Watch the S6 v S6 Edge Hands-on Video Below!
The new boxes can be seen in the image above, and they're certainly simple and understated. Samsung's official hands-on videos each focus on one aspect of the two new smartphones.
The first video focus on the Design and the retail box, the second video focuses on the device's Hardware, the third and final video is focusing on the Camera. Make sure to Watch the 3 official video below, Enjoy!
Here's the first Official Hands-on and Unboxing video of the New two flagships has just been published on YouTube, the video shows the new boxes and some of the key features of the devices, watch it below!
HTC announced the One M9 flagship at the MWC 2015 with some new features and a slightly new design. HTC One M8 users might take a quick look at the One M9 and wonder what the differences are on the face of it not a great deal has changed ?
Well, the differences is the design is not much but in hardware and software, the differences are big enough... It is enough going on here to make the One M9 a potentially worthwhile upgrade from the M8. There are some key hardware changes which bump the M9 up above its predecessor by some margin. On the outside HTC has deliberately left the overall aesthetic largely untouched, because it wanted to keep that carefully honed image of a premium, high-grade exterior, expertly honed out of aluminium. Crucially it's now a bit tougher though.
Watch the Video below for a Full comparison between both the two Flagships HTC One M8 vs. HTC One M9.
The Nexus 6 is a big phone, the biggest Nexus Smartphone to date. You can tell that from the display size (5.95"). But nothing drives the point home than watching it being compared with phones that we are already familiar with.
This hands-on with the Nexus 6 and there are two images from the article that are worth focusing on. The first is the image above, where the Nexus 6 (6-inch) sits next to the iPhone 6 Plus (5.5-inch). Now the iPhone 6 Plus is a big phone, but the Nexus 6 isn't that much bigger despite packing half an inch of extra screen.
A Samsung Galaxy Note 4 short hands-on video appeared on YouTube. The video comes from Vietnam and features the phablet in a dummy box that conceals its design.
To the right of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is an S Pen stylus in a black/gold color scheme. The stylus has a button, same as before.
The device itself is the N910H, which should be based on Exynos 5433. Samsung's new chipset beat Qualcomm's Snapdragon 805 in leaked AnTuTu benchmarks. There's going to be a Snapdragon 805 version too. Watch it below!
Here we go, the first Hands-on Video of the HTC Nexus 9 is now online, from Vietnam. The video doesn't only show us the Amazing sleek Nexus 9 frame but also the new Android 5.0 Lollipop new User Interface for tablets along with New App drawer, notifications, icons and lock screen.
Despite repeating most of the shots and only featuring the Nexus 9 from afar or with the screen turned off most times, the video still manages to sneak in a few new bits of information. First is the Google Fit icon in the drawer, indicating that Google's fitness hub will finally see its own app launch with Android Lollipop, and second is that entirely new app drawer.
It pops with a nice animation on top of the homescreen, doesn't seem to take up the entirety of the screen, and offers a new cleaner white background. Check out the Video Below!
Samsung is working very hard to bring Android 5.0 Lollipop to its latest flagships, We've already saw the Galaxy S5 Lollipop update Build. Now it's time to see his older brother, Galaxy S4 Lollipop update build. The build already got a Hands-on treatment on a Video.
In terms of design, the Lollipop build of the Galaxy S4 is pretty much identical to that on the S5. You have the new notifications that appear on the lockscreen and everywhere else in the UI. The stock apps have been updated with new Material Design UI elements. The multitasking menu also has the new card-style layout.
In terms of performance, the build was said to be much faster than KitKat and better at managing memory. Watch the video below!
Samsung is planning on Updating its Latest flagship Phablet, the Galaxy Note 4 to Android 5.0 Lollipop by the End of this Month. Today, We got a closer look at a fully working Lollipop TouchWiz ROM on the Note 4 with a new look with a Hands-on Video too.
The general look and feel of the UI is still very much TouchWiz, to the point where most people will find them indistinguishable. There are only minor changes in the UI, most notably in the notification area, but that's pretty much it. Samsung is still sticking to its own UI design and only making minor modification to fit in with the new Material Design of Lollipop. Check the video below!
Samsung halted its Android 5.0.0 Lollipop updates, because its Now working on Developing on Google's latest Android 5.0.1 build. Samsung's Lollipop 5.0.1 Update packs some minor but important bug and security fixes to the previous 5.0.0 update that was released to the Galaxy S5 Poland users OTA last week.
The first 5.0.1 Updates will hit the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S5 LTE-A, Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge users. Check out the walkthrough Hands-on Videos Below that showcasing the latest Lollipop 5.0.1 BETA ROM builds for these Samsung devices.
These Updates should start Rolling-out Over-The-Air (OTA) by Early January,2015.