The new Samsung Galaxy Advance will be arriving in Russia some time soon and will see a global release in the coming months after, we take a look at the cut price device.
Samsung are looking to release the Samsung Galaxy S3 in April according to a Russian blogger, and with a new model appearing on the Samsung website briefly could this be true?
Samsung are to launch a white version of the popular Nexus model to UK buyers in February, but will the US version of the Galaxy Nexus, going by the name of Prime also get the same treatment?
Samsung Galaxy S owners have been told a few things of late and if a South Korean website is to be believed, then the news is that the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich may not be quite as it appeared, and will actually be more of a value add, than a full blown upgrade.
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab may get an Ice Cream Sandwich update after all, we examine news just in that suggests that Samsung will make a workaround to counteract the issues that have forced an initial no show for ICS on these devices.
Could the 15th of December finally be the release date of the long awaited Samsung Galaxy Nexus on US shores? A leaked picture from Costso would suggest that the device is pretty damn close to launch.
Due for release in early 2012, Samsung’s new tablet pc, the Galaxy Tab 11.6 will not be outdone by Apple, as Samsung seem to be keen to add the same high resolution retina display to their new tablet PC offering.
Does anyone want an iPod anyone? Well if you do you may want to consider the Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0, we take a closer look at this Android based iPod rival from Samsung.
Samsung have taken a beating globally over patent issues with Apple, but could the tide of fortune be changing for the South Korean tech giant as more rulings start to favour Samsung?
Samsung have been dealt another heavy blow in Australia as Apple have taken ongoing patent issues to the high court further delaying the sale of the Galaxy tab in Australia.
The release of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was not without problems. An issue related to the volume caused the Ice Cream Sandwich based device to lower the call volume and a reboot was the only option to solve the problem. however a solution is now provided as a free upgrade.
Do you think that Samsung are right to try and sell the new Samsung S2 on specifications alone or are they missing the point that Apple users get more functionality via apps from their smartphones for day to day usage?
Google have dropped support of adobe flash in their new operating system “Ice cream sandwich” so will the new galaxy nexus suffer from the perceived brand new world of HTML5 as it is still quite new in terms of adoption and sophistication?
Legal issues force Samsung to redesign their Galaxy tab for the German market: Samsung bowed down to a court ruling related to the sale of their popular tablet in Germany after a ruling many weeks…
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