Samsung could release all-metal smartphone to compete with iPhone 6

Samsung could release all-metal smartphone to compete with iPhone 6

As we reported at Android Beat, Samsung could be preparing to release an all-metal smartphone next month. According to the report, the handset will be part of a larger lineup of Galaxy Alpha smartphones intended to compete head-on with the oft-rumored iPhone 6. Let’s take a closer look at the rumored device.

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Samsung announces the Galaxy Tab S, its latest iPad rival

Samsung announces the Galaxy Tab S, its latest iPad rival

Samsung introduced its brand new Galaxy Tab S tablet at a media event in New York City this afternoon, the South Korean electronic’s makers latest attempt at taking the iPad head on. The Galaxy Tab S is thinner and lighter than previous tablets in the lineup, with a Super AMOLED display that boasts a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. The tablet will be available next month in both 8.4-inch ($399) and 10.5-inch ($499) sizes. 

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Apple’s US ad spend in 2013 up by 5%; brings it closer to top spender Samsung

Apple’s US ad spend in 2013 up by 5%; brings it closer to top spender Samsung

A major part of Samsung’s success is attributed to its large marketing spend, but in 2013, Samsung’s ad spend in the US was down 10 percent year over year, while Apple’s US ad spend was up 5 percent.

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Samsung Galaxy Pro ads poke fun at lack of “Pro” features in iPad

Samsung Galaxy Pro ads poke fun at lack of “Pro” features in iPad

The iPad appeals to a lot of people, and sells in huge numbers, but the lack of “Pro” features like multitasking and multi-users in iOS can be restrictive at times. Samsung’s ad agency has fully capitalised on these weaknesses of the iPad in its new series of Galaxy Pro tablet commercials.

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Here are the 5 iOS features Apple claims Samsung stole in new patent trial

Here are the 5 iOS features Apple claims Samsung stole in new patent trial

Apple and Samsung have been embroiled in a legal battle over allegations of patent infringement since quite a few years. The two companies now find themselves in a California court again, where Apple is claiming $2 billion in damages.

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New Samsung Galaxy Pro Series ad makes fun of iPad, Surface and Kindle

New Samsung Galaxy Pro Series ad makes fun of iPad, Surface and Kindle

Samsung has just released a new ad for its Galaxy Pro series of tablets.

We’re used to Samsung poking fun at Apple products, but in the new ad, the South Korean company targets not only Apple’s iPad, but also Microsoft Surface and Amazon’s Kindle.

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Apple loses renewed bid to get Samsung products banned in the US

Apple loses renewed bid to get Samsung products banned in the US

Apple today lost an appeal to get a number of old Samsung products banned in the US, over the infringement of a few of its patents.

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Ellen DeGeneres promotes Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Oscars, but switches to iPhone backstage

Ellen DeGeneres promotes Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at Oscars, but switches to iPhone backstage

Samsung was a sponsor of the Academy Awards held on Sunday night, and as part of the sponsorship, host Ellen DeGeneres was asked to use a Galaxy Note 3 during the show.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 5s: Tech Specs Shootout

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 5s: Tech Specs Shootout

Samsung today launched its flagship Galaxy smartphone — the Samsung Galaxy S5 with a fingerprint sensor, a heart-rate monitor, water and dust resistant body, and more. The device comes with powerful specs, as you’d expect from Samsung, with a 2.5GHz quad-code processor, 2GB or RAM, a 16MP camera and more.

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Samsung unveils Galaxy S5 with fingerprint sensor, 5.1 inch display, 16MP camera, heart rate monitor, water and dust resistant body

Samsung unveils Galaxy S5 with fingerprint sensor, 5.1 inch display, 16MP camera, heart rate monitor, water and dust resistant body

At the “Unpacked” event in Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Samsung today announced its next-generation Galaxy smartphone — the Galaxy S5. The device’s looks aren’t very different from the Galaxy S4, but it has a number of new features like a fingerprint sensor, a water and dust resistant body and more.

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