By now, Samsung and Google can't be too happy with Japanese NTT DoCoMo, as the company has leaked the very soon to launch Galaxy Nexus flagship phone that will be the first Ice Cream Sandwich/Android 4.0 handset. The specs should be correct this time around, although we'll wait for the announcement at around 10-ish today
Google and Samsung are together expected to announce what is currently codenamed the Nexus Prime on the 12th of October and now detailed specification of what is purportedly the new handset. The new handset will feature a curved screen and Samsung has already released a teaser video that shows little else but the curve.
It's actually quite amazing how many products Samsung makes and there's no wonder that the company is starting to have such a dominant place in the mobile market space. The company announced no less than five new products related to mobile products, a new HD CMOS sensor, a 16Megapixel CMOS sensor, faster 64GB eMMC flash
It looks like Samsung may have another trick up its sleeves. It was just last week that the Korean manufacturer said that it plans to open source their Bada platform to rely less on Android operating system. And it looks like the company is collaborating with Intel and Linux groups to develop a new Linux software
Good news to users who are using Windows Phone 7. This morning, Microsoft Singapore has officially announced the launch of their long-awaited Windows Phone 7.5 (formerly codenamed "Mango"). The update for existing Windows Phone 7 will begin today and available to most customers by end of October. HTC and Samsung were also at the event
Samsung has unveiled their new Windows 7.5 (Mango) smartphone which comes in the form of Omnia W, and it will have a price tag of approximately US$420. The Omnia W will ship from end October in Italy and slowly to other countries including Asia.
The Samsung Galaxy Skin was unveiled at CES 2011 and features a bendable and foldable display that is able to withstand hard blows. However, the phone was still in conceptual stage, though if reports are true, the Samsung Galaxy Skin could become commercial next year.
Back in May last year Samsung started building its Line-16 memory fab and trial production kicked off back in June this year, followed by mass production in August and the company has now announced that the Fab has gone into full production. According to Samsung this is the world's largest memory Fab and that in
Flip-out display on a digital camera for user to capture pictures even in an awkward angle, isn't a new feature, However, Samsung has implemented the flip-out touch display (including some of the buttons) on the their new MultiView MV800 compact camera.
With Google acquiring Motorola, it looks like Korean company Samsung plans to open source its Bada platform next year. The move is to get more manufacturers and developers to help grow the Bada ecosystem, and also to be less reliant on the Android mobile operating system.
Today, NTT Docomo unveiled two tablet devices which support the telco operator's extra-high-speed next-generation LTE Xi (read “Crossy”) service. The two tablets are the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01D and Fujitsu ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D, and both will be available in October next month
Over the years we've seen a lot of peculiar bits of hardware launch, but Samsung's new SE-208BW optical drive with Wi-Fi interface is among the strangest we've ever seen. Samsung calls it the Smart Media Hub rather than an optical drive, as beyond being able to connect to a PC over Wi-Fi, it also works
Even if the rumours about Samsung's interest in HP's PC business were refuted by the company, if Samsung's Series 7 notebook announcement is anything to go by, the company has a bright future in the notebook market. The Series 7 is Samsung's new performance line of notebooks, but possibly the most impressive feature is the
So you want a new smartphone to play around with, but do not wish to get involved with the fan war that is currently raging between Android, Symbian, BlackBerry OS, Windows Phone 7 and iOS users, don't you? If so, don't sweat it; Samsung has just announced the availability of a new batch of smartphones
For most people, the fact that their smartphones boast the capability to provide basic audio and video playback means that there is little need to invest in a dedicated portable media player when their smartphones can satisfy that need. However, it seems that there are enough people who believe in the value of having such
There is no denying that the Galaxy S II is one of the better smartphones on the market today, but leave it to Samsung to kick the S II's 'awesome' factor up by yet another notch with its recent announcement. Apparently, the Korean Electronics giant has revealed its plans to showcase a variant of its
Samsung may have announced its plans to release a chunk of new additions to its bestselling Galaxy line of smartphones, but one aspect which the Korean electronics giant has seemingly kept mum on is about the availability of various colour choices for the new smartphones, if at all. And as luck would have it, it
Remember Samsung's Bada platform for mobile phones? Turns out that the Korean electronics giant is not about to let the Bada platform fade away into obscurity, even as big-name players such as Apple's iOS, Google's Android and Research In Motion's BlackBerry OS have cemented their places as the platforms to look out for in the
Samsung has announced the availability of three new additions to the Professional Series 3 series of widescreen LCD monitors. Known as the S27A850, S24A650 and S24A350T, the Korean electronics giant has claimed that the new monitors are capable of meeting the needs of professionals, as well reduce energy consumption with various eco-friendly features.
For the most part, notebooks are typically made available for sale to consumers in any colour they want, as long as it is black, blue, red, or white, but leave it to Samsung to raise the bar for colour variety with its new line of Samsung Sense Series 3 300V series of notebooks that have