Samsung Galaxy SL GT-I9003 is the latest in the Samsung Galaxy series which is very much a variant of the original Galaxy S with some noticeable changes under the hood.
Not too long ago, Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 phone. It was the fastest and the most powerful Android handset available at that time. You can read our full Samsung Galaxy S review here. Samsung Galaxy SL is pretty much the same, but does this phone really comes up to the mark of the original Galaxy S or not? This is what we’ll see discuss in this review.
Samsung Galaxy S – the fastest and the most powerful Android handset available is now in our hands for a full review. Galaxy Spica was Samsung’s first Android phone which didn’t do too well in the market because of low specifications, andÂ it had Android 1.5 which was never updated to Eclair.
It’s been a week since I started using the Samsung Galaxy S as my primary phone – and to be honest, I’ve never been this happy with a phone than this one. You pretty much got the idea how the review will go now.
Yesterday, I got my hands on the Nokia E72 which stayed with me for almost 5 hours. That was like a 5-hour date for me with my to-be-soon girlfriend! Yeah, I’m going to buy that phone soon.
The review was actually posted on my new blog, E72User.com, which is dedicated towards the Nokia E72 reviews, tips, applications and themes.
Yesterday evening, a Google Android workshop took place in Lahore, Pakistan where I got a chance to play with the HTC G1.
Even though, I’m not an Android developer or Java programmer,Â I was lucky enough to get invited by Badar Khushnood, Google Pakistan Country Consultant, to attend the two hour session delivered by Omar Shakil, a Software Engineer at Google.
Hello readers, I’m very proud to announce that after much waiting for this monster entertainment gadget from Nokia, I finally got my hands on the N96 a couple of weeks ago!
First of all, I would like to thanks all my readers and site visitors for their kind support who helped me in generating enough revenue and made it possible for me to get the Nokia N96 just a week after its release.
Foxit PDF Reader is a free PDF reader which runs on minimum resources and is only 2.55MB in size, as compared to Adobe Reader (more than 20MB). I have been using this application for quite a while now, and I can proudly say that it’s the best PDF reader! I don’t even remember the last time I installed Adobe Reader. Foxit Reader is itself built with tons of features that you don’t need any other reader along with this one.
The best part is, it does not start at system start-up, nor run any services in the background. This makes this application very lightweight and does not eat system resources. Let’s take a look at some of its features.