Samsung Electronics Co. has released its Galaxy S IV smartphone.
The South Korean tech giant Samsung has already launched the newest addition to its line-up of handsets during a New York launch event. Its all-new Galaxy S IV is a move in solidifying the company’s domination in the smartphone market globally.
On Thursday, Samsung announced the release of Galaxy S IV with a feature of a 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display. This is a big jump towards a bigger and brighter screens for smartphones.
Galaxy S IV has a quad-core or octa-core processor that depends on the market . . . → Read More: Samsung Electronics finally released Galaxy S IV
Samsung has finally released their latest Galaxy S4. One of the great features that it has is the front and rear camera which can be used simultaneously.
The South Korea-based company launched the smartphone in an event in Thursday at the Radio City Music Hall in New York. It was broadcasted live in the New York Times Square so people could watch the event.
One of the key features that they focused on is the front and rear facing cameras that Samsung said can be used at the same time. While a user is in a video call, . . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy S4s Front and Rear Camera can be used Simultaneously
PadFone of Asus will make it big in the market.
If you are trying to come up with a marketable brand that will surely make it big to the market, “PadFone” would not be the first name that you’ll think. However, this amazingly peculiar name worked for Asus.
On Tuesday, Asus announced that it would be continuing to release its PadFone line starting with its PadFone Infinity. Basically, it is a 5-inch LTE smartphone that becomes a 10.1-inch tablet everytime it’s docked into the included PadFone Infinity Station. It is expected to be released this April for 999 euros.
The . . . → Read More: Asus PadFone Infinity impresses on high-end specs
Nokia has something new again in their line of smartphones. Some say the Lumia is way better than this phone but we’re sure there something in this device that is not in Lumia.
For $699, Nokia put on sale its 808 PureView Smartphone in the US. Housing a Symbian OS, 512 of RAM and 1.38GHz single-core processor. Competitive but cannot beat Lumia.
But what does it have that others don’t have?
There is a 41-megapixel camera that it houses. This is quite a phone for camera lovers and great for capturing unforgettable moments.
But is this really worth . . . → Read More: Nokia 808 PureView Smartphone with 41-Megapixel Camera
US wireless carrier T-Mobile has verified that it’s going to be offering up the most awaited Nokia Lumia 800 when it becomes available on November 16.
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Several networks and stores verified that they will be keeping a stock of the Nokia Lumia 800 once the phone was released, however the wireless company is taking its time to jump on top of the group.
From TechRadar’s hands on review: the new Nokia Lumia 800 suggests, the Windows Phone 7 Mango . . . → Read More: Nokia Lumia 800 to be Offered by T-Mobile
A narrative proposal: Hide a smartphone inside the back of a tablet, and you could have the best of both worlds. That is what Asus has done with its PadFone, snuggling its latest Android smartphone into a docking bay in the back of its bigger-screened tablet companion, full with a little door that closes behind it, storing the handset secretly.
This may remind us of the Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone. Yet, it is not fairly similar, because Atrix plugs into a laptop-like buddy, containing a keyboard and screen.
At this moment, details of the configuration are . . . → Read More: Asus PadFone Tablet Has a Smartphone Hidden Inside It