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T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ are now receiving the November security patches - GSMArena.com

No, the calendar isn't lying to you, it is December. That said, Samsung has always released security updates for its older devices with some delay compared to its latest and greatest, and this time around the situation is no different. Following the ...and more »

LG G6 rumored to keep headphone jack, integrate the battery, and use glass in hardware - GSMArena.com

The LG G5 was not exactly the most popular device of the 2016. Its idea of modular hardware as add-ons to a smartphone was there, but sadly the implantation was not. LG's modular “Friends” and the addition of a second wide-angle camera was not enough ...and more »

We know what killed the Note 7. Here's how Samsung's Galaxy S8 can rise from the ashes - CNET

Samsung needs to make up for past mistakes. Josh Miller/CNET. Now that Samsung announced that two different battery problems caused its initially well-regarded Galaxy Note 7 to burst into literal flame, the company desperately needs a Phoenix phone ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy S8 to feature all-screen, bezel-free design—report - Ars Technica

Update, March 29: We have a final batch of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks ahead of its official unveil later today. These details stem from the phone's user guide, which was made available through Samsung's download centre a day early (it has since been ...and more »

Samsung Plans All-Screen Design in New Galaxy S8 Phones - Bloomberg

Samsung Electronics Co. will create an all-screen front for the Galaxy S8 smartphones coming out next year and scrap the physical home button, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. The bezel-less displays will provide more viewing real ...and more »

Samsung is basically making the Note 7 unusable in Canada - The Verge

If you live in Canada and are still, somehow, for some ridiculous reason, hanging onto a Galaxy Note 7, your days of using the phone for pretty much anything will soon be over. Samsung plans to make the Note 7 effectively unusable in Canada from next ...and more »

Samsung's next big phone will ditch the headphone jack and the home button, says report - Business Insider

Flickr/Răzvan Băltărețu Samsung will omit the 3.5mm headphone jack from its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, according to a new report from SamMobile. Instead, the report says, you'll have to use headphones that connect over USB-C, which ...and more »

Samsung's share of the high-end smartphone market may be starting to slip - Business Insider

Samsung and Apple remain the two biggest players in smartphones, but the last few months has suggested there are cracks in their respective foundations. Samsung is still dealing with the fallout of its Galaxy Note 7 debacle, and Apple appears to be ...and more »

Galaxy S7 edge now comes in Black Pearl color - SlashGear

What do you do to kill time for a few months when you can't actually launch a new product? Why dress up an old one, of course! That is precisely the situation that Samsung has found itself in after the tragedy that was the Galaxy Note 7. In order to ...and more »

Everything We Know About the Samsung Galaxy S8 So Far - TIME

Samsung is expected to unveil its first major smartphone since it recalled the Galaxy Note 7 as soon as March, according to the latest reports. The phone, which will presumably be called the Galaxy S8, is rumored to include a brand-new design, a ...and more »