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At last, after too many teasers, Samsung decided to show us a small side-glimpse its upcoming flagship Galaxy S6. The Latest video Teaser from the Korean company official YouTube channel titled "Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2015 - The Next Galaxy" hints that the upcoming handset will feature metal body with no borders.
The latter could be a subtle reference to the much rumored Edge variant of the smartphone, or a nod to the design of its top and bottom (see photo above). Samsung Galaxy S6 will debut in a tad over a week, on March,1st in Barcelona. You can watch the Teaser Video below.
Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's Academy Award-winning film Birdman is a dark comedy set almost entirely in one theater and shot to look like a single take. Iñárritu's follow-up film is pretty much the polar opposite of that, although it's Oscar ambition seems equally apparent.
The Revenant, "inspired by true events," stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass, a 19th century frontiersman who was mauled by a bear and left for dead by his expedition group (which includes Tom Hardy). The trailer is heavy on tension, ambience, beards, drums, and heavy breathing.
Samsung tweeted a new teaser just a few days ago and that little tweet has confirmed what the rumors had been saying all along; the Next Galaxy is going to be unveiled on February 21. One can argue that Samsung has not mentioned anything specifically about the upcoming S7, but most of us are sure that it is indeed the Galaxy S7 that we are being "teased" about. After all, what else could the box that the guy wearing the Samsung VR glasses is reaching for contain other than the Next Galaxy S7?
As far as we know, the Galaxy S7 will not stand alone in Barcelona because the Galaxy S7 Edge+ will be unveiled alongside it at the same event. We are not saying that these are the only two pieces of tech that we will see the Korean giant launch at the Samsung Unpacked 2016 event, but these two are definitely the top candidates. If you are as excited as we are about the event then we have more good news for you. Samsung will host livestreaming of the entire affair, so that everyone who is interested can join in on the action live at Samsung.com.
If you want to know all that has been "leaked" so far or what the rumors are saying regarding the S7, check out our other articles because we have got everything covered.
PhoneArena just published a leaked image that was supposedly taken from an upcoming official Samsung teaser and sent to them by one of their anonymous sources. Provided that the leak is bang on, the image reveals two things to us. Firstly, it seems like Samsung will indeed be calling the next Note smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7. Apparently, this will be done in order to avoid any chances of the consumers thinking that it is behind the Galaxy S7 or the upcoming Apple iPhone 7, in terms of technology. Although it isn't written in text, one can see the "7" clearly in the image. The second revelation is quite self-explanatory as the leak contains the text, "WRITE ON THE EDGE OF SOMETHING GREAT." This of course, signifies the dual Edge display that we have been hearing about for a while now.
If this report is proper, then both popular theories about the Note 7 have turned out to be dead on, as per the trend with tech-rumors these days. The release date for the Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be set in the first week of August, but the unveiling will probably happen by the end of July.
Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
The rumors are out and about in full stretch regarding the Galaxy Note 8 and by now, we all have a pretty good idea about how the upcoming stylus wielding device from Samsung is going to look like. However, they are all mostly based on rumors and the excellent concepts that we have seen so far are after all, just unofficial concepts. As if to give credence to what we have seen so far, Samsung Exynos has just Twitted an image that might be teasing the Galaxy Note 8 itself!
The Exynos 9-series chip advertised here is accompanied by a smartphone which looks suspiciously like the Galaxy Note 8 renders and leaks that we have seen so far on the internet. You could argue that it's the Galaxy S8+ that we are seeing here, but I would disagree because of the following reasons.
1. Since it doesn't even have any buttons on the side, it is most obviously a mockup and if they wanted to accompany the Exynos 9 chip with an image of the S8+, they wouldn't need to make a mockup of the device since it is already out and about.
