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Article inside Exclusive: Galaxy Note 5 is using Exynos 7422, 4GB of RAM after all

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There's been a lot of speculation recently regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and its hardware in particular. We've seen more and more contradictory bits of information as we get closer to the handset's rumored unveiling date in mid-August, but today we may be able to clear up some confusions.

Thanks to an anonymous tipster, we have received a screenshot of the system info tab in CPU-Z running on a Note 5. You can see this to the left.

The phone in question is a prototype of the international version, which will have the model number SM-N920F. This iteration of the next Galaxy Note will indeed come sporting Samsung's own Exynos 7422 chipset, as has been rumored before.

This has been said to be an improved version of the Exynos 7420 found in the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. Furthermore, it should be the first Samsung-made silicon to feature the modem on the same chip as the CPU and GPU.

Once again, it's confirmed that the Note 5 will have 4GB of RAM. It's also going to have 32GB of built-in storage in this version, though it's still unclear if a microSD card slot will be in there too.

Finally, it looks like the screen size and resolution will be kept identical to those of the phablet's predecessor, the Galaxy Note 4. That said, the Note 5's 5.7-inch QHD panel will surely receive some upgraded tech, as Samsung has done each year in the Note line.

At the moment, the prototype in question is running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which is the latest version Google has released so far. There's no reason to think the Note 5 will launch running anything else. Obviously though, expect to see Samsung's TouchWiz UI plastered on top, probably in a similarly toned down fashion to what happened for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge earlier this year.

Just a few hours ago we saw live images of a purported Galaxy Note 5 prototype, which confirmed that it won't get an auto-eject mechanism for the S Pen stylus.

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Article inside Samsung reportedly pushing Galaxy S6 edge+ over Note 5 in late 2015 lineup

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As a steady stream of leaks has shown, it appears Samsung will likely launch not one but two big-screened, high-end handsets this year — the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+. However if the latest reports from Korea are to be believed, it's the GS6 edge+ that'll consume of much of the company's marketing energies, not the latest in the long-running Note series. And it's even suggested that the Note 5 could see a limited or delayed international release as a result of the edge+ being the main focus of Samsung's fall lineup.

Today's report from The Korea Herald claims that the Galaxy S6 edge+ is headed for a global launch, while Samsung might opt for a more limited international release for the Galaxy Note 5.

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Sources said Samsung will roll out the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus globally, while the Note 5 will be launched in selective markets such as Korea and the U.S. where the sales of the previous Note models were traditionally strong.

A Samsung official was quoted by a Korean news outlet as saying: "Samsung has almost finalized the talks with global mobile carriers to release the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, but the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 has not yet been decided."
It's not the first time we've seen indications that the Galaxy Note 5 might not be available as widely as previous Notes. Two weeks ago SamMobile reported that software development for the European Note 5 had been put on hold.

The Korea Herald suggests that de-emphasizing the Note in favor of the curved-screen edge+ could help avoid a situation, as existed between the GS6 and GS6 edge, where the curved model eats into sales of the flat one. Naturally though, be bad news for longtime Note fans looking forward to S Pen functionality and rumored features like the larger 4,100mAh battery — at least in whichever countries are affected. While the U.S. and South Korea are name-dropped as markets where Notes have traditionally sold well, and thus areas likely to get the Note 5 right out of the gate, European buyers might not be so lucky.

http://www.androidcentral... te-2015-lineup

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Samsung beefs up curved-screen lineup

Tech giant to make more pitches for Galaxy S6 Edge Plus than Note 5

Riding on the popularity of its Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone, Samsung Electronics is beefing up its curved-screen lineup.

The Korean tech giant will launch its two new phablets -- Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5 -- on Aug. 13. According to industry sources on Monday, however, more marketing resources are expected to be poured into the bigger-screen version of its hot-selling Galaxy S6 Edge than the new Note.

Sources said Samsung will roll out the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus globally, while the Note 5 will be launched in selective markets such as Korea and the U.S. where the sales of the previous Note models were traditionally strong.

A Samsung official was quoted by a Korean news outlet as saying: “Samsung has almost finalized the talks with global mobile carriers to release the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, but the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 has not yet been decided.”

SamsungÂ’s new strategy aims to avoid another cannibalization between its two similar products after its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge gobbled up each otherÂ’s market shares.

Samsung has struggled to meet the strong demand for Edge phones overseas since its debut in April largely due to production constraints of the curved panel.

Industry watchers predict different targeting may help Samsung save unnecessary marketing costs for the new products, but they showed mixed outlook about the success of the bigger-screen Edge phone.

