Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy S II Hands-On

We've been given the opportunity to take a hands-on peek behind the scenes at Samsung with a fully functional Samsung Galaxy S II phone running Android 2.3.1 with TouchWiz 4.0 over the top. In addition to the hands-on video we've got here, we've also got a demonstration of some of the more fun gesture-based elements in TouchWix 4.0 [as presented by] our main homie Philip Berne. The Samsung Galaxy S II handset is an impressive device - one that I mistakenly call the thinnest device in Samsung's line of phones.*

Samsung Galaxy Player 4 & 5 headed to the U.S. to rival iPod

Looks like we have got a bit more exciting news about the Samsung Galaxy Player. Samsung intends to rival Apple's highly popular iPod Touch with a mini tablet-like device of their own. They have the Samsung Galaxy Player 4 & 5 both en route. The two models are named for screen size, 4" and 5". News has leaked that they are on the way to the U.S market and will be up for sale soon, as in "Spring".

Samsung Galaxy Devices Reveal Silicon Art [WARNING]

There's a few places that are really great to put a warning on a device. As a manufacturer, you can put a warning on the box of a bit of technology, just so long as that warning isn't going to tell the user about a possible blast into the ear. If there is going to be a blast into the ear of the user, the user would probably be better off having the warning about the blast be on the device itself. Sometimes there's another place for a warning, and that's deep within the device, under all the plastic, under all the metal. This is sometimes also known as Silicon Art.

Samsung to announce QWERTY in Android’s Galaxy

Samsung is looking to add a QWERTY Android phone to it's Galaxy line of phones during CTIA this month. The news is that the new phone will have a "candy bar" design much like BlackBerry, running Android 2.2 (Froyo). But it seems more likely that Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) would be more practical. The design is rumored to be a bit wider than the Samsung Galaxy S and is geared for a higher end clientele. Possibly aimed at Blackberry's business models?

Samsung Galaxy S II Early Price and Release

We're here to bear witness to an early price and release date for the long-awaited second generation of what's proved to be the world's most popular iteration of Android. This is the Samsung Galaxy S II (or Samsung Galaxy S 2, whichever you like,) and it's appearing over at Play for £599.99, which is, they say, £50.00 cheaper than the suggested retail price of £649.99. Of course we, aside from our UK superhero Chris Davies, live in the USA, thusly the current converted cash to USD for this release of the Samsung Galaxy S II is right around $966.

Firefox 4 Beta for Android “really” is that much faster

Yesterday we told you about the Firefox 4 Beta 5 for Android that was released to the Android Market yesterday morning. Mozilla claims they have not only made it more stable, and more efficient. They also mentioned two things that are a huge part of what browser I use on my Android Phone and that is speed, and size. With each beta release the browser has got a little faster, and the file size once installed has got a little smaller. When it was first released to beta it was slow and huge and not able to transfer to your SD card. Things have changed with the last few updates and Mozilla and Firefox are well on their way to having a great browser for mobile.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands-On [Vodafone]

Have a look with us much closer to this bigger and significantly modified version of the original Galaxy Tab, indeed a brand new monster wholly on the outside and the in. We did get the chance last week to take a peek at this device at Mobile World Congress 2011, but as our good pal Chris Davies had the opportunity, it didn't make a moment of sense not to turn another peek at the device out in the wild. This is the Vodafone-branded version of the tablet and it does not fail to impress.

Samsung Galaxy S II Will Have MHL (Less Ports for More Beauty)

It's stuff like this, Samsung... This is probably the most brilliant innovation in the past few years - the combining of cords. One example is here in the Samsung Galaxy S II (or Samsung Galaxy S 2, however you want to write it,) where an MHL port has been introduced. This port functions as both a microUSB and an HDMI port in one. It's the size of a microUSB port, so if you're just going to use that, you're set. If you want to use HDMI for high-def playing of content from your device, you'll just need a microSD to HDMI cord to plug.

Samsung Galaxy Indulge Promoted by Snoop Dogg and Warren G as they Roll with metroPCS

Oh my goodness gracious, how has this not come to fruition before? Of course there have been collaborations and promotions between smartphones and rappers before, but never in such an oddly cool way as this. The following is a project launched by metroPCS, Samsung Mobile, Snoop Dogg (or Snoop Dogggg as you're about to see,) Warren G, model Brittany Dailey, AND Ted Williams - the man with the Golden Voice. Recognize everyone from that list? Good. They're about to sell you a Samsung Galaxy Indulge, "the world's first commercially available 4G LTE Android smartphone."

Samsung Galaxy Tab Price Dropped on T-Mobile to $249.99 w/2-year plan

For those of you still sitting on the branch about if you'd like to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Tab, now might be your best shot at grabbing it at its cheapest. You can now pick up the Samsung Galaxy Tab direct from T-Mobile for $249.99. You'll of course need to pick up a 2 year agreement with the Tab, locking you in directly past the incoming wave of Gingerbread tablets this Summer.
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