Reducing bezels is a major focus for many smartphone manufacturers at this point, and even Apple has been rumored to be dropping them in a big way for its upcoming iPhone 8.
Last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7, which, despite what would eventually become of it, was hailed as simply one of the best smartphones you could buy before the end of 2016.
DisplayMate, a primary source for all things smartphone and tablet displays, has put together its latest shootout, and this time the focus is on Samsung‘s Galaxy S8.
Samsung had a bit of a rough ending to 2016, so all eyes are on the company to make a big comeback in 2017.
Samsung has been working on bringing a new, much-improved digital personal assistant to its devices, without having to leverage Google Assistant to achieve that goal.
The legal dispute over a variety of different features, like Slide-to-Unlock, has been raging for many years now.
Samsung’s bottom line may have recovered from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year, but the company’s reputation seems to have taken a major hit in the United States. The annual survey of Reputation Quotient Ratings from Harris Poll saw Samsung rank 49th among the 100 most visible companies in the US in terms of public reputation.
A Federal Appeals court has ordered the ongoing Apple v. Samsung case to be sent back to a lower court, which in this case is the Northern District Court of California. Incidentally, this is where the litigations originally began back in 2012.
After months of investigation since it pulled the Galaxy Note 7 from sale, Samsung today detailed the cause behind the handset catching fire. The investigation was carried out by Samsung’s own high-level engineers and three other third-party investigators: UL, Exponent, and TUV Rheinland AG.