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  • Rumours: Samsung patents a new tablet – which includes a folding stand and keyboard

    Rumours: Samsung patents a new tablet – which includes a folding stand and keyboard

    We are still looking and waiting for the foldable smartphone to come to fruition. We expect Samsung to be the first company to bring the foldable smartphone to the market – but according to a new patent filed by them, we may see a foldable tablet first instead.

  • Rumours: GFXbench shares the specs of Samsung’s W2017 flip phone

    Rumours: GFXbench shares the specs of Samsung’s W2017 flip phone

    The Samsung Veyron phone is set to go on sale pretty soon, if the news are correct. We have seen how it looks like, but a new list of specs from GFXBench has confirmed some important information of the features, which will be included in the flagship flip phone.

  • Rumours: Samsung’s Veyron flip-phone seen online

    Rumours: Samsung’s Veyron flip-phone seen online

    We have talked about Samsung’s flagship flip phone here on TechNave before, and thanks to photos seen online, we can see that it is real, and it looks to be a beast of a flip phone. The Samsung flagship flip phone, code named ‘Veyron’ is set to bring high end flagship feel to the otherwise classic design.

  • Rumours: Samsung patents mode which allows Android and Windows simultaneously in one smartphone

    Rumours: Samsung patents mode which allows Android and Windows simultaneously in one smartphone

    We are in the midst of the big recall by Samsung, thanks to their Galaxy Note 7 – but that doesn’t mean the company is sitting still not doing anything. A new patent recently discovered may have revealed their next target – to run both Android and Windows 10 Phone in one single device.

  • Rumours: Samsung may have a new tablet with the S-Pen soon?

    Rumours: Samsung may have a new tablet with the S-Pen soon?

    The tablet market is getting smaller and smaller, as more people turn to their large smartphones for their tablet-like experience. Of course there are situations where tablets will benefit greatly, and when paired with the right accessory, a tablet will bring new meaning to working on the go. Which is why this new leak of a new Samsung tablet with the S Pen is good news.

  • Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    You know Android is the king of smartphone when you get numbers like this – a report online shared that the OS from Google is currently holding about 86.2% of the world smartphone market share for the first half of 2016. Trailing way behind is iOS with under 12%.  

  • Rumours: Samsung allegedly testing a 10nm Exynos 8995 chip at 4GHz

    Rumours: Samsung allegedly testing a 10nm Exynos 8995 chip at 4GHz

    As one of the few System on a Chip (SoC) manufacturer in the world, Samsung has spend considerable amount of R&D money and time to develop the best processor optimised for the mobile space. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sporting an Exynos 8990, the next Samsung phone (which we expect will be the Samsung Galaxy S8) will probably use the Exynos 8895 SoC. Reports are saying that Samsung is hard at work testing the new chip, running at 4GHz.

  • 90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    We have talked about a newly discovered vulnerability that affects Android smartphones that is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors named QuadRooter. Thankfully, the majority of the smartphones are safe thanks to Google’s Verify Apps function.

  • Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    With over a billion devices running Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor right now, the scale of a newly discovered vulnerability is staggering. Called Quadrooter, it can essentially take over the data on your smartphone.

  • Samsung opens doors to the Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park for the Rio Olympics 2016

    Samsung opens doors to the Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park for the Rio Olympics 2016

    Just a few hours ago in Rio, Brazil, Samsung Electronics, Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category, has unveiled the Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. With this, the public can now have a demo on Samsung's latest wireless communications products and immersive technologies, including: new Samsung 4D kayaking VR experience that simulates exhilarating Olympic sports; a Galaxy S7 Rental program in which visitors can experience the Galaxy ecosystem; and the opportunity to collect exclusive Rio 2016-themed pins, among many other experiences.