Samsung Galaxy J4 goes on sale for less than $200

The first of the four Galaxy J series smartphones that Samsung is expected to unveil by the end of this month, the Galaxy J4 might have already gone on sale. Although the device hasn’t been officially introduced, a Ukrainian retailer is already selling the Galaxy J4 for around $185.

The listing contains information about its specs as well, so if you haven’t read about the Galaxy J4 before, here is a quick rundown of what it has to offer. First off, the Ukrainian retailer is selling the dual-SIM version of the smartphone.

Furthermore, the phone sports a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display …


Sunrise Gold Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ coming to the US after all

Samsung unveiled two new colors for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ but said they will only be available in select markets. The Burgundy Red and Sunrise Gold versions of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ aren’t supposed to be launched in the United States, at least that’s what we thought after Samsung’s announcement.

The handset maker confirmed the Burgundy Red Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be available in China and South Korea starting this month, while the Sunrise Gold is expected to arrive in June in select markets across Europe, Australia, and Asia. Specifically, the Sunrise Gold version …

Samsung resumes rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo update for Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Samsung kicked off the rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge not many weeks ago, but a few days ago the South Korean company announced it has put deployment of the update on hold due to some issues.

Apparently, a number of Galaxy S7/S7 edge devices (international version) have rebooted unexpectedly soon after people updated them to Android 8.0 Oreo. Well, it looks like after investigating the issue, Samsung managed to find the cause and even patch it.

Earlier today, Samsung confirmed it has resumed the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Oreo update rollout, so if you …

Deal: The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are $200 off at Samsung Store (Verizon models)

Samsung most recent flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are on sale at Samsung Store. If you’re looking to buy a new Samsung top-tier handset, this is the best place to shop. Samsung Store offers some of the best deals on many of the flagships the South Korean company launched in the last few years.

Usually, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ flagships sell for $720 and $840, respectively, but Samsung has both of them on sale for just $520 and $640, so customers purchasing either of the two will save $200.

Keep in mind that while deal doesn’t require a trade-in, only the Verizon models …

Budget Galaxy J4 (2018) appears online in new set of press renders

New renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy J4 (2018) have appeared, revealing two color variants. Samsung has already confirmed that the new Galaxy J6 (2018) will be making its first official appearance next Monday, May 21. Nevertheless, the company reportedly has plans for more Galaxy J-branded devices such as the new Galaxy J4, which has just leaked out thanks to various press images.

Checking out the photos, Samsung’s upcoming budget offering will stick to a more traditional 5.5-inch, 16:9 AMOLED display panel. This means thicker bezels will be featured around the display, although this …

Generous: trade in your old phone with Verizon, get an iPhone X, Galaxy S9+, Pixel 2 for up to 50% off!

With Memorial Day coming up, it’s a great time for various retailers to boost sales by offering some cool discounts. And Verizon has a generous one for us — trade in your old phone, get up to 50% off for a brand-new flagship! This goes for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X, LG V30, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

Of course, the amount you get discounted depends on what kind of phone you will be trading in as well as its general condition. If it works and has no cracks — you should be fine. The discount only counts if you pay for your new device …

Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 could become official in late July according to report

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could make its official debut in late July. Despite the Samsung Galaxy S9 series recently reaching the 1 million sales milestone in South Korea, shipments are reportedly lagging behind Samsung’s initial expectations. Because of this, one new report claims the smartphone giant will bring forward the launch of the Galaxy Note 9.

In actual fact, the new information claims Samsung will be officially unveiling the Galaxy Note 9 one month earlier than usual, towards the end of July, with sales of its next flagship reportedly beginning mid-August. This decision will ultimately …

Samsung's AI chief confirms Bixby 2.0 will be launched alongside the Galaxy Note 9

There’s no doubt that Samsung plans to continue to improve its advanced Bixby platform, especially that most competing companies are trying to lure customers with their own AI platforms. Back in February, Samsung’s CEO confirmed the next version of Bixby will be launched alongside the South Korean company’s second flagship for 2018.

Today, Gray G. Lee, head of the AI Center under Samsung Research told Korea Herald that the next flagship smartphone coming from his company, the Galaxy Note 9 will include an improved version of Bixby.

He went on to say that Bixby 2.0 will offer enhanced …

Latest Samsung Galaxy S9 video ad throws a barrage of jabs at Apple's old and new iPhones

Samsung has never been afraid to take jabs at Apple, but its latest video ad for the Galaxy S9 can be safely presumed a clear declaration of war.

The spot called “Moving On” depicts the daily struggles of a woman struggling with her dated Phone 6. Slowdowns, no waterproofing, and general software inconsistency are a couple of the maladies that seemingly hurt the poor damsel in distress. 
The video ad culminates when the device gets taken to an Apple Store, where an Apple Genius inquires the woman if she has been thinking of upgrading to the …

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 spotted in benchmark listing with Snapdragon 835 CPU

A sequel to Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is already in the works and we might not have to wait too long to see it in stores. Our first report about the Galaxy Tab S4 dates from February, but it was only early this month that we’ve got confirmation that the tablet is real and it’s likely to be unveiled very soon.

Today, we’ve discovered another piece of the puzzle in the form of a benchmark listing that reveals some of the Galaxy Tab S4’s hardware. First off, the slate is listed with model number SM-T835, but since Samsung will launch at least two variants (Wi-Fi only, LTE), we’ll probably find …