As you already know, yesterday was iPhone 5 day. The new iOS smartphone was launched in nine countries and will roll out in 100 markets by the end of the year. Naturally, the device will be compared to every existing and upcoming high-end smartphone. In fact, we have a few such comparisons ourselves featuring the iPhone 5 against some of the hottest Android handsets available (and yes, they include video).
Samsung starts selling the Verizon Galaxy S3 Developer Edition
Two long months have passed since we first saw the product page for the Galaxy S3 Developer Edition went live. For those who are still interested, you can now get your wallet out and make the purchase.
Europe and the U.S. have had the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 since mid-August now, but what about Canada? Earlier this month we learned that preorders for the Canadian version of the Note 10.1 would start soon, but we didn't receive word on the actual day it would launch.
Verizon version of the Galaxy Nexus finally gets Jelly Bean, starting today
When you buy a Nexus device, you expect quick upgrades to the latest and greatest compatible version of Android. In most cases, Google has done a good job with this. Unfortunately, Google can only control so much and leaves many of the details up to individual carriers.
Nearly two months after GSM variants were upgraded to Jelly Bean, Sprint finally managed to get the upgrade on Speptember 6th. Now it is Verizon's turn, starting today. Better late than never, I suppose. The upgrade will roll out in waves and should reach all Verizon Nexus users within two weeks.
Samsung Galaxy Note II will ship to Europe within the next two weeks
Anxiously awaiting the Samsung Galaxy Note II? The wait is almost over for those in Europe. Yesterday we learned that the Note II is hitting Italy on September 28th. What about the rest of the European market? An unofficial report coming from Sam Mobile suggests Samsung's new phablet will start rolling out to Europe within the next two weeks.
iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3 drop test – Samsung fans, it’s not looking pretty
Last month Samsung announced the Galaxy S Duos S7562, a new dual SIM smartphone in the Galaxy line. While it has yet to make its way to Europe yet, it seems that the pricing for the Duos S7562 has now been revealed.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 coming to Italy on September 28 for €699
We learned yesterday about its American launch on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular – with most of them being only available in October or thereafter. If that just won’t do, you can consider hopping aboard a flight to Italy, as the country seems to get the Galaxy Note 2 much earlier.