Displaying items by tag: Galaxy S8

Apple’s share of global smartphone sales leapt significantly in the three months to the end of September, with the iPhone X remaining the top selling device for the quarter and reaching its highest share yet of 9.1%.

Published in Market

Other smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S8 may have introduced facial recognition well before Apple, but Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller says all such systems "stink".

Published in Mobility

Australia’s mobile phone market — including feature phones and smartphones — is growing by leaps and bounds, with a new report revealing that it has exceeded growth expectations, shipping 2.16 million phones in Q2 2017.

Published in Strategy

Twice bitten by delays, but no longer shy, Bixby is now officially rolling out to US owners of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, despite Samsung stating three weeks ago that it still needed more “big data".

Published in Mobility

There is one fundamental difference between Samsung and Apple – Samsung designs and makes virtually all the components powering its devices and Apple is a designer that outsources all its manufacturing.

Published in ShawThing

Samsung and “Boiler Room” are delivering “Infinity Sounds”: an immersive, audio-visual show that’s Boiler Room’s first to be captured exclusively through a smartphone lens.

Published in Entertainment

Both Android and iOS increased their share of most markets in the three months to April 2017, according to the latest smartphone OS data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

Published in Mobility

The English version of Bixby, Samsung's much-touted voice-activated virtual assistant, is not going to be available in the US until late June, more than two months after the Galaxy S8 smartphone launched.

Published in Mobility

There’s a way to make your shiny new Galaxy S8 look like a Google Pixel clone without rooting, but why would you want to?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

The new Galaxy S8 smartphone’s camera capabilities and resultant photos have been compared to those from the iPhone 7, LG G6 and Google Pixel.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Samsung’s snazziest new smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, have been proclaimed the first "Blue Tick" handsets by Telstra for superior voice and data quality in rural and regional areas.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Apple’s iPhone 7 is now more than six months old, but it still trounces its Android competition including the brand new Samsung Galaxy S8.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are unlikely to be iPhone killers if past statistics are any guide, Lauren Guenveur, consumer insight director for Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, says.

Published in Mobility

One of the much-heralded security features on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, facial recognition, can be bypassed by using a photo or the face of a sleeping person, reports say.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 30 March 2017 09:23

Samsung DeX – secret Citrix sauce

Citrix has revealed that it and Samsung collaborated to create Samsung DeX, a dock for the Galaxy S8 and an application that, when combined with Citrix Receiver, converts the smartphone into a fully-functioning virtual desktop with secure access to digital workspaces.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 30 March 2017 05:41

Telstra to offer Galaxy S8 models from 28 April

Australia's dominant telco Telstra will offer its customers the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ from 28 April onwards.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 30 March 2017 04:42

Samsung Galaxy S8 launched globally

Samsung’s new 5.8” S8 and 6.2” S8+ have a new 18.5:9 ratio ”Infinity” tall Super AMOLED screen that allows one-handed use. They also introduce the world to DeX and Bixby.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 22 March 2017 15:22

Is voice the next user interface?

Apple has Siri, Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, and Google OK Google/Assistant. Now Samsung has put a very male cat — Bixby — among the pigeons.

Published in ShawThing
Friday, 24 February 2017 11:48

Samsung Exynos 9 first 10nm system on a chip

Samsung has launched its new Exynos 9 system on a chip (SoC) that is expected to power the new Samsung Galaxy S8 series.

Published in Mobility

The Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a smaller capacity battery than the ill-fated Note7 which literally went down in flames.

Published in Mobility
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