Daum reports that Samsung may be following another path, in the form of a smaller "Value Pack" software update.
Tagged: Galaxy S
Samsung Tomorrow (translated) blog, disappointing many and surprising few. If you can read Korean or make sense of the Google translation, it looks like TouchWiz is a primary culprit.
love us some custom ROMs here at Android Community, and perhaps none more than the venerable CyanogenMod. Steve Kondik and his team announced that they would begin on version 9 just after the Ice Cream Sandwich source code became available. While a full-feature release is still months away, you can try out an early version right now if you own a Galaxy S (international version) or Nexus S.
Samsung Galaxy S user that has felt left out when it comes to Gingerbread, your update is coming. At least that update is coming in Europe. That update should be available now or very shortly for users of the Galaxy S in Europe via KIES. It's been a whole since we talked about that Galaxy S smartphone, we reviewed it way back in March of this year.
almost immediately after the SDK was released.
shipped 28 million smartphones worldwide, taking the #1 spot away from Apple. Samsung doesn't use Android exclusively for their smartphone hardware, but needless to say, it plays a big part in their worldwide strategy.
combined sales of 30 million units globally. The S II is the flagship smartphone from Samsung and sales continue to grow.
Samsung Stratosphere comes to us as no surprise today. We've seen countless leaks of this mid-range QWERTY slider in the past. Spotted on some Verizon roadmaps, cleared the FCC last month, and full press shots have leaked a few times too. Verizon's 4G LTE device range is about to get one more added soon, that being the Samsung Stratosphere.