After all the hype and waiting, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has finally been released in the US and is available for purchase straight from Verizon. We know many of our readers have been waiting for this moment and probably have this device in their hands right now, or are about to. ... Read More »
Another week, another OTA update gone bad.
Over the past few weeks, Samsung has been rolling out an over-the-air update for their Galaxy Tab 10.1, which brings along their TouchWiz UI overlay to the Honeycomb platform. According to reports over at XDA, the update has caused some owners of the Tab 10.1 to ... Read More »
Now that Samsung has that whole Galaxy S II in space thing all locked up, they’ve finally turned their attentions back to those of us in the troposphere and realized that the U.S. launch still hadn’t happened.
On August 29th in New York, the company will be making a major product ... Read More »
Samsung Galaxy S II with slide-out physical keyboard coming to AT&T (Updated: Not the Galaxy S II after all / Verizon’s version coming too)
It’s been almost 3 months since the Samsung Galaxy S II was released in South Korea. Though this has been one of the most anticipated devices of the year and has been popping up all over the world, the US remains an exception. In the midst of rage and ... Read More »
Typically there are two times a year when devices start to leak so fast it’s hard to keep up with them. At the very beginning of the year before all the conventions and now, late summer. As the pre-production process for the holiday season moves forward, upcoming phones make their way through more and more ... Read More »
It’s no big news that Android, with about 550,000 activations a day, now has greater market share than Apple. But to say one lone manufacturer is beating the almighty iPhone? That’s quite a claim. Bloomberg reported Samsung has left Nokia way behind in Q2 sales, and might have even beat Apple.
According to the Q2 ... Read More »
A Nexus device is everything an Android fan could ask for. The pure Google experience without any manufacturer modifications. The Samsung Nexus S is currently available to T-Mobile and Sprint users, but we certainly wish it would be on all carriers. We have been expecting to see the device on ... Read More »
O Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II, wherefore art thou Galaxy S II? While other countries have long been enjoying the sweet hum of your dual-core Exynos chipset, here in the States we sit quietly and wait for something, somewhere, to happen. Even Bell Canada has their own varient of the Galaxy S II now. ... Read More »
We know some of you love those physical keyboards, and the selection of devices with this feature is becoming less abundant. Verizon (like most carriers) doesn’t have many options (mostly just the Motorola Droid family and the LG Ally). If you’ve been waiting for your next slide-out keyboard device, and don’t want to ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most desired Android smartphones of 2011. Despite its popularity, this phone is yet to make it to the U.S. It’s been popping up everywhere around the world since its debut in Korea last April, but the U.S. is not getting any love ... Read More »