2. The top bezel looks even thinner than that of the Galaxy S8+
Do you think that Samsung has just teased us with our first look at the Galaxy Note 8? Let us know in the comments.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
Samsung has just released the first official teaser video for the Galaxy Note 8 and you can check it out above or directly at YouTube if you wish. It isn't the most revealing teaser we have ever seen from Samsung, but it's a good reminder that the first Note device after 2015, that you will (hopefully) be able to buy without worrying about it exploding on you is about to come into limelight in less than ten days from now. In case you didn't know already, Samsung will be unveiling the Note 8 at a Samsung exclusive even in NYC on August 23.
If you have been following us (which you most definitely should), then you already know what the Galaxy Note 8 will look like, if not, then take a look at some of the leaked live images here. The internals are no secret either with them being different from the Galaxy S8+ only in terms of the rear camera (the Note 8 will sport dual cameras), perhaps the RAM and of course, the famous S-Pen. What will be interesting to see at the event is the price at which Samsung decides to launch the Note 8 in the US. We have heard that it could cross the $1,200 mark in some countries like India! We will find out soon enough.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
We now know that the Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event in New York on the 9th of August, which makes it the perfect time for the company to be releasing a video teaser and Samsung did just that.
You can see the video for yourself on top, so we are skipping the part where I go through every scene in the 30-second clip! However, what was made obvious with the teaser is the fact that the Galaxy Note 9 will sport better life. Whether that improvement in battery performance will come in the form of better battery management or a significantly bigger battery is something that we will just have to wait and find out. Hopefully, it will be a combination of both, without any of the fiery issues which accompanied the infamous Galaxy Note 7 back in 2016! In any case, I could definitely use a bigger battery, since my S8 now needs to be charged twice a day, everyday after just a year.
Samsung has no intension to ever bring up or even mention the Galaxy Note 7 and that fact was made obvious in their latest Galaxy Note 9 teaser. As the tiny ten-second teaser continues, we see all the Galaxy Note Devices for a few milliseconds each, up until the words "Pen" and "New?" pops up on screen subsequently, followed by the text "Note 9." However, in what is a somewhat amusing yet understandable move, Samsung has not added the infamous Galaxy Note 7 to that list!
Given that the phone literally blew up in their customers' faces, that doesn't come as a huge surprise of course. Nevertheless, one can't help but notice the denial all the same. The real question that I have is why would Samsung take this route for the teaser where talk of the Note 7's absence would only make the infamous black sheep of the Note family even more infamous. Unless Samsung believes in no publicity is bad publicity, I would say it's not a very smart marketing move on their part.
The first "Jurassic World" movie trailer isn't set to arrive until Thanksgiving, but Universal Pictures is giving us our first taste of the film right now.
The latest teaser includes the very first footage from the film seen yet, and that includes glimpses of dinosaurs, Chris Pratt, the park, and some crazy new vehicles that make the multi-colored Jeeps of old seem mundane by comparison.
The film, which sees visitors return to Jurassic Park 22 years after the events of the first movie, will hit theaters in June 2015. Watch the Trailer Video below!
It's Here, the first official Teaser Trailer of the Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens movie. After many years away from the big screen, Star Wars will be back next year with a new movie Episode set to release on December,2015.
Written and directed by JJ Abrams, "Episode VII: The Force Awakens" picks up after the events of the first "Star Wars" trilogy. Original series stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford are back in the roles that made them famous, joined by a cast of young whippersnappers including Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Adam Driver and Domhnall Gleeson. Watch the Teaser Video below!
As Oppo gains more and more mindshare with its nicely built, attractive, and capable devices, the pressure mounts to keep the software fresh, and that has proven to be a little bit of challenge so far with the Find 7 devices.
Oppo likes to cater to the tinkerers and developers out there, and its active forums have all manner of discussions about how to do things with Oppo's products. In catering to this crowd however, Oppo also does not push a lot of over-the-air updates for ColorOS, favoring instead to release stable builds or Betas to be manually loaded and installed on devices. Fortunately, the process is literally as simple as downloading a file, connecting the phone to your computer, and then initiating the update on the device itself.
