Samsung will not debut the Galaxy S III at this month's anticipated Mobile World Congress, so what will it debut?
A new survey shows that consumers are starting to rally around Samsung when it comes to thinking about their next smartphone.
Though 3D phones haven't made a huge splash yet, Samsung is hoping that will change in its next evolution of the Galaxy brand.
Just one business day after it was announced that Samsung's Galaxy S line of smartphones wouldn't be getting the latest version of Android, the company is having second thoughts.
The entire Galaxy S line, which not that long ago was Samsung's top-of-the-line Android smartphone brand, will not be eligible for upgrades to Android 4.0.
You can never be too rich or too thin - and Apple, already top of the tree when it comes to money, is now officially the thinnest too.
Samsung has taken a page straight out of the Apple playbook and introduced a new smartphone, without the phone part.
Omar Khan, Samsung's chief technology officer and one of the most vocal figures in the company's mobile strategy, has resigned.
Samsung's slate of Android smartphones and tablets are getting updated to Android 2.3.
It's a corporate battle for the ages.
Samsung really doesn't have a lot of luck when it comes to updating its Android phones.
Although imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Apple isn't so happy about Samsung's flirtation in the tablet and smartphone markets.
It's going to be a busy week for 4G fans. Just two days before Verizon launches its own LTE smartphone the HTC Thunderbolt, MetroPCS will beat it to the punch with the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Indulge.
Samsung's Galaxy S brand will take its next step in a matter of weeks, as a 4G version of its Vibrant phone for T-Mobile has just been announced for release later this month.
After facing mounting criticism for its extremely slow pace of upgrading its T-Mobile Vibrant phone, Samsung is finally ready to deploy Android 2.2 to the device.
Now that the Verizon iPhone is official, the mobile rumor mill is turning its attention to other things. Other things, that is, like the Samsung Vibrant 4G, which is rumored to be the single fastest phone to ever run on T-Mobile.
When it comes to Android, most people think of Verizon's Droid brand and then move on to something else. But there's another strong player out there, and although it may not have the same level of name recognition, it's doing pretty darn well.
It takes a special kind of person to want to own a $1,000 cell phone just because it has the words "Giorgio Armani" emblazoned on it. But apparently those customers are out there, as the high-end fashion label has just come forth with its own Android phone powered by Samsung's Galaxy S platform.
Owners of Samsung's Galaxy S line of phones have been patiently waiting for the Android 2.2 update that many other Android owners have had for months, and now it looks like the wait may finally be over.
Samsung's high-end, Android-powered line of smartphones has now reached total sales of over 5 million, just a little over a month after announcing the 1 million sales milestone.