The overall excitement surrounding Marvel’s The Avengers movie might have toned down a bit in the past couple of months – after all, everybody’s seen it – but I’m sure there are a still a lot of comic book and film fans eagerly awaiting for the Avengers assembly on Blu-Ray and DVD.
A few days ago we looked at an unconfirmed Geekbench test – which was going to be confirmed later on – that revealed the A6 chip inside the iPhone 5 was faster than its counterparts in current high-end Android devices, and way faster than its predecessors.
We told you that a Samsung TV ad targeting the new iPhone 5 was in the works and it looks like Samsung decided to release it today, a couple of days ahead of the iPhone 5 launch, and right on the iOS 6 release day.
AT&T has made a software update available today for the Samsung Galaxy S3. Even though it’s not the one you were probably hoping for, it does add a few handy features to tide you over until the Jelly Bean update rolls out.
The Samsung Galaxy S4, which is most likely what the Galaxy S3’s successor will be called, will be unveiled at MWC 2013 according to some, although others would deny that on their official Samsung Twitter account.
The NYC event presenting the Lg Optimus G has only brought one new piece of information to the table, and a rather vague one for that matter. Still, it’s nice to have an official confirmation that the phone is coming to the US, and that it will see the light of day this year.
Thomson is one of the latest tech manufacturers to dip its toes into the Android “ocean”, and, even though the company’s digital audio and video products (branded as “Technicolor”), as well as its household appliances might ring a few bells to some of you, for us Android geeks the name doesn’t say much.
We’ve seen all the leaks that suggested, one by one, that every major U.S. carrier will have the new Samsung phablet in stock this year. Add to that regional carrier U.S. Cellular and you end up with five mobile operators to choose from this holiday quarter when buying the new Galaxy Note 2.
As customers shift their attention to Jelly Bean, the Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate, which was released on AT&T in June, has just received an unexpected cold dessert treat from AT&T and Samsung – something that even we thought won’t come this soon.
Most U.S. carriers are busy prepping the release of what’s set to become one of the country’s hottest smartphones this year, the iPhone 5. T-Mobile, however, is left without an Apple phone to sell, which brings us to its “Magenta Deal Days” Zero Down promotion – where you can select any 4G phone lineup for free, Samsung Galaxy S3 included.