News tagged: 'SM-G750'
All the leaks and rumors in the last few weeks have suggested that the Galaxy Mega 2 is very close to getting an official announcement, and today, we’re getting our biggest clue about the imminent arrival of the second generation of Samsung’s mid-range phablet lineup. The first firmware for the Samsung SM-G750 is now available online – that […]read more »
We’ve known that second-generation Galaxy Mega devices have been in the works for quite some time, and the smaller version of the upcoming Mega lineup has leaked quite a few times but has continued to remain somewhat elusive and still hasn’t been made official by Samsung. However, that could soon change, as the 5.9-inch variant […]read more »
Samsung seems to be working on more than just new Galaxy S5 variants, if a tweet by @evleaks is to be believed. According to the notorious leakster, a new device with model number SM-N910 is headed to AT&T in the U.S. – there’s no device name mentioned, but judging by the model number, it seems […]read more »
Samsung is expected to launch both a higher and lower-end variant of the Galaxy S5 in the form of the Galaxy S5 Prime (a tentative name) and the Galaxy S5 mini. Today, info obtained by GSMArena is confirming details on the displays of the two phones, details that we had already revealed in a couple […]read more »
Indian import export site Zauba is a veritable treasure trove of information when it comes to leaking unannounced Samsung handsets. The site listed 35 LCD display units for a device with a model number SM-G7508V, which could turn out to be Verizon’s variant of the Galaxy S5 Neo. Earlier this week, the same website listed a […]read more »
It was over a month ago that we came across the Samsung SM-G750, a device with flagship specs but a screen of standard 720p resolution, which suggested we might be looking at the Galaxy S5 Neo (or mini, depending on what Samsung decides to call it). We had thought at the time that Samsung was […]read more »
Could Samsung be preparing an answer to the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact, the first Android handset that sported high-end specs despite being a mini variant of a flagship phone? A phone with the model number SM-G750A seems to suggest so. According to the device’s user agent profile, it has a 720p display and a 2.3GHz […]read more »