There has been speculation of a third version accompanying Samsung’s current Galaxy S lineup. According to opda.pl, the next generation Galaxy S will look like the photograph above. The polish blog received this photograph from an anonymous source that was “testing the device.” There are still no feature or –> Read more
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Eldar Murtazin, man who os reputed for leaking information about mobile phones has just posted up on Twitter a picture of a Samsung device that is said to be launching at this year’s Mobile World Congress. The name of the device is not yet confirmed but is rumored to be Galaxy S2 Plus. –> Read more
IDC revealed the top list of mobile makers for the fourth quarter and the top three global smartphone makers are Nokia, Samsung and Apple. Looking into some intresting figures. Apple’s third-place with only 8.7 percent of the market, while the giants of Korea and Finland –> Read more
Will you be watching Super Bowl this Sunday? If so you might see something really revolutionary by Samsung. Keep your hopes for Samsung Galaxy S3. According to a tweet from the official Samsung account, they will be launching “a device so revolutionary only an ad in America’s biggest game can do it justice.” Though there is no clue about what Samsung is talking about but judging by the language used, it could very well be something big enough. Stay Tuned till Sunday.
This is the first complaint filled against Android 4.0. The patent was filed by Apple against Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The claim made is that the Galaxy Nexus infringes upon Apple’s own slide-to-unlock utility model. Samsung’s defense points to a device from Sweden known as the Neonode, –> Read more
As the Samsung-Apple war continues, Samsung released another ad about “I just got Samsunged.” In the ad the Samsung focused on the guys waiting in the line to buy iPhone. This is not the first time Samsung has made an ad like this. Though the video is fun to watch, there’s not a true meaning that hopped out at us about what Samsung is really trying to get at.
Well folks its been announced that yet again Apple will be suing Samsung Germany. This is not the first time that Apple has filed for patent lawsuits against Samsung in Germany. Last year when Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Apple filed suits saying that the samsung made tablet was clearly a copycat of the iPad 2. –> Read more
This is the cooler thing by Samsung at the CES this year. It is a smart windows from Samsung which is a one way window and people on the other side can’t see in. It also features a full plane electronic touch screen display where you can display info, browse the internet, and much more exciting stuff.
This week the largest tech giants will gather in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronic Show which hosts the announcements about the latest and important technology around the world annually.This year companies like Sony, Samsung, LG, Nokia, Microsoft will be unveiling their new products with a notable miss of –> Read more
The latest version of Android 4.0 or the Ice Cream Sandwich is now available for download (via XDA).
The ROM is still in its alpha stages and is improving at an amazing pace. The Ice Cream Sandwich Port for the Samsung Galaxy S2 is for advanced/experienced user’s. By experienced I mean, you know what to do if the ROM crashes and know how to wipe the device and do a nandroid restore. Try at your own risk, as the ROM requires a complete wipe of your device. –> Read more
For anyone following this story, the saga continues. Samsung has sent out invitations for an event in Hong Kong on Oct 19 at 10:00 AM local time (Oct 18, 10:00 PM ET). According to This is my Next, the Ice Cream Sandwich logo was displayed on the invitations and Andy Rubin is scheduled to present at AllThingsD’s AsiaD event. With all the information that has been gathered so far, they are sure that the Nexus Prime is set to premiere at –> Read more
In an update to a previous post, the launch of Samsung’s Nexus Prime smartphone has been delayed due to the passing of Apple founder, Steve Jobs. According to a New York Times article, a Samsung spokesperson said,
“We decided it was not the right time to announce a new product while the world was expressing tribute to Steve Jobs’s passing.” –> Read more
On October 5th, Samsung released a teaser video claiming that “Something BIG is coming” showing an image of a curved smartphone with a 3-pin connector and camera protruding out the back. The theme of the video is that some things go better together. At the end of the video, the Google and Samsung logos are shown side by side. This means it could be Google’s next Nexus phone, the Nexus Prime. If it is the Prime, then it is to be the first phone with version of Android dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich, which blends the phone and tablet interfaces into –> Read more
Nokia has been on the market for years, however in the last decade the demand for Nokia phones has decreased. Why might this be? New companies have risen in todays mobile market, and Apple and Samsung have done a great job of keeping their products appealing and up to date. This may be the reason that Nokia has lost many of its customers and why Apple and Samsung have become todays leading brands.
Now on to the good stuff… Nokia has been doing their homework, and their research center has been working on what could be the first nanotech phone ever. If you would like to watch a video on the Nokia Morph click here. The Nanoscience Research Centers (NRC) are located in UK, USA, China, Switzerland and India. –> Read more
Today AT&T announced three new Windows Phone devices coming to the carrier this fall. All three phones will be packing the latest update to Windows Phone, known as Mango or Windows Phone 7.5, both names are thrown around interchangeably. All three phones will be 4G handsets and they are as follows: HTC Titan, Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash. Details after the break.
The HTC Titan was unveiled just recently and we covered the specs here.
AT&T currently sells the Samsun Focus, so we can assume the Focus S is an updated version of the handset. It will have a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.4Ghz CPU and an 8 megapixel rear camera, with a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera. –> Read more
If you thought a 4.5-inch screen was to big for a smartphone, this post isn’t or you. How would Samsung describe their newest creation? Exactly like this: “GALAXY Note combines the market’s largest HD Super AMOLED display, supreme portability and advanced S Pen interface, creating a new type of smartphone.” –> Read more
Over the last couple of weeks, it seems like all the talk has been over the Galaxy S II handsets and when they would make the big break for the U.S..
Today, we finally received official word that the the Galaxy S2 will be making its big break for U.S. carriers in the next couple of weeks. Sprint will be the first of the U.S. carriers to launch their version of the Galaxy S II, the Epic 4G Touch. I know this doesn’t contribute solid information for every carrier but at least you can save your upgrade when it launched for Sprint.
Hopefully we will soon find out when it will launch with the other U.S. carriers. We promise to keep you posted with more details as they pour in.
What do you think about the Epic 4G? We know sales for the Galaxy S II overseas have been overwhelming, but do you think it will live up to the hype, here in the U.S.?
Have your forgotten the specs for the Samsung –> Read more
All week I have been reading about the hype surrounding the supposed Nexus Prime super phone by Samsung. This device will be the first to run the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. The update is going to bring a big leap in the fragmentation that haunts the Android operating system the changes will also mirror its tablet operating system honeycomb (3.0 – 3.2).
Here what I’m expecting out of the Nexus Prime: –> Read more
While the U.S. is still awaiting the arrival of Samsung’s Galaxy S II, the rest of the world is ready to see an upgrade. This week, Samsung is set to “unveil the Galaxy S II LTE at IFA in Berlin this week, alongside an LTE version of its still elusive Galaxy Tab 8.9.” The new upgraded LTE version of the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 8.9 will be upgrading to an all new 1.5GHz dual-core processor. The LTE version of the Galaxy S II will also be getting a facelift with an all new 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display. –> Read more