Marvel’s The Avengers will soon be available on Blu-ray and DVD this Tuesday, September 25th, and if you’re a Samsung Galaxy S3 user on T-Mobile — you’re in luck. T-Mobile and Samsung have teamed up to offer the biggest blockbuster this side of Asgard exclusively for new and existing Galaxy S3 devices. Starting Sept. 25th, Galaxy S3 users will be able to download Marvel’s The Avengers in glorious HD free of charge via Samsung’s Media hub.
The long awaited Galaxy Note II is now available for pre-order by U.S. Cellular. This Titanium 16GB edition is like having a multi functioning tablet as your phone. With its 5.5 inch Super AMOLED HD screen, 1.6 GHz quad core processor, 2GB of RAM, and Android 4.1 OS the Galaxy Note II is a definite multimedia powerhouse. It has all the standards such as an 8MP rear camera and a 1.9 MP front camera, however it has full 1080P video recording and playback for those moments where taking notes just doesn’t cut it. If you need to take a note, it comes with the S Pen and great functionality to make written tasks easier
Samsung is going to run a new promotional advertisement for the Samsung Galaxy S III later tonight that directly takes on the iPhone 5 and its fans.
Since roughly January of 2010, I have been loyal to the Nexus brand. The totally unlocked, off-contract, controlled by Google Nexus brand. I’ve owned every Nexus device released so far, with the exception of the Nexus 7. And I’ve spent very little time with anything else as a personal… Visit our site to read the full article
Tonight Samsung will unveil a new 90-second ad spot on national TV during NBC’s “The Voice” and Fox’s “The X-Factor”. The commercial depicts Apple fans waiting in line for the iPhone 5 and taunts them by showing off new features of the Galaxy S III. Samsung says… Visit our site to read the full article.
Many of us already knew that the Samsung Galaxy Note II was going to launch across multiple carriers in the United States, but it is always nice to have an official confirmation.
Early this week the Korea Times reported that Samsung was already working on the Galaxy S IV, which the company quickly denied as not true. Thanks to a leaked benchmark result, we now have evidence that Samsung is testing a new Android smartphone that appears to be the successor to the Galaxy S… Visit our site to read the full article.
Google has today provided an update to a couple of Jelly Bean factory images in their online database for Nexus devices. The global Nexus S (soja) received an update to Android 4.1.1 version JRO03L while the Nexus S 4G (sojas) saw its own Android 4.1.1 image with designation JRO03R. There was no change in version for the GSM Galaxy Nexus or Nexus 7, and the LTE version of the Galaxy Nexus remains without an official Jelly Bean build, which is certainly a disappointment for Verizon users waiting patiently for an update to their pure Google Experience device. [via AndroidPolice ]
October is fixin’ to be a big month for Android. We have loads of device releases (and rumored releases), not to mention Samsung announcing that Jelly Bean would be soon making its way over to their Galaxy S3 flagship in the form of an over-the-air update. If you had any doubt Samsung’s software engineers were on top of things, they’ve recently released the kernel source for the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE GT-i9305 (not to be confused with the HSPA+ version). While that may mean little to most of you, those with rooted versions of the quad-core international Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE can look forward to more stable custom ROMs and kernels from the developer community. What’s more, the Galaxy S3 will launch this month in Singapore, pre-loaded with Jelly Bean right out of the box
More rumors are swirling about a followup to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus after a User Agent Profile was discovered for a device bearing what would seem to be the appropriate model number. Labeled as the GT-i9260, the assumption has been that the device logically follows the GT-i9250, the designation of the original Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The UAP doesn’t offer too many details, but does suggest the phone will have a 720p display and sport and ARM11 CPU of unspecified spec or speed. Interesting to note is that the GT-i9260 model number has been associated with at least one other upcoming Samsung phone , the midrange Galaxy Premier. The rumored specs for that device don’t come close to what has been tipped for the possible Galaxy Nexus 2 (or Galaxy Nexus Plus). Initial rumors pointed towards the device remaining fairly consistent with the first Galaxy Nexus, featuring upgrades to the camera and processor