Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime officially launched

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Blue Samsung Galaxy S5 to arrive August 17th in the US

To give the current Samsung flagship a touch of style, a Blue colour variant of the device will be making its way soon. The Blue version of the Galaxy S5 will however bring such fun to customers and will be available only in the US market, in the initial phase at least, via Best Buy. The Galaxy S5 has been on sale for quite a few months now, and it is not often that Samsung pulls off something like this.
However, the Galaxy S5 isn't known for its style anyway; Samsung would want to change that. Other flagships such as the HTC M8 and the LG G3 do have a bit more ‘oomph’ as they say, with their unique exterior looks. Samsung, however, has chosen to stick to the tried and tested design it’s been using for a while now.
If you're confused what’s different from the already available blue version, it’s the front the new Blue comes with monotone whereas the existing one has a black front. It'll be available on a 2 year contract on Sprint, Verizon and AT&T, with a $99 price tag if bought within a week from launching
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Samsung Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 confirmed for 3rd September to unveil Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Vietnam manufacturing Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 confirmed for 3rd September to unveil Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 Galaxy Note 4
Earlier this week there were reports that said that Samsung has started sending out invitations for its Galaxy Note 4 launch event ahead of IFA in Berlin. Today the company has officially officially announced its Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 that happens in Berlin, Beijing and New York simultaneously on September 3rd. The invite reads Ready? Note the Date! and there are four app icons around the Unpacked box that clearly says it’s going to be the Note 4.
So far we have heard several rumors regarding the Note 4 such as 5.7″ Super AMOLED Quad HD screen,  64-bit Samsung Exynos 5433 processor or Snapdragon 805 processor,  16-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization (OIS), new S-Pen and software features, 3GB RAM, 32 GB storage with expansion slot and more. It is not clear if it would be waterproof like the Galaxy S5.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 and the Gear series of wearable devices at the Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 in Barcelona earlier this year. Along with the Note 4, Samsung it expected to unveil its Galaxy VR headset at the IFA.
It starts at 3PM CEST (6:30 PM IST) on September 3rd. Samsung would live stream the event on their YouTube channel as usual.
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Apple and Samsung to end all their patent disputes outside the US

Samsung and Apple announced in a joint statement that they will drop all ongoing patent lawsuits outside the U.S. However, the smartphone rivals have not yet settled the dispute. The two companies have sued each other in a total of eight countries viz, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Netherlands, the UK, France, Vietnam and Italy, and all these cases are being dropped, without being settled and without any cross-licensing agreements being negotiated.
“Apple and Samsung have agreed to drop all litigation between the two companies outside the United States. This agreement does not involve any licensing arrangements, and the companies are continuing to pursue the existing cases in U.S. courts.”
read the joint statement from both the companies.
Their dispute started in 2011, when Apple first sued Samsung in the U.S. for copying features of the iPhone. In the U.S., Apple still biggest victory against Samsung with $930 million in August 2012. While the second one came in May this year when the Jurors concluded that Samsung owed Apple only $119.6 million in damages for violating three patents, far below the $2 billion that it had demanded in total. They also decided that Apple owed Samsung $158,400 for violating two patents.
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Samsung Vietnam manufacturing announced Galaxy S5 broadband LTE-A with 5.1-inch QHD display

Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A
Samsung Vietnam manufacturing has finally unveiled the Galaxy S5 broadband LTE-A in Korea as expected. It has a 5.1-inch (2560 x1440 pixels) Super AMOLED display, powered by a 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat). It has 3GB of RAM, compared to 2GB RAM on the Galaxy S5. Other features are similar to the Galaxy S5, including a 16-megapixel rear camera with LED Flash and a 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera. 
Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A launch
It supports LTE Advanced that would offer download speed of up to 225 Mbps. It has IP67 ratings for dust and water resistance, Finger Scanner for a secure, biometric screen locking feature and mobile payments and a built-in heart rate monitor.
Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A
Samsung Galaxy S5 broadband LTE-A Specifications
  • 5.1-inch (2560 x1440 pixels) Super AMOLED display
  • 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with Adreno 420 GPU
  • Android 4.4.2 (KitKat)
  • 16MP rear camera with LED Flash
  • 2.1MP front-facing camera
  • IP67 ratings for Dust and water Resistance.
  • Dimensions: 142.0 x 72.5 x 8.1mm; Weight: 145g
  • 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory, expandable up 128GB with microSD
  • S Health 3.0, Heart rate sensor
  • 4G LTE-A (up to 225 Mbps) / 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2X2 MIMO), Bluetooth v4.0 LE, GPS
  • 2800 mAh Battery
The Samsung Galaxy S5 broadband LTE-A comes in Copper Gold, Charcoal Black, Shimmery White and Electric Blue and Glam Red (SKT only) and is priced at 940,500 won (US$919 / Rs. 55340 approx). It would be available starting from June 19th through Korean operator SKT and would be rolled out through KT and LGU + later.
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Samsung Galaxy K zoom Photo Gallery

