News tagged: 'Wi-Fi Alliance'
Samsung has been fairly active in the Chrome OS space. The company has launched a handful of reasonably successful Chromebooks in the last couple of years. It has kept the momentum going this year as well by releasing the Chromebook Plus V2 and adding a backlit keyboard to the Chromebook Pro. It appears Samsung is […]read more »
From various leaks so far, we already know that Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy Tab S4 and the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2018) very soon. While we don’t have the official confirmation, some reports say these tablets might make an appearance at the IFA 2018 in Berlin, scheduled from August 31 to […]read more »
Samsung has dozens of models with dozens of variants in its smartphone lineup. While it helps Samsung to rake in more revenue by targeting different market segments, it also results in fewer and slower rollout of Android updates, frustrating the users. The pace of Android 8.0 Oreo rollout by Samsung is a perfect example for […]read more »
A little more than two weeks after it was spotted on the FCC’s online database, Samsung’s next-generation Tizen smartphone, the Samsung Z4 (SM-Z400F), has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Unfortunately, details about the Samsung Z4 are sparse. All we know for certain is that it’ll be the first device on the market to ship running the […]read more »