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
Another rumor has died today as Samsung has confirmed the upcoming release of the Galaxy S3 Mini, a smaller version of its popular Samsung Galaxy S III. Details are pretty
The Samsung Galaxy Premier is one step closer to reality today as the hardware details have been confirmed by tech site Mobile Geeks (translate). Bearing the model number of GT-I9260,
Samsung has confirmed that they will be offering a “Mini” version of their incredibly popular Galaxy S III smartphone. Expected to debut within the next day or so, the phone
For reasons unknown, T-Mobile feels compelled to remind us of something we already knew.
Sprint today announced that they’ve got a number of new Android-powered devices coming soon, officially confirming the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and an LG Mach. Pricing and exact timing will
[nggallery id=30] Samsung sings praises of new Android 4.-0-powered Galaxy Music
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Music, putting to bed recent rumors of a smartphone with high quality audio experience. Powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the phone features a 3.0-inch
Google and Samsung are partnering for a super-tablet that will knock the iPad completely out of the mobile space, according to new reports. Ok, so maybe not exactly. But forreals,