Posts Tagged ‘Galaxy S’

CyanogenMod 10.1 is really gaining traction, and in its quest to bring Android 4.2 to as many Android-based devices as possible, has now made nightlies available to the Galaxy S and Galaxy S III. Great news for those in ownership of either Samsung device it most certainly is, although it’s important to note that the nightly builds only cover the AT&T and T-Mobile variants of the S III.

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Smartphone cameras are getting better. In fact, on Flickr, they hold their own against some of the very best standalones in terms of numbers of images posted. While many users opt to use their smartphones to take the majority of their snaps, though, in terms of performance and quality, they aren’t even in the same league, and if you ever find yourself appreciating the camera of your S III or iPhone 4S just a little too much, a quick look at the proper DSLR will soon bring you back down to earth.

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The Apple vs. Samsung case in San Jose is really heating up right now, and after hearing Phil Schiller’s piece yesterday on the evolution of the iPhone and iPad, Apple has pulled the proverbial cat out of the bag by revealing internal Samsung documents in court. Said documents are significant to the case because they offer side-by-side comparisons of the iPhone the Korean company’s Galaxy S smartphone.

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With a quad core processor, 1GB of RAM (2GB in certain variants), a 4.8” Super AMOLED HD display, 8 MP / 2 MP optics and being based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the Samsung Galaxy S III is one hell of a powerhouse. The general public, it seems, has agreed to this fact as, according to sales figures, the Galaxy S III is selling like ice-cool lemonade on a hot day.

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Legally unlocking your smartphone/tablet involves taking it to your wireless network operator/carrier, paying them a hefty fee (which can go in the hundreds of dollars) and then receiving a special code which you can input to your device to unlock it so you can use on other wireless networks.

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An alleged press shot of a new powered-by-Android-4.0 Samsung smartphone has been “leaked”, Redmond Pie has learned. Details after the jump.

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If you actually took the time to research into the various lawsuits that are filed against companies in the mobile and technology industry, I think you might actually be surprised at the frequent they crop up, and the big names involved. Companies which on the face of things seem to have a mutually beneficial working relationship, have probably at some point been involved in a bitter legal dispute for one reason or another.

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The folks from SamMobile sure are fast! Just a few days after releasing a leaked version of Android 4.0.3 ICS for Galaxy S II, they’ve come up with a leaked version of a Value Pack for the Ice Cream Sandwich-deprived Galaxy S (which Samsung, by the way, doesn’t even intend to release), and we’ve got a step-by-step guide ready after the jump on how to install / flash this leaked ROM to your Galaxy S GT-i9000!

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Samsung and Apple’s international court drama continues to heat up, folks. After having sales ban for their Galaxy Tab 10.1 extended by a week, good news has come up for the Korean company in the form of a US court denying Apple of a preliminary ban on sales of Samsung products.

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For those of you using the Nexus S by Samsung, you’ll probably have access to the newest Android OS (Ice Cream Sandwich) way one or the other. Thanks to CyanogenMod 9, you’re able to get an early preview on your devices now. The newest alpha is by no means the last, but it runs smoother and faster than its predecessors.

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Apple has spurred several moves to ban the sale of Samsung’s Galaxy product line in Europe, the United States, Australia and others. According to a new report, the Cupertino company is now moving to ban the sale of the Samsung Galaxy S, the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Tab 7.7 in Japan, similarly to what it is doing in other countries.

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Big, big news, folks! A court up in the Netherlands has ruled that Samsung Mobile’s Galaxy S and Galaxy S II smartphone infringe upon at least three of Apple’s patents; sales and marketing of the Galaxy S II phone have been ordered to be shut down in over 30 European countries!

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