Samsung launched new features along with the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and now a new firmware update for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge brings those features to them.
Most of you would’ve heard of UAG (Urban Armor Gear) or perhaps at least seen their cases which is most easily identified by the large branding at the back of their cases. Their designs are quite functional and rugged. They look the part and are quite highly regarded in terms of protecting smartphones and tablets. In this review, we will be taking a look at the UAG protective case for the Samsung S6 Edge in the Maverick (Clear) color case. Being a smartphone that has a curved glass display, it is a bit easier to damage as opposed to other phones. Let us see how well the case performs for daily use and see whether it does a good job at protecting your precious smartphone.
The debate over what sort of release mechanism the Samsung Galaxy Note 5’s S Pen will have still isn’t over. The first rumours stated that it will have a gesture based auto-eject mechanism and later it was believed to have a push to eject mechanism. However, now it appears that the phone will have a typical removal mechanism like past generations.
Up until now, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was said to sport 4GB of RAM while the S6 Edge + was said to have 3GB of RAM just like the S6 Edge. It was also rumored to be packing a Snapdragon 808 processor. However a new rumour stated that the device actually might have a different processor and will pack 4GB of RAM.
New photos have surfaced of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 as well as the Galaxy S6 edge +. Yes that’s how the names are written according to the bootscreens that can be seen in the pictures.
According to several sources, the Galaxy Note 5 from Samsung has been rumoured to not feature a microSD card slot as it is expected to feature a design quite similar to the S6/S6 Edge. However, a newly leaked UA Profile for the Sprint variant of the Note 5 suggests otherwise.
The Obliq Slim Meta case for the Galaxy S6 Edge is a case that is designed to protect your phone while at the same time maintaining the slim profile and shape of your handset. In this review we take a look at the case’s design, handling and protection to see whether it really has your phone’s back ‘covered’.
If you were to ask someone what the two drawbacks of their Galaxy S6/S6 Edge are, majority of them would say it’s the non-revomable battery/poor battery life and the fixed memory. It seems that Incipio also agrees with them as they have now released a new case called the Offgrid for Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge that features a built in battery as well as a microSD card slot.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is rumored to launch alongside the Note 5 either during IFA or perhaps earlier, sometime in August. Now, a dummy version of the S6 Edge Plus has appeared online in photos and even gets compared to the Note 4.
A new report states that LG is having trouble selling its flagship device, the G4 in South Korea. Despite being the home market, LG has only managed to sell 240,000 units in the country since its launch 3 months ago.
New renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus have been leaked thanks to a case manufacturer called ITSKINS. These renders more or less confirm the existence of the S6 Edge Plus which some sources had stated to be just a cooked up device. The renders show us the rough design, layout and controls of the devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is probably the hottest smartphones in the rumour section right now and now we have another bit of information that will add fuel to the fire. Apparently the smartphone is set for an early launch and will be announced on August 12th followed by a release on August 14th in major markets.
We’ve heard the rumour that this time there might not be an Edge variant of the Note 5 that will launch alongside it. We’ve also heard of a larger S6 Edge Plus in the works. Well it seems that the two handsets might be announced together at IFA in Berlin.
Samsung has seen a lot of demand with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge and while it hasn’t fully turned their fortunes around, it is taking them in the right direction. Now apparently the next generation Galaxy S7 rumours have started showing up. It seems that the Galaxy S7 will be codenamed Jungfrau which is named after the mountain summit in Switzerland.
On June 15th, the first updates to Android Lollipop 5.1.1 rolled out to the T-Mobile variants of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Over the past few weeks, the update has made its way to various regions and variants of the device. Now, it’s the turn of the Indian variants of the two devices to receive the update.