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Samsung generates buzz for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3, with a countdown clock.
Samsung makes the consumers anticipate for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3, with a countdown clock. The Samsung website now showcases a countdown clock, with a message “You can take the next step in…”
Samsung’s mobile division first posted this cryptic message in their Twitter account: “Destination: tgeltaayehxnx”, an anagram for the “The next Galaxy.”
Samsung is set to release the Samsung Galaxy S3 on May 3.View Article Source »
Tech site BGR released the exclusive photos.
BGR was the first to get hold of the exclusive images of AT&T’s soon to be released Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone. This was after the news about an unnamed Samsung slider made its appearance last Monday. The photo shows that Samsung was able to keep the new smartphone sleek and slim albeit that it has a full sliding QWERTY keyboard on the back side. It is the much-anticipated smartphone to be under a mobile carrier in the U.S. It is expected to hit stores in August yet actual pricing and release date are still not available.
See the photo after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
There’s the iPad, the Galaxy Tab, the upcoming BlackBerry Playbook and Acer Iconia, plus several more Android tablets. With a fast-increasing number of choices made available to the market, buyers are now given a harder time in selecting the best tablet PC for them.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs may, after all, be right in his statement during the launch of iPad 2:
“2011 will be the year of the copycats.”
Apple’s big boss was obviously referring to products coming off the assembly lines of rival companies like Samsung, RIM, LG, Motorola and HTC, which are also betting big stakes on PC tablets.Read the rest of the article »
The Consortium has spoken and the Samsung Galaxy S II heralds the arrival of the MHL.
We’re already impressed with the Samsung Galaxy S II as it is, but one tiny detail about Samsung’s latest Android phone went under our noses during the Mobile World Congress that’s probably just as important as the next feature, and that’s the MHL port. The Samsung Galaxy S II is the first smartphone to ever have the said port which switches the phone into USB data or MHL audio/video modes. A special 5-wire micro-USB to HDMI cable is provided to let you send video and audio to HDMI displays. The MHL cable also allows you to charge your smartphones to HDMI-enabled televisions, although no television is capable of doing that yet, perhaps in Q2 of 2011.
The MHL project was first announced way back in 2008 with the approval of a consoritium that is composed of Nokia, Samsung, Sony, Silicon Image, and Sony. Hit the break and watch the video to know more about the MHL.Read the rest of the article »
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