- Mobile Phones
Thursday, 5 Apr 2012
PocketDroid obtained some information on the specs of the upcoming Samsung GT-I9300, which was once rumored to be the Galaxy S III. The GT-I9300 device will sport a 4-inch 720p HD AMOLED display, runs on Android 4.0 and is powered by a 1.4GHz dual-core processor.
A new image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III has started making its rounds on a couple of Korean websites, on a press invite that states May 22nd as the date of its official unveiling.
A new report originating from South Korea reveals more details on the display specifications of the anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III. Another states that the flagship smartphone is now undergoing carrier tests which might take about two months.
Wednesday, 4 Apr 2012
Fans of 'Neon Genesis Evangelion' residing in Japan will get a chance to own the Sharp SH-06D NERV Android smartphone which takes cues from the visual elements of the renowned mecha anime.
One of the most popular photo sharing apps, Instagram finally arrives on the Android platform. However, there are some features missing on the Instagram for Android app. iPhone users are also expressing their unhappiness on Twitter.
The new Motorola WebTop 3.0 software update will display an ICS tablet mode when a Lapdock is connected to one of their Android 4.0 devices, Droid-Life reports.
With Google entering a relatively new low-cost tablet segment, tech pundits are expecting the Nexus tablet to apply significant pressure on other major Android vendors, Digitimes reports.
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Tuesday, 3 Apr 2012
Nokia has kick-started its advertising campaign for the Lumia 900 in the US, part of which comprises of a site called "Smartphone Beta Test" that contains videos poking fun at Apple's iPhone. WPCentral reports.
Nearly six months after Google Android 4.0 was announced and made available on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the Ice Cream Sandwich update is still prominently absent, populating only 2.9% of Android devices. However, the situation might change in the months to come.