If the Galaxy Note 7 hadn’t been recalled, we may not be as interested in early rumors and possible codenames for the Galaxy Note 8, but dang it, we miss that phone, so any potential information floating around always catches our ear. The latest, reported by SamMobile, regards a codename for the aforementioned, unconfirmed phablet device from Samsung. (more…)
Ever wonder what Samsung was doing with all of the faulty batteries from the Galaxy Note 7? Well, apparently, many of them were being housed inside of a Samsung SDI plant in China. According to recent reports, a fire broke out at said facility, located in Tianjin, but has been extinguished with no casualties reported. (more…)
Just a quick heads-up, but to those of you on Verizon who own a Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, S6 Edge, or regular S6, you should be on the lookout for a new update. In fact, the updates were posted yesterday and may have already arrived on your device. If so, just know that they are security patches and nothing more, according to Verizon’s support site.
Below, you’ll find software versions for each update in case you were curious as to whether or not you were on the current build. (more…)
Last night, just as we were signing off for the day, Samsung sent us an invite to their Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 press event. The event is scheduled to kick off in Barcelona on February 26 and will likely feature a new Galaxy tablet. (more…)
Verizon pushed out a whole bunch of updates to its phones and tablets this week. Since most are minor, but a number of you have emailed us wondering what they are, we thought a post that gathers them all would be helpful. If you own a Moto Z, LG G5, one of the G Pad tablets, or a Galaxy Tab S2, jump below. (more…)