Samsung Galaxy K zoom-12
Samsung Vietnam manufacturing  launched the Galaxy K zoom, successor of last year’s Galaxy S4 zoom in India earlier this month, exclusively on Amazon for Rs. 29,999. We already brought you the unboxing and the benchmarks of the smartphone. Here we have the photo gallery and hardware walkthrough of the camera-centric smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy K zoom-4
The K zoom has a 20.7-megapixel camera Xenon Flash, BSI Sensor, Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) and 1080p video at 60fps.
Samsung Galaxy K zoom-7
It has a 4.4-44mm Samsung lens and 10x optical zoom.
Samsung Galaxy K zoom-8
The K zoom has a similar dimple-like design on the front that was first introduced in the Galaxy S5.
Samsung Galaxy K zoom-2
On the front the Galaxy K zoom looks like any other Samsung smartphone. It has a 4.8-inch 720p Super AMOLED display.
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It has an earpiece for voice calling, usual set of sensors and a  2-megapixel front-facing camera.
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It has Samsung’s signature home button along with capacitive touch buttons on either sides.
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It has chrome rim running on the sides. On the right side it has volume rockers, power button and a dedicated camera button.
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The microSD card slot is present on the other side so that you don’t need to remove the cover or the battery to change the card.
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On the top it has a 3.5mm audio jack and a secondary microphone.
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On the bottom there is a micro USB slot and the primary microphone.
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Under the plastic cover there is a 2,430mAh removable battery.
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It has a micro SIM slot under the battery. The K zoom has a range of connectivity options including 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Bluetooth v4.0 LE and GPS + GLONASS. We will be bringing you the complete review of the smartphone soon, in the mean time check out more images below.
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Apple iPhone 6 PCB leak hints at on-board NFC

Now that most of the major stuff such as screen, processor etc... has been leaked a million times, the rumour mill is now shifting its focus to radio. According to the latest iPhone 6 leak, the device could have something we've never seen on an iPhone before.
iPhone 6 nfc
Before you get your expectations high, let us tell you that it is NFC that we’re talking about. Android powered NFC phones have been around like since forever, but 2014 could be the first time that we see an iPhone that rocks an NFC chip. Apple are known to implement tech in their own manner (take for example their usage of Bluetooth) which has often been restrictive, so it will be interesting to see how they go about implementing NFC.
NFC hasn't particularly had a great run with smartphone enthusiasts, with not a lot of exclusive functionality. Google tried implementing the ‘Tap & Pay’ feature, which to say the least, has found users few and far between. Nonetheless, we look forward to seeing Apple use the NFC technology (if it has to happen indeed) in the coming months!
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New Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Benchmarks

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Benchmarks
Samsung manufacture Vietnam launched the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 tablet in India at Rs. 44,800 along with the Tab S 8.4. The Indian version is powered by a 1.9 GHz Exynos 5420 Octa ( A15 1.9 GHz + A7 1.3 GHz) processor with ARM Mail T628 GPU, similar to the Tab S 8.4 . It has a 10.5-inch (2560×1600 pixel) WQXGA 16:10 Super AMOLED display and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat). It has 3GB RAM and comes with and voice calling capabilities via SIM card slot. Let’s find out how it performs in a range of synthetic benchmark tests.
Quadrant Benchmark
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Quadrant Benchmark
It scored 21054 points in the Quadrant benchmark.
AnTuTu Benchmark 4
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 AnTuTu 4
It topped the AnTuTu Benchmark 4 by scoring 35071 points.
Vellamo 2.0 HTML5
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Vellamo 2 HTML5
It managed to score 1702 in the Vellamo 2 HTML5 browser benchmark and lies just behind the Tab S 8.4.
Vellamo 2.0 Metal
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Vellamo 2 Metal
It scored 1183 points in the Vellamo 2 Metal CPU subsystem performance test.
Linpack Single Thread
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Linpack Single Thread
It clocked around 355.2 MFLOPS in the Linpack single thread benchmarks.
Linpack Multi-Thread
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Linpack Multi-Thread
It clocked around 763.1 MFLOPS in the Linpack Multi-Thread benchmark.
NenaMark 2
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 NenaMark 2
It clocked 59.8 fps in the NenaMark 2 GPU benchmark.
GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex (On screen)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex OnScreen
It managed to clock 14 fps in the GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex OnScreen benchmark.
Basemark X 1.0 HD (Onscreen)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Basemark X 1.0 OnScreen
It clocked around 7.3 fps in Basemark X 1.0 OnScreen Benchmark.
Basemark X 1.0 HD (Offscreen)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Basemark X 1.0 OffScreen
In Basemark 1.0 OffScreen benchmark, it clocked around 10.6 fps. In Basemark OS II, it scored 833 points. We will be brining you the gaming performance video and the complete review of the tablet soon.
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Version for World Cup 2014: Performance and Hardware

