Need a little more evidence that Samsung and Google have been working together on a new Nexus device? Check out the pictures of a user manual for the Nexus 10,
Sprint is the first wireless carrier in the United States to offer an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S III. A press release (below) tells us
Priced at $299.99 with a two-year service agreement, the phone is expected in the “coming weeks”.
U.S. Cellular wants to remind you all that their version of the Galaxy Note II is only $299.99 and will be available this Friday, October 26. Available in titanium gray,
Samsung today announced that their Tectile programmable NFC stickers have gotten an update, just in time for the U.S. debut of the Galaxy Note II. As a v3.0 release, the
Been holding out for a T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy Note II? We sure hope you’ve been saving your pennies because this thing certainly ain’t cheap. The new handset
Back in September, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Note II for all the 4 major and one regional network of USA. T-mobile said that it will be out this fall,
LG and Samsung are expected to deliver smartphones with 1080p HD displays, according to Korea’s MK News (translate). As if it would be any other way, the two companies are going to
New details for a Galaxy Premier recently spilled online, giving us a fairly good idea what we might see out of Samsung in the near future. That, and confirming stuff
The playground will open with a new LG smartphone, Samsung tablet, and updated Asus offerings.
AT&T today confirmed both pricing and exact launch details for one of their recently announced Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy Rugby Pro. According to the carrier, the rugged Android 4.0 handset
Looking to pick up the Samsung Galaxy S III? Get yourself over to Amazon and take advantage of their limited-time sale. As of right now they are offering the popular
Regardless of carrier, Samsung Galaxy S III owners are advised to check out Ontrion’s line of extended battery options for the signature device. Why? Because they’re incredibly powerful, long-lasting, yet
Samsung has been on a huge roll as of late, and they’re looking to continue that with the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. The Victory is available at a Sprint store