According to PhoneArena, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will have a 5.9-inch 4K Ultra HD display with 746ppi. Spec geeks will love it, but it better come with one helluva good GPU. From normal viewing distance, can the average person even tell if it’s HD or 4K?
According to GFXBench database, Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 will have a 5.5″ 720p display, a 5MP front camera and a 12/13MP rear camera. Specs look really nice. Loving the camera upgrades. I hope they get the pricing right.
The new Samsung Galaxy Core Max is now available in China. Basically it’s a Galaxy S3 with a pretty low res screen, less RAM, and a more powerful processor. Its 4.8-inch and low res. You will definitely notice the pixels, which might bother some users. If it does have a low price, then it would be good-value for money.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime features a 5 MP wide-angle front-facing camera, Wide-angle camera looks nice. It’s becoming an standard nowadays. Although midrange phones aren’t my type, this phone is solid.
According to User Agent profile, the Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300 has a 4.8″ screen with qHD resolution (540 x 960 pixels), Less than the 2012 Galaxy S3. So if you’re on tight budget, it’s better to buy old flagship phones instead of new midrange phones.
“Now, a company executive in India is saying Samsung will release a Tizen smartphone in November. “
Why fragment the market further Samsung? Blackberry failed because they didn’t evolve fast enough into an ecosystem that competed. Windows Phone is having the same issues. Is Samsung really willing to dump the money into Tizen that Microsoft has done into Windows Phone? What is their end goal here? To get rid of google and android in favor of their own ecosystem?
Source: Wall Street Journal, The Economic Times Via: PhoneArena, PhoneDog