We saw iPhone 4 facing the signal reception problems, which is due to the antenna design, but after watching the video below, I don’t think so iPhone 4 is the only phone with the problem. Because according to the video, the Samsung Galaxy S is also facing the problem. I don’t know is the video is true or fake, may be some Galaxy S models are facing this or only the guy who posted the video on Youtube. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S facing reception issues?”
Samsung Wave is turning out to be another blockbuster for the Korean handset maker Samsung . The Bada OS powered Wave has sold more than 1 million units worldwide and it took only4 weeks. Continue reading “Samsung Wave sales cross 1 million in 4 weeks”
Samsung Galaxy S is one of the most successful devices of Samsung this year , they recently launched the smartphone in South Korea and they sold more than 200,000 in just 10 days, that’s a big achievement. People who bought the Galaxy S in S.Korea are very happy, and they are waiting for only one thing which is missing in Galaxy S, the Android 2.2. Samsung Hub is reporting that Android 2.2 for South Korean Galaxy S is set to release in early August, which is more than a good news for S.Korean folks. August is around the corner so S.Koreans start waiting.
Continue reading “Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S receiving Android 2.2 in August, but only in S.Korea”
Recently HTC launched 2 new handsets, Droid Incredible on Verizon and HTC EVO 4G on Sprint. Both phones are very good and both devices are current flagship devices of their carriers. But both phones are facing a problem, and it’s “shortage”. If you go to any Verizon store near you, you will not be able to buy the Droid Incredible from the store because of the shortage, but Verizon made a smart move and people who pre-ordered the Droid Incredible will get a Droid X, which is coming out on July 15. Continue reading “Sprint facing EVO 4G shortage, launches 4G coverage in 7 new cities!”
We were at the Samsung Blogger Meet and got a Galaxy S i9000 for Review. Here are the unboxing pictures of the latest Samsung Android phone in India.
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Folks over at USA who are waiting for the T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant anxiously, you can now pre-order your Vibrant by heading over to RadioShack. And if you like to receive a $50 gift card with your Samsung Vibrant, then pre-order your phone before July 18th. The beautiful and breathtaking fast phone is priced at $199.99 with a 2-year agreement, and with the minimum data plan of $30. And if you don’t want to buy the phone with contract, then you can get it for $499.99 without contract. You will receive you Samsung Vibrant on July 21st.
Samsung Galaxy S is one of the hottest device these days. Samsung has announced that they will launch the Galaxy S in 110 countries. They recently launched the Galaxy on all 4 major USA carriers, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, and they also launched it in UK via Vodafone, Orange, and O2. Guess who’s missing? T-Mobile UK is missing but they announced today that they are now taking orders for the Samsung Galaxy S. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S hits T-Mobile UK”
Samsung Wave, the first phone powered by Samsung’s own OS known as Bada OS. The Samsung Wave lands in Canada via Rogers and Bell. Rogers is offering the Samsung Wave for $99.99 on a 3-year contract and $474.99 with no-contract, and Bell is offering the device for a very low price of $29.95 on a 3-year, $149.95 on a 2-year, $249.95 for 1-year and you can get it without contract for $299.95, which is $175 cheaper than the Rogers one. So which carrier you are going to choose? Continue reading “Samsung Wave hits Canada via Rogers and Bell”
We saw the Samsung Beam, the first Android phone with built in DLP Pico Projector at MWC a few months ago. Samsung has announced the first country to receive the Samsung Beam is Singapore. The Samsung Beam will be available in Singapore via StarHub starting July 17. Samsung Beam is a very good phone, which comes with very good features. StarHub will showcase the device on July 10, so you can go over there and check out the device. Watch all the features of Samsung Beam after the break. Continue reading “Samsung Beam launching in Singapore”
AT&T has finally announced the availability and price of their upcoming high-end device, the Samsung Captivate. AT&T will officially launch this phone on July 18, with the price tag of $199 on a new 2-yr contract after rebate, and for this phone, you will need a minimum data plan of $15. Have a look on some highlights of the Captivate after the break: Continue reading “Samsung Captivate Price and Availability revealed by AT&T”
Reliance Communications, recently launched the India’s first CDMA Phone on Android Platform, Samsung Galaxy i899. This phone is finally available in India with a price tag of Rs.19,990.
Reliance Communications, recently launched Samsung Galaxy i899, the India’s first CDMA Phone on Android Platform. This phone was already launched in the US, Europe and China, but India was skipped. Samsung Galaxy i899 is finally available in India with a price tag of Rs.19,990. This handset comes with 3.2 megapixel camera, 32GB expandable memory, 3.2 inch AMOLED screen and much more. Check out the complete specs below.
Sprint has announced the Samsung Intercept Android Phone which comes with a 3.2 inch touchscreen display and a full slide out QWERTY keyboard. It also packs a 3.2 Megapixel Camera on the back.
In a major roadmap leak in the UK several unreleased devices such as the Nokie E7, HTC Gold, Acer, Vision, Samsung i8700 Cetus have been leaked. Even a Blackberry 9300 Curve has been spotted.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S and HTC Desire are powered by a 1GHz CPU but the Galaxy S uses a Hummingbird CPU while the Desire uses a Snapdragon CPU.
Watch the video below to see how the Samsung Hummingbird chip wins over the HTC Desire. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S beats HTC Desire in Quake 2”
If rumours are to be believed, this is the Samsung I9200 which might look like a fashion oriented handset due to its slim profile but you will be amazed when you read it’s specifications.