With the last big update to ColorOS 2.0.0i for the Find 7/7a this past October, the devices finally had firmware based on Android 4.4 KitKat, as well as a long list of changes to the user experience. With this update teaser to ColorOS 2.0.4i, based on Android 4.4.2, the Find 7 and Find 7a get a bunch of new wallpapers and the ability to presort apps. The task manager has been enhanced a bit too. Check the Teaser Video below!
We already posted first Exclusive Teaser of the Lexus Hoverboard, which the company's claims it's the World's first ridable hoverboard. Today, Lexus published the 2nd Teaser showing its hover board "floating on air", giving us a closer look at it.
This "Back to the future" Hoverboard is using a very complicated superconductive technology. The team is using magnetic levitation with liquid nitrogen-cooled superconductors and permanent magnets to give the hoverboard frictionless movement of a kind that had been thought impossible.
Lexus is said to officially announce this hoverboard later this year and we are waiting on fire for it. Check out the two mind-blowing Teasers below.
Today, Samsung released a Teaser poster shows a rounded design Smartwatch, the Korean company didn't release any smartwatches this year. Samsung's upcoming Smartwatch is codenamed "Orbis", and will be called "Samsung Gear A". It will come with a round screen, unlike all of its predecessors.
Samsung confirmed that the Gear A will pack a round display through an official press release, the PR is announcing that the software development kit (SDK) for its next smartwatch will be out before the wearable itself launches.
In this way Samsung is inviting developers to design Apps for its new Rounded Smartwatch. Developers who are interested to take part in this effort can sign up at a dedicated website, and then wait for Samsung to contact them with more details.
The giveaway is in the image attached to said press release, which features only round app examples. So at least this is clear now. What's left to happen is for Samsung to actually announce the Gear A, and there's currently no telling when that will occur.
Last week, Samsung teased a new device called the Galaxy View tablet at the end of its IFA 2015 event, the Korean giant announced the new Gear S2 smartwatch with the first round facewatch.
The Samsung Galaxy View tablet will pack a 18.4-inch display and a 1080p resolution display, the short teaser showed only the front view of the device and the logo "Galaxy View" but no other details. However, we should expect this tablet to be officially announced before the end of this year.
According to the teaser and latest reports, Samsung Galaxy View will pack a 18.4-inch tablet with a 1080p touchscreen, a 64-bit Exynos 7580 chipset with 1.6 GHz octa-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, an 8MP rear camera, a 2.1 MP front-facing unit, and a 5700mAh battery. It will run Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Out-of-the-box.
In the last few weeks, LG made it clear that it's going to announce its next flagship smartphone LG G4 on April 28th, while also revealing some of the handset's features.
The LG G4 will feature a 5.5-inch Quad HD IPS display. However, LG mentioned that this is a new IPS panel, one that's brighter, while offering a wider color range. That's what LG is also telling us in its first G4 official teaser video, which was released a few hours ago.
The teaser video includes the G4 itself, though it's showing the device in a way that makes it impossible for us to properly study it. Anyway, from what we're seeing thus far, these leaked G4 images seem to be spot on. Check the Teaser Video below!
We have gotten a sneak peek at LG's upcoming Android Wear smartwatch, apparently known as the LG G Watch R. The video LG released earlier didn't really show much, other than brag about the fact that it will have a full circle Rounded display.
LG has now posted an image of the watch on its Facebook page, which gives a slightly better look at the watch. It is about as traditional looking as it can get and with the default watch face looks pretty much like any other watch.
A couple of days after the first Samsung Galaxy Note 4 video teaser went live, the company released the 2nd one today. The phablet is set to debut in less than two weeks, on September,3rd.
Once again, the teaser video focuses on the Galaxy Note family core feature its S Pen. Unlike last time however, when the video was focused entirely on the joys of handwriting, the new clip showcases more of the S Pen's features, as well as its overall integration into the TouchWiz UI.
Samsung released a video teaser of the upcoming Galaxy Note 4. The device will debut next month, on September,3rd at a dedicated Unpacked event that will take place simultaneously in three cities.
The teaser video is focused on the joys of handwriting. It ends with a "Ready to Note?" question and the date 9/3/2014. Watch the Teaser Video below!