Galaxy Note 2.
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Galaxy Note 10.1, as well as the Galaxy Note 2 coming up. After sending out invites for their Samsung Unpacked mobile event in Germany at the end of the month, today they've done the same for that "major announcement" set for August 15th.
confirmed yesterday, will in fact be the debut and unveiling of the companies new Galaxy Note 2 smartphone phablet. After Samsung sent out invitations to their Unpacked event in Berlin, Germany, they've now confirmed to Reuters they'll be announcing the Galaxy Note 2.
Galaxy S III will be using a non-Pentile display turned out to be false. It's using the same Pentile Matrix technology that previous Samsung phones (among others) relied on. We had heard that the new Samsung flagship would use the sharper and more expensive "Super AMOLED HD+" layout (i.e. a standard pixel grid) but we can confirm here at the Mobile Unpacked event that this is not the case.
Galaxy S III event, Samsung wanted to make sure that Americans knew their new flagship phone is headed stateside. In a short statement, the South Korean company confirmed that at least two versions of the phone will be released in the United States, with both HSPA+ and LTE represented. Samsung did not say which carriers would get the Galaxy S III, but the statement points at availability in the summer.
the next Galaxy" in just over an hour in London. Android Community is live at the Unpacked event to get all the details, including photos and videos - though with the unprecedented amount of rumors and leaks, the announcement itself has become something of a formality. We'll be reporting live as the announcement comes in, but you don't need a liveblog for the Samsung event... unlike some other manufacturers we could name.
Samsung Galaxy S III or the HTC One X is top dog in the smartphone world. The Galaxy S III is, without exaggeration, the most rumored, leaked, faked and anticipated Android phone yet, so we figured we'd do a roundup of what we're likely to see at Samsung's London even tomorrow.
or, inexplicably, purple. According to a Carphone Warehouse inventory listing spotted by GSMArena, the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III will buck that trend somewhat, coming in blue and white.
Samsung Galaxy S III news on the site lately. Wait, no we're not - we're just as excited as you are. The latest tidbit comes from SamMobile, who got their hands on what appears to be a scan of a portion of the Galaxy S III's service manual (using the previously reported GT-I9300 model number). While the black-and-white diagram of the phone looks pretty close to what we've seen before, the specifications clash with both Samsung's official Exynos 4 Quad announcement and results spotted in the AnTuTu benchmark database.
Samsung's "next Galaxy" event, more and more information is coming to light about the Galaxy S III - if that's even what it's going to be called. The latest tidbit comes from Samsung itself: they've announced that the upcoming phone will feature the Exynos 4 Quad, as previously rumored. This clashes with benchmarks for a phone labelled the Galaxy S III posted to the AnTuTu database earlier today, claiming that the phone used a dual-core Exynos architecture.