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quad-core

A few years ago, everyone got hyped with the arrival of quad-core desktop computers. While many thought that this technology would stop there, there were those who dreamt of incorporating these on mobile phones. Thankfully, this innovation has arrived and as early as now, we are already expecting a lot of these phones to come out in the market such as the HTC Edge and rumored Samsung Galaxy S3 and Meizu MX phones. So if you’re planning on buying a new phone this year, you may have to wait until these phones make an entry into the market. So what exactly…

exynos

Just when you are still trying to catch your breath over the Samsung Galaxy S II, the Korean company seems to have started testing possible processors to put on the the Galaxy S II’s successor, aptly and fondly codenamed the Samsung Galaxy S III. A likely candidate is Samsung’s own dual-core Exynos processor, which is already inside most of the Galaxy S II versions.  However, a quad-core Exynos has been recently discovered by Korean blog Chocoberry: Paradise Lost. While sorting through postings and logs on the Linux Kernel Archives, Chocoberry stumbled upon mentions of an Exynos 4412, a 32 nm…

GalaxySIII

Right in the middle of Nexus Prime and Motorola DROID RAZR frenzy, new rumors about another fabled superphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, has surfaced through leaked “tips” from an anonymous source. An unidentified source has provided Phandroid with a snapshot of what was alleged to be a slide from a “private internal presentation” showing the evolution of the Samsung Galaxy S series, from the original Galaxy S, with the Galaxy S II in between, up to the upcoming Galaxy S III slated for 2012 release. Yet, the rumor is difficult to brush off because it touts superpowers for the…

samsung-galaxy-family-610px

The more, the merrier. Faster and stronger. These seem to be Samsung’s battlecries for its next wave of attacks against its competitors. Proof of that is the bagful of new upcoming Android phones that the Korean electronics company will be unveiling at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA 2011), an international consumer electronics fair to be held in Berlin this week. Under the “faster and sronger” category are 4G LTE versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, both of which Samsung has confirmed to be debuted along with other Android and non-Android Samsung handsets at the…

samsung-unpacked-berlin

A week from now, the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) 2011 shall officially blast off this year showcasing newfangled gadgets and gizmos in a global trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances. What is Samsung showing off at the event to amaze everyone? A curious Android user went digging inside the SAMSUNGmobile UNPACKED app’s Android Package (APK) file and discovered logos for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, the Samsung Wave 3, and the Samsung Galaxy Note. The discoverer tipped tech blog This Is My Next about the logos, which seem to suggest that Samsung is planning to bring out these three…