“The curved display may be an appealing design feature, but has no practical advantages,” said a market watcher.

Currently, users can check out incoming calls and text messages on the Edge screen.

Both the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and the Note 5 are expected to be equipped with 4GB RAM and an Exynos 7420 processor, again ditching the Snapdragon chipset of Qualcomm.
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Sure we all have mini-computers in our pockets that instantly connects us to the worldÂ’s most vast network in human history, but sometimes it still feels like weÂ’re living in the present. Well no more. Now, we have finally made it to the future. How so? Because the Yaskawa Motoman SDA10 Dual Arm Robot can cook and put together an egg breakfast sandwich. That looks delicious.
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Article inside Beijing cops shut down huge $19 million counterfeit iPhone factory

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Have you ever seen an iPhone on sale with a price that’s too good to be true? It turns out counterfeiting the iPhone is a profitable pastime in many parts of the world. But at least one massive counterfeit iPhone operation in China was recently shut down, as police raided a factory that produced more than 41,000 fake iPhones worth as much as $19 million.


Have you ever seen an iPhone on sale with a price that’s too good to be true? It turns out counterfeiting the iPhone is a profitable pastime in many parts of the world. But at least one massive counterfeit iPhone operation in China was recently shut down, as police raided a factory that produced more than 41,000 fake iPhones worth as much as $19 million.

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Disguised as a gadget maintenance shop, the company operated in the northern outskirts of Beijing and was apparently the brainchild of a married couple.

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The couple allegedly set up the factory in January, Reuters reports, by creating six assembly lines and hiring hundreds of workers to repackage second-hand smartphone components as iPhones for export.

Authorities seized 1,400 handsets and a large number of accessories during the May 14th raid after acting on a tip-off from U.S. authorities who seized some of the fake iPhones.

At this time, it’s not clear how many fake iPhones have reached the U.S. Reuters says that Apple’s newest handsets sell for at least $649, depending on the model, suggesting that the operation also made fake iPhone 6 units.

Reuters further explains that Chinese officials have taken a stiffer action to enforce intellectual property rights in the region by pushing firms to apply for trademarks and patents and going after fake devices.

China has often been criticized for the large number of knock-off products created in the region, including fake iPhones.



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13 hours ago

Video inside Samsung unveils world's first monitors that can wirelessly charge your smartphone

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With the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung brought a lot of fundamental changes to its flagship smartphone lineup. Aside from a revamped design, new build materials, and the omission of a microSD card slot in favour of faster UFS 2.0 internal storage, Samsung also said farewell to the removable battery, one of the traditional advantages of the Galaxy S series. To make up for what's only an average battery life by modern standards, Samsung equipped the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge with wireless charging. In fact, in an attempt to make sure that you wirelessly charge the Galaxy S6 series, Samsung made its two handsets compatible with both major wireless charging standards, Qi and PMA. Looking into the future, it seems very likely for the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ to come with native wireless charging capabilities.

It's in this context that Samsung has just announced the world's first monitors with embedded wireless charging docks. The two Samsung monitors in question are the 24-inch S24E370DL and the 27-inch S27E370DS. At the base of the monitor stands, Samsung placed a wireless charging dock that can provide power to your smartphone or any other Qi-compatible device.

Both monitors run at a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels and they both come with AMD's FreeSync technology, one that eliminates screen flickering by adapting the refresh rate of the monitor to the output of the GPU. Samsung also mentioned that its two new panels come 178-degree viewing angles, meaning that your co-worker will almost always be able to tell if you're actually doing some hard work or browsing 9GAG or breaking out a game of Solitaire. Other specs include a 4ms response time, as well as HDMI, DP and D-Sub ports.

At the moment, details are sparse regarding the two monitors, and we have no information regarding pricing or availability. We're likely to hear more about the two Samsung monitors in early September at IFA 2015 in Berlin.

The idea of integrating wireless charging docks in objects that usually serve another purpose is definitely not new. So far, Ikea seems to have the coolest wireless charging project of them all, furniture with embedded wireless charging docks.




At the moment, details are sparse regarding the two monitors, and we have no information regarding pricing or availability. We're likely to hear more about the two Samsung monitors in early September at IFA 2015 in Berlin.

The idea of integrating wireless charging docks in objects that usually serve another purpose is definitely not new. So far, Ikea seems to have the coolest wireless charging project of them all, furniture with embedded wireless charging docks.

source: Samsung via Engadget

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Video inside The Tiniest Windows Computer Yet! - Intel Compute Stick

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5 days ago

Image inside Working Units Of The Galaxy S6 edge Plus And Galaxy Note 5 Surface

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WeÂ’re happy to announce new leaked photos showing the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and the Galaxy Note 5. The photos, among other things, confirm the model number of the S6 Edge Plus.

