Category: Samsung

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Samsung ATIV S arrives this year

The earliest-announced Windows Phone retail debut has been a subject of much debate over the past few months. There have been even speculations that the phone might not show its face until February 2013. Samsung however confirmed its plans to release the ATIV before the end of this year. Some stores are even already displaying ATIV S cardboard cutouts in...

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Samsung Exynos 5440 quad-core for Galaxy S4

Samsung’s brand new Exynos 5250 dual-core processor, powering the Nexus 10 tablet, is the only production mobile processor currently based on the Cortex-A15. The chip is extremely fast, powerful, and efficient. You, lucky Nexus 10 owners must know that! Now Samsung’s own Kernel Git page has confirmed the coming of the Exynos 5440 quad-core, to power up (as we hope!)...

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Sprint offering great deals on Galaxy this Friday

One just has to love the sense of humour people out there have! ‘Black’ Fridays! Why on earth would they call’em so when these particular days of the week are so profitable and far from “black” for both, customers and producers. Go figure! Anyway, if you happen to have missed the previous ‘Black Friday’, don’t you worry! For another one...

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Kies feeds the Jelly Bean to AT&T Galaxy S3

Strange it was to many that smaller carriers have been steadily providing the latest Android update – the Jelly Beans, to their subscribers’ Samsung Galaxy S3 devices, while AT&T just sat idle. Good news is that finally the Samsung Galaxy S3 users on AT&T can also get the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. The update shall be provided over-the-air, and is...

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Galaxy S III owners in Canada receiving the Jelly Bean update

Samsung Canada seems to have started already sending the Android OS 4.1 Jelly Bean update to Galaxy S III users. This comes as a nice “surprise”, considering that the action was planned to start today only. So, be sure to check your device to download it: Menu >> Settings >> About phone >> System software updates. Congrats! And enjoy!

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Samsung ATIV S also delayed for Canada

The Samsung ATIV S was the first Windows Phone 8 smartphone to be introduced this year at IFA 2012 in Berlin, Germany.  Unfortunately it seems that this device may turn to be also the last Windows Phone to arrive, even after the Nokia Lumia 820 and HTC 8S. That is – for the current 2012. Sporting impressive specifications and a...

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Galaxy Note II for $299 at Verizon

On Wednesday Verizon Wireless announced availability of the Samsung (005930) Galaxy Note II. The US largest carrier will offer the smartphone online and in their stores in either Marble White or Titanium Grey on November 29th, for $299.99 with a new two-year contract. Galaxy Note II comes with a 5.5-inch 720p HD display, and features a 1.6Ghz quad-core Exynos processor,...

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Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2 QWERTY slider for just $.01

The QWERTY slider phones used to be really popular in the not long ago past.  Today they may have lost some of this popularity, but because there are still many users out there that prefer having a physical keyboard, these phones surely have not completely sunk into oblivion. If you are this type of Android user and a Verizon customer,...

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Windows Phone 7.5 Tango for Samsung Focus 2

Windows Phone Tango brings numerous small fixes to the OS via AT&T. The update includes multiple images in MMS, send ringtones (MMS), more reliable push notifications, new wallpapers and other neat optimizations. However, after the OS is updated users will be prompted to also install a new Samsung firmware update, to coincide with the OS upgrade. Usually firmware upgrades fix...

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Jelly Bean coming to Samsung Galaxy S3 devices in Canada

Samsung has been very actively and successfully spreading their Jelly Bean updates, releasing the (almost) latest firmware onto both the Sprint and T-Mobile Galaxy S3.  AT&T and Verizon are still to finish up with their network testing, but meanwhile more Galaxy S3′s are soon to be updated, this time for GS3 users inCanada. Samsung Canada have announced the Monday rollout...