Yesterday we learned that the Samsung Galaxy S III would be unveiled at separate Samsung-hosted event in the first half of the year, but the company is still looking forward to “introducing and demonstrating exciting new mobile products” at Mobile World Congress 2012. According to Anton Nagy of PocketNow, one of those products could be the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus.
Anton posted an An3DBenchXL result which listed a device with the [Read More...]
Could Google be working on a slightly updated version of the Galaxy Nexus? It wouldn’t be the first time a manufacturer refreshed a device just months after the initial release. A recent benchmark score spotted on the Nenamark site shows a Galaxy Nexus featuring a PowerVR SGX544 graphics processor.
The faster SGX544 GPU is included with Texas Instruments’ upcoming OMAP4470 processor. This is the successor to the original OMAP4460 found in [Read More...]
Just as we finished analyzing the first leaked photo of the Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus, the Korean electronics giant released the official full specs sheet and [Read More...]
We’re only days away from the official beginning of the 2012 International CES consumer technology tradeshow, which means that we should get [Read More...]
Today sees the unveiling of a new entry-level Android handset from Samsung, the 3.65-inch Galaxy Ace Plus. The Ace Plus is the successor to last year’s Galaxy Ace, which was Sammy’s main mid-range phone for Europe in 2011. It’s billed as a phone for “trendy and sociable young professionals” (so that’s us out), and brings Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the latest TouchWiz 4.0 onto a 3.65-inch HVGA display. Design-wise, you’ve got a [Read More...]
Motorola’s MOTOACTV is now pushing out a new update to all 8GB models, with 16GB models set to receive the upgrade within the next week. The upgrade (software version 4.55.76 and 4.56.76 ) improves the battery life, adding up to [Read More...]
LG today launched the Prada 3.0, which is a stylish phone that looks pretty good. This news comes after its announcement of the LG Nitro HD headed to AT&T. The Prada 3.0 packs some decent power to help it run Android Gingerbread 2.3.7 on top of its redesigned monochrome Prada UI. This is the third collaboration between the Korean manufacturer [Read More...]
The Amazon Kindle Fire launches next week with thousands of apps available through the just re-launched Amazon Appstore for Android. Amazon just sent us a note that Hulu Plus and ESPN Scorecenter will be among the big names of apps joining the lineup of Fire options.
However, according to tech mover and shaker Robert Scoble, not all Android apps will be compatible with the [Read More...]
The back-and-forth between the Amazon Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet continues, with the former this morning announcing that it will have Hulu Plus and ESPN ScoreCenter when it launches next week. That means the Kindle Fire will have the three major video content services — Amazon, Netflix and now Hulu Plus — which certainly is quite the selling point.
While Samsung went ahead and announced it previously, T-Mobile has now comfirmed the release date and pricing for their 4G enabled 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. Running on Android 3.2 Honeycomb, it’s got a 1.2GHz dual-core Exynos processor, 1GB of RAM, a 3MP rear camera and 2MP front camera and Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on the 1024×600 display.
Beginning Nov. 16, T-Mobile will be offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab [Read More...]