Samsung has been teasing its Iron Man-themed Galaxy S6 Edge for quite some time now, and today the Korean company finally came out to show the world what the device has to offer. The Iron Man Galaxy S6 edge variant features a primarily gold and red design, 64 GB of flash storage, a clear back cover, special packaging, custom Iron Man software, and most of all, a wireless charger that looks a lot like an Arc Reactor. expand full story
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Following a translated report yesterday claiming that LG was planning to introduce its first smartphone with a flexible OLED display, The Wall Street Journal chimes in today with more details on the device. According to the report, LG will launch the “G Flex” smartphone next month featuring a 6-inch curved OLED display:
LG’s new phone, dubbed G Flex, will have a six-inch screen using organic light-emitting-diode technology, a person familiar with the matter said. The handset itself is slightly concave, according to sketches of the prototype viewed by The Wall Street Journal.
For the Flex’s curved display, LG employed what the company refers to as a “plastic OLED” screen, using materials that are more flexible than conventional liquid-crystal-display screens, said the person familiar with the matter.
The WSJ was also able to grab the image above showing a sketch for a prototype of LG’s curved device. expand full story
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AT&T announced today that it will exclusively be offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 in Aurora Red starting June 14. The new color will be available on the 16GB variant for the usual $199 on a two-year contract and preorders will officially kick off tomorrow, May 24. Samsung is also planning to launch some more special edition colors this summer including: Blue Arctic, Purple Mirage and Brown Autumn.
Starting tomorrow you’ll be able to preorder the Galaxy S4 in Aurora Red exclusively through AT&T at www.att.com/galaxys4 or at a brick and mortar location.
Good timing on the announcement because (coincidence!) Verizon’s Galaxy S4 is availabile today.