That model number is SM-G928A, and the same screen also shows that the phone is running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. The model number was previously attached to the codename Project Zen.

The Galaxy Note 5 was previously revealed by Mobile Fun in a series of case leaks, showing off the phoneÂ’s size, design and features.

Here are the photos of the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus:






And here are the photos of the Galaxy Note 5:









We hope you find the images interesting! Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

New photos reveal Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5 | Mobile Fun Blog

 
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5 days ago

T-Mobile Annouces Advanced Messaging, iMessage-Like Texts For All Platforms And Devices

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Last year, when we launched America’s first nationwide Voice over LTE, I promised a host of Rich Communication Services would follow—and VoLTE was just the first step.

Now IÂ’m here to pick up where we left off. Today, IÂ’m excited to announce T-Mobile is now the first and only wireless provider in the nation to offer messaging built on a standard called Rich Communications Services (RCS). We call it T-Mobile Advanced Messaging and it takes text messaging into the mobile internet age.

You don’t need me to tell you a phone isn't just a phone anymore. Chances are you do a lot more texting than calling with your smartphone. Most people do. In fact, over 92% of us use our devices regularly for texting—far more than any other activity.

But hereÂ’s the problem. For over a decade, while consumer tech companies like Facebook, Skype and Snapchat have been rolling out cool new messaging features and functions, U.S. wireless operators have made virtually zero advances in the messaging tech that comes built in to most phones.

Want to send a big video file? Want real-time chat or to see message receipts? YouÂ’ve likely had to hunt down proprietary messaging apps and recruit family and friends to get on board with them.

But the Un-carrierÂ’s about to change all that. Advanced Messaging comes with a range of new messaging enhancements Â…

  • Rich 1 on 1 and group messaging, including near real-time chat
  • See when others are typing, when your message is delivered and even read
  • Share high-res photos and videos up to 10 MB just as you would a regular text message
  • And T-Mobile Advanced Messaging is built to work across all devices, makers and operating systems—and wireless operators.


With T-Mobile Advanced Messaging, you wonÂ’t need to search out, download, install, setup and register an extra app to get all that and more. It just works. Right out of the box. And, even more important, because Advanced Messaging is built on the RCS standard, in the future, your real-time chats wonÂ’t be held inside a single app or platform ecosystem.


For now, this is something you can only get at T-Mobile— though I expect our announcement will be a wake-up call for the old carriers to get moving with RCS, so customers can enjoy these next-gen services working across wireless providers.

The new Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, available in T-Mobile stores and online today, is the first device to come with T-Mobile Advanced Messaging built in—and you’ll be able to get it next on the Galaxy S5 and S6 through simple software updates. Nearly a dozen more hot devices will come with Advanced Messaging this year alone, and, in the future, we expect it will be a standard feature on new smartphones sold.

Today’s news represents the next step in the evolution of our data-centric IP technology and another great example of how our Data Strong network delivers the best possible experience to today’s data-driven customers. Like, for example, the first network offering crystal-clear VoLTE calling nationwide, the first to offer seamless Wi-Fi Calling—and now T-Mobile Advanced Messaging.

Advanced Messaging is just one of many new features we’re launching based on RCS. Stay tuned for more updates on fantastic new customer benefits—brought to you by the network designed Data Strong.

Announcing Advanced Messaging. Only at T-Mobile | T-Mobile Newsroom

 
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6 days ago

Article inside Apple sells 47.5 million iPhones during its fiscal third quarter; stock plunges

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Apple slightly beat estimates for iPhone sales during its fiscal third quarter, selling 47.5 million units of its iconic smartphone. That is a 35% year-over-year increase in unit sales of the device. Wall Street was looking for the company to report sales of 47 million iPhones for the period. Handset sales made up 63% of Apple's total revenues of $49.61 billion. The average price of a purchased iPhone rose by more than $100 to $662.42 thanks to the pricier Apple iPhone 6 Plus. Overall, iPhone sales rose 59% in dollar terms to $31.37 billion. "The gap is widening between us and our competitors," said Tim Cook, Apple CEO.

This was the first quarter that included the new Apple Watch, but the tech titan did not separate sales of the timepiece. Instead, Apple included it with a category called "other products." Revenue of that category rose year-over-year by 49% to $2.64 billion. Mr. Cook noted that the product is available in only 1% of the locations where the iPhone can be found.

The Apple iPad continued to run into problems. For the sixth consecutive quarter, unit sales declined, this time by 18% year-over-year.

