Our review may be long since done, but it’s entirely possible that you have yet to master Samsung’s TouchWiz. Especially on the Galaxy Note 7, this device packed full of features, often times hidden, so we’re hitting you with a 20+ Tips and Tricks video.
During the video, I’ll show you how to enable RAW shooting and voice commands through the camera app, how to customize the look of the UI with Samsung Themes, as well as disable that extremely annoying Flipboard Briefing window on the stock Home application.
Buckle in, it’s a long one. (more…)
Before the Galaxy Note 7 was launched, Samsung hyped up the Galaxy Game Pack that would be provided to buyers. Basically, the Game Pack is a number of special in-game rewards for select titles on Google Play, exclusive to owners of the Galaxy Note 7.
According to Samsung, there is about $400 worth of free goodies inside of this Galaxy Game Pack, so if you find yourself playing some of these games, you might as well take full advantage. A few of the rewards include specialty starting packs, better cars to start racing games, and even a free 3-card pack for Hearthstone. (more…)
In a previous report, it was detailed that Huawei was not intending to launch an Android Wear smartwatch anytime too soon, which likely would have been a Huawei Watch followup. Adding insult to injury for Android fans, the most recent intel out of South Korea claims that the company may be ditching Android Wear for Samsung’s Tizen OS, at least for the time being. (more…)
Samsung Pay, Samsung’s mobile and desktop payments platform, is now officially one year old. According to Samsung, the platform supports over 500 banks, representing over 80% of the US debit and credit card market.
To celebrate this joyous occasion, Samsung is adding in support for coupons. To break it down, Samsung Pay will feature a coupon service to search, store, as well as redeem coupons. Basically, if you frequently shop at a supported outlet, coupons will be posted inside of the app which you can claim and store, then redeem while you are doing your shopping. (more…)
With exchange stock arriving in stores this week, owners of the Galaxy Note 7 seem to finally have the motivation to swap out their unsafe Note 7 for a safe model. Samsung announced yesterday afternoon that “about half” of the recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices in the wild have already been exchanged. That’s a good number knowing that just days ago, we were only at about 25%. (more…)
Yesterday, Verizon pushed out a wave of updates to the Moto Z, Moto Z Force, Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy S6 Edge+ that included the latest security patches. Today, they are continuing to bring their line of phones up to current patch levels by updating the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. (more…)
Over on Amazon, a Samsung microSD card weighing in at 128GB is on sale for only $37. That’s down from a listed price of $103. As for specs, this microSD card is of Samsung’s Evo+ line, Class 10, and is also waterproof. (more…)
According to the Samsung wizards at SamMobile, the company has officially entered the firmware testing phase for the Nougat update on the Galaxy S7. What does this mean for us? Sadly, not much, as the company has been hesitant on ever delivering any type of solidified timeframe for when customers can expect to see major updates. On the bright side, something is happening, and that’s never a bad thing. (more…)