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Samsung ‘Galaxy S II Plus’ could premier before Galaxy S III

Do you remember long ago when Apple went ahead and held out from releasing an iPhone 5 - and just went along with the 4S instead? We could see a similar strategy from Samsung concerning the future of their 'Galaxy' flagship device. It has recently come to our attention that Samsung won't be showing off the GSIII at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain - thus makes perfect sense there may be a middle man underway.

HTC Ruby Specs Leak, 4.3″ Display and Boosted Dual-Core CPU

Remember the HTC Ruby we saw leaked a few times? It was first seen here in the reflection of a 7" tablet and a few were able to make out the T-Mobile logo and over the past few weeks more pictures and details have leaked. The last photo revealed the most as we could see the entire device and got a better idea of its size and shape. New details are revealing some juicy info about the mystery device.

Qualcomm Uplinq 2011 Keynote Details: 3D, Augmented Reality, Peer-to-Peer Gaming

Today Qualcomm was at the Uplinq 2011 Event and started things off this morning on the first keynote with Dr Paul Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of Qualcomm. He was standing in front of a huge screen that showed impressive idea's, data, and numbers throughout the keynote. Jacobs commented that they’ve learned mobile data is expected to increase and grow by 10-12 fold come 2015 and they plan to be around for it all. He also mentions that Qualcomm's shipped over 1 Billion devices already. Those are some impressive numbers to start off the day.

Pantech Releasing 5″ Android Device, Can’t Decide if it’s a Tablet or Phone

In my opinion a 5" screen is smack dead in the middle of the dead zone that exists between tablets and phones. While the Dell Streak used this same screen size, it was far from the being a top seller, mostly because people thought it was just too big. If you're going to get a tablet, 10.1" seems to be the magic number, but at 7", both the Nook Color and Samsung Galaxy Tab are great tablets. A 5" device though, leaves you wanting more screen as long as you're going that big to begin with. It appears that Pantech and I don't see eye to eye.

Pantech 1.5 Ghz dual-core phone in Korea only – but why?

If you are like me and have been watching for all of the latest dual-core phones coming out lately, you'll probably wonder the same thing as me regarding this next phone. It sure sounds like a beast. Pantech plans to release the worlds first dual-core 1.5 Ghz smartphone called the Vega Racer. The only thing is for now it seems to be at their home in Korea only. They are well known in those parts but not so much in the West. I'm wondering why they have the speed burst, but we don't.