The recently launched iPhone 5 is being pitted against all existing flagship devices from the competition these days, with the Galaxy S3 being the preferred adversary for Apple’s new flagship device. We have already compared the build quality of the two in our design test finding the iPhone 5 to be more durable than the Galaxy S3, and showed you an iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 comparison on video.
If you live in Canada and have been waiting for news of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 coming to you, here it is. Sort of. While three carriers have announced that they will be carrying the Note 2, there is no word as of yet on when or how much it will cost.
When purchasing a smartphone or tablet, how important is the brand of the chip to you? While many Android Authority readers might have a chipmaker brand preference, the truth is that most consumers could care less. The brand of the device more than likely matters more to the average tablet or smartphone owner.
Ironically, these same consumers have a remarkably different attitude when it comes to desktop and laptop computers.
With several new LTE devices coming out for Sprint, a list that includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Victory 4G LTE, it’d be a shame to have them – and other 4G-equipped smartphones running on the carrier – gasping for some 4G air, right? That shouldn’t be the case anymore if you live in the following cities.
A few days ago we told you that Samsung may just launch a new Nexus device in the near future, its third handset reportedly conceived with Google in as many years, the Galaxy Nexus 2, aka the GT-I9260. That model number is awfully close to the Galaxy Nexus’s GT-I9250 number, which is why almost everyone in the tech news-reporting business is speculating that we’re looking at the second-generation Galaxy Nexus device.
If you’re smitten by the Xperia T – perhaps after seeing that unboxing video that we just posted – and can’t wait to buy it, it looks like several stores are selling Sony’s latest flagship model early. Those in the UK, France, and Germany can get their wallet out now.
In an age and era when five million people rush out to buy a very pricey iPhone 5 in the phone’s opening weekend, you might start to think that there’s no more place for lower end, but affordable mobile devices.
Following the launch of Google’s Nexus 7, the rumor mill almost immediately began spilling reports about a bigger version of the Jelly Bean tablet, specifically a 10-inch model that’d be known as the Nexus 10. Although that rumor is yet to be substantiated, we’re now hearing reports of an upcoming Nexus 5 device.
Despite getting to as slow of a start as pretty much anyone else, Samsung seems to at least want to speed up the Jelly Bean updating process. The latest and greatest Android version is being rolled out to the international Galaxy S3 as we speak, but an additional 15 Sammy phones and tablets will be getting the same update at some point.
Every time a new version of the iPhone hits the market we get a slew of articles from tech writers explaining why they are switching to Apple’s latest wonderphone and leaving the fractured hell that is Android behind. Obviously this kind of article is classic clickbait and fair enough, writers want people to read their articles and it’s their job to deliver eyeballs. The fact that most of them are full of fatuous reasoning and lack any real substance is what tends to aggravate the reading public.