It has been almost a year since LG set foot on stage at MWC, announcing the LG Optimus 3D (known as LG Thrill 4G in the US). This device was pretty exciting and revolutionary. Very few manufacturers have a glasses-free 3D option for their customers. Though an impressive device, most users expected ... Read More »
Apple’s iPhone 4S may dominate sales in the US, but it looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S II has established full dominance in Samsung’s home market. Samsung has just announced that they have sold five million Galaxy S II’s in South Korea since the phone’s late April debut. To put that into perspective, more than one ... Read More »
Every year, in the first quarter, two technology conferences take place that set the pace for how the mobile industry will play out for the 12 months that follow them. There’s CES, the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Mobile World Congress, held in Barcelona, Spain.
First on the list is CES, ... Read More »
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Will 2012 finally be the year we see manufacturers take a deep breath and slow down for a minute? As far as HTC is concerned, it’s starting to look that way.
Despite multiple lawsuits and the odds against it, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been one of the most (if not the most) popular Android tablets to date. But as with every device Samsung releases, there’s always a bigger and badder sequel right around the corner. And the follow up to the Tab 10.1 sounds ... Read More »
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 »
We were given a taste of Project Kal-El (Tegra 3) at Mobile World Congress, where NVIDIA went as far as showing a working tablet with the first mobile quad-core processor. During this presentation, NVIDIA also shared availability details of these quad-core CPUs, stating that Tegra 3 tablets should be available by August, and smartphones by ... Read More »
Thought that the HTC EVO 3D was going to take the stage this year? Well, LG might just be the one to bring a device that will be directly competing with Sprint’s highly anticipated EVO 3D. LG Electronics and Wikitude (Augmented Reality Pioneer) have just announced that the LG Optimus 3D (which ... Read More »
Gingerbread and dual-core phones have been taking the stage since CES, stealing all the attention from other devices that do not seem as impressive, but still compete. Such is the LG Optimus Black, which we have seen at CES and MWC (Mobile World Congress) along with all the big brothers.
LG has just ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most anticipated devices of the year since being unveiled at Mobile World Congress. Though most of the credit for its popularity has to be given to its specs, one of the main attractions of the Galaxy S II is found in the design.
The Galaxy S II ... Read More »