Samsung seems to be getting aggressive in the market with its constant release of high performance smartphones and cool features. After releasing Samsung Galaxy S3, they followed with Galaxy S3 mini which became a good hit in the market specially for those people who are on a budget but wants a powerful smartphone.
Earlier, the South Korea-based company released the Galaxy S4 which pulled some quite attention in the world with its powerful functionalities. It competed with the other top of the line phones such as iPhone.
According to reports, this strategy of Samsung . . . → Read More: Samsung Slated to Release Galaxy S4 Mini on July
Leaked images for Samsung’s new device.
Samsung Electronics have shared a vague image of what to expect from its upcoming new gagdet Galaxy S IV handset. It is posted on Twitter, which looks like its predecessor Galaxy S III.
Rumors spreading that the new Samsung smartphone will be released on Thursday. The teaser image looks like a larger Galaxy S III, showing a phone with the same thin plastic cladding, removable back plate, battery, and sloped design.
It has been for several weeks when the rumor is spreading. The news grew larger on its display — it’s five inches with . . . → Read More: Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S IV shared on Twitter
Innovation is the name of the game.
For 2013, the tech world opens up with some of the top competitions punching and butting out gadgets, comparing shares and results, and enhancing creativity to new inventions. Tech experts expect the following gadget-should-haves to look out for this year.
Project Glass | Google
This is characterized as the introduction of wearable computers. Google Project Glass has already been viral and made it into tech headlines as a possible product. But before this project was even made, military forces have already been using these glasses. With this, major corporations have quite slowly joining . . . → Read More: Top 4 Gadgets You Should Have for 2013
On Tuesday, Samsung and T-Mobile announced that Samsung’s Galaxy Note II will be released this coming fall season. The company did not give a hint on the exact date of the release, but reports say that the new gadget will be launched on the 24th day of October.
According to the Senior Vice President of T-Mobile USA’s product management Brad Duea, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is the current innovative gadget to join the portfolio of T-Mobile. He further added that its an all-in-one device that they have taken to the next level, expecting to replace a lot of standalone . . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy Note II to be released this fall
In a keynote at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, Sony announced that its next-generation gaming gadget, officially called the PlayStation Vita, will price $250 when it comes in the U.S. presently this year.
Sony gaming boss Kazuo Hirai clued that the next generation of the PlayStation portable handheld gaming gadget would learn from the success of the Apple with touch-based controls and casual gaming. Sony revealed the gadget, after that codenamed the Next Generation Portable, which features a 5-inch OLED touchscreen and front and rear touch pads in January.
As noted by MacNN, . . . → Read More: PlayStation Vita from Sony Competes with Apple’s iPod Touch