Qualcomm Snapdragon chips are pretty much the standard here in the U.S. Almost all mobile devices use some level of Snapdragon, whether it be an all powerful Snapdragon 810 or a lowly Snapdragon 410 for budget devices. However, it hasn’t always been this way. Samsung used to use its own in-house Exynos chips with great results ... Read More »
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Several US carriers might have delayed the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S 4, but you still might be able to spend some hands-on time with the device if you head to your local Best Buy. The two companies announced the in-store Samsung Experience Shots earlier this month, but today they held a press ... Read More »
If you have your heart set on an 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Note, your wait may finally be over. Rumors about an 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Note tablet have been floating around the web for a few month, but now we have official ... Read More »
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I know a lot of Android fans would love to see the Samsung Galaxy S III specs in a smaller form factor, so prepare to be disappointed with the latest Galaxy S III Mini. The device is nothing to be ashamed of, but it doesn’t offer the latest and greatest specs that some had hoped ... Read More »
While rumors of the LG Nexus seem to be getting all the attention these days, Samsung hopes to make a big splash tomorrow with the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini. The event is schedule to take place on October 11th in Frankfurt, Germany. According to Samsung Mobile’s JK Shin, there is significant demand “in ... Read More »
Today in London, Samsung Mobile unveiled the Galaxy S III. The event is just kicking off, but Samsung sent out their press release a little early. Details after the break.
We all expected the Samsung Galaxy Note to receive Android 4.0 in Q1, but unfortunately the software upgrade has been pushed back to sometime in Q2. Thankfully this major upgraded dubbed “Premium Suite” will include a lot more than just Ice Cream Sandwich.
Today Samsung shared a video that detailed all the new things coming ... Read More »
This weekend Samsung announced that global handset sales had reached 300 million in 2011, a new record for the Korean company. Numbers were boosted this year by the Galaxy S II, which set a new record for Samsung by hitting 10 million sales faster than any other mobile device in the company’s history. Samsung’s own ... Read More »
J.K. Shin, President of Samsung Mobile, weighed in on the state of the division in an interview just prior to the kick off of Computex Taipei and shed some light on some of their plans for the future.
Shin confirmed that they are working with carriers in the US and South Korea with an eye ... Read More »
Samsung Electronics revealed they were already working on a next generation tablet based off the upcoming Honeycomb version of Android (possibly Android 3.5) during a Q&A session today at IFA.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab will launch with FroYo (Android 2.2) and eventually be upgraded to Gingerbread (maybe Android 3.0), but Samsung said Honeycomb was ... Read More »