Behold: the Jindallae 3. Designed and manufactured locally by North Korea’s Mangyongdae Information Technology Corporation, the new smartphone is “versatile and multifunctional” and comes in white or black, according to state-sponsored news agency DPRK Today. It also looks just like an iPhone.
Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphones have been the most popular Android phones for years. They’re fairly easy to use, have a bright Super AMOLED display, and recently ship with a pretty decent camera. This year’s Galaxy S7 won’t stray far from that familiar strategy.
When Samsung’s Galaxy S7 arrives in March, it may borrow one of the iPhone 6S’s biggest new features. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company plans to add a pressure-sensitive display to the new handset.
Samsung's big new flagship phone is due out very very soon at this year's Mobile World Congress, and Samsung has been teasing the shit out of it. But now, it looks like one may have made its way out into the wild. It looks refreshingly different.
While Apple has only just released its first huge phone, Samsung's gargantuan Note is already on its fourth iteration. In a lot of ways, it's the big phone that started this runaway screen-size race. But even though it's facing an ever-growing army of up-sized competitors, the Note 4 is the only giant phone that gets…
The Nook brand stormed back into relevance a couple weeks ago with the announcement of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 custom-designed for reading. But did it really? Does the new Nook experience knock your socks off? When I used the Nook tab, my socks stayed firmly on my feet.
Itching for a new Nook tablet? Well, you are getting one either way! The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook is here to rescue you from a Nookless existence.
iCracked is a mobile service that fixes your shattered, waterlogged, or otherwise busted up smartphone wherever you are. Back when they were iPhone exclusive, we tested them and loved their work. Now they're working on Samsung phones. Smashing your screen still isn't a good idea, but now Sammy users have a backup.
Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, has a surprising hidden feature that tech bloggers have just discovered: the phone can double as a baby monitor—provided you've got it paired to a Galaxy Gear smartwatch. And y'know, you don't mind leaving your baby and your phone behind while you're in another room.
We've heard some rumblings about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Gear smartwatch and what it may or may not be. But VentureBeat got its hands on what it claims is a real prototype ahead of the gadget's likely September 4th release, and apparently it comes complete with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a 4-megapixel camera, and even…
Earlier today, students at California State University, Long Beach were asked to evacuate and/or take shelter after reports that there was an "armed gunman" on campus. People were told to, "lock and blockade doors, close blinds, silence cell phones and remain calm." Scary. Luckily, there wasn't a shooter though. It…
It's starting to feel silly to point out: You no longer need a great dSLR to take a great picture. Still, we made you prove it. Here are the best entries from this week's Shooting Challenge, cellphones.
The new Samsung DA-E750 speaker dock does two things that other docks don't. First, it plays with both your iOS devices or your Galaxy S. The dock has also been outfitted with a hybrid vacuum tube system that Samsung says will put some audiophile muster behind your tunes.
We like the Samsung Galaxy II a lot. Hell, we think it's what your next Android phone will look like. But one thing that's terrible? The overwhelming sucktitude of its plastic. Hopefully this Galaxy II Celox will be different.
Is there any danger of Apple cribbing ideas from Samsung, who was ordered in the patent-infringement case to show them five unreleased phones and tablets? Nah, I doubt it—but it's a strike against Samsung, for sure.