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Samsung launches Galaxy Note II in India and Germany

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Note II in India and Germany. In India the phone is being priced at ₹39,990 (around $750) whereas in Germany the phone will be sold for €699. In case you’re not aware of this device, the Galaxy Note II is an updated version of last year’s Galaxy Note and is basically a stretched Galaxy S III. It has a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, up from 5.3-inch... 

Apple iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3

The Apple iPhone 5 takes on the Samsung Galaxy S3, but who comes out on top in this epic clash of the titans? We square up the specs to find out Whether you love the sound of the new iPhone 5, or massively underwhelmed by the latest Apple smartphone instalment, it’s probably going to sell in its millions and have fanboys queuing outside Apple Stores across the world. Fear not Android lovers,... 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 preview

Introduction Taking a second to think can result in second thoughts. In the Galaxy 10.1 Note’s case it resulted in a second pair of CPU cores and double the RAM – a lethal combination, which only a select few of its foes dare stand against. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 official photos This is in case you wondering why you’re a reading another preview of a tablet that should’ve... 

IDC: Android and iOS control 85 percent of the smartphone market

We’ve already seen IDC’s numbers on tablet market share for Q2 2012, but now it’s time to see how they judge the performance of smartphone OSes. It comes shortly after the Canalys’ take on the situation and there are no surprises, just a better look at what’s going on. Android and iOS combined are squeezing the alternative OSes into an ever tighter corner. Together,... 

Samsung officially announces the Galaxy Note 10.1

After sending out a pretty obvious invite about its special event on August 15, Samsung has just officially announced the Galaxy Note 10.1. This is the second appearance of the Galaxy Note 10.1 after it was returned to the R&D center for a specs update and now the tablet is as ready for action as it could be. It comes with Samsung’s very own Exynos 4412 chipset with a quad-core 1.4GHz... 

Samsung Epic 4G Touch receives Ice Cream Sandwich

Users of the Samsung Galaxy S II for Sprint, also known as the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, are reporting that they are receiving an update to Android ICS. There have been reports of the IMM761.FF18 build being pushed to users for a few days now, and it seems there are enough people getting it to make the whole thing seem like a legit carrier-wide update. If you own a Epic 4G Touch and haven’t received... 

Canalys analysts claim Android rules the smartphone world

Analysts have crunched the numbers and revealed the state of the mobile world in Q2 of 2012. Canalys released a report that mostly talks about China – and with good reason too, as the country broke the record for smartphone shipments for a second quarter in a row. On the world stage, Android is increasing its lead against the competition – it powered 68.1% of the 158.3 million smartphones... 

Samsung starts 64GB NAND memory mass production for mobiles

The more internal memory mobile devices have, the better. But speed is just as important as capacity and Samsung are betting on both with its latest NAND memory chips. Currently entering in mass production, the new high-speed embedded memory (eMMC) flash chips will be offered in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB varieties. They’ll be manufactured under the eMMC Pro Class 1500 specification, which boasts some…... 

The Apple-Samsung trial goes on, shows us new iPhone prototypes

  The second day of the Apple vs. Samsung trial went interesting to say the least. After the court denied Samsung the right to make an argument that a Sony concept was the real inspiration behind iPhone’s design, the Koreans decided to take matters into their own hands and released the evidence, which has been previously dismissed by the court. The evidence in question consists of... 

Apple v Samsung: Smartphone Makers In Court

Apple is due to open its case against Samsung by claiming its rival’s smartphones and tablets are illegal knock-offs of the iPhone and iPad. Lawyers for both sides are expected to deliver their opening arguments in a federal courtroom in San Jose in California. The witness lists of both sides feature plenty of experts, engineers and designers, but have few familiar names. Apple CEO Tim Cook,... 
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