Posts Tagged ‘Samsung Galaxy S’

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.

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After the runaway success of Samsung’s Galaxy S Android phone, it was always on the cards that the company would bring a successor to market. Now the imaginatively named Galaxy S II is on the scene – and if pre-orders are anything to go by, it’s going to outsell Apple’s iPhone 4. In Korea at least.

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Gizmodo has done it again, well sort of anyway. As the title suggests, the long rumored Nexus Two is real, and this time, Google has picked Samsung instead of HTC to build it.

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Rumors around the purported Nexus Two release are heating up. In a post on Android and Me, Taylor Wimberly has reported that Samsung, not HTC, will announce the N2 on 8th November and will be responsible for the hardware part of the phone. This news comes from various “trusted sources”.

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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.

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Android 2.2 “Froyo” update has officially started rolling out for Samsung’s most successful Android handset to date – the Galaxy S GT-i9000.

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Hah, As if we didn’t know this already! DisplayMate conducted an indepth review/analysis of all major smartphone displays (namely: iPhone 4, 3GS, Galaxy S, Droid, Nexus One) to test which display had the best overall quality. And the results are in.

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When we talk about touchscreen-only Tablets, the first device that pops up in mind is the iPad. It is an awesome device in many ways, provided that you find some good use for it. When iPad was launched earlier this year, it was pushed as a device to innovate the way we use our computers, just like what iPhone did with smartphones back in 2007.

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Steve Jobs tried his best to defend iPhone 4 antenna issue in the special press conference which was held on July 15 by comparing it with some of the other popular handsets having the same problem but this apparently hasn’t gone too well with these companies. They believe that Apple in an effort to clear its own mess has dragged others in to the issue unnecessarily. And so as a result, the recent Samsung Galaxy S ad may just be the beginning of yet another anti-Apple advertising campaign.

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