Samsung Galaxy S III expected to feature Android 4.0, Quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM




The Samsung Galaxy S II is already one of the better Android smartphones currently available and it is no surprise that Samsung wants to release a newer version of the phone equipped with the latest hardware. The latest rumors suggest Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy S III during Mobile World Congress 2012, which is an appropriate place to announce a phone of this magnitude.



Samsung is considering providing Galaxy S users with a “Value Pack” instead of Android 4.0


We learned a few days ago that Samsung was going to readdress the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab problem in terms of upgrading it to Android 4.0. Previously, it announced to the public that it was going to upgrade these two devices to Android 4.0 because of the older hardware being used. Unfortunately for Samsung, this announcement caused widespread backlash on the company as customers want to

White Samsung Galaxy Note Android phone pictures




The image of black AT&T variant is circulating on the web, which means it should be launched soon. The Samsung Galaxy Note has enough screen space for much of what a tablet does but it retains full smartphone functionality.

Remember when 4in was too big, then 4.3in was too big, then 4.65in, now its 5.3. I’m loving the hardware better then nexus, ICS in Q1, 2012.

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New Samsung Galaxy Y Duos, Y Pro Duos dual-SIM Android phone



Its actually a really nice feature i hope they make a dual sim nexus eventually, could you imagine pentaband GSM +dual SIM, you could possibly run off 2 HSPA+ networks at the same time and pull down speeds that blow away LTE. I currently carry two phones one for work and one for personal. I am now carrying a Verizon phone and an AT&T phone. If Samsung comes out with on that would run both CDMA

Samsung announces Android 4.0 updates for Galaxy devices




If you happen to own a device from the Samsung Galaxy range, then you might be pleased to hear that Samsung has officially stepped forward to announce the time frame as to when the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update will be released to select devices. It seems that the Samsung Galaxy S II as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note will be on the receiving end of Ice Cream Sandwich sometime in Q1

Google rolls out Ice Cream Sandwich update for Nexus S




True to form, Google has stepped forward and released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for their Nexus S smartphone, not too soon after the new flagship, the Galaxy Nexus from Samsung, has hit the scene. As for the method of choice that Google employs to deliver the hot new update to your smartphone, it will be rolled out in waves just like its predecessors, with GSM devices gaining

AT&T LG Nitro HD now on sale price $249.99




The new AT&T LG Nitro HD LTE Android phone is now on sale for $249.99 with a new two-year contract. Really nice phone with a really nice display. The Nitro HD screen is gorgeous! I’d be interested to hear the battery life that tech blogs in their review. One thing that I like about AT&T, as of late, is they announce a phone and then it comes out about a week later. They did the same with the

Verizon Galaxy Nexus LTE Android 4.0 ICS phone now on Sale




This is a totally sexy phone, the new Verizon Galaxy Nexus looks like a solid smartphone with some great features. Though smartphone prices and plans are still way too overpriced for me to justify owning one. Even the thicker LTE version feels very thin in the hand. The form factor is perfect, very comfortable to hold.

The form factor is perfect. Felt much smaller than my Infuse in hand, yet

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note Android LTE phone with 5.3" Super AMOLED screen




Damn you AT&T! I’ve been waiting for this phone. The new Samsung Galaxy Note coming to AT&T’s lineup sometime in early 2012. People say the screen is too big. It’s actually not, unless you have very small stature. On the contrary, it’s absolutely perfect for anyone who spends time on their phone, be it typing mails, browsing the Internet, or anything else.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note cell

No BlackBerry 10 smartphones till Q4 2012


A bad day for BlackBerry fans today after it was revealed that due to chipset issues we won't be seeing any BlackBerry 10 smartphones any time soon Mike Lazaridis today confirmed that news that BlackBerry 10 phones will not be making their debut anytime soon with an expected release of the first handsets set for the end of 2012.

In a conference call to investors and developers the co-CEO

The Blackberry 9900 Bold Touch now comes in White




The Blackberry 9900 Bold Touch is an enigmatic and functionally advanced mobile phone from Blackberry, which incorporates both touch screen functionality and a QWERTY keyboard, offering the best of both worlds. The unit is powered by a 1.2 GHz processor coupled with version 7 of the Blackberry operating system, and incorporates many useful features within a casing which measures 115 mm x 66 mm

Apple case helped Galaxy Tab 10.1 popularity in Australia

Samsung Australia’s mobile chief confirmed that the lawsuit with Apple did more good than harm to them. Tyler McGee says the lawsuit was followed by an extensive media coverage that helped Galaxy Tab 10.1 to become a “household name.” Samsung got the green signal from the court last week to sell Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia and according to McGee, it will hit the shelves later this week which

Samsung markets Galaxy Tab in Australia by cashing in the Apple brand

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 may have become a “household name” in Australia but the Korean giant is trying every tactic in the book to attract the attention of the Aussie consumers. In an published in a newspaper, Samsung is pitching its 10.1-inch tablet as the one that “Apple tried to stop.” We’ll let you be the judge of Samsung’s way of marketing but it seems their message has been conveyed to

Verizon Galaxy Nexus now available in United States

Verizon Galaxy NexusThe wait is finally over for the Americans as Verizon Wireless has announced the release of the first Android 4.0 phone. Starting today, users will be able to buy Galaxy Nexus (SCH-I515) from Verizon for $299.99 on contract or for just $155 if you buy via Let’s Talk with coupon code $75VZN. Few differences between the Verizon and the international variant is the support for