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Earlier today, the Samsung Unpacked event held at San Francisco USA, and broadcasted live online globally, introduced a new line of premium smartphones: from the surprising and highly innovative Galaxy Fold, to the newest flagship series of Galaxy S10!
Did you know that 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy series of mobile smartphones?
Samsung Philippines just recently unveiled the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+ through an official launch.
Samsung Electronics starts big for 2018 as they gear-up for PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games and unveils limited edition Galaxy Note8 smartphone to celebrate the Spirit of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018!
Samsung held a “noteworthy affair” about its newest flagship smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy Note7 – in the Philippines earlier tonight at the Shangri-La Fort in Taguig City.
One of the latest smartphones released by Samsung in the Philippines is the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Gadget Gambit had the opportunity to test drive one of the units lent to us by the brand for 2 weeks and here’s … Continue reading
With a growing 44.2 million active internet users in the Philippines out of the 100.8 million population as of March 2015, the country’s small and medium business sector is more than ready for the Digital Age.
Samsung Philippines recently unveiled their Galaxy A Series of new smartphones – the Samsung Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and their biggest brother Samsung Galaxy A7.
In this day and age of fast-developing technology, what seemed unthinkable years ago are now possible. Who could have thought that the same technology can give a fresh take on how we view art and museums?