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After months of rumors and lofty expectations we get to put the Galaxy S III to the test.
With today’s announcement, C Spire becomes the sixth U.S. carrier to pledge support for the handset.
The Pebble Blue model may be 2-3 weeks away, however the Marble White model is officially available in various countries around the world.
Momentum is building for the 5.3-inch smartphone that is a tablet. Or is it “tablet that is a smartphone”?
To compliment the announcements of the Galaxy Note and 7.7 Tab that Samsung made yesterday, we are now being told about their compatibility with SAFE.
Cellular South has opened up a landing page for their next Android handset, the Samsung Admire. Arriving as the carrier’s first Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset, the specifications look to be
Well, we honestly can’t say we’re surprised. If you look at the success of the original Galaxy S, it’s no shocker that its successor would sell. At any rate, Samsung has announced that they’ve officially sold over 3 million Galaxy S II units, just 55 days after its release. If you do a little math, that’s one Galaxy S II sold every one and a half seconds.
I love digging around the US Trademarks website, trying to get a feel for what potential Android smart phones and tablets might be on the horizon. I don’t spend much
Despite their potential buyout, I’m very impressed with T-Mobile as of late. First they announced the HTC Sensation, and then we got a look at their 2011 roadmap yesterday, which included the MyTouch 4G Slide, Samsung Exhibit 4G, and something titled the “Samsung Hercules”. Well, we’re learning more about the Hercules, and it’s shaping up to be an impressive device.
According to a Samsung “company spokesman”, we can expect to see an 8.9-inch tablet sometime this year.
Well, it’s probably not the most popular decision, but Tmo and Samsung officially announced the Vibrant 4G. As expected, it’s more or less exactly like the original Vibrant, with Froyo, an HSPA+ radio, front-facing camera, and T-Mobile TV.
The guys over at PocketNow are claiming that Sammy is working on a Sprint Android phone, one that looks very similar to Verizon’s Droid Pro.
We’ve gotten a few leaked images of yet another Samsung Galaxy S device. It’s the S5830, and word has it that we’ll see it at Mobile World Congress next month.
We’ve got a shot of a Samsung LTE device for Verizon. It’s running Froyo, and not Bing!