Just like they tweaked their evidence against Samsung with the Galaxy Tab, it looks like Apple has flubbed evidence regarding the Samsung Galaxy S too. They shrunk the image of the Samsung phone to look like the size of an iPhone, even though it's not.
Is no product sacred at this year's MWC show, due to start in just a few short hours? I only ask because photos of the Galaxy S II and 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab have appeared, showing off that sch-a-weet Honeycomb UI.
Looks like Samsung is announcing the the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab II at Mobile World Congress this week. The Galaxy S II is expected to rock a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 Super AMOLED Plus display, and 1GHz dual-core processor with NFC, Bluetooth 3.0, and 24Mbps HSPA+. The Galaxy Tab II is going to be 10-inches (nice!) and…
One of the strengths—literally—of the Samsung Galaxy Tab is its Gorilla Glass display. It's tough stuff, no doubt, but can it stand up to a close-range air pistol firing squad? And would you even want it to?
The breakneck pace of awesome Android phones continues: this is a leaked picture of the Verizon Samsung Continuum, an Android phone with two OLED displays. One screen acts as the main display while the second screen acts as the "Ticker".
If you're an Android fan on AT&T, you're only serious option is the Samsung Captivate. And aren't you lucky! AmazonWireless is selling the handset for a penny on-contract—a $199.99 discount. No word on how long the deal will last, but it's a nice shot at a Galaxy S phone on the supercheap. [Amazon via Engadget]
There's no special engineering going on here, just an Andriod app and an extreme case of cleverness.
Samsung's Super AMOLED screens have caused quite a stir lately, and as this video comparison shows, it certainly handles direct sunlight better than an AMOLED screen. When put next to an LCD though, you'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference.
AndroidAndMe has rewatched the Samsung Galaxy S keynote from earlier in the week (barrel of laughs 'round their way!) and realized that the 1GHz chip they mentioned—which can "process a staggering 90 million triangles per second" actually works out to three times faster than the Snapdragon processor.
Samsung has been hinting at "S Life" so far at CTIA, and now we've got some details: the Galaxy S phone is a 1GHz, 4-inch AMOLED display, feature-filled Android smartphone. Updating live: