smartphones

Android looking strong in Nielsen report for Q2 2012

Nielsen has issued its report on smartphones in the US during Q2 2012, and even though the smartphone market in general is looking pretty healthy, phones running some version of the Android OS are by far the most popular. In all, 51.8% of smartphone users in June 2012 were using an Android-based handset, while only 34% of smartphone users had picked an iOS device. Android came out on top with 3 month recent acquirers as well, with 54.6% of new users in Q2 going for Android, as compared to 36.3% for iOS.

Samsung blames blue Galaxy S III delay on lofty standards

If you're excited about getting your hands on a Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone and have been wondering what the hold up with the blue version is Samsung is offering an answer. The color is called Pebble Blue and Samsung had some quality control issues with the new color and its special coating, which are causing the delay. The delay is currently 2 to 3 weeks out on the blue version while the white version should be available.

Panasonic Eluga hits Europe in unlocked flavor for £369

We've talked about the Panasonic Eluga smartphone in the past, if you enjoyed what you saw and thought you might like to have one for yourself, the smartphone is available now in Europe. You can buy the device unlocked via Expansys for £369 in black or silver colors. Shipping is free and you can have the device in a few days.

Google Q1 2012 Earnings call going on now – listen live here

While we all want to hear Google's Larry Page and the team talk about Android, tablets, and Google+ all the time, sadly that isn't the case. Today they'll be doing their usual earnings call for the first quarter of 2012. Discussing all things earnings, revenue, ad sales and more. If you want all the details regarding the billions they've made you can follow along with the link provided below.

Dell exits the US smartphone market for good

In what's now more or less a formality, a Dell spokesman told PC World that the company has no intention of producing more smartphones for the United States market. While a few of its Android devices like the 5-inch Dell Streak gained some notoriety, the Venue line and others never caught on in Dell's home country, at least not enough to make them profitable. Dell is continuing to produce and sell smartphones in India and some Asian territories. The last we heard, Dell had partnered with Chinese search engine Baidu for a special edition of the Streak Pro.

HTC One X photos show off new ImageSense camera technology

One of the first things many smartphone buyers look for when deciding on their next phone is the camera. HTC is looking to capitalize on that and have made huge strides in their camera technology. The myTouch 4G Slide had an impressive camera but their new HTC One X and One S look to take things to an entirely new level. Some leaked photos show just how impressive their new ImageSense tech really is.

Corning’s A Day Made of Glass 2 video shows us the future

The company behind the glass displays on many of our current smartphones and tablets, Corning, has just published another video showing us their vision of the future and the possibilities with Gorilla Glass and beyond. While almost everything from the video clip is futuristic it does give you an impressive look on the possibilities in the future with not only Corning's glass, but devices and tablets as a whole.
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