It turns out the top 5 rated Sprint devices are mostly Android, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 reigning supreme, followed by the LG Optimus G and the ubiquitous Samsung Galaxy S3.
Another month, another chance for Samsung to gloat. According to the sales stats that price comparison website uSwitch has released for the month of January, the top three best-selling smartphones in the UK were all Samsung’s Galaxy offerings.
The end of a year is usually everybody’s favorite time for compiling all sorts of charts and rankings, but when it comes to gadgets it’s often much more interesting to see how everything shapes up when a new year kicks off.
Chinese website dgtle.com took Sony Xperia TX’s 13 MP shooter for a quick spin, comparing it with the 8 MP cameras of the iPhone 5, 4S, Xiaomi MI-2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is still the most popular phone in the UK, Nexus 4 is the surprising number five
Having no serious competition in the Android universe ever since its launch, Samsung’s Galaxy S3 was bound to suffer a drop in popularity after the introduction of Apple’s iPhone 5. And while we can’t go as far as say the S3 is still selling as it did three or six months back, it’s definitely not fallen as some expected.
For some reason, Motorola thought it’s better to compare in an ad posted on its Facebook page on Saturday the Droid RAZR Maxx HD, a phone that was recently released on Verizon, with the iPhone 4S, a handset that hit stores about a year earlier.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has managed to overtake Apple’s iPhone 4S in global shipments and market share in Q3 2012. 18 million S3 units have been shipped between July and September across the world, while the 4S has only managed to come in at 16.2 mil.
Yes, we know it’s iPhone 5 and iOS 6 week this time of year, as Apple has released its sixth major mobile OS refresh a couple of days ago which was followed by the sixth iPhone launch – currently taking place in Asia and Australia and quickly spreading to Europe and the North America. But what we’re strictly interested in today is the inevitable iOS 6 vs Jelly Bean update comparison when it comes to availability and adoption rate among existing consumers, which you know from the get go that it’s not going to be a battle Google can win just yet.
The sixth generation iPhone, called the iPhone 5 despite what some of us believed, was unveiled yesterday during Apple’s September 12 press event. The company also introduced a bunch of new products yesterday including the new-generation iPod touch and iPod nano, and iTunes 11 but the iPhone 5 was without a doubt the main star of the show.
And it looks like the device is getting more and more traction in the U.S. – where it’s available from a variety of mobile operators, from the Big Four to various regional carriers – at the expense of the iPhone 4S.