In a world where Android manufacturers are rushing to get Jelly Bean updates out the door, Samsung has been one of the best. The company is or will be supporting a lot of its handsets with Jelly Bean updates, including the Galaxy
Do you need something more powerful than the original Samsung Galaxy S, but you're not ready for the big screen of the Galaxy S II? Then you're part of an extremely specific market that Samsung nonetheless hopes to target with
The Samsung Galaxy S Advance has just made an appearance at the FCC, and the device is shown supporting AT&T bands. Reports show that it has also been approved for WCDMA bands 850/1900, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC.
With Samsung's Galaxy S III no longer expected to make a showing at MWC2012 later this month, we'll have to settle for the new Galaxy S Advance instead. While not yet available the new Galaxy S Advance and its curved screen glass
If you're a fan of the curved screen display Samsung's showcased on the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus, there's good news in a new industry partnership. The phone manufacturer is teaming up with Corning, makers of the super-strong
You can never have too many phones, right? Samsung sure seems to think so. The latest in its line of Galaxy-branded Android handsets is the Galaxy S Advance, a model that fits in between the first generation Galaxy S and the