Apple unveiled the new iPhone 5 a few days ago, but as usually, the company forgot to mention more details about its processor and RAM, although it did say that the new smartphone will pack a CPU that’s twice faster than the A5 found on the iPhone 4S and 22% smaller. Apple also said the iPhone 5’s GPU will offer twice the performance of its predecessor, again, without mentioning any details about it.
The Galaxy Note 2 has been just announced and it’s yet to hit stores anywhere in the world, so it’s definitely too early to think about next year’s Samsung tablet, a future Galaxy Note 3 that the Android maker will surely unveil at some point in the future.
Samsung’s first move against the iPhone 5 was not an LTE-based lawsuit to try to ban the sales of the device in the region – although such action is very likely considering recent reports – but an iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 newspaper ad meant to show consumers the differences between the two devices.
A distant rumor suggested that we will see a variety of Nexus-branded devices this year, but so far the only new Nexus in town is Google’s budget-friendly tablet, the Nexus 7. But with three months left in the year, there’s plenty of time for Google and its partners to launch a bunch of Nexus smartphones, especially since Samsung, Sony and LG are all rumored to work on one such devices: Galaxy Nexus 2, Xperia Nexus and LG Nexus.
In the past weeks we saw rumor after rumor confirming the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is going to be available from all major U.S. carriers, unlike its predecessor that was an AT&T affair, with T-Mobile quickly changing its Galaxy Note launch plans.
Rumors regarding am HTC phablet bound for Verizon have been going around since April, but it was only when the benchmark result for HTC’s gargantuan smartphone leaked out in July that I’ve personally started to hope that this is an actual device — one that will reach the consumer market as fast as possible and without losing any of its rumored specs. But is there any merit to these rumors?
Confirmed to be launched by the end of the year in the U.S., the Galaxy Note 2 is starring in a variety of leaks that suggest that Samsung’s second-generation phablet is heading to at least five American mobile operators, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 is still one of the most-coveted smartphones today. Packed with an HD Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen and a quad-core processor, people were literally drooling over the device even before its release. Ice Cream Sandwich came onboard when the device was released and the interface is as great as one can imagine. Given that the phone is running on a quad-core processor, lags are minimal to none. This guide is not intended for showing you how to install a ROM to a Galaxy S3 but instead, this guide will show you how to have that…
Samsung was quick to react to the iPhone 5, not with a new lawsuit targeting the iOS phone’s LTE capabilities, at least not yet, but with a new ad titled: “It doesn’t take a genius.”
The first television commercial for the highly anticipated LG Optimus G made its way to YouTube today. The catch? You’ll have to speak Korean to fully understand it.