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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra massive leak shows entirely too much

It would appear that the leaks are coming early this year for the next-generation Samsung Galaxy S device collection. Today we see the Samsung...

Galaxy S21 FE production might be in better shape now

Companies that often make consumer products, especially consumer electronics, often attempt to hit a particular window of your time for launching new products. This...

Galaxy Flex Note patent has an ingenious idea for storing the...

The Galaxy Z Fold 3’s adoption of S Pen and Wacom technologies was widely praised, but its stylus treatment received the opposite feedback. Sold...

Galaxy S21 FE production is reportedly off to a bad start

Since fewer people will probably buy a Galaxy Z Fold 3 or Galaxy Z Flip 3 instead of the absence of a Galaxy Note...

Galaxy A13 5G 50MP camera might be the start of a...

A lot of attention is given to Samsung's high-end and costlier smartphones, which isn't surprising since that's what the company's marketing machinery tries to...

Galaxy S22+ specs leak almost reveals the entire confusing picture

With no "normal" flagship scheduled for the remainder of the year, Samsung fans could be looking forward to next year's Galaxy S22 for his...

Galaxy Z Fold 3 drop tests prove Samsung’s boast again

It has been a few months since the Galaxy Z Fold 3 first landed in consumers’ hands. The jury is already out, and Samsung’s...

Galaxy S22 leak says smaller display, sleeker body

The Samsung Galaxy S22 leaks are fully tilted this fall as we've finally jumped over the leak mountain that was the iPhone 13. The...

Galaxy S22’s small battery might match its small size

Although Apple adopted a four-phone strategy last year with the iPhone 12 series, Samsung didn't imitate. The Galaxy S21 offered only three models, eschewing...

Galaxy Buds 2 iFixit teardown hints at a disappointing trend

It has just about become expected that nearly all smartphones, especially high-end ones, aren't built to be easy to repair. Of course, they could...