Curious about which processor will be used in the Samsung Galaxy S III? Rumors have suggested that Samsung was working on a quad-core 2.0 GHz processor. That sounds crazy, but there is a small chance it might actually come true.
It’s been awhile since I reviewed an Android device, so let’s jump right to the point. The Samsung Galaxy S II is the best Android phone of 2011. At least for another week (maybe less). We often joke that new Android phones come out every week, but next week happens to be special. Google and Samsung are ... Read More »
As we count down to a possible demo of Ice Cream Sandwich on October 11, more clues are beginning to appear about the specs of the fabled Nexus Prime. The latest tidbit comes from Samsung Semiconductor Inc., which just announced their new dual-core 1.5 GHz Exynos 4212 processor.
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New rumors about the magnificent upcoming Nexus device are all the rage right now. We may be so excited about the new Nexus phone that we’ve partly ignored the news about the Samsung Galaxy S III. If these rumors prove to be true, that phone will be quite the beast–even better than the Read More »
There was a lot of confusion surrounding the hardware specs of the Galaxy S II when Samsung announced the superphone last month at Mobile World Congress. Samsung’s official press release said the device featured a dual-core application processor, but it never mentioned which specific CPU was inside. When we questioned Samsung on this we were initially told ... Read More »
As expected, Samsung kicked off Mobile World Congress by announcing the new Samsung Galaxy S II. Like any true successor, the Galaxy S II delivers on all the expectations set by the original and raises the bar to a whole new level. The Samsung Galaxy S II comes equipped with a 4.27-inch 800 x 480 ... Read More »
Everyone expected Samsung Electronics’ first dual-core processor to be called Orion, but it turns out that was just a codename and the final branding is Exynos (I have no idea how to pronounce it). The new name comes from the Greek words smart (exypnos) and green (prasinos) and represents Samsung’s new “smart and green” ... Read More »