our brief history with the Galapagos name is any indication, we're in for a hit-or-miss ride. What this tablet COULD mean for us is a 7-inch tablet (though in the past we've also hear 5-inch and/or 10-inch, just to cover all the bases, and an Android with massively present user interface overlay. Big fat tablets from the East, what we desire!
Monthly Archive: May 2013
Samsung Gravity Smart and a hands-on look at the Samsung Exhibit 4G, both of which you'll find are a bump up from the Dart. Which one will be the true victor, you may be wondering? Here's a hint: it's not blue! The Samsung Dart is a 4.09 x 2.40 x 0.51 (104 x 61 x 13 mm) handset that weighs in at 3.80 oz, aka 108 grams. It's the tiniest little think you've ever seen in your life and a clear opponent of LG's line of Optimus devices such as the LG Optimus V and the LG Optimus U. But how does it add up? This is one tiny device, with a 3.14-inch screen, 240x320 pixel resolution, and a 1200 mAh, we expect to be playing around with it for over a day at a time, but with such a small resolution on the screen, we're hesitant to risk our eyesight. The build quality feels OK, but certainly not on par with higher-tier devices. There's a lot of plastic going on here, save for the display glass, and cheapness is one thing noone wants to feel in a device they'll be paying for a data plan on. This device is a prime example of where Samsung should certainly be stepping up production materials instead of stepping back, without a doubt presenting one of the lowest quality devices they've ever made containing Android. [vms 94774d6a496099eb1cf6] We'll be reviewing this device soon along with the other two Android Samsung devices we've got in the video above, so stay tuned. Meanwhile, what's your minimum specs for a device? Would you ever have purchased something with such tiny specs as the Dart? Also let us know what you'd like to know about this or any of the three Samsung devices we've got on hand here and now. Review time, that means request time! [gallery]
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exploit this morning that TeamWin was working on and it looks like it didn't take those smart devs very long because according to the latest tweet by Kevin Brucket as @agrabren he has now rooted two EVO 3D's and one of those had the latest OTA update so both are looking pretty good.
GetJar as they got the exclusive on it, sadly it comes with ads but then it is also free. If you haven't downloaded the amazingly simple yet fun game I suggest you do because it's as addicting as Angry Birds.