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Articles tagged with: Galaxy S II

Galaxy Beam, The PROJECTOR Phone Makes It To England…

Wish to watch your photos and videos on a bigger screen? How big can a Smartphone’s screen be? 5.5 inch? Is that how far the Smartphone’s screen can expand? No! With Samsung Beam you can get to watch your multimedia on a massive screen, a screen as big as 50 inch! Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Beam it is…

The Man Behind Galaxy S II Leaves Samsung

Omar Khan the CTO at Samsung Mobile and the Godfather of Galaxy series is quitting Samsung to head mobile initiatives on a global basis at CitiGroup.

Khan has been working hard for Samsung Mobile and we can all agree lately he has done a pretty stellar job. The Galaxy S line was the number one selling smartphone in America and extremely popular around the world, and the Galaxy S II is even better and has caught plenty of peoples attention, us included.

Samsung Epic 4G Getting Gingerbread Update Later This Month?

This isn’t officially confirmed, but the rumor on the street is that Sprint and Samsung are getting ready to finally bring the Android 2.3 Gingerbread to the Epic 4G.

Yep that means that the only device in the Galaxy S family with physical QWERTY keyboard will soon get a number of new features and performance enhancements.

Samsung Hercules To Be Released In Late September

If apple is now rumored to release the iPhone 5 in September, Samsung is also rumored to release super powerful smartphone which is called Samsung Hercules. It’s rumored to be the toughest competitor of the iPhone 5.

If the latest reports are accurate, we might be seeing the Samsung Hercules land over on T-Mobile this September. If the HTC Sensation or the recently troubled G2x dual-core phones aren’t what you desire maybe the Hercules will be, it has great specs to back it up.

Android 2.3.4 For Samsung Galaxy S II Leaked

Getting the latest version of Android on your device is one of the most passionate needs of the Android community. So much so that, as is the case with this particular situation, people will often resort to flashing leaked builds of Android to their devices because they know that, sadly, the wait for an official build can be agonizing.

Samsung’s Galaxy S II is back in the news today; and it’s good news nonetheless for users lucky enough to already have their hands on the phone. A leaked build of Android 2.3.4 has been released for the Galaxy S II, prepping the phone for Google Talk video.

Samsung Galaxy S II On Windows Platform ?

The Samsung Galaxy S2 is easily one of the best Android smartphones out there right now. So you can imagine our excitement when we heard that Samsung might be working on a Windows Phone 7-version of the super-slim beast.

The Bluetooth SIG board, which tests new phones using the wireless specification before release, has seen the Samsung SGH-i937 pass through its labs, similar to the Samsung SGH-i927 (The Galaxy S2) and the Samsung SGH-i937 (also known as the Windows Phone 7-powered Focus).

Samsung Galaxy S II Already Super Hit – Crosses 3 Million Pre-Orders

Samsung has announced that it has sold 3 million units of its Galaxy S II smartphone in just 55 days. The device is expected to launch in 120 countries on over 140 mobile operators, so this number is expected to keep growing, and quickly.However, the phone’s launch date in the US has not been specified yet by Samsung.

The new Android based Samsung smartphone has received various reviews from all over the web, which perhaps helped it to create tremendous market demand that raised their pre-order sales.

Will the HP Tablet Knock Out All Other Tablets?

HP Europe’s Eric Cador says “In the PC world, with fewer ways of differentiating HP’s products from our competitors, we became number one,”… “In the tablet world we’re going to become better than number one. We call it number one plus.”
He is talking about the Hp tablet that has an amazing Web OS operating system, he believes that HP is going to dominate in the tablet world just like it does in the PC market now. Apple is dominating in the tablets market now, but the Android tablets are not far behind. The only difference is that Android users do not have the huge variation of apps like iPad users do.

Galaxy S II Vs. HTC Sensation

This comparison is not a typical competition between Apple and Droid, but a Droid verses Droid battle. The HTC Sensations biggest competitor is the Galaxy S II.

When it comes to Hardware the Sensation is at a slight disadvantage. Galaxy S II pairs its 1.2GHz dual-core with 1GB of RAM, the HTC Sensation uses just 768MB. The Galaxy device has 16GB of memory packed in, while HTC makes due with just 1GB. There’s an 8GB microSD card in there, but you can add a bunch more memory to the GSII the same way if you want. So that is one win for the Galaxy with more room for storage. Relying on external storage makes the HTC run slower than the Galaxy.

Samsung Galaxy S II Hands-On Review

The new Samsung Galaxy S II is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone with a dual core processor and a large, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display. The new Samsung phone features an 8MP, 1080p HD capable camera and the new Samsung TouchWiz 4.0 user interface.