An infographic shows the staggering variety of devices that Samsung has brought to market in the UK over the past year.
The Samsung Galaxy Young Duos will be on display at the MWC 2013 in February and should start selling immediately after, according to SamMobile.
October is looking like a very hot month for Google and its Nexus devices. The company is rumored to unveil Android 4.2 – which is believed to be just an incremental Jelly Bean update rather than a full blown Key Lime Pie upgrade – that will be found aboard a variety of new Nexus devices.
How much does a Galaxy Y cost in Germany without the Hello Kitty logos? According to Amazon DE: less than 120 Euros. In other words, you’re paying more than double the cost of the phone for what’s essentially a coat of paint and a pretty theme. But you know what, this thing will probably sell like hotcakes. Branding has the power to make people do things they wouldn’t otherwise do. People have no problem buying an outfit that costs more than 300 Euros, so this device isn’t exactly pushing the boundaries of irrational behavior.
Just a couple of days after finding out that the Galaxy Note “phablet” has hit a whopping five million sales in just five short months, we now have another set of impressive Samsung figures to talk about. On one hand, according to Eldar Murtazin, a very well-known technology journalist and blogger, cited by the guys at UnwiredView, the Galaxy S III, Sammy’s future flagship, has already hit a whopping 10 million pre-ordered units. That may not seem an awful lot, when Apple sold 1.7 million iPhone 4S devices in just three days of availability, but you should keep in mind…
The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 is one of Samsung’s very popular entry-level Android handsets. When it was first released into the market, it originally came with Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. But, Samsung has already released an official update for the device, which will bring the phone’s firmware to Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Also referred to as build DDLA1, the firmware update ties up some of the loose ends in the original firmware build that came with the Galaxy Y when it first came out. So, even though the new version is not as exciting as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it may…