Tag Archives: Samsung

Samsung Executive Says To Expect Snapdragon Processors In US Bound Galaxy S III

It was just last night that Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy S III will be us the company’s in-house quad-core Exynos processor. Today, things look a little different as an un-named Samsung executive told the Korea Times that US bound Galaxy S III smartphones will rely on Qualcomm’s dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor. The unnamed Samsung official states that the company will release different variants of the Galaxy S3 smartphone for … [read full article]

Samsung Announces 1.4GHz Quad-Core Processor For “The Next Galaxy”

Samsung may be releasing their own set of teasers for its big “The Next Galaxy” announcement on May 3rd, but that isn’t stopping them from talking about the processor. Samsung has released details and a promotional video for the appropriately dubbed “Exynos 4 Quad” running at 1.4GHz per core and based on the ARM Cortex A9. Samsung is touting the 32nm High-K Metal Gate technology, power management, per-core dynamic voltage and frequency … [read full article]

Samsung Details Ice Cream Sandwich Updates For Nations Top Carriers, No Info For T-Mobile?

I can imagine this looks really bad for T-Mobile’s Samsung user base as Samsung details their planned Ice Cream Sandwich rollout for the nations top four carriers. While Sprint, Verizon and AT&T see specifically named device, T-Mobile is left with just a statement: “We are in close communication with T-Mobile to ensure that eligible devices are upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the coming months and will provide updates as … [read full article]

What’s The Next Samsung Android For You? Galaxy Note Or Galaxy S III?

Just work with me for a moment here and let’s assume that both devices are a done deal on T-Mobile. I’m not saying that they are and I don’t know anything that I haven’t already posted, but let’s just assume for a moment, in a perfect T-Mobile world, they are both arriving on Magenta. Which one are you more likely to pick up? I suppose those question ignores devices like the HTC … [read full article]

Samsung’s The Next Galaxy Countdown Ends, Teaser Video Goes Live

The countdown timer has ended and Samsung has put up the next in what is likely to be a series of clues leading up to their May 3rd Samsung Unpacked event and Galaxy S III unveiling. Unfortunately, the video doesn’t show much at all, other than text interlaced with galactic images promising that owning a Galaxy S III will make your “view of the world grow even wider.” That’s certainly … [read full article]

Leaked Android Build Screenshots Show Off T879 Model Number, T-Mobile Galaxy Note?

How’s this for a fun Sunday night as we just received some Android screenshots, reportedly taken off a T-Mobile Galaxy Note unit floating around. So, are they real? We believe so and after a little leg-work done by our resident tech guru (and a few other Android heavy folks) Conan Kudo we think we are looking at the genuine article: The screenshots may seem fishy, but I believe they may be genuine. For … [read full article]

Samsung Mobile Tweets Leads To Countdown Ending Tomorrow, Teases “The Next Galaxy”

Whoa Samsung, you nasty little tease. Samsung’s official Mobile Twitter has caused a bit of commotion this afternoon with a hidden anagram tweet leading us to “The Next Galaxy.” The tweet simply read: “Destination: tgeltaayehxnx.” Let’s do a quick re-ordering of those letters and we come up with “The Next Galaxy.” Add in a www. to the beginning and a .com to the end and you get a website with the above countdown. … [read full article]

What Is The Samsung SGH-T879? Could It Be The Galaxy Note For T-Mobile?

So here’s the thing, we can’t absolutely, positively say that this user agent string and the Samsung SGH-T879 model number is a T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy Note. What we can say is that there isn’t another Samsung device on the market with a screen resolution of 800 x 1280. We can say that SGH-T8x9 is normally reserved for tablets. We can say the bluetooth doc relating the SGH-T879 originally called this a variant … [read full article]