As expected earlier this year, the top four carriers in the United States will each carry their own version of the Galaxy S from Samsung. Hot on the heels of the Epic announcement for Sprint this morning comes Verizon’s Samsung Fascinate. Unfortunately, we don’t have …
Sprint and Samsung have officially announced the Samsung Epic, which will stand alongside the HTC EVO 4G in Sprint’s quickly-growing 4G line-up. The Samsung Epic, which Samsung is describing as a “Galaxy S smartphone”, is a monster on paper. The Epic is 14.2 millimeters thick …
Samsung is hoping to up its global smartphone market share this year from 5% to 10%. Lee Donjoo, senior vice president of the company’s mobile communications division, told Bloomberg this week that Samsung is banking on the success of its Galaxy S smartphone. His comments largely …
T-Mobile’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S looks as if it will be called the Vibrant when it arrives July 21st. Cell Phone Signal has been sent some official looking pictures of the device along with details of pre-loaded applications and services. According to their …
The fellas over at Android Central were passed a list of details for the all-but-official Samsung Galaxy S Pro. The 4G -capable handset which is headed for Sprint looks like a standard Galaxy S but with a sliding QWERTY but what’s really under the hood?
So much for Samsung simply showing off the Galaxy S and announcing carriers and prices. We just received our follow up email for the June 29 event where Samsung promises to unveil a “new class of brilliant Android smart phones”. Now that we know the …
We recently saw our first images of Sprint’s forthcoming Galaxy S Pro which, for all practical purposes, looks like a standard Galaxy S with a sliding QWERTY. Word is coming today that Samsung is readying a QWERTY-based Galaxy Q for the United States later this …
Earlier this month we reported that Samsung appeared to be working on a portable media player running Android. Assumed to be part of their Yepp brand of players, the device features a 4-inch AMOLED screen and the TouchWiz 3.0 user interface. Today we’re hearing that …
As soon as your done reading through the latest in AndroidGuys news, head over to Samsung’s website for the Samsung Galaxy S. The newly launched site gives users literally everything you need to know about the phone, right down to the user manual. There’s a …
Samsung is getting ready to kick off the Galaxy S in a pretty big way. They just started sending out “Save the Date” emails with very basic details. Promising more to follow we are now expecting the handset maker to formally announce carriers and pricing …
According to Korean IT Times, the Samsung Galaxy S will be rolling out to 110 countries around the world later this summer. Among the carriers expected to offer the handset are Orange (France), SingTel (Singapore), and Deutsche Telecom (Germany). It has been previously reported that …
…And we think we already know what it is. Remember back a few weeks ago when we thought we knew what T-Mobile’s Project Emerald was? At the time we purported that it was related to the Samsung Galaxy S arriving on the carrier. After doing …
The first (and only) Android phone with a Super AMOLED display has started its world tour. First up is Germany where users can pick one up from Amazon Germany at the not-so-low cost of €649 euros ($799 US). Next month will see the Asian market …
A few months back a few documents were listed on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group website for a Samsung i897 handset. At the time it was found that the quad-band GSM device featured a 4.0-inch AMOLED screen, the TouchWiz 3.0 interface, and Bluetooth 3.0 support. …
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