Galaxy Note 4 Screen Gap Not A Defect

note 4An issue has plagued a few Galaxy Note 4 devices — a small gap between the metal frame and the front body of the device; in some cases, wide enough to fit a business card. However, it has been revealed that this is in fact not a manufacturing defect, rather it is a ‘necessary’ manufacturing feature. This help comes from Note 4′s Manual, under the troubleshooting section, where it says: Read More

Metallic Samsung Galaxy Alpha Released In India

samsung galaxy alphaSamsung has just officially released the Galaxy Alpha in India for 39,990 Indian Rupees. Originally unveiled in August, it will be available in Indian market within the first week of October. The most notable feature of the device is that its 67mm chassis is carved out of a block of metal alloy, giving it a brilliant and premium finish, as well as superior durability. Read More

Apple Vs Samsung: The Story So Far

svaApple and Samsung have been fighting out their legal battle for three years now, and it doesn’t seem to be coming to an end. This war, which has encompassed most of the globe with different results in different parts of the world, has seen the two companies go from being partners to enemies. Popularly known as the “smartphone patent wars,” the battle which was started by Steve Jobs carries on after his death. Here we summarise the story so far. Read More

Samsung Releases Curved Gear S

gearsSamsung has just released the latest addition to their wearables collection, this time running their own Tizen OS, the Gear S. The Gear S has a top to bottom curve designed to fit perfectly onto your wrist and sports a 360×480 2″ AMOLED display, a dual core 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, and, to pump out two days of “typical usage”, a 300mAh battery. Read More

Samsung Saw Steve Jobs’ Death As The Best Opportunity To Attack iPhone

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The emails and documents which are being used as evidence in the ongoing trial between Apple and Samsung have brought forward some very secret and bizarre facts. One such email from Samsung obtained by Apple Insider lets out a very interesting move by Samsung. According to this email of Oct 2011, Samsung feared Steve Jobs death could take the attention away from its new launch Galaxy S II as people perceived Jobs as visionary and perfectionist and this would prove to be an unintended benefit for Apple. So instead going after Apple publicly they tried to use this as an opportunity by launching an Anti-iPhone marketing campaign. Read More