The smartphone is clearly going to be dirt cheap.
Analysts: Samsung won't be able to reach 350 million smartphone sales this year. Chinese brands and the Galaxy S lineup are to blame.
Samsung is working on a 3D facial recognition to substitute the iris scanner. An advanced in-display fingerprint also rumored.
Samsung is readying to launch a low-cost stock Android device, which will be the company's first and will be available in numerous markets.
Still no 4K30 support, though.
Previously reserved only for Tango devices, it seems a certain decision from Cupertino may have changed Google's mind.
Toughbook laptops are advertised to the military for their supreme durability. This handheld promises to be just as tough (there are Wi-Fi and 4G versions).
Moto Z3 Play in fresh new look with 6GB/128GB memory configuration is now available in Brazil.
The notch-totting mid-range device will carry a price tag of around $365 in the country.
Mi Pad 4's design revealed ahead of release with details about pricing and configurations.
The magenta carrier suspended a Galaxy S9/S9+ update back in April over bootloops, but neither the roll out resumed, nor a new update arrived. Until now that is...
The "both are good" option got the majority of the vote, but it's clear which of the two phones is the fan favorite.
Since TSMC will probably beat Samsung to the 7nm chip race, Qualcomm is reportedly going with TSMC once again.
The watchmaker’s filing also cites NFC for all the watches, making Google Pay transactions the standard.
It went on sale in May, but only 3GB and 4GB variants with 8MP front camera have been available so far.
The device has been spotted in a user-agent profile listing, which reveals 3840x1920 screen resolution.
At the unveiling, the company said the device will go on sale some time in the third quarter.
New leaked images also show the device's retail box contents.