Vodafone is now stocking the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. This news comes just days after the handset was initially released in the UK. The additional UK carriers will be releasing the device in the next couple weeks, along with EE’s 4G network.
NTT DoCoMo has begun addressing the unique translation problems that occur with Japanese speakers. Because the Japanese language is so different, it makes calls from Japan very difficult. This is because most of Japan’s citizens have to learn other languages in order to properly communicate via phone calls. Now that NTT DoCoMo provides Japanese translation, we are one step closer to having seamless communication throughout the world.
Samsung is launching a pink version of the Galaxy S3 in Korea next week. This is certainly a promotion to boost their female user base. Will Samsung’s addition make them more attractive to females?
Apsalar has released data organizing smartphone market share according to region. iOS is currently dominating the northeast and west coast, while Android is currently dominating the southeast.
Motorola has just shined some light on its future upgrade plans. The DROID Bionic remains the center of attention as its upgrade gets pushed back along with some other popular phones. While an update is always welcomed, there is still some disappointing news regarding Motorola’s latest schedule
CIRP released interesting information on smartphone market share. Instead of organizing it by operating system and manufacturer, they organized it based on carrier sales. Here we can get a close look at what the 4 major carriers are doing in terms of competition and operating system loyalty.
Samsung is already hard at work preparing for the next generation of mobile devices. Samsung’s new chips will bring much faster speeds to all forms of mobile devices.