There is a lot to love about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. From its the massive and gorgeous display, to its great built-in software, or even the S Pen. Hey, maybe you just think it is sexy.
A few days ago, just after the iPhone 5 launch, we compared the new iOS device with the Galaxy S3 in a series of posts (drop test, video comparison, benchmarking results and display tests) and in most cases the iPhone 5 proved to be the better device.
While some US techies are on pins and needles after finding out that the Droid Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD could have their launches delayed until the end of the year, Moto fans living in the UK can now rejoice.
AT&T announced today that it will exclusively carry the HTC One X+ and the HTC One VX in the US. The specs and features of the two phones give them a fighting chance against the fierce competitors from Samsung and LG, but will customers like them?
Sony’s flashy new James Bond phone is not the only handheld hitting AT&T these days, with the Huawei Fusion 2 targeting an entirely different crowd. The petite 3.5-incher is certainly not destined for Martini drinking undercover government agents used to high-stakes poker games, but for the more modest tech enthusiasts clinging to every buck.
Samsung’s recently announced Galaxy Note 2 phablet is already available in certain international markets, with the South Korean company expected to announce U.S. availability dates during its October 24 media event.
We talked quite a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G before its launch on September 19, but ever since then we didn’t hear much about the 4-inch slider. Despite equipping it with a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Krait CPU, Sammy didn’t manage to draw many tech users towards the mid-ranger, with the $150 on-contract price tag being slightly prohibitive.
It’s been a long and agonizing wait for Galaxy S Blaze 4G owners, but it now seems that the 4-inch mid-ranger is finally ready to get that much awaited software bump. And while the ICS leap means that the Blaze is still one step behind the times, I’m sure that most of you owning the phone ever since March 2012 will receive the news with unrestrained joy.
October shapes out to be a great month for Android lovers. The latest good news comes from HTC, which today announced the HTC One X+ and revealed that the Jelly Bean update for the HTC One X and One S will start rolling out soon.
The Atrix HD, the best Moto smartphone on AT&T, has been heavily discounted by Amazon Wireless, being now offered for the symbolical price of a penny. The 4.5-incher might not be as snappy and good-looking as the Razr HD, but it’s still a very cool high-end(ish) handheld released just a couple of months ago.