13Mar
By: Next Communications March 13, 2018 In: Android, Industry News, Mobile Handsets, Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy S9 was around at MWC, giving many the chance to test out this new flagship Android’s top features. Release date Officially, March 16th. Are you as excited as we are? You can reserve the phone today, as pre-orders have started, just give us a call or...

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13Feb
By: Next Communications February 13, 2018 In: Android, Apple, Google, HTC, Mobile Handsets, Samsung, Uncategorized

Before we could even begin this best mobile list we were greeted with the age old iPhone Android debate.. I, an android user; and massive lover of my own phone, had a very difficult time ranking these devices. IPhone’s in the same list as the likes of Pixel 2...

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By: Next Communications December 02, 2016 In: Android, Google, HTC, Industry News, Mobile Handsets, Motorola, Samsung, Uncategorized

Android Nougat 7.0 has already been released for some devices and is slowly rolling out to more. It’s Google’s big refresh of its operating system for phones and tablets. Android’s operating system has been so refined over the years that it is now on letter 14 of the alphabet....

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By: Next Communications October 28, 2016 In: Android, Apple, HTC, Industry News, Mobile Handsets, Samsung, Tablets, Uncategorized

The Samsung S7 Edge has been awarded the best phone of the year at 2016’s T3 awards, beating its key rival the iPhone 7. Apple were also crowned, as the iPhone won the “gadget of the decade” award, beating the Playstation 3 and Netflix. Virtual Reality headset HTC Vive won...

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By: Next Communications February 23, 2016 In: Android, Industry News, Mobile Handsets, Samsung, Uncategorized

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are available to pre-order now, ahead of their 11th March launch date. It seems that Samsung has pulled it out of the bag and really listened to their customers. A lot of features that users complained were missing on the S6 and...

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By: Next Communications December 04, 2015 In: Mobile Handsets, Samsung, Uncategorized

The new Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 have been unveiled by Samsung. Among new features are fingerprint sensors and support for Samsung Pay’s magnetic strip card emulation. Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) The Samsung Galaxy A3 has had a lot of great updates. The current display is being replaced with...

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By: Next Communications August 21, 2015 In: Android, Industry News, Mobile Handsets, Samsung, Uncategorized

Samsung has announced the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5. Both devices represent Samsung’s commitment to the big screen smartphone market for those with big hands. Both devices feature a 5.7 inch screen and a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution display. They will also come straight out of...

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By: Next Communications July 24, 2015 In: Industry News, Samsung, Tablets, Uncategorized

Introducing the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Samsung has announced the global launch of the Galaxy Tab S2. The Galaxy Tab S2 is both thinner and lighter than its predecessor, while offering two options for screen size. Samsung’s newest Galaxy tablet delivers a Super AMOLED display on both of the...

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By: Next Communications April 01, 2015 In: Android, Industry News, Mobile Handsets, Samsung, Uncategorized

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is about to hit shelves worldwide, but are you wondering if it’s worth upgrading your Galaxy S5? Well read on! Samsung have released an infographic which outlines the main differences between the newcomer and its predecessor. Samsung has called the Galaxy S6 its best smartphone to...

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By: Next Communications March 20, 2015 In: Android, EE, Industry News, Mobile Handsets, Mobile Networks, O2, Samsung, Uncategorized, Vodafone

Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be available to pre-order through selected retailers and carriers today (March 20th). Three, O2, Vodafone and EE will all be taking pre-orders for the duo of phones, as well as Carphone Warehouse and Samsung.com. Both the Galaxy S6 and...

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