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Samsung officially unveil Pink Gold GALAXY S7 and S7 Edge in Korea and selected markets

Samsung officially unveil Pink Gold GALAXY S7 and S7 Edge in Korea and selected markets

Samsung Electronics has released Pink Gold editions of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, bringing the total of available colors for the devices to five. Debuting in Korea on April 20, the Pink Gold Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will soon be available for customers in select markets. Pink Gold was chosen as it, like the other colors available for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, is a natural color that provides a sense of comfort. These hues glitter and shimmer as if illuminated from inside their glass surfaces.  In particular, the refined Pink Gold color scheme is intended to soothe and incorporate a touch of gentleness, radiance and sophistication to the smartphones’ design. As well as Pink Gold, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are available in a choice of Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, White Pearl and Silver Titanium. Source:...

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Samsung launches the Galaxy A9 Pro with 4GB RAM and a 5000 mAh battery

Samsung launches the Galaxy A9 Pro with 4GB RAM and a 5000 mAh battery

Samsung seems to have finally listened to its customers when it comes to giving a bigger battery. They did so with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and have now done with the Galaxy A9 2016 Pro. The Galaxy A9 Pro is a beefed up version of the Galaxy A9 2016, with differences in three major areas. The Ram has been increased from 3GB to 4GB, the camera has been bumped up to a 16MP shooter and finally the pièce de résistance the Galaxy A9 Pro comes with a massive 5000 mAh battery. Other specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor , a 6 inch Full HD 1080p Super AMOLED display an 8MP front camera and 32GB of internal storage with microSD support (up to 128GB).  Other bells and whistles include a fingerprint scanner, fast charging etc. The device is made from the same Metal and Glass body like the rest of the Galaxy A (2016) series devices. The Galaxy A9 Pro runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. The device will come in Pink, Gold, Black and White and will be for roughly $540. Now the sad news, so far the device will be sold exclusively in China. It may or may not come to your shores, but if it did, would you go for...

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Intel Powers New Samsung Devices starting with the GALAXY TAB PRO S

Intel Powers New Samsung Devices starting with the GALAXY TAB PRO S

Samsung announced the availability of the all new Galaxy TabPro S. Powered by a 6th Gen Intel® Core™ m processor, the 2 in 1 device was created specifically for people on the go and mobile professionals. Intel Core m is purpose built to deliver amazing performance for the most common PC tasks while enabling remarkably thin and fan less devices with mobility in mind like the Galaxy TabPro S. Also available today are Samsung’s new ultra-lightweight Notebook 9 laptops, which deliver the high performance people expect from the Intel® Core™ I processor family in sleek, durable designs with vibrant displays and powerful functionality for the most demanding...

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Never get disturbed while playing a game via Samsung’s “Gaming Tool”

Never get disturbed while playing a game via Samsung’s “Gaming Tool”

Everybody is talking about Samsung’s next galaxy devices the S7 and the S7 edge and the cool features they posses, such as the first ever Dual Pixel Camera, liquid cooling and water resistance for starters. Only some of them are talking about the Software features, one such in particular is the “Gaming Tool”. This little floating button comes on the screen when playing a game and shows 5 different options when you click on it. They are: No alerts during gaming – suppress all notifications while playing a game. Lock Recent and Back keys – turn off the capacitive buttons to prevent mistaken presses while gaming. Minimize game – put the game in a floating bubble (like Chat Heads) so you can do something else and then return exactly where you left off. Screenshot – take a screenshot. Record – record your screen and even record yourself with the front-facing camera. Talking about gaming, you even can even adjust the performance of the game, just go in settings and choose Standard, Low Power, and Extreme Low Power. This well help save a lot of battery for the heavy gamer.So, what do you think of the tool? Will you use...

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Galaxy S7 vs LG G5 vs Huawei Mate 8 [CHART]

Galaxy S7 vs LG G5 vs Huawei Mate 8 [CHART]

Hey guys, after the launch of the Samsung S7 and the LG G5 last night, we thought it would be fun to compare them with Huawei’s new beast the Mate 8. All three are neck to neck in terms of raw power. Some features like Always-on display are available for Samsung and LG’s flagship but not Huawei. Then on the other hand, the Huawei Mate 8 has a massive 4000 mAh battery a compared to the 3000 and 2800 mAh found in the S7 and the G5 respectively. One interesting thing though, is that LG have revamped their UI completely, meaning no more app drawer. Something which Huawei is doing for quite a while now. Samsung has apparently also jumped on the same band wagon, and given an option to remove the app drawer. This is supporting the rumors that the Android N will not have an app drawer. (Yay or Nay?)    Talking about the camera, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has a 12 MP shooter but with the first ever Dual Pixel setup for brighter low light imaging and the Huawei Mate 8 has a 16MP shooter with OIS. This is where the LG G5 has set itself apart from the competition with a dual camera setup a 16MP standard lens and an 8MP wide angle lens for a much wider viewing angle and better depth immersion. On paper, the Samsung S7 and the LG G5 have much better display’s but having a lower resolution display normally dose mean better battery management. All three devices come with fast charging and microSD card slots. Well, that’s about it from our part. Which one is your favorite? Do let us...

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Samsung officially announces the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Samsung officially announces the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

The Unpacked event just got over and the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge were officially unveiled. Earlier we got some of the specs, and we are happy to say most of them were in line. The Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge both are beasts when it comes to raw power due to the Exynos 8890 and Snapdragon 820 chipsets. If that wasn’t enough, the devices house 4GB LPDDR4 RAM to speed things up. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have surpassed the competition when it comes to graphical performance, joining hands with Epic Studios to come up with Next Gen Console like immersive gaming experience. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge come with the new Vulcan API for gaming that Android 6.0 introduced to the platform, and Samsung has also built-in quite a few tools and features of its own to improve the gaming experience. Not only that but users are also getting $200 worth of in-game currency to use. While we are on the topic of gaming, it is also worth mentioning that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge both come with “Liquid Cooling”, which keeps the heating at bay, for those long gaming sessions. We are also rejoiced to say, Samsung have heard the cries of its customers and brought back the microSD card slot (slow applause). Both the devices can support upto 200GB, which is more than enough even for the power user. Internal storage options are 32GB or 64, though 128GB could be in the pipeline too but was not mentioned at the event. Talking a bit about the design, the S7 and S7 edge both bring back the metal and glass body of their predecessors. Though a few changes have been made which are more than welcome especially for the S7 edge. A lot of people had complained that the Galaxy S6 edge plus did not feel right in the hand, it had no grip. Samsung have rectified this, by using 3D thermal forming to make an ergonomic back, which gives it a much better grip. Now, lets talk about the camera, if increasing mega pixels was the way to go, then Samsung have taken a step back. Though, this is not true (some may argue that it is, but then that’s their opinion), the lens is what makes the difference. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge come with the first ever Dual Pixel camera, which means that auto focus speed has bumped up quite a bit, as compared to the S6, which was considered to have the best camera, is quite impressive. The 12.2 MP camera sensor has an aperture of f/1.7 which means can...

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