Ever wondered what went behind the making of one of the year’s most anticipated gadgets, the Galaxy Note 2? Just before the unveiling of the phablet phenomenon at IFA 2012 in Berlin, Android Authority’s Darcy LaCouvee spoke to Samsung Mobile product marketing director Ryan Bidan on several topics, such as the design philosophy of the Galaxy Note 2, its specs, release date, and much more.
Have Sony’s Xperia J, Xperia V, and Xperia T become permanent fixtures in your mind as of late? We don’t blame you, as Sony has really stepped up its game with the introduction of the trio of Xperia models. For those who can’t seem to get enough of Sony’s latest offerings, here are some video treats that we have for you of the three phones.
One of the perks of attending one of the year’s most anticipated tech events such as IFA 2012 is that there’s no shortage of sweet Android candy to pleasure the senses, such as the black edition of the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE. Android Authority’s Editor-in-Chief Darcy LaCouvee had a brief encounter with the black Galaxy S3 and captured it on video for you — our awesome readers.
If you don’t know what IFA 2012 is, that’s ok. All you need to know is that it’s similar to CES…but in Berlin. It’s an extremely large electronics show. And, like any electronics show in this day and age, it’s littered with tons of mobile devices and gadgets. Of course we had to be there, check out our hands on devices reviews from IFA 2012. Naturally, this week on the show we talked about a few popular ones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note II, the Samsung Galaxy Camera, the Archos GamePad (it runs Android) and a few others. This week…
The Huawei Ascend D1 Quad is an impressive device, to say the least. It has a Huawei-made quad processor running at 1.5GHz and hit the Mobile World Congress with quite a splash. It was supposed to arrive on scene in the first half of 2012 to take the world by storm. But unfortunately, developing the K3V2 quad-core processor apparently was a lot more work than the company thought it would be, and they ran into several delays along the way. It’s now September 3rd and finally the time for the D1 Quad has come to IFA, with plans to arrive this year — way later than originally expected.
A couple of days ago we told you that Samsung confirmed at IFA 2012 that the Galaxy S3, alongside the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Note, will receive their Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean updates “very soon,” without specifying any roll out date. Previous rumors have led us to believe that the international Galaxy S3 LTE version will be the first to run Jelly Bean and it looks like an unexpected report from Germany confirms it. The short video below has been recorded at Vodafone’s booth, where a Black Galaxy S3 model has been spotted running Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. The…
You’ve seen our extensive picture gallery of the Samsung Galaxy Camera. But there’s only so much that static images can show. Hence, especially for our readers, this is Android Authority’s first hands-on video of the Galaxy Camera.
Looking for all the details of Samsung’s releases at IFA 2012 in Berlin? You’ll find all our coverage, including hands-on video and galleries, along with a stream of the event right here.
The first gadget to be unveiled by HTC at the IFA is a far from impressive budget-friendly phone which might get lost in the crowd if it won’t be priced correctly. The Desire X has been leaked for a while, has starred in a bunch of unofficial photos and has had an almost complete spec sheet since a couple of days ago. Here are press photos and confirmed specs.
Samsung Galaxy Camera is an Android Jelly Bean powered digital smart camera with Wi-Fi, data connectivity
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is a point-and-shoot smart camera that focuses on making photo sharing easier. With 3G, 4G and WiFi connectivity, users can instantly upload photos to social networks and cloud storage. The Galaxy Camera also features built-in editing functions and image organization through tags, faces and folders.