Windows Phone versus Samsung Nexus: We bring you what must be one of the most embarrassing episodes in the whole history of “my phone is better than yours” boll***ks. Please watch as Ben Rudolph from…
Samsung Galaxy Nexus issues related to rebooting problems continue to plague owners of the Ice Cream Sandwich device that is the flagship model for Samsung and Google.
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 have seen a dramatic increase in profits in 2011, partly down to a sale of their hard disk division to Seagate but also to the runaway success of tow of their smartphones.
Letstalk used social media effectively to take the buzz and anticipation about the new Samsung galaxy Nexus US release and obtain a nice share of facebook followers while offering initial buyers a hefty discount on the new smartphone.
Could December the 15th be the actual US release date of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone, we take a good look at some new evidence that would suggest that this date could be the final one.
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.
Samsung have become well known for delivering very powerful smartphones, so what do we make of the new Galaxy Nexus device that runs on Ice Cream Sandwich, the new Android O/S?
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?