Samsung has been releasing smartphones one after another. This seems to be a very effective strategy by Samsung to restore its reputation that was marred by the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. This move seems to be working for the company perfectly. Slowly but steadily, Samsung its regaining its reputation. The credit goes to its new smartphones.
Now Samsung has unveiled its new ‘J’ series smartphones, the Galaxy J7 Max. It features a new service called Samsung Pay Mini. This service is a toned-down version of Samsung Pay mobile payments standard. It is designed for phones, which do not have in-built NFC. It supports mobile wallets and UPI for online payments, but does not work with regular swiping machines for ’tap and pay’ offline payments.
Samsung has come up with an upgraded version of its flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro. This new phone is equipped with exceptional features and you would definitely love it. In this latest model, the Samsung J7 Pro, processing strength is added to improve its performance. It is the perfect combination of good features with attractive looks. This device comes with a non-removable Li-Ion 3600 mAh battery enabling up to 24 hours (3G) talk time. It also provides up to 91 hours of music playback.
Samsung has come a long way to cement its position among the giant players in the smartphone market worldwide. Today, tech savvy consumers are more inclined to use Samsung’s smartphones. The company has maintained the standards of previous devices, and is coming up with advanced as well as upgraded feature-rich mobiles.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will most probably roll out in the month of August 2017. It is the next phablet flagship from the South Korea-based consumer electronics giant. Its earlier than expected launch will reportedly make the smartphone broadly available in global markets by September. It might also take on its biggest rival, Apple, which is likely to launch the iPhone 8 in September. There are several exceptional features of Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Let’s have a look at them:
Display and screen of Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen
Size is 5.7 inches
Resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels
Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Protection
The specifications of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 includes a 5.7 inch display screen size with 3840*2160p resolution and stunning Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for display protection. The device is expected to be shipped with Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual standby) with dust/water proof to over 1.5 meters and 30 minutes. The Company has once again made the Note series known for its pioneering screen.
Samsung has now returned to competition in the smartphone market with the Samsung Galaxy S8. After the failure of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is a make or break smartphone for the company. A lot of users throughout the world are now interested to get their hands on this Samsung Galaxy S8 immediately after its launch.
At the same time, a lot of users in New York got their hands on this much-awaited flagship smartphone of Samsung. They were ecstatic. But their happiness disappeared as soon as they noticed a critical issue related to the facial recognition security feature of the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Taking this into consideration, it is really hard to explain why Samsung Galaxy smartphones are the fantasy of smartphone lovers in every corner of the globe. Samsung is seriously expecting the Samsung Galaxy S8 to be a big win for the company to restore the faith of customers broken by the disaster of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung is one of the largest smartphone makers in the world. The last few months have really been very difficult for Samsung due to the failure of its Galaxy Note7 Edge smartphone in the global smartphone market. A lot of other smartphone giants like Apple INC. fed on it. Now the company is likely to rebuild its reputation once again in the global smartphone market.
The Rumor Mill is Running Hot
According to the rumors going around the internet, Samsung is soon coming out with the Galaxy Grand Prime+ smartphone. All of the Samsung smartphone lovers must keep their fingers crossed and hope that a battery explosion or any other problem does not become the premiere feature of Samsung’s Galaxy Grand prime+.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime+.
Believing the rumors, you will hear that the company is about to launch its Galaxy Grand Prime with plenty of very smart specifications. Let’s take a good look at some of its specifications below:
5.0 Inches display Size
Android Operating System (Marshmallow)
Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53 processor
Micro SD Card Slot
32 GB Internal Memory
256 GB Expandable memory
8 MP Primary camera
5 MP Selfie shooter
3.0, A2DP Bluetooth
Support for Wi-Fi, GPS, Radio, Wi-Fi Direct and hotspot
Samsung, an established leader in the global smartphone market, has recently recalled its Galaxy Note7 Edge smartphone from the market. The company seems to have taken this step to improve customer’s smartphone experience after a lot of customers have complained about the Samsung Galaxy Note7 Edge’s battery explosion while charging. This is not a good time for the company at all!
“Rethink what a smartphone can do” This is the slogan of Samsung for its Galaxy Note7 Edge Smartphone. After facing battery explosion issues related to the phone, a lot of customers must be realizing what a smartphone actually can do.
Samsung has done it again. With the unveiling of Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro which stands confidently among other strong devices in this competitive market, the company has proved again that the style and performance does not always need to be expensive. The company is known for its quest to bring advanced products every time for its users and in this league, On7 Pro has emerged as a Pro.
Quick highlights: The intelligent S bike mode ensures your safety while you are driving by keeping unwanted calls at bay. Due to a powerful quad-core processor, the robust device can handle a range of apps, supports multi-tasking and lets you play 3D games at faster speeds.
The company introduced the Z3 quite some time back which was well received by a good number of users. To compensate the shortcomings of the Z3, the company has come back with a bang. As the name suggests, the latest business edition of the Samsung Z3 comes with upgraded specs along with major attention on business security.
For any business user, security of data on the device itself holds the utmost importance. For this, Samsung has introduced a device that is certified safe and prevents unknown persons from accessing confidential data on the phone without permission.
Highlights: The Tizen powered device comes as a breath of fresh air in a market dominated by Android and iOS. The major highlight of the device is security for data. The Qualcomm MSM8916 CPU is significantly more powerful and faster than the Spectrum chip found in its counterpart. It supports dual SIMs and runs on the Tizen OS Version 2.4 Operating system with Tizen UX 2015, including a fast-performance Adreno 306 MHz GPU.
