Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S II, sure seems to be popular amongst those keen on the little green Android, and the Korean outfit has now released sales numbers which seem to back up that observation.
Samsung's Galaxy S II is the current Android king, so it's only natural that it's being thrown into the ring with the current premium handset of choice for the masses, Apple's iPhone 4. In a new video for PocketNow, Brandon Miniman has taken the two smartphones and thrown them into a battle royale to see which is best.
Apple has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung for the Galaxy line of products. Apple claims that Samsung has infringed on their rights with the Galaxy S phones and Tab by violating various patents which were assigned to Apple by US PTO.
Full high resolution press image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S2 (or Galaxy S II) has been leaked in the wild. The new Galaxy S II is said to be just 8.49mm thick, and it weighs around 116g.
Our friends at Engadget have received a tip in the form of a leaked slide which shows not one but two new high-end Samsung smartphones based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The current generation of smartphones - with their 1GHz processors and 512MB of RAM - are already very impressive at what they can do. But rumored specifications (along with a photo) are spreading of the next generation of Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphone - the Galaxy S2 - and its specs will. freaking. blow. your. head. off.