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Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular will all receive variations of the Galaxy S III this month
The Samsung Galaxy S III will be launched by five U.S. carriers this month. These are Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular.Read the rest of the article »
Top wireless carriers Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, join forces with US Government to create National Stolen Phone Database
Four of the country’s top wireless carriers Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have merged with US Government to track lost and stolen phones, by creating the “National Stolen Phone Database”.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung confirmed that they will use 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor for the T-Mobile version of Galaxy S II.
Samsung gave an answer on Twitter regarding the mystery of T-Mobile Galaxy S II’s processor. A social media spokesperson said it will be the 1.5GHz Snapdragon APQ8060, which is also used in the TouchPad 4G. Meanwhile, other Galaxy S II version uses Samsung’s own 1.2GHz Exynos chip so far.
However, it’s still unclear why the T-Mobile version will have one of Qualcomm’s chips even though it may have to do with network choices. T-Mobile’s need for the 1.700MHz band on its HSPA+ 3G, which might go to a rare 42Mbps, could have forced Samsung to change processors to get the frequency support they needed.
When the said device ships in – which is scheduled in mid to late October – the T-Mobile version may not be as fast in raw performance as the versions of AT&T and Sprint, but it could make up for this with faster data and a larger 4.5-inch screen. All Galaxy S II models has an eight-megapixel rear camera and a two-megapixel front camera.View Article Source »
One of he Samsung's Galaxy smartphone, the Galaxy W, was finally seen at the FCC documents.
Galaxy W, one of the Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone variants, has finally seen in the FCC documents ahead of its formal launch. The Commision’s tests suggest that the Android-based device, which aims to provide a midrange of feature set, will use the model number SGH-T679 as it arrives to consumers through the T-Mobile’s network.
The Galaxy W features a single-core processor running at 1.4GHz, while the 3.7-inch display brings 800×480 resolution. The device is expected to launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, while media can be stored on 4GB of internal memory.
However, there’s still no announcement from T-Mobile regarding the launch details of the Galaxy W.View Article Source »
Another variant of the Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 for T-Mobile was approved by FCC.
The FCC approved yet another Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant, which is equipped to run on T-Mobiles’s network. The said tablet, which was filed under the model number SGH-T859, seems to match the external dimensions of the Wi-Fi and LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant. The variant goes along with a GSM radio that supports T-Mobile’s 1700MHz network. It also has 850/1900MHz GSM, EDGE, WCDMA and HSPA networks.
Samsung followed the arrival of Wi-Fi edition in the market in June by equipping its iPad competitor with 3G and 4G radios for a number of cellular networks. Previous announcements confirm plans to provide the tablet through NTT DoCoMo in Japan, along with Rogers and Telus in Canada.
T-Mobile has yet to formally announce its launch plans for the Galaxy Tab 10.1.View Article Source »
The product page for T-Mobile's variant of Galaxy S II is now live on Samsung's official website!
While you are still waiting for more leaked shots and details of the anticipated T-Mobile Galaxy S II, you could first head on to the T-Mobile GSII product page — which just gone live on Samsung’s official website. However, the said page is not capable of providing you with any additional things regarding the smartphone, such as its processor, pricing and release date.
If you are the person who is updated with the recent Galaxy S II news, you won’t find anything fresh or interesting in the product page. It only includes the features and specs that were already announced by the company in other reports. Meanwhile, if you still wanted to have some extra reading material about T-Mobile’s variant of Samsung Galaxy S II, then you’d better hit the link below.View Article Source »
Samsung Galaxy S II variants, slated to be released in mid-September.
Samsung finally announced the arrival of its anticipated Galaxy S II smartphone to three of the largest US carriers: AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
The handset will still be featuring some of the internals of Galaxy S II. However, the release versions were not able to access 4G LTE networks. Instead, it will use the HSPA+ on AT&T and T-Mobile, Sprint’s WiMAX.
All models come with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, an 800 x 480 4.3-inch screen, 1GB of RAM, and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread skinned with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface. Samsung also confirmed that each Galaxy S II handset will be equipped with 16GB of storage (expandable up to 32GB), a microSD card, an 8.0MP rear facing camera with 1080p video recording support, and a 2.0MP front-facing camera.Read the rest of the article »
Verizon Wireless confirmed that they will not release a Samsung Galaxy S II variant.
The Wall Street Journal just reported that Verizon Wireless will not be launching the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone for their network. The anticipated device will only be released on other major wireless carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
The two companies remained silent with regards to this issue, and didn’t disclose any reactions on why they have decided not to work together even though Samsung’s Droid Charge had successfully got a place on Verizon’s shelves last May.Read the rest of the article »
Rumors have claimed that Apple's iPhone 5 is coming to Sprint in mid-October.
This topic is certainly the hottest issue in the Apple market to date — as reported by Wall Street Journal, Sprint will be offering the 5th-generation iPhone once it has been released in “mid-October” of this year. Along with AT&T and Verizon, Sprint is said to be the third U.S. carrier to sell the anticipated device.
Sprint was known to be one of the nation’s largest wireless service providers; and now, it also becomes the third carrier to receive the iPhone 5 after Apple launched with Verizon this year and with AT&T in 2007. Well, probably this is a much better way to prevent the company from being overpowered by Verizon and AT&T/T-Mobile’s team-up.Read the rest of the article »
Apple's iPhone 5 was seen in app logs with dual-mode CDMA and GSM. Could this be for real?
After a developer said that iPhone 5 has been showing up in app logs, repeated references to a dual-mode mentioned device emerged on Monday. A small batch of users were tracked while running two carriers. On of those seen by TechCruch attached itself to both AT&T and Verizon, which wouldn’t be possible on the current models of the said smartphone.
It is true that someone can fake the carrier ID and similar elements on jailbroken iPhones. However, creating two simultaneous IDs on one phone would be a difficult one, but it will not be impossible without the requisite hardware.Read the rest of the article »
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