The next generation of smartphones is on its way, and one of Android’s advantages is definitely the wide selection of handsets that its open platform provides. After writing about the main features of the HTC Sensation, it came to my attention that most of you were comparing that device to the Samsung Galaxy ... Read More »
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Smartphones have majorly changed the way we deal with daily matters and these devices have even become a necessity for many of us, but there are those that simply don’t need such a strong phone and would prefer a WiFi-only device to use as a PDA/multimedia device. Finding a good “phoneless smartphone” is not an ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S series has gained a very high level of popularity in the U.S., one of the main reasons being that there is a Galaxy S device available on every major carrier (as well as some smaller carriers). Since Mobile World Congress, Samsung fans have surely been excited for the release ... Read More »
Update: A representative of Samsung has informed me that this Facebook page is not an official Samsung account. Any U.S. Galaxy S news will be posted on the official Samsung Facebook page.
Some would argue that Samsung and “timely software updates” should never be used in the same sentence, but we are starting to hear some rumblings that they could be the first handset maker to provide an over-the-air update to Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) for US carriers.
Forget about the Samsung Galaxy S Froyo update! How would you feel about a fresh serving of Gingerbread? We’ve heard for a while that Samsung’s Android team has been hard at work on their Gingerbread update for the Galaxy S line, but if you’re not in the mood to wait around for a long, long, ... Read More »
Not everyone is familiar with Corning’s Gorilla Glass yet, but many of the current Android devices out there are already using it. Samsung chose Gorilla Glass for most of their Android lineup (Galaxy S series and Galaxy Tab),Dell is a big customer (Aero, Streak, Venue), and it was used in the original Motorola Droid.
Manufactured ... Read More »
We don’t give MetroPCS much love on this site, but the nation’s fifth largest carrier just announced their first relevant Android smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Indulge is the world’s first commercially available 4G LTE Android smartphone and it goes on sale later this week for $399 without a contract.
The Galaxy Indulge is MetroPCS’s version ... Read More »
I might be Gameloft’s harshest critic, but I’m also their biggest fan. There is no denying that these guys make the best games for Android, but we have so far been disappointed that few have made their way to the official Android Market. I have a feeling that will change real soon, but ... Read More »
On the week that Samsung customer frustration hit an all time high, T-Mobile finally announced their Android 2.2 update for their Galaxy S and now Sprint has tweeted they are working to deliver it to their Epic 4G as soon as possible.
Sprint emphasized that the FroYo update for the Epic ... Read More »