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Samsung will soon launch its 55-inch OLED TV, will cost $9000.
Korean electronics giant, Samsung has showed off production-ready models of its flagship 55-inch OLED TV which was first unveiled at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
According to the Associated press, the ES9500 will be on display at the 2012 World’s Fair in Korea with a price tag of ‘over 10 million won’, which roughly converts to over $9000.Read the rest of the article »
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus can be yours for $199.99 through Sprint
Samsung Fans can now get their hands on Samsung Galaxy Nexus via Sprint. The Galaxy Nexus features a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a huge 4.63-inch 720p display. It runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung unveils its latest mid-range offering, Galaxy S Advance.
Samsung has unveiled the latest addition to its mid-range Android phones, the Galaxy S Advance. The Galaxy S Advance, the Korean electronics giant’s latest addition to its Galaxy line, is a curvy 4-inch that offers dual-core performance.
Beneath its sleek curved design is a 1GHz dual-core CPU, 16GB memory and 768 RAM. It runs on Android Gingerbread 2.3.6 and supports HSPA connectivity that speeds up to 14.4Mbps. It boasts a 5MP camera with LED and has a stunning 480 x 800 Super AMOLED display.Read the rest of the article »
U.S. court denies Apple's request to block sales of Samsung Galaxy devices
“It is not clear that an injunction on Samsung’s accused devices would prevent Apple from being irreparably harmed,” U.S. judge wrote in a decision that came out last Friday, December 2, denying Apple’s appeal for a preliminary injunction against Samsung and from stopping it from selling Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
The two companies have been battling it out in court since April, when Apple Inc filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung for ‘slavishly’ copying and using a number of technologies off its iPad and iPhone.Read the rest of the article »
Galaxy Nexus teardown shows a deeper look at Samsung's first Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone
Experts at iFixit have managed to get their hands on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus and placed it under the knife to see what’s under the hood. The first Android Ice Cream Sandwich gets dismantled and stripped down to its basic components and shows that it’s one of Samsung’s most simple, yet innovative gadgets.
The teardown confirms that the Galaxy Nexus will be running on Texas Instrument’s OMAP 4460 1.2 GHZ dual-core processor and is carrying the same brand for its audio and power management. Other exciting features revealed were Bosch’s pressure sensor for its “barometer” feature and a near-field communicator (NFC) located inside the battery’s foil cover, which can be useful for payment apps like Google Wallet.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung Galaxy S II had surpassed the record of the original Galaxy S as it obtained over 10 million on sales in just five months.
Samsung cracked another milestone on Sunday, and said that the Galaxy S II passed 10 million sales on its first five months on market. This surpasses the original Galaxy S that took seven months to hit the same amount. The largest piece of Galaxy S II sales 3.6 million, was in Samsung’s native South Korea.
Europe is almost as equal in importance and has seen 3.4 million S II units trade hands to date. Southeast Asia outside of Korea was considerably less of a factor at 2.3 million. The goals include very few of North America, as the Galaxy S II only went on sale in Canada through Bell in July and was otherwise limited to unlock full price versions until this month.Read the rest of the article »
Apple won a minor marketing battle versus Samsung in the UK, as the former expands its global patent war with the latter into the UK courts as well.
With the released of its Galaxy S II which measures 8.71mm thick, Samsung challenged Apple’s marketing of its 9.3mm iPhone 4 as the “world’s thinnest smartphone.” However, UK’s Advertising Standards Authority determined that the Cupertino-based company’s device is indeed thinner. ASA also noted that Samsung’s Galaxy S II has prominent bulges at the top of the device.
ASA further reported that “Apple said consumers would not be interested in the thinnest part of the device, but in its overall measurements, as these would, for example, affect whether the device could fit into a pocket or purse.”
Meanwhile, Apple has separately filed a law suit against Samsung with regards to patents in the UK. The latter, on the other hand, stated that it was a countersuit to patent claims filed by Samsung in June. Both companies are also engaged in active patent battles in the US, American ITC, Japan, South Korea, Germany, The Netherlands, Italy, France and Australia.View Article Source »
Samsung unintentionally tattled the processor info for T-Mobile's Galaxy S II model.
It seems that Samsung’s Twitter account, @GalaxySsupport, accidentally revealed the type of processor that will be included on T-Mobile’s upcoming variant of Galaxy S II.
Twitter user, Julian Medeiros, pinged the Samsung Galaxy S account to ask about the handset’s possible processor. He then found out that the manufacturer is targeting for a dual-core option. Unfortunately, @MedeirosMusic was not satisfied with the answer, forcing Samsung’s account to reveal the official processor info. He got the answer: “The Samsung Galaxy S2 comes with a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm APQ8060 processor.”
Anyway, this unintentional revelation would not be considered as a “confirmation” from Samsung, since they haven’t publicized any official reports with regards to this matter. The 1.5GHz Qualcomm APQ8060 processor has been speculated as the possible replacement for T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II’s Exynos chipset.View Article Source »
Sony Ericsson promised to bring the Android Ice Cream Sandwich to its Xperia phones once the OS becomes available.
Sony Ericsson recently announced that all of its Gingerbread-based Xperia phones will be updated to Android 2.3.4. The said update will bring in loads of features like USB-on-the-go, Sony 3D sweep panorama, better Facebook integration, Swype-like text input, integrated screen capture, video chat via Google Talk and more. The company also confirmed that all those Xperia phones will have the Android 4.0, a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich, when it becomes available.
The Ice Cream Sandwich will include the major Android 3.0 features plus tons of new ones:
* Various NFC options
* Virtual Camera Operator
* USB hub support, and many more
Sony Ericsson isn’t exactly known for its timely updates, but it appears that the company is set to change its way and fix its reputation in the process.View Article Source »
Samsung gave a hint that their upgraded Galaxy S II will include 1.5GHz Exynos dual-core processor to compete against iPhone 5.
Samsung has tipped its hand early on some of its plans for their smartphone with an early Korean unveiling of the newly upgraded Galaxy S II. The new Galaxy S II LTE is packed with 4G, a larger 4.5 inch screen, and an even faster 1.5GHz Exynos dual-core processor. It also features NFC wireless and a larger 1,850mAH battery.
Samsung also claimed that the Galaxy Tab 8.9’s month-delayed launch is also rewarding buyers for the wait. Along with the LTE, the tablet would get the same 1.5GHz dual-core chips and ships with Android 3.2. Despite its smaller screen, it should still measure 8.6mm thick like the Tab 10.1.Read the rest of the article »
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