At launched the Samsung Galaxy S5 Version for World Cup 2014 is among the most powerful phones ever made. It uses the Snapdragon 801 processor, which is the upgraded version of the Snapdragon 800 chipset we saw in top-end phones of late 2013 like the LG G2

The Galaxy S5's particular iteration is a 2.5GHz quad-core model, clocked 200MHz faster than the Snapdragon 801 version we'll see in the UK versions of the Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8. As king of the Android castle, it's no great surprise that Samsung has done its best to keep onto its title with this bit of tech Top Trump-ery. 

In practice this won't make a great deal of difference, though, and the Sony Xperia Z2 has another hardware advantage anyway. The Z2 has 3GB of RAM, the Galaxy S5 2GB. After Samsung plugged 3GB into the Galaxy Note 3, this was a little surprising. But we imagine it was a result of fairly intensive research into the real-world benefits versus the additional hardware cost. Well, hopefully. 

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After seeing relatively good day-to-day performance – for a TouchWiz phone – we gave the Galaxy S5 some more objective tests. In this time of benchmark duping by just about every phone-maker out there, exact benchmark results should be viewed with slight scepticism. But they can tell us whether a phone is performing as it should. 

In 3DMark with the Unlimited Ice Storm test, the Galaxy S5 scores 18,600. That's a little below the HTC One M8's score, but with HTC already having admitted to fiddling benchmarks with the phone, we're loath to come to any damning conclusions with this data. 

In Geekbench 3, the phone scores 2,908 points. This is slightly higher than the HTC One M8's score (2,840). This makes sense as it is a largely CPU-based benchmark, and the Galaxy S5 is after all 200MHz faster than the UK version of the M8. 

If we were to do down the Galaxy S5's abilities, it would only be because a more impressive CPU upgrade is already around the corner. Snapdragon 801 is a stop-gap upgrade between Snapdragon 800 and Snapdragon 805, due later in 2014. 

For more, read our Snapdragon 805 vs 801 vs 800 comparison

Snapdragon 801

The Snapdragon 801 is merely a supercharged 800. It has the same battery efficiency techniques and the same core components, but they are clocked a bit higher. As such, the 2014 flagships aren't really much more powerful than the LG G2, which currently sells for a good £150-250 less. But then hardly any normal people know that phone exists, it seems, though it's relative the Nexus 5 is widely popular.

For a few more real-world tests, we tried the Galaxy S5 out with some top-end games. Real Racing 3 shows the same minor frame rate drops we saw with the HTC One M8, seemingly confirming it's down to lacking optimisation on EA's part. Using a 'top-end' phone also makes us naturally keen-eyed for these sorts of things – the game still runs extremely well. 

A few other games we tried include Riptide 2 and Dead Trigger 2. The latter is a particularly good way to show off powerful phone hardware, with graphical elements like proper real-time shadows, complex water effects and reflections and real-time lighting effects. The Galaxy S5 handles it with relative ease. 

It's the screen – as much as the powerful processor – that makes the Galaxy S5 such a great gaming phone, though. The deep blacks, rich colours and large expanse of screen space make the phone hard to beat.
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Samsung Vietnam Manufacturing announced Galaxy S5 to get Android 4.4.3 update this month, S4 will follow in July

Samsung Galaxy S5 users will soon get the latest Android KitKat 4.4.3 update. It was reported last month that these two devices are being tested for the update. According to a leaked internal document found by Android Geeks, the update for Galaxy S5 is coming this month.
The leaked documents suggest that Galaxy S5 (SM-G900H) and the European model (SM-G900F) will be receiving the update in the month of June. In addition, the Galaxy S4 is also getting the latest version of Android KitKat in July. As per the document, LTE-A version of the Galaxy S4 (GT-I9506) with the Snapdragon 800 will receive the update next month.
Galaxy-S5-and-Galaxy-S4-Android-4.4.3 update
The news comes soon after Nexus and Google Play edition phones received the Android 4.4.3 update earlier this month. Along with them, Motorola also updated Moto X, G and E with the latest Android KitKat. The latest update to KitKat does not bring much addition except for a revamped dialer with lighter colour scheme. In addition it offers audio quality improvements and bug fixes.
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