America’s four large carriers haven’t exactly been privy to Windows Phone 8-powered handhelds so far, but at least as far as Sprint is concerned things are about to change. The network has just unveiled its first two WP8 smartphones, which it plans to start selling “later in the summer”.
Samsung Electronics is in preliminary discussions with the EU antitrust regulator to settle charges slapped on them for allegedly using illegal sales tactics. The Korean chaebol was accused of keeping their chief rival Apple from licensing essential cellular patents.
SK Telecom has unleashed the first publicly available LTE-Advanced network to residents of South Korea, but the problem is not many devices currently support the latest LTE speeds.
Yet another variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 gets revealed. Unlike the others, this one comes in the same dimensions and specifications save for one little aspect, the chipset.
The Galaxy Mega 6.3 and 5.8 will soon come in… purple.
SK Telecom’s LTE Advanced network is set to go live by the end of this week, and there are rumours that Samsung is ready to launch the LTE Advanced version of the S4 this week.
The recently announced ATIV Q dual-boot (Android and Windows 8) tablet by Samsung brought to us the first ever Core i5 powered Android tablet/hybrid, and boy is the chip breaking records in the ARM dominated mobile world.
Completely ignored during the “Premiere” event last week, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 slates are back on our radar, as they have finally been scheduled for US launches. All three new Android-based tablets will see daylight in America on July 7, with pricing set to start at a predictable $199.
Specifications for a Smartphone don’t just change this late in its development or this close from its imminent release, but it not everyday that evleaks gets it wrong. The latest buzz is that the Galaxy Note III packs a 5.7-inch display, smaller than the originally rumored 5.99-inch panel.
Freshly leaked images gives us a first glimpse of the Galaxy Note III from the front, and guess what, it looks a lot like the Galaxy S4, only with a slightly enhanced design with thinner bezels. A render of the Galaxy Note III, looks pretty accurate to me
SamMobile, popular source for Samsung mobile related news, leaks the unreleased Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean firmware for the Galaxy S III.
Yet another leaked image of the upcoming Galaxy Note III teases a S4-esque design.
Samsung’s rumored launch of a Galaxy S4 with LTE Advanced is not going down well with its South Korean consumer base.
Hey, remember how we told you yesterday that Samsung was planning to intro multiple ATIV Book 9s in London? Well, voila. ATIV Book 9 Plus and ATIV Book 9 Lite are the official names of the new ultrabooks, which are bound to replace Sammy’s old Series 9 in the grand scheme of things.
Although Samsung (re) introduced the world to the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active and Zoom during yesterday’s Premiere event, the show’s spotlight was primarily on new ATIV family members. The ATIV Q Windows 8/Android hybrid was the center of attention, but the ATIV Tab 3 is not to be ignored either.
The Samsung Galaxy NX is a high-end camera, but then again it’s a high-end phone as well. Think of the new Galaxy device as a confused amalgam of both, hoping to not lose its true identity in the process.
Finally, Samsung unveiled the miniature version – Galaxy S4 mini—of its flagship smartphone at the London Premiere 2013 event.
Samsung is holding an event later today and most of the leaks up to this point have been relating to the Galaxy brand. Well that just changed as some hints of what to expect for Windows have surfaced online.
A new rumor suggests that the Korean Giant may launch the much awaited Galaxy Note III earlier than expected. Why? The main reason analysts believe are the poor sales figures of its flagship smartphone, Galaxy S4.
Leaked image of the Samsung Galaxy Note III shows of the thin bezel of the upcoming 5.99-inch phablet.