The Samsung Galaxy S II is becoming one of the most anticipated devices here in USA and we know a lot of people looking forward to its release. Although we recently heard Samsung indicate they expect to launch it in the U.S.A. sometime in August …
The official twitter account for Verizon support has just made it known that their version of the Samsung Galaxy S II will be ready for the 4G LTE network. This is the first time we’ve heard this information and we should note that this is …
Eventually, the guys over at Samsung are going to run out of letters to put at the end of “Galaxy” in order to name their devices. First it was the Galaxy Q on Rogers, and now we’re getting wind of something that’s being dubbed the Samsung …
For those of us living in the United States, the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II looks to be just a few weeks away. Speaking to reporters today, Samsung’s president of mobile business and digital imaging, Shin Jong-kyun , said the company plans to release …
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.
The Samsung Galaxy S II is Samsung’s latest flagship which us Android fans in the US are still waiting to see. Now, even though we don’t have said sexy handset, Samsung has launched another new Android powered device and it’s actually cheap alternative of Samsung Galaxy S II known as the Samsung Galaxy Z.
Mashwork, a social media listening firm, has apparently gathered some social data regarding both the Galaxy S II and the Droid Bionic, and the hype seems to be pointed toward the S II. Apparently, 68% of the group that Mashwork collected data from are interested in buying the Galaxy S II when it lands Stateside, while 32% are interested in shelling out the money for a Droid Bionic.
Remember back in December, when Google’s Mobile Blog posted pictures and videos of a Nexus S tied to some weather balloons, floating around the Earth? Well, it looks like Samsung wants in on the fun, as they’ve launched a Galaxy S II into space atop a small astronaut, tied to a weather balloon.
Much like they did last year for their Galaxy S, Samsung has even bigger world domination-like plans for the Galaxy S II this summer. Hitting more than 140 carriers around the world, all the bigger players in the US should be getting their own variants …
At CES 2011, Motorola officially announced the Motorola Atrix 4G, which is their first ever dual-core device. The Atrix is an amazing device and it was exclusive to AT&T in the States, until now. The Atrix is headed to the UK, joining Orange UK’s lineup. …
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