A security researcher has discovered a trivial design bug in Samsung’s secure bootloader concept, which when exploited allows booting of arbitrary operating system on the Galaxy S4.
Galaxy S4 is now available through various carriers the world over and with the sim-free version of the phone to be available starting June 26, Samsung seems to be confident enough to boast of sales in tune of 10 million units by next week.
Cyanogenmod seems to have taken a stance regarding Samsung’s flagship smartphone – the Galaxy S4, by releasing nightly builds for the Canadian and T-Mobile versions.
Samsung is working towards producing 4Gb DDR3 mobile DRAM using 20-nm class process technology for use in smartphones as well as tablets.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its next tablet – the Galaxy Tab 3, a 7-inch tablet, seemingly targeted at flocks new to the world of tablets and are looking to try their hands on something small before they take the big leap.
A leaked document from Staples has spilled the beans on possible launch dates of Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone in the US indicating that the handset may arrive as early as April 26.
Samsung has announced its Mega smartphone that will come in two screen sizes – 6.3 and 5.8-inches.
Samsung has started mass production of 128-gigabit (Gb) 3bit multilevel cell (MLC) NAND memory chip using a 20-nanometer process technology that will be used in its high-density, single-layer NAND storage as well as Solid State Drives (SSDs) it has announced.
Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy S4 in the United States, Europe and the rest of the world in the last week of April in two different models based on the processor it packs. The S4 for the US and Europe version will be powered by the Snapdragon 600 processor and the global version will be packing the Exynos 5 Octa.
Samsung has announced its next range of smartphones, Galaxy Mega, featuring two screen sizes 6.3-inches and 5-8 inches.