Samsung had launched the Galaxy On8 in India. This is a dual SIM handset with 4G LTE + VoLTE support. It’s using a super AMOLED screen, Exynos powered and getting power from a 3300 mAh battery. Is it worth the price, read this review.
Samsung launched the Galaxy On Nxt it in fact is exactly similar to the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime that was silently launched few weeks back. Check this Samsung Galaxy on Nxt review to know about how well the handset performs.
Another incident of a Samsung Galaxy handset exploding have been reported, this time in France and it has nothing to do with the Galaxy Note 7 in fact this time it was the Samsung Galaxy J5. Note 7, Washing Machine, now Galaxy J5, what next?
Samsung had recalled the Galaxy Note 7 handset as they were unsafe, some exploded, well one more category has added to the exploding list this time the Samsung Washing Machines. The company has recalled 2.8 Million washing machines in the U.S.
Samsung has launched a premium flip smartphone in China, the Samsung W2017. This handset is powered by SD 820 chipset and comes with dual screens – one on the front and the other inside when you open the flip.
In a bid to retain its Note series customers, Samsung Mobiles in South Korea is offering 50% discount for Galaxy Note 7 customers who had bought the Note 7 and have or will opt for Samsung Galaxy S7 or the S7 Edge instead.
The newest handset in the Samsung Galaxy On series is the Nxt. The Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is listed on official website with a price tag of Rs. 18,490. This handset is powered by octa core processor and packed with 3GB RAM.
Samsung recently launched the Samsung Galaxy On7 2016 and the Samsung Galaxy On5 2016 in China. Now Flipkart has started teasing about the next Galaxy On Series that most likely will be the same On5 2016 and On7 2016. Next On Series will be revealed on 20th October.
Samsung launched a Gold Edition version of Galaxy TabPro S for $999. The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition is a 2-in-1 that is packed with extra RAM and storage. This tablet is powered by Intel Core M3 processor.
Indian customers who pre-booked the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 can either go for a full refund or they can get the Samsung Galaxy S7 or the S7 Edge along with some freebies. You might be aware that Samsung has stopped production of Galaxy Note 7.