Bluetooth SIG certifies Samsung Galaxy A7 2nd gen

Lately, we’ve been hearing a lot about the yet to be announced successors of the Samsung Galaxy A3, the Samsung Galaxy A5, and the Samsung Galaxy A7. We’ve seen leaked images and benchmark listings. Now, one of the devices has just gotten certification from Bluetooth SIG, specifically the successor of the Galaxy A7. Samsung Galaxy […]

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 Follow-up to Samsung Galaxy A5 gets Bluetooth certification

Recently, we learned that Samsung was gearing up to lift the lid on the follow-ups to the Samsung Galaxy A3, the Samsung Galaxy A5, and the Samsung Galaxy A7. The SM-A310, which is believed to be the successor of the Galaxy A3, and the SM-A710, which is believed to be the successor of the Galaxy […]

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 Beats-made Apple Solo2 Bluetooth headsets tested by US FCC

Back when Beats wasn’t owned by Apple, the popular headphone maker launched the Solo2 wired headphones. The Solo2 turned out to be a top-seller, since it is more affordable than Beats’ flagship headphones. Now that Apple owns Beats, will we see more high-end headphones from the two? According to an US FCC filing (see below), […]

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 iOS 8 users complain about Bluetooth connectivity issues

It seems Apple is having problems ironing out the bugs, as iOS 8 users are now complaining about Bluetooth connectivity. The news comes to us courtesy of MacRumors. The site reports: iOS 8 has caused significant issues for some people who connect their phones to their cars and other devices via Bluetooth, according to numerous […]

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 LG G3 passes through BluetoothSIG – to be launched soon?

An LG-made device with model number LG-F460S has just been certified (screenshot below) by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). So what’s so special about this device? It is believed to be the LG G3 Prime, a version of the regular LG G3 that sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor and IP67 certification (can […]

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 iOS 7.1 adopters notice ‘battery drain,’ Bluetooth issues, and more

Apple has recently rolled out iOS 7.1 for iPhones, iPads, and iPods, which includes few bug fixes and enhancements. Sadly, it also comes with a number of new bugs, with early adopters complaining about “battery drain,” Bluetooth issues, and more. The internet is filled with people who updated their iDevice to iOS 7.1. A number […]

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