As the rumors for the iPhone gets bigger, so as the features that it will come with. Today, some sources reported that the latest iPhone from Apple or iPhone 5 will have a screen that combines the touch to the LCD not requiring a touch-screen layer anymore. As a result, a much thinner iPhone and maybe crispier, clearer display.
As the battle between the smartphone giant, Samsung, and Apple gets intensifying, it seems that the Cupertino, California-based company has something to show. A thin iPhone could be the biggest threat of Samsung’s Galaxy S III.
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On Feb. 19, Samsung’s much awaited Galaxy Note will be available in AT&T for $300 with a 2-year contract.
The 4G LTE mobile phone could be pre-ordered online or in the retailers starting Sunday. Delivery will be Feb. 17, according to the company.
The South Korea-based company have been promoting the Galaxy Note as being a new device classification aimed toward the creative-minded set, even though the majority of customers will more than likely find it as a combo of a tablet and smartphone.
The new smartphone features its large 5.3-inch touchscreen – one of the largest in line with . . . → Read More: Much Awaited Samsung Galaxy Note wil be on AT&T on Feb. 19