Google Galaxy Nexus, the hottest Android phone, just launched at Verizon yesterday is now available to buy in the US for $300 (on contract). Well, we got our hands on the device and took some photos and made a quick hands-on video of the Galaxy Nexus.
Galaxy Nexus is one of the most powerful phones at this time with the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on it. It sports a beautiful 4.7-inch Contour display, HD Super AMOLED screen, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5 megapixels camera etc.
Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most powerful Android phones available right now and is certainly the best one out there if you have been looking for a new Android-powered phone. There are different ways to root the Samsung Galaxy S II, but the easiest one is now available – S2 One-Click Root for the Samsung Galaxy S II.
All the credit for this amazing software goes to “lyriquidperfection” from XDA-Developers. You can now root Samsung Galaxy S II with just one-click, all thanks to S2 Root.
Samsung Galaxy S II and iPhone 4 – two of the best smartphones in their own category. You can’t really compare both of these smartphones as they run on completely different OS, but when it comes to hardware, then yes, both of these devices are comparable.
I have played with both of them and when it comes to display screens, the difference is very much visible. I previously posted a similar photo of the display screens difference between the original Samsung Galaxy S vs iPhone 4.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – It’s faster, bigger, thinner and lighter than the iPad 2. These were my impressions when I first got to play with the Samsung’s most-anticipated tablet this year.
At the Google I/O 2011, all the attendees were given a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition. we never got to to try that one out, we did play with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (3G +WiFi) that will be soon available in stores.
Samsung Galaxy S II, the highly anticipated phone of this year is about to launch in a few days. Samsung never came clear of the dates it will be launching the phone, but it seems fans in UK are going to be the first ones to get their hands on the device.
Three commercials have been released in the last few days by Samsung to promote the Samsung Galaxy S II phone. You can check out the videos right after the jump below. Don’t forget to check out our quick hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S2.
Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most hyped phone these days which is about to release in various countries, starting by the end of this month. There is still no official word from Samsung about any exact launch dates.
Phones4u, a UK retailer, has confirmed to get you the Samsung Galaxy S2 (photos, video) on April 27, but only if you pre-order now. It was not clear earlier if they would actually have the Galaxy S2 by April 27, but was later confirmed that they will be available on pre-orders only.
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.