two full days according to Chris Davies original review. What you're going to get here is a 2000 mAh battery and new battery cover so that you can replace your current 1650 mAh battery and get even MORE time out of your best-selling Android device. Mister xeq544 over at XDA has the first one we've seen, straight outta Euro.
Tagged: Samsung Galaxy S II
iconic CEO Steve Jobs resigns, and a bundle of Android OS software updates.
Galaxy S II US Launch Event that was talking place this Monday, August 29th is being rescheduled because of Hurricane Irene.
official US launch on the 29th new details are claiming that the biggest carrier here in the US, Verizon Wireless, will in fact NOT be carrying the Galaxy S II phone at all. This is according to the Wall Street Journal and then confirmed by Verizon spokesperson Brenda Raney.
limited in scope), Apple has successfully worked with Dutch courts in The Hague to, starting today, issue a preliminary injunction against three Samsung devices: the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Ace, and Galaxy S. This injunction, just like the last, due to EU law, bans the devices from sale across the entire European Union. This injunction does not include the Galaxy Tab 10.1, though with a case going on in Germany at the same time, Apple may be choosing case locations where they'll be most effective.
Samsung Unpacked at IFA 2011 trailers were indeed speaking about something having to do with the Samsung Galaxy S II or an upgrade? We shall see!
CTIA 2011 which was "What's your Tab Life?"
handheld torches sort of look we've been treated to in the past when the Galaxy S II was first teased, this new ad revealing not just a whole heck of a lot of additional info on the subject.
leak running on Telus and tonight it's no different. This is another clear picture of what to expect in the Hercules and it looks like the Nexus S and Galaxy S II combined into one beautiful device.
Samsung Celox over in Korea. Today we are getting an actual real world look at the device because apparently it's out in the wild running on those 4G LTE speeds. This is what many think will be what we will see land on Verizon shortly, just like what we saw recently for T-Mobile.