Samsung is rumored to upgrade to Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie only five devices: Galaxy S4, S3, Note 2, Note 8.0, Note 10.1, with other models, both older and newer to stop at Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
The Samsung Galaxy Pop is now available in an orange version in South Korea.
There are countless of reasons why we love Samsung. Sammy has taken a huge gamble with the Galaxy Note and Note 2, it’s done a stupendous job with the GS3, it’s slowly, but steadily moving up the tablet ranks and has plenty of smartphone choices to fit every need and budget.
It’s never nice to see a phone’s launch being delayed, especially when the device itself doesn’t look awfully attractive to start with, but at least Samsung will be making good on its (second) promise regarding the Galaxy Premier release.
I’m not sure how many of you are eagerly awaiting for Samsung’s Galaxy Premier after it’s been revealed that it lacks LTE, but those faithful Sammy fans now have additional cause for concern.
We have another Nexus 4 situation right here. According to its FCC filing, the Samsung Galaxy Premier won’t be bringing its 4G LTE prowess to the U.S. market. The phone only carries an HSPA 3G radio that will work on AT&T and several Canadian carriers.
After the semi-failed Galaxy S3 Mini whose purpose not many understood, Samsung pulled a pretty nasty stunt, scaring us with what looked like another mess of a mid-range phone. Thankfully, many of the rumors surrounding the Galaxy Premier’s specs have proven fake, and now that the handheld is official, we can definitely start feeling relieved.
The Samsung Galaxy Premier has had a busy schedule in the past weeks. After we caught the unofficial Nexus phone successor making a stop at Taiwan’s FCC-like agency (NCC), which hinted its impending arrival, the Premier now stars in a billboard ad alongside the rest of the Galaxy lineup in Guangzhou, China.
The latest information regarding the Galaxy Premier comes from the NCC in Taiwan, which is the equivalent of the FCC. Not only do we get to see more close-up pictures of the GT-i9260 smartphone, but we also get confirmation of its specs.
Samsung enraged a lot of people by releasing the Galaxy S3 Mini, but even if the general opinion seems to be that incremental device updates are bad for the market, Sammy is going on with its plan of releasing another such ever so slightly upgraded phone, called the Galaxy Premier.