Although Apple’s new iPhone 5 has been available for just almost three weeks, it has already generated more traffic volume on the Web compared to Samsung’s Galaxy S III.
Chitika, an online advertising network, has released figures on Thursday of a study they performed regarding the Web traffic volume percentage on both Galaxy S III and iPhone 5. According to the results of the study, there are millions of mobile ad impressions recorded for the two mobile devices, and more than half of the percentage came from the handset of Apple with 56 percent. Samsung just came with 44 percent.
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On Wednesday, LG has declared their 4G LTE smartphones international sales have increase to five million units, way up from three million units last May.
LG, a South Korean vendor currently is offering LTE smartphones in over ten countries. It is planning to double its aim by the end of this year. The Optimus LTE of the company is its most famous handset, with sales amounting to two million units. On the other hand, the Optimus Vu smartphone-tablet hybrid has sales of over 500,000 units since March, as well as the Optimus LTE II in May.
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For the last two months, Samsung surprisingly sold 10 million units of their new Galaxy S II smartphones worldwide.
The Handset that handles Google Android system (which is under the patent infringement lawsuit against Apple Inc. for its Android tablets and phones) began selling the Android 2.3.4 “Gingerbread-based S II” in Korea last April.
The phone which features a 1.2 GHz dual processor and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED plus display screen, sold 1 million units in Korea in less than 1 month, and more or less 3 million units in just 55 days.
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Almost every month, new devices come out that seems to be stealing the show and going to be the next big thing in the market. This month, Motorola is going to announce their latest Droid Bionic that will stand out amongst other smartphones and might prove that it is going to kill iPhone, slay Android, or whatever impressive terms you call it to describe a phone that says droid.
The Motorola Droid Bionic phone is handled by 4g Verizon; it is powered with a dual-core processor and has the ability to transform into a sort of . . . → Read More: Motorola Announced Droid Bionic (Expensive) Phone
Fujitsu in Japan revealed last month the ISI2T, pronounced as the first cell phone in the world running on Windows Phone 7.5 also known as Mango. The second largest mobile carrier of the country KDDI au did not lose much time; the ISI2T happened to be available today, August 25.
The Mango handset comes with a 3.7-inch LCD with 800×480 resolution, a 13.2MP CMOS camera, a water- and shock-proof body, 32GB internal memory, a microUSB port, IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi (no tethering), DLNA support, GSM/CDMA, etc.
Nine languages are available for the UI and the . . . → Read More: Fujitsu Launches IS12T Windows Phone Mango Today
This year we got wind of the codenames for the next two editions of Windows Phone operating system of Microsoft: Tango and Apollo. It is been widely speculated that Apollo will be Windows Phone 8 and that Tango will be a little update like the NoDo update that Microsoft issued prior this year. Be grateful to Honk Kong site We Love Windows Phone, who was in attendance at a Microsoft conference getting place on their home lawn, we currently have corroboration from Microsoft employees that Tango is certainly not going to be a main update, Goal viewers of . . . → Read More: Microsoft: Tango Is for Developing Countries