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 S2 is the next big thing from Samsung, which was unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event last month at MWC’11. This phone features the next-gen hardware, like the dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM etc.
Our first impressions of the Galaxy S2 have been really, really good. The Super AMOLED Plus display totally blows! It has a contrast ratio that could kill your eyes (just kidding!). Amazing screen! Much, much better than the original Galaxy S’ Super AMOLED display.
Samsung has updated their desktop PC software for Samsung devices, Samsung KIES. It has been updated to be able to get the Android 2.3.2 update for the Galaxy S devices.
Galaxy S Gingerbread update was promised for March 20th by the Samsung Mobile’s Romanian team, but nothing is available so far.
Samsung Galaxy S2 Mini is for real. Samsung seems to like mini version of their every high-end phone. Galaxy S2 Mini seems to be a smaller version of the mighty Galaxy S2, which was announced at MWC’11.
Galaxy S2 Mini will have a 3.7″ display screen, 1.4GHz processor, 5 megapixels camera with flash and Android 2.3.
Samsung Galaxy S Gingerbread (Android 2.3.3) update leaked out on the web a few days ago, but still there was no confirmation on when the final Galaxy S Gingerbread update would release.
Now thanks to Samsung Mobile’s Romanian team, the date (March 20th) for the Samsung Galaxy S Gingerbread seems imminent. Froyo update for Galaxy S will roll out till the 20th Match, and then from that date onwards, Samsung will roll out the official Gingerbread update for Galaxy S.
We knew the day won’t be far when we’ll see a leaked Galaxy S i900 Android 2.3.2 ROM. And today is the day when the first Gingerbread (XWJV1) leaked build makes its way on the Internet.
Samsung Galaxy S has always had a good record of leaked ROMs before the official release. Froyo roms started showing up 8 weeks before the official update was out via Samsung KIES.
Samsung announced the new Galaxy S II at the Samsung Unpacked event in Barcelona, Spain on the February 13th, just a day before the official kick-off of the Mobile World Congress 2011.
Galaxy S II is the successor to the Galaxy S, an Android phone based on the latest Gingerbread OS. It is expected to launch later this month.
Yes, this is the new upcoming Samsung Galaxy S2 press image, leaked just a day before the official announcement is to be made.
Samsung Galaxy S2 press shot was first spotted by MovePlayer, but that image was too blurry and not much was made out from it. But a little spy work led Samsung Hub to capture the high-resolution press image of the Samsung Galaxy S2.
Samsung will be unveiling the next-generation Galaxy S 2 phone at the first day of the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2011 – MWC’11. The teaser site is already up with Samsung putting up the first preview of the upcoming product on February 1st.