of accessories for Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge. The company has collaborated with luxury brands , under the “Designed for Samsung” program that will make limited edition accessories for the phones.
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