Android 4.4 KitKat reveal next month, we're still keeping an eye on Android 4.3, which seems to be slowly but surely rolling out to devices. Now we're receiving confirmation that next in line to get the updates will not only be Samsung's current Galaxy S 4 flagship but even last year's Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II models as well.
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Galaxy Note 3 and new Galaxy Gear smartwatch are quickly approaching, and now we're starting to get a few more details on what we can expect. The watch will initially only be supported by the Note 3, which was a bad decision if you ask us, but we've now learned the Galaxy S4 is next in line.
Galaxy S4 by a company called CM4. Read on to see what we thought, and if we'd use it daily.
Samsung ditching Android in the future is nothing new, and we've heard reports, tips, and rumors on this for a long while. However, lately their Tizen OS has been getting a lot of attention. Some say it's been shelved, but recently it was reportedly spotted running quite smooth on the companies current Android flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Galaxy S 4 is expected to be where you are, always ready to record life's unexpected and serendipitous moments. You don't want to be tethered to a wall or switching batteries just when you need it the most. That is where Mophie's latest Juice Pack for the Galaxy S 4 comes in.
Galaxy S4 is arguably one of the best smartphones available today from all carriers, including AT&T. The device comes in with top-tier specs across the board and has so many features you probably won't even know what to do with half of them. Well, if you've been eying the GS4 but didn't have the $199 to throw down for one, AT&T has you covered.
AnTuTu, makers of the popular Android benchmarking utility. has just released its report summarizing data that it has collected for the first half of this year, from January to June 2013. They have grouped the results of their data analysis into two broad categories: hardware performance of smartphones on a global scale and popularity in select Asian markets.
unveiled today in New York City, that being their new G2 of course. With a stunning 5.2-inch edge-to-edge display, tons of power under the hood, and an aim to re-imagine buttons on a smartphone. So how does the new G2 stack up against the competition? Quite well actually. Beating the Galaxy S4 in nearly every category, and killing the Moto X, we figured a few comparison photos were in order.
Galaxy S4 hit the market and reviewers hands, it was quite impressive overall. One area in particular was benchmarks, and now we're starting to figure out exactly why. Don't get us wrong, the Galaxy S4 is a splendid device and possibly the best smartphone on the market, but new reports are surfacing that they specifically tuned the GS4 to score higher than usual in popular Android benchmarking apps.