Samsung Galaxy S8+ Logo Leaked on Twitter - PhoneDog

Mobile reporter Evan Blass earlier tweeted a photo of a branding logo that sported the same font, logo and colors Samsung used on the Note 7. Only this time, the leaked image showed the words "Samsung Galaxy S8+". If anything, the tweet leaked ...

T-Mobile Unveils New “Tablet on Us” Offer - TmoNews

If you've been planning to pick up a new tablet, now is the best time to do it. Earlier today, T-Mobile unveiled their Equipment Installment Plan that makes it easier for you to pick up your favorite devices. As of this writing, they are currently ...

Leaked photos show just how sexy Samsung's Galaxy S8 could look - Mashable

Though we already got a glimpse of what the S8 will supposedly look like last month, newly leaked photos give us a closer look at the phone's shape front glass panels — and depending on your taste, it's either going to be the hottest phone ever ...

Samsung Galaxy A5 + A3 (2017) video preview! - Android Central

Samsung's high-end phones, like the Galaxy S7, are great, but also expensive, and the Galaxy A series has traditionally been about creating a leaner product at a more affordable price. Samsung has just launched the 2017 refresh of the Galaxy A3 and A5 ...

There's some bad news in WSJ's new Galaxy S8 report - BGR

Like many of its predecessors, the Galaxy S8 is one of the worst-kept secrets in the industry. In spite of Samsung's desire to put a stop to leaks, we think we know pretty much everything there's to know about the upcoming handset. In fact, a brand new ...

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro - LetsGoMobile (press release)

S amsung releases C-Serie Galaxy phone in India - Samsung Mobile has released the Galaxy C9 Pro, its all-new smartphone that comes loaded with 6GB RAM, 16MP front and back digital camera and 6” FHD sAMOLED display. The Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro ...

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro smartphone officially launched - LetsGoDigital

Latest consumer trends were factored in to design the Galaxy C9 Pro. According to domestic trends, more users prefer larger screen smartphones. Further, the needs of Indian users, who are now moving to their second or third smartphone, have evolved and ...