Samsung has sold an impressive 30 Million Samsung Galaxy S III devices. But if you match up sales of all the S Series devices over the years, Samsung has sold a mighty 100 Million in all. This number however does not include the S Plus, S Duos, S Advance etc, rather only the Original Galaxy S, The Galaxy S II and the S III.
The Galaxy S III mini and other variations are included in the number as well. The company also says it is Selling over 500 units of the Galaxy SIII a minute on average.
Samsung has announced that it will launch the next Galaxy phone based on its new Exynos 4 Quad 1.4GHz Chipset. With its High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) low-power technology, it boasts twice the performance of its predecessor, and about 20-percent battery savings.
The application processor is a crucial element in providing our customers with a PC-like experience on mobile devices, Samsung’s next Galaxy device, which will be officially announced soon, offers uncompromised performance and ground breaking multitasking features, thanks to Exynos 4 Quad’s powerful performance and efficient energy management technology.”
Hankil Yoon, Senior VP of Product Strategy [...]
Here it is! or is it? Is this the next Galaxy phone? The Galaxy SIII, launching May 3 2012 has been grabbing a lot of limelight in th east couple of weeks and now as we near the launch a lot of details have been handed out to us.
Looking at the image it appears that the Touchwiz customizations will be very well integrated with the Android 4.0 UI. Also to notice is the positions of the buttons is different, and the presence of a rather large home button of physical nature, which is usually absent in Android 4.0 devices, makes for a unique function of the said “physical home button”.
Samsung is teasing the twitter-verse with an anagram, that if deciphered correctly spells out “The Next Galaxy” . Of course if you head to the original site of the anagram : tgeltaayehxnx.com you will see the countdown ticker that reads just a few hours from now.
So lets wait and watch what “The Next Galaxy” holds.
Samsung has officially announced the world will meet the next Galaxy phone in London on May 3rd with this invite, being sent out to various news sites across the world. Almost all rumors point to the release of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The Samsung Mobile unpacked event is usually a birthplace of all great phones from Sammy’s house, including the Galaxy S, SII and even the Note.
It is speculated that the device will have a 1.5GHz quad-core Exynos processor, a 4.8-inch 1080p HD display with a 16:9 aspect ratio, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 4G LTE connectivity, Android 4.0 and a [...]
Samsung has just announced that they have sold over 20 million Galaxy S II phones till date since launch. After crossing the 10 Mil mark back in September, the overly popular device crossed the 20 million mark in Feb 2012. The device was the most prominent phones of 2011, simply because of the mix of the amazing specs and hardware, along with great customizations from Samsung. If you are still considering the device you can see our review here.
About half of what its competitor is selling EACH QUARTER, but Samsung has managed to hype the Galaxy S2 enough to sell 10 million since launch. Their major bump has come after July possibly because of the awaited White version, the company has sold 5 million S2s since the end of July. That is something which is capable of a full blow PR, right below.
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lusModders are getting it on with inductive charging mods using hardware from old PALM PREs. First it is a Samsung Galaxy S Plus. German IT student Qian Qin ripped apart a palm pre back cover and installed it on his device. The result is a physically indifferent device which now charges wirelessly. check out the video below.
Next it is the new Samsung Galaxy S2 variant Epic 4G Touch . This modder hacked his 3 day old device to charge via the dock using bolder moves. cutting open the back cover and soldering [...]
It has happened so many times that we don’t even bother to care. Apple has moved to a Japanese and filed a new complaint against Samsung in Japan alleging that multiple Samsung devices infringe on its patents. Apple plans to ban sales of Samsung’s GALAXY S and GALAXY S II lines of smartphones, as well as its original GALAXY Tab Android tablet, Reuters reports.
Ryuji Yamada, CEO of Japanese provider NTT DoCoMo, is now saying that Apple’s lawsuit will not have any effect on next month’s Galaxy Tab launch. “We have heard from Samsung that there will be no [...]
Samsung has added another device to their lineup. The new 3.6 inch Samsung Galaxy S WiFi is a basic handheld PMP with a 3.6-inch HVGA display, Android 2.3, a 1GHz OMAP processor, 8GB or 16GB of storage, a microSD card slot, GPS, a mic for VoIP calls, and dual cameras (2 megapixels + VGA on the front). The device has been made official for Asia and Europe for £149 (INR 11,000) and £169 ( INR 12500)
Looks like Samsung was expecting the Apple next smartphone to be a knocker, and has studied a next gen device, in hopes of attracting the crazy iPhone buying crowd.
The device itself has 1280 x 720 Super AMOLED Plus display that measures in at 5.29 inches diagonal, it will run Android 2.3 and will have a 1.5ghz dual core processor, not to forget a 8mp camera
The device hopelessly reminds us of the trailer and details that came out by Samsung recently. Either way there is a big announcement on the 1st and we will wait for that.
In the case of Apple vs Samsung, Samsung was earlier denied the motion to put a stop on sale of Apple products in the US which broke the patents held by Samsung. Apple went on to countersue and asked for a ban on sale of Samsung Products like the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S2 / S among others. Apple has also asked to see upcoming products from the company to ensure that none of them violate trademark and copyright laws.
Whats more Apple had also asked for the Judge to speed up the hearing and briefing process. The court put Apple down by denying its request to compress the briefing schedule. The reson for denial is stated [...]