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 in ... 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 4G ... Read More »
Today Samsung and T-Mobile officially announced the Galaxy S 4G, which they are claiming is “the fastest smartphone running on America’s Largest 4G Network”. The Galaxy S 4G will be T-Mobile’s first handset to take full advantage of their 4G HSPA+ network which now covers 200 million people nationwide. Previous 4G handsets from T-Mobile topped ... Read More »
Today T-Mobile held an event featuring new CEO Philipp Humm and Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene Obermann where they discussed their strategy for 2011. For starters, they confirmed two new 4G phones that have been widely rumored. Both the Samsung Galaxy S 4G (Vibrant 4G) and Sidekick 4G should be arriving on T-Mobile in ... Read More »
In the next couple of weeks Samsung will unveil the successor to the Galaxy S (rumored to be a dual-core Tegra 2 device). I’m sure it will be an awesome piece of hardware, but many Android fans will steer clear of the device based solely on Samsung’s reputation of poor software updates.
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The verdict is in. Samsung has failed to upgrade their reputation when it comes to Android software updates.
Samsung produces the Android phones with the best hardware (that’s why I purchased the Nexus S), but they are one of the worst companies when it comes to continued software support.
When Samsung announced the ... Read More »
Now that we know Motorola will unveil their Honeycomb tablet at CES, it appears that Samsung will rush out a competing product to try and keep pace in the tablet wars. We have heard little about Samsung’s CES plans, but a report from the Korea Times thinks that Samsung will reveal updated ... Read More »
A new leak posted at Phone Arena confirms that Sprint will be the first U.S. carrier to deliver Android 2.2 to their Galaxy S phone. The Samsung Epic 4G will begin to receive an over-the-air update starting on December 26th, according to an internal memo.
Sprint is quickly building the reputation of offering ... Read More »
Do smartphone benchmarks even matter? A lot of people would say “Nope” and I would agree with some, but we still like to run them every time a new version of Android is released or when a new processor hits the market. This last week Google launched the Nexus S with Android 2.3, so ... Read More »