Quick, what’s the freshest, coolest, baddest Android gadget around? The second-gen Google Nexus 7 (aka Nexus 7 2013), you say? You’re probably right.
HTC, Samsung, and Sony have spoken out on their plans to update devices to Android 4.3, the latest version of the OS that Google officially unveiled at its “breakfast with Sundar Pichai” event.
Samsung has started mass production of 3GB LPDDR3 RAM for mobile phones, built on a 20 nanometer process, and will be introducing it in devices in the second half of 2013.
Opera’s latest figures on mobile advertising show that iOS and Apple are still kings of the county when it comes to the total ad revenue on mobile phones, with Android coming in at a distant second place.
This quarter, Samsung posted a larger profit than Apple. Will this impact the patent and licensing disputes the companies have before the courts?
Apple isn’t dominating the smartphone business like it did in the past, but iPads are still ‘in’ and soon there may be a 13-inch iPad thrown into the mix to keep things fresh for consumers.
Since they’ve never been Samsung’s main focus, the company’s Galaxy Tabs have garnered very little attention over the past few years. The newest family members seem to not be an exception to the rule, although they don’t look so very bad and they’re quickly expanding their availability.
Are you sickened by the ongoing “bigger is better” trend of the smartphone market? Want something snazzy-looking that packs a punch and fits easily in your trouser pocket? Don’t want to use both upper limbs when handling what you like to call a “phone”?
Everybody knows the Galaxy Note 3 is coming and that it will be big, both literally and figuratively. But what if it’s not the only flagship device Samsung has prepared for this fall?
Samsung will not be manufacturing the chipsets in the iPhone 6, but will be back for future iPhones.
Here’s a nutty idea of blending the past and future of mobile tech – putting Android on a flip phone. You know, the kind of handhelds that everyone owned or dreamed of owning a half a decade ago. Just with Android on top of it all.
Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, Tab 3 8.0 and Tab 3 10.1. Those are the names of the Samsung tablets released so far this year. And that’s not counting the Windows-powered ATIV Q and ATIV Tab 3, which have been announced recently but are yet to go on sale.
Remember how nicely all of the HTC One Mini puzzle pieces seemed to have fallen into place last week? The petite (by 2013 standards) phone smiled to the camera more than once and had its specs revealed, looking like a far superior mid-range, mid-sized option to a flagship than Samsung’s GS4 Mini.
During her tour of South Korea, Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg met up with Samsung’s VP to discuss mobile matters, which begs us to ask the question: Will there be a Samsung Second with Home?
It’s definitely not unusual to see Samsung yanking Apple’s chain (or the other way around) on primetime TV, but when it involves dancing ninjas and a goat… you have to assume something went wrong.
Are you wondering if there are more Apple haters than Samsung haters? Well, there are more than enough of both to start World War III, but as of right now it seems like there are more Samsung loyalists than Apple’s—at least that’s what we’re getting out of a recent survey.
If Apple is willing to dumb down its iPad by making a ‘mini’ then there’s a possibility that an iPhone with a 5+ inch display is also around the corner. For phablet aficionados, a tiny 5-inch screen probably won’t be enough, so how about an iPhone with a 5.7-inch display?
It was fun while it lasted. I mean, while it was being worked on. Or while we thought it was being worked on. Okay, let me start again. Tizen, a mobile operating system that for all intents and purposes is not yet alive, is “almost dead”.
Android-powered smart cameras have been seen as devices of the future for as long as I can remember, but so far Samsung has essentially been the only big manufacturer to make real efforts towards creating a market out of this concept.
Oppo’s Find 5 is a legitimate handset and can potentially contend with the likes of Samsung if it had the marketing power to back it up, but it doesn’t. That, however, doesn’t stop us from digging into the heart of China to figure out what Oppo is up to, and from what we found so