Tag Archives: Samsung

Android 5.0 update for T-Mobile Galaxy Note Edge now available

T-Mobile Galaxy Note Edge users, your Android 5.0 Lollipop update has arrived. The carrier started the software update rollout this morning and – so far – a handful of customers have already emailed and tweeted us to let us know that they have the new firmware installed. If you’re yet to update, however, you should not that it’s not a small update by any means. After all, this is Samsung we’re talking about … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge get first OTA software update

The pre-orders for the S6 and S6 Edge have only been live on T-Mobile’s site for two days. And yet, the two devices already have their first performance-enhancing software update. It’s weighs in just under 180MB in size and comes with relatively minor bug fixes and performance boosters. Specifically, the update addresses issues with the fingerprint scanner and audio quality. … [read full article]

Galaxy S6 or HTC One M9 – Which did you pre-order?

As you’ll undoubtedly know by now, T-Mobile kicked off the pre-sales for its One M9, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets today. And – as usual – T-Mobile’s servers strained under the pressure and still seem to be struggling now. But, if you did manage to get a pre-order completed online, in store or over the phone, we’d like to know which you went for. For smartphone fans, the One M9 has been … [read full article]

Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on T-Mobile will come with 1 year of free Netflix

If you thought getting unlimited music streaming on your Simple Choice plan was awesome, you’re going to love T-Mobile’s promotion for the launch of the Galaxy S6. Announced on Twitter this morning by John Legere and T-Mobile, the company is going to be offering 12 months of Netflix, for free, to anyone who buys the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge. ATTENTION! If you get the @Samsung Galaxy #S6 from @TMobile[read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S6 hands on and first impressions

In the smartphone market, for me, Samsung always stood out as having phones that had all the features you could possibly need. Although they’ve never incorporated them in a way I particularly admired, they offered something to those who cared little about premium design and materials, and cared more about features and flexibility. With the Galaxy S6, the Korean tech giant has gone against its own grain and released a metal and glass … [read full article]