Because Apple just barely beat the Wall Street estimate for iPhone sales, the stock is getting smacked by investors. In after hours trading, Apple's shares are down more than $9 from Tuesday's close, trading at $121. That is a decline of nearly 8% since the earnings were announced.

source: WSJ

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6 days ago

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6 days ago

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be announced on August 13 with microSDXC

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The persisting rumors of an early launch for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 are likely going to end up true, the latest report out of Korean media claims. Only, contrary to the previous intel which pointed to an August 12 date, this new info states the event is scheduled for August 13 in New York. Judging by the incessant stream of info and renders, we'd be inclined to believe that is indeed the case.

The reasoning behind the haste is to get a head start on Apple's iPhone 6s/6s pair, due to be released mid-September. Hence, Samsung is ditching its established practice to announce the next-gen Note at IFA in Berlin and is pushing for an early release.

Meanwhile, a crafty Polish reporter has dug up info on a key feature of both the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge Plus, that's so far been a mystery, and one that sparks plenty of heated debates. So if the user agent profiles found on the website of US carrier Sprint is to be believed, the Note 5 will have expandable storage via a microSD slot, supporting microSDXC cards up to 128GB.


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6 days ago

New Sony UI incoming + New Flagship Line Announcement Next Month?

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At Sony Mobile we believe listening to feedback from our users is key in creating great experiences – so we’re starting to look at ways of building this more tangibly into our business and process design, with the simple aim of ensuring our products and services are as good as they possibly can be.

As part of this, we’re launching a new initiative in Sweden to give 500 Xperia Z3 users the chance to try Sony’s Concept for Android – a concept operating system with a fresh take on our user experience based on Android 5.1, Lollipop. It has some significant differences compared to our current commercial releases, with a stripped back, vanilla Android look and feel, with native Sony features and apps we find most popular amongst our users.

ItÂ’s a chance for us to listen and act upon bug reports, opinions and experiences, so we can acquire feedback to improve the experiences based on what you like and what you donÂ’t

This trial will help us assess the potential of running wider Android operating system concept initiatives for more markets, devices and users in the future – as we look to shift towards a model that allows for the creation of experiences with real user input, whilst adopting more transparent and open workflows. We believe this will eventually enable us to respond to your needs quicker and easier.

If you’re an Xperia Z3 user based in Sweden and want to get involved, check out the Xperia Lounge application to read full details, terms and conditions and register. But, hurry! As the initiative is limited to 500 places, users will be selected on a first come, first serve basis – successful applicants will be notified over the coming weeks.

http://blogs.sonymobile.c... ive-in-sweden/

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Somewhat surprisingly, Sony Mobile may be shortly looking to launch new flagship entries to the Xperia range according to a report from WinFuture.de. The report claims that two new models (Xperia S60 and Xperia S70) are tipped to launch prior to the IFA tradeshow, which takes place in Berlin from 4-9 September 2015.

There was a feeling that Sony would not release its H2 flagship until later in the year, especially if it was moving to a new chipset (Qualcomm Snapdragon 820?) If the above timing is true, then there is a strong likelihood that Sony will continue to use the Snapdragon 810 for its new Xperia devices.

Little details are known about the new models, but the above report points to these devices having 32GB of internal storage, highlighting that they are likely to be premium models. WinFuture.de says the devices could launch as early as mid-August 2015. In terms of price point, the Xperia S60 will be broadly similar to the Xperia Z3+ (€699), whilst the Xperia S70 will be more expensive, closer to the €800 mark.



Xperia BlogÂ’s take

We can confirm that the Sony Xperia S60 and S70 codenames are real, according to multiple sources of ours. In addition, other codenames for this series include the S50 and S70+. It doesnÂ’t take a genius to work out that we are probably looking at a normal flagship, a compact version and larger phablet version.

What is not clear to us, is what the S50, S60, S70, S70+ codenames refer to. We find it hard to believe that these are new marketing names that Sony will use, after all, the Xperia Z series has built up a lot of brand recognition.

Could these be new model numbers from Sony, trying to simplify things? It could be, but up until now the other model numbers are still in use. We count at least five model numbers that may launch this year:

Sony E5503, E5563 [Lavender]
Sony E5663
Sony E5803
Sony E6683
Sony E6833, E6883

For those thinking that the new codenames may signal a design refresh this year, donÂ’t get your hopes up. Separate sources have confirmed to us that H2 flagships will be very similar to the Xperia Z3+/Z4 in terms of design language. We guess Sony is readying its new Xperia design for a 2016 launch.
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