Galaxy S3

Those of you living in the US who are excited by the prospect of finally being able to get a new Galaxy S3 super-phone from almost all of the nation’s major carriers might have a new reason to pout. Samsung has just announced the release of a new Galaxy S3 model in Korea and this particular version will be everything the US phone is, but will hold an extra ace up its sleeve. Featuring 4G LTE speeds and 2 GB of RAM, the Korean-only Galaxy S3 will be powered by a quad-core Exynos processor, which, to be honest, most of…

Snapdragon

Every high-end smartphone or tablet nowadays features at least a dual-core processor, with some quad-core devices already available. I’m sure all of you have noticed your device heating up after some heavy usage such as playing a graphic-intensive game. Qualcomm has decided to prove that their SoC, the dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, stays the coolest, compared to the competition, and Staff Engineer Vidyasagar Rao finds a fun and innovative way to do so. If the title didn’t make sense, things should be clear now. Rao decided to place butter, which melts at 35 degrees Celsius (~95 degree Fahrenheit) on the…

samsung-mwc-leak

There are 2 more weeks to go until MWC, and we already have a leak for what looks like will be a Galaxy S 2 Plus phone that will be unveiled by Samsung there. Some believe this is not the Galaxy S 2 Plus because it doesn’t fit some benchmarks, but unless the picture is fake, this looks exactly like a Galaxy S 2 Plus would look like. This trend for Samsung worries me a bit. They are messing with a good thing, which was releasing one great phone every year, and are starting to offer a new model every…

samsung-p5100-tablet-wifi-certification

It looks like Samsung is already getting ready to release 2 more tablets very soon. These 2 screenshots show that Samsung is getting Wi-Fi certifications for 2 new devices, both which have dual-band Wi-Fi. Although they are put in the “smartphone” category, we know they are tablets because of their naming convention. GT stands for Galaxy Tab, and P stands for its category (tablet). So what will these tablets be about? First of all, the GT-P5100 one should be the one we’ve already been hearing rumors about, the one that is supposed to have a display larger than 10.1″, an…