Could a device that needed eight months (!) to get from unveiling to launch still be attractive? Probably not, but we know at least one company that hopes some of you will answer “yes” to that question. That’s Acer, who first introduced the CloudMobile phone back in February at MWC 2012 only to make it available today, almost 240 days later.
Everybody’s waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to hit the States, which is why we’re happy to let you know that the US release looks on schedule. No, we still haven’t heard anything official from Samsung or any one of the five carriers confirmed to sell the “beast”, but we have spotted three different versions of the device getting FCC approval.
The Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update is getting closer and closer both for international and U.S. versions of the handset – in fact, some European buyers have already received their Android 4.1.1 upgrades, not to mention that various international carriers are launching the Galaxy S3 4G LTE model with Jelly Bean out of the box.
We drop tested one unfortunate Galaxy Note 2 and captured everything on video for you to watch in morbid fascination. The Galaxy S3 didn’t fare too well, so could the larger and heavier Note 2 do any better? Can Samsung beat Apple when it comes to device ruggedness?
Sony’s recent launch bonanza doesn’t seem to be heading to an end, with yet another phone announced today. The Xperia AX is not an absolute newcomer to the market, being a special Japanese variant of the Xperia V, but it will come with a couple of original features.
We captured on video that special moment that we all love so much – unboxing a brand new gadget. Here’s the Galaxy Note 2 unboxing and some quick impressions from our Darcy LaCouvee
In a video released for the Korean launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, we get to see even more cool features packed into a phone that already had a lot of people excited.
Australian Android device buyers that haven’t purchased a new smartphone in a while will be happy to hear that there’s a new device heading to Telstra in the following days, the Samsung Galaxy S3 4G.
The Nexus-related keep coming in these days, which is only natural considering that every Android fan and their grandmother expect Google to unveil at least one new Nexus smartphone in the coming months if not more. Of those, we keep hearing about a Samsung GT-I9260 handset, whose model number is awfully close to last year’s Galaxy Nexus (GT-I9250).
We’re back with one more iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 comparison, after performing our own drop test, comparing them on video, checking out benchmarking results, display quality but also various ads. This time around we’re looking at a report that shares more details about the corresponding electricity cost for each device.