If you didn’t come away from Black Friday or Cyber Monday with loads of goodies, no worries, this is the internet – there are always deals on stuff. The latest deal we’ve spotted is on the CAM 360 from LG for just $99 (down from $199 list price), and a refurbished Gear S2 smartwatch from Samsung for just $109. (more…)
Recently discovered, Samsung Pay for the Gear S3, Samsung’s latest smartwatch, is working for many smartphones on the market that aren’t made by Samsung. For example, if you utilize a LG G5 and a Gear S3, you can now use Samsung Pay from your smartwatch. Considering Samsung’s rather closed approach to its ecosystem in past years, this is pretty major. I mean, you couldn’t even use their smartwatches without a Samsung phone for a while, so this news is great. (more…)
Cricket’s big Cyber Monday deal appears to be for the Samsung Galaxy S7 at a 50% discount. With a 50% discount, you are looking at a full retail price of just $324.99, which is kind of insane.
The deal is only for new lines at Cricket, but Cricket isn’t exactly saying that you need to keep a line active for very long in order to get the deal. In theory, you could sign-up for a new line to get the discount, then cancel that line after a month and keep the phone for use on another line or AT&T-powered wireless provider. This is the AT&T model of the Galaxy S7 (SM-G930A), according to Cricket, so it should work on networks that are powered by AT&T’s bands.
Cricket says that supplies are limited, so you may want to hurry. (more…)
It has been three years since Samsung’s unveiling of the Galaxy Round, but it’s a device we will never forget. While other device makers were focusing on curving displays from top to bottom, Samsung was working on left to right. Because of this innovative thinking, the Galaxy Round was coined the Galaxy Taco. Pretty fitting, if you ask us. (more…)
We now know the name of the processor you will want to see in all of next year’s flagship devices – the Snapdragon 835 from Qualcomm. Announced this morning, Qualcomm’s latest high-end chip, which is replacing the Snapdragon 820 and 821 as the company’s high-end mobile chip, is built using Samsung’s 10nm FinFET process technology. (more…)
Samsung Pay is introducing a rewards program for users this week, one that will have you racking up points for redemption towards new Samsung products, Visa prepaid cards, or even trips to Napa Valley or Las Vegas.
Samsung Rewards works like many other credit card rewards programs, but the added bonus is that it works for debit cards, too. Provided you use Samsung Pay to make a plentiful amount of purchases throughout the course of a month, you earn points on your Samsung account. There are varying loyalty tiers of point earning, such as double or even quadruple point earning, depending on how many purchases you make via Samsung Pay. (more…)