Samsung Tomorrow teased a new Exynos announcement today via its official Exynos Twitter account. The tweet is very short, with just a teasing text and a cool picture.
The new Exynos chipset might be the rumored Exynos 5433 Octa-core 64-bit tipped to power the upcoming Galaxy Note 4. The 5433 chip is also rumored to pack an Intel model capable of Cat.6 LTE connectivity and an octa-core processor with four Cortex-A15 and four Cortex-A7 cores.
If all this rumors about Exynos 5433 are true, then the added LTE capabilities will allow Samsung to ship the device in even more markets than its previous Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 3 and Galaxy S5.
Samsung is leading the Smartphone Market, and the fast storage market too. Samsung unveiled its new 850 PRO SSDs a week ago and now we have the official prices of the new drives. They are built using a 3D V-NAND technology, which improves performance and energy efficiency. The drives achieve 550MB/s reads (100K IOPS) and 520MB/s writes (90K IOPS).
The 850 PRO series is launching in 53 countries in capacities ranging from 128GB to 1TB. Pricing starting from $130 for the 128GB SSD and $700 for the 1TB SSD, these prices are good considering the quality of the product.
It's been two years since Samsung release the Galaxy S III (2012) and you probably ready to renew your contract if you bought it from a carrier. Now, Samsung started an Ad campaign on YouTube to encourage Galaxy S III users to upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S5. You'll get more performance, better camera, better display, more features, latest Android version and longer support.
For the purpose of convincing Galaxy S III owners to upgrade to a Galaxy S5, Samsung has posted some video ads on its official YouTube channel. Each one focuses on a different area in which the new phone bests the old one.
Samsung lays everything out, though. We get to see that the S5 has a higher-res camera than its ancestor, and apparently that means you'll capture some amazing details in your pictures. HDR mode gets a shout-out too. Check the videos below!
We are still waiting for Samsung's Luxury Galaxy F series. Today, we got a little teaser, a sneak peak at the upcoming Galaxy F smartphone with all its unibody-metal glory. A new photo has been leaked, that clearly shows metallic sides. This leads us to the thought that, despite the S5 LTE-A announcement, the Galaxy F is slowly turning from a vaporware into a metal-clad warrior that we can't wait to meet.
The Samsung Galaxy F phone rumored Specs is a 5.5" Super AMOLED display with Quad HD resolution, and the newest Snapdragon 805 processor along with a 3 GB Ram but nothing is confirmed until the final release which will be by the end of this month.
The Upcoming Samsung flagship premium device with QHD display, Samsung Galaxy F, has been leaked on a press Render Photo (above) showing its Golden Premium Glory. Samsung already released Galaxy S5 LTE-A with QHD Display but this is completely New device, the first on the "F" family.
The new image allegedly reveals a Samsung Galaxy F in "Glowing Gold" which seems to be a different hue than the golden one that appeared last week. Like the render seen then, the new one shows the same September 12 date on the handset's home screen. Maybe that's when Samsung intends to announce the Galaxy F? We don't know for now, but that is a possibility.
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A, the Galaxy F reportedly has a metal-made body. Apart from that, though, it's said that the unannounced smartphone will offer similar features, including a Snapdragon 805 processor, and 3GB of RAM. However, the Quad HD display of the Galaxy F might be a bit bigger, measuring 5.3 inches, not 5.1 inches.