Some of the amazing specs of the Z3 Corporate Edition are listed below:
Tizen OS, v2.4
8GB internal memory
5.0 inch touchscreen display (~69.7% screen-to-body ratio)
Expandable memory up to 128GB via microSD card
8MP rear camera
5MP front camera
720 x 1280 pixels (~294 ppi pixel density)
Removable battery with 2600 mAh capacity
2GHz Quad Core Processor
Colors: Black, Silver, Gold
Display: This edition comes with a 5.0 inch 720p super AMOLED display including 16 million colors. The display supports a resolution of 720×1280 pixels at 294 ppi, thus projects sharper and clearer videos and images. It comes in dimensions of 141.5×69.9×7.9mm and weighs around 137 grams. The outer layer is in the form of plastic that is curved on both sides and is protected by a metal frame. With a sandstone pattern finish back cover and soft-matte design back panel, the device furnishes an elegant look.
Camera specifications: Get better picture quality with a rear camera of 8MP and an f/2.2 aperture. The front camera holds a similar aperture with 5MP capacity. Other amazing specifications comprise digital zoom, geo-tagging, face detection, touch focus, panorama, face beauty, HDR, voice capture, smile detection, dream shot, gesture shot and many more features. Also, it allows you to capture 1080p@30fps HD video recording.
Wide range of Connectivity: The corporate edition supports 4G LTE in contrast to the original model which has compatibility for 3G. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, DLNA, Dual Band, GPS-A, GPRS, GLONASS, WiFi Direct, Bluetooth 4.1, with BLE, Type-C USB, (MHL-3 TV-out) and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps, HSDPA 42 Mbps, LTE CAT12 600Mbps DL. Sensors include accelerometer and proximity.
Powerful battery: It is equipped with a Lithium-Ion removable battery of 2600mAh at 7.9mm device thickness powered to provide a talk time of up to 8 hours once fully charged, a stand-by time up to 260 hours and 5V/1A charging output.
Samsung’s second experimentally screened phone is out and has got people talking. Yes, the phone with a properly curved screen has its targeted audience in for a surprise. If you look at the basic shape and concept, the curved-screen uniquely comes out as a fresh innovation. But the phone draws so many features from the Galaxy Note 4 that one wonders if the curved screen is the only new addition or is there more to anticipate from the new, unconventional handset.
The Galaxy Note Edge is an attention grabbing piece with its subjective and divisive curves. The screen looks great, with the punchy contrast and sharpness that has been a Samsung flagship pillar for years.
Going head to head with the Note 4, the Note Edge boasts of the same high-resolution (2,560 × 1,600) screen as well as a 2.7GHz processor. A similar 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (and a 64GB option), with a microSD slot for expansion also confirms how close one is to the other. The phone’s battery, however, stays a little behind the Note 4. A slightly smaller 3,000mAh pack powers this special edition Note, as compared to 3,220mAh offered in the Note 4.
Although slightly more expensive as compared to the Galaxy Note 4, the phone is beautiful with its high-resolution curved display. Most of the features and looks are pretty similar to Galaxy Note 4. It has nearly all the same design touches and material finishes as the Note 4. The phone provides a long battery life and definitely has an excellent camera.
Samsung certainly stood for no compromises while designing the imaging capabilities of the Note Edge. The new model boasts a 16-megapixel camera, with Samsung’s “smart OIS” that is intended to increase the light (and detail) in low light areas. The front-facing camera is also a top-end sensor compared to the competition, 3.7 megapixels with an f/1.9 lens.
Overall, Samsung has provided the Galaxy Edge user with some of the best components beneath that unique display: 3GB of RAM to ensure multitask windowing runs smoothly, and a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor to back it up.
Having experienced working on small gadgets fitting snugly in our pockets, we now enter the era of the phablet. The device that makes all other phones seem comically small is slowly becoming people’s favorite and an unexpected hit.
The bigger and better handset by Samsung may not be artwork but can certainly be termed a beautiful device. The Note 4 is quite usable as it has been made very thoughtfully. Even though bigger in size, it fits in your hands pretty nicely such that the buttons and the screen are intuitively placed and easily accessed. The stylus is almost invisible until you pull it out and unlock the device.
For those looking for Samsung’s traditional removable battery or SD card slot, the device won’t disappoint them. The thin back slips off effortlessly and reveals the strong 3220 mAh battery and a small slot for a MicroSD card. Although the back cover appears to be too thin and flimsy, it is sturdy enough to keep things safe in the back of the device.
The screen, which is a full 5.7 inches, displays 2,560 x 1,440 pixels at 515ppi. With such great specs, it offers a great experience for reading, drawing, and general use. For a phablet, the screen is actually the best part and is great for people who can’t see the font on smaller phones. As far as the phone’s camera is concerned, Samsung deserves accolades for packing so many pixels onto such a small surface. It has a Snapdragon 805 processor that runs a Quad-core Krait 450 CPU at up to 2.7 GHz per core. Flaunting such high-end specs, the phone assures fast service for everything.
Samsung has packed an entire laptop’s worth of features into its package of phablets and has indeed done a good job of it. The device is a solid, useful, and usable phone designed for users who need a bit more real estate or at least for those with big hands. For many, the device promises to make them phablet converts, and this is certainly the best of the breed.