As T-Mobile continues to prepare their LTE network for consumer use, its handsets are being updated with the appropriate firmware to take advantage of the LTE-capable radios already on board. Today, an update for the T-Mobile branded Samsung Galaxy Note II is being pushed out that does just that.
When Samsung announced their Galaxy S 4 device last night, they revealed that some versions would ship with their 1.6 GHz Exynos 5 Octa chip and others would include a quad-core 1.9 GHz Qualcomm chip. There was some initial confusion over which Qualcomm processor would be used, but the company confirmed it’s their new Snapdragon ... Read More »
Samsung has just announced the highly anticipated Galaxy S 4, and already a lucky select few are posting their first hands-on impressions of the device. Does it stand up to the Galaxy S III, quite possibly the most popular Android device ever released? Here’s what people are saying.
After months of rumors, leaks and anticipation, Samsung has just officially announced the the Galaxy S 4 (in a bizarre, epic broadway style show). The Galaxy S 4 trumps the S III in every way imaginable. It’s thinner, sturdier, has beefier specs and a ton of software enhancements that will differentiate it from other handsets ... Read More »
We are still five hours away from Samsung’s big launch event for the Galaxy S IV, but you can break out Google Translate and head over to Chinese blog mobile.it168 if you would like an in-depth preview of what’s coming later tonight. This site has been leaking out pictures and videos ... Read More »
The countdown for “The Next Big Thing” has begun. In a little over eight hours, Samsung will unveil the next Galaxy S smartphone to the world. Samsung did a pretty good job of concealing the final design of the Samsung Galaxy S III before it launched, but the supposed Galaxy S IV has been heavily leaked ... Read More »
If you’re thinking about buying an Android phone right now, chances are you’re stuck deciding between two models — the HTC One, or Samsung’s yet to be unveiled Galaxy S IV. Had HTC played their cards right, and managed to get everything in order, the One would be available and shipping just as soon as ... Read More »