It’s not always easy to navigate the vast array of sports streaming options available on smartphones, but Samsung is finally rolling out a way to watch games on the go.
In the next few weeks, Samsung will be rolling out its first Samsung Sports streaming device, which can be used in conjunction with a smartphone to stream sports and other events.
This device, dubbed the Galaxy S9+, is designed to work with Android TV devices like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, the Samsung Gear S2, and the Samsung Ultra HD TV.
Samsung has released several iterations of the Galaxy Sports device in the past.
The most recent version of the device is the Galaxy Stream, which was announced back in July.
That device was a Samsung-designed device that was primarily a sports device with a Samsung smartphone running Android TV.
The new device will be a little more affordable than the Galaxy Sport, which costs $149, but will also offer the same streaming capabilities.
The Galaxy S10+ will be available in the US starting in November for $179.
The Samsung Galaxy S11+ will also launch in the U.S. in November, with an international release planned in the spring of 2021.
The upcoming Galaxy S12+ will feature the same screen size and resolution, but it will be slightly larger at 13.3-inches.
The device will also include a camera module for taking photos.
Samsung will also be releasing a dedicated SmartTV device in early 2019, with a similar screen size, 1080p resolution, and Snapdragon 820 processor to the Galaxy TV.
It’s a very important announcement to watch for.
Samsung was able to launch a number of smart TVs over the past few years, and Samsung’s new device could be the first of many devices with a dedicated gaming console or gaming controller built into the design.
However, Samsung is aiming to focus on the gaming side of the equation, and there are no plans for a dedicated dedicated gaming controller right now.
The next device to be announced is the Samsung Sport TV.
This TV device is slated to launch in November with a 1080p display, a Snapdragon 835 processor, and Android TV support.
Samsung also revealed a new version of its new smart TV, called the Samsung S8, which is also expected to launch next month.
The S8 will sport a 1080px screen and an 8MP camera.
It will also come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and support for 4K video playback.
We’ll be sure to let you know more on the Samsung sports device, and if you have any questions about how to use it, let us know in the comments.