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Sprint appears to be prepping an aggressive lineup of smartphones for this fall. According to a leaked report, the Now Network will be getting a few new high-end smartphones this fall. We knew the Galaxy S II from Samsung is headed to Sprint, but until now, most reports have called this phone the Samsung Within. New information suggests Sprint may be sticking with the Epic naming and could call the upcoming Galaxy S II the Epic 4G Touch. Reports also suggest that there will be two new smartphones from Motorola and HTC. They will be known as the HTC EVO Design 4G and the Motorola Admiral. Notice... Read more...
Samsung's Galaxy S II was first introduced to the world at Mobile World Congress 2011, and despite the fact that quite a few smartphones have shipped in the months between then and now, Samsung's top-tier smartphone remains a favorite across the globe. In fact, it hasn't even shipped to America yet. With a potent dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 16GB of internal storage, a full gigabyte of RAM and the latest version of Android (2.3 aka Gingerbread), it stands as a powerhouse to compete with other top tier handsets... Samsung Galaxy S II Smartphone Review... Read more...
Samsung's Galaxy S II was first introduced to the world at Mobile World Congress 2011, and despite the fact that quite a few smartphones have shipped in the months between then and now, Samsung's top-tier smartphone remains a favorite across the globe. In fact, it hasn't even shipped to America yet. With a potent dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 16GB of internal storage, a full gigabyte of RAM and the latest version of Android (2.3 aka Gingerbread), it stands as a powerhouse to compete with other top tier handsets. There aren't any gimmicks here. No 3D. No qHD display, and no extra fancy design construction.... Read more...
There's reason for Samsung to celebrate the 4th of July. The company just recently crossed the three million mark for units sold on their Galaxy S II smartphone. That happened in just 55 days, compared to the 85 days it took the original Galaxy S to sell that many units. It's a wild milestone. It means that a Galaxy S II device was sold every 1.5 seconds since launch around the world, and here's the really crazy part: it's not even available in the U.S. yet, among other places. Those in the U.S. have had to import them, and while it's highly likely that it will ship to AT&T at some point, it... Read more...
Samsung's Galaxy S II has made a huge splash around the world. With the original Galaxy S handset selling over 10 million units globally, Samsung saw it impossible to overlook a follow-up device with a similar name. And the S II definitely has the chops to be as popular as the first. A dual-core 1GHz CPU, and a qHD high-res display are just the tip of the iceberg. But in order to get mass appeal in the States, you need a phone available across a wide variety of carriers; all four of the major ones, if you can manage. To this point, the Galaxy S II seemed like it would be skipping over AT&T... Read more...
Oh, brother! Another port to remember! As the times change, so do the ways in which we sync our devices, and Samsung's newly announced Galaxy S II has a port that has never been used on a smartphone before, and based on the specifications, we're hoping that it somehow comes to more phones in the near future. The port in question is the MHL port, which stands for Mobile High-Definition. It's a video link standard that was built by a group of companies including Nokia, Toshiba, Samsung, Sony and Silicon Image. This is partly good news, and partly bad. One one hand, having a port that can be used... Read more...
Samsung, like Sony Ericsson and Nokia, had a press event today in Barcelona to kick off the opening of Mobile World Congress. And like SE, Samsung had a few surprises in store for those who came. The first was the next version of the highly successful Galaxy S. That smartphone has sold over 10 million units worldwide, and Samsung (along with Google) is very proud of that fact. Rather than drastically changing the formula, Samsung's making the next version pretty familiar. In fact, it's simply called the Galaxy S II. Rather than renaming a popular device, the company is just throwing a II on the... Read more...
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