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After releasing two of the world’s thinnest phones, Oppo is about to launch another great 5-inch phone that will feature 1080p display, 441 PPI, and a quad core S4 Pro processor.
HTC is looking to improve its fortunes in the smartphone market. The one-time Android smartphone leader is betting big on Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8 platform.
One of the first things we found out about the 2012 Kindle Fire models yesterday after Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO, walked off the stage, was that the new Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD versions will come with ads on top.
Now we’re going to tell you that more North American Galaxy S3 owners can install a pre-release Android 4.1.1 build for their handsets, as long as they don’t mind running an unofficial ROM – not that we’d ever encourage anyone to pursue such procedures.
Leaked way back in July for the first time, the Galaxy Reverb didn’t get a formal introduction until a couple of weeks ago, when it was expected to be up for pre-order at Virgin Mobile on or around August 29. That ETA didn’t exactly stick, but the Reverb did go up for pre-order after all earlier today.
Today we hear, via xda-developers, that Sprint could also stock the new phablet at some point later this year. An unannounced device was spotted, the SPH-L900, and apparently the codename stands for Sprint’s Galaxy Note 2 version. Neither Sprint nor Samsung have confirmed the rumor, so we look forward to see more official details on the matter.
According to a few tweets from @Football4PDA, the One X+ is coming, but is certainly not very impressive. The new phone will be a slightly rehashed version of the One X (with a heavy emphasis on “slightly”), and will be powered by an NVIDIA AP37 quad-core CPU.
We’ve seen Samsung releasing many dual-SIM phones before, but the next one, if accurate, should take the cake as the most high-profile device to ship with one. It appears Samsung is readying a special version of the recently announced Galaxy Note 2 for the Chinese market.
Need something to warm the cockles of your heart? Watching a smartphone ad may be the last thing on your mind, but Sprint’s latest commercial for the Samsung Galaxy S3 may do just that.