Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 at 5:10 pm
Samsung Electronics announced Sunday it developed world`s first core technology that allows transmission of large volume data in a fifth generation mobile environment. 5G is a next generation mobile network that is hundreds of times faster than the current 4G mobile technologies including Long Term Evolution and allows the transmission of ultrahigh definition movie in one second.
Samsung Electronics said, “We have developed technology that can transmit data at speeds more than 1 Gigabyte (transmitting 1 billion bits of data) per second via an ultrahigh frequency waveband of 28GHz at a distance of up to 2 kilometers.” The world`s first technology capable of transmitting and receiving Gigabit-level data in the ultra-high frequency of more than 6 Gigahertz has been developed. Read more
Courtesy : english.donga.com
Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 at 5:26 pm
Samsung Galaxy S4 has already started to get in the hands of millions of customers worldwide and why should WIND Mobile customers wait for long? The Canadian carrier has sent out an email to its customers confirming that it’s launching the much-awaited handset on May 14, priced at $699 outright.
The recently launched Galaxy S4 doesn’t need any selling but still customers want to know the carriers selling the handset and also the best available deals. As the handset has already launched on other Canadian carriers, and WIND Mobile seems a bit late in offering the handset, the carrier wouldn’t want to miss out on its share of capturing more customers with the the help of the one of the most popular handsets currently available. Read more
Courtesy : www.itechpost.com
Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 at 5:24 pm
It was Wednesday this week when we first relayed word of the supposed Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, a slightly watered down version of the flagship S4 with a purported 16MP rear camera.
Fast-forward a couple of days and the thing has only gone and gotten itself confirmed by Bluetooth SIG. Well, sort of.
What’s the hell’s a Bluetooth SIG? Its full name is Bluetooth Special Interest Group, a non-profit organisation that oversees, er, Bluetooth-related stuff; device classifications and so on.Read more
Courtesy : www.mobot.net
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 at 5:36 pm
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is bigger, lighter and faster than its predecessor. It’s also easier to break, a phone-insurance firm has concluded.
The flagship phone by Samsung Electronics Co. also scored worse than Apple Inc.’s iPhone 5 in tests in which the phone was dropped and dunked in water, SquareTrade Inc. said today. On a scale of one to 10, with 10 being worst, the S4 got a seven, compared with a 6.5 for its older cousin, the S3, and a five for the iPhone.
Samsung is counting on the S4 to help extend the Suwon, South Korea-based company’s lead in smartphone sales. The phonemaker got one-third of the global smartphone market in the first quarter — almost twice as big as Apple’s share, research firm Strategy Analytics said last week.Read more
Courtesy : business.financialpost.com
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 at 5:25 pm
There is another Samsung Galaxy Note 3 8.0 news today. And this is not a rumor, in a way. The news comes from the Bluetooth SIG, as the tablet has headed there for the certification. The mobile device has the model number SM-T311, which we have seen in previous rumors.
But the Bluetooth SIG does not mention the device as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 8.0. This name is also not yet official. Although, Bluetooth SIG indicates that we are looking at a Samsung “Mobile Tablet” device here. The certification listing date for the device has been listed as April 26th.Read more
Courtesy : thedroidguy.com
Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 at 2:19 am
2013 has been a pretty good year for smartphones with significant launches from Samsung, HTC, Huawei, LG, and Google. Today’s flagships are bigger, faster, and better connected, shipping with native LTE-support, NFC, and ultra powerful quad-core chipsets like Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600.
The gap between mobile and PC is closing rapidly with console-like gaming now commonplace on Google’s Android platform. Smartphone adoption is also on the up, reportedly surpassing traditional mobile phone usage for the first time in Q1 2013, according to IDC.
CES 2013 and MWC 2013 have been and gone and we’ve got CTIA 2013 and IFA 2013 coming up. CTIA is America’s answer to Mobile World Congress and IFA is a German-based technology expo. Samsung is tipped to be launching its Galaxy Note 3 at IFA. Read more
Courtesy : www.knowyourmobile.com
Monday, April 15th, 2013 at 9:53 am
It is no secret that Samsung comes up with handsets boasting increasingly larger displays. Also, the South Korean tech giant is known for the Galaxy Note 2, being one of the largest screened smartphones currently available in the market. Previous reports have shed light on a couple of colossal Galaxy Mega handsets, which would both offer considerably more real-estate than the flagship phablet.
On Thursday, Samsung has officially unwrapped the Mega phablets – 5.8-inch and 6.3-inch models that trottle between phablets and tablets. Both Mega 5.8 and Mega 6.3 are ultra thin and portable in terms of build and carry similar feature set as in the Galaxy S4, but, these are mid-range devices in terms of their specs.
According to the company statement, the large screen Galaxy Mega is meant to combine the benefits of portability an convenience of a smartphone with the multitasking, power packed performance and extensive viewing experience of a tablet together.Read more
Courtesy : www.gizbot.com
Monday, April 1st, 2013 at 6:06 am
As part of its new pricing scheme, T-Mobile is offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 for $99 down and $20 monthly payments. It will be available May 1.
In recent days, T-Mobile shifted to an entirely contract-free pricing structure, jettisoning the model typically used by American mobile carriers.
That also means it is eschewing the typical method most Americans use to buy smartphones: a heavily subsidized price in exchange for signing a multi-year contract with a particular carrier.Read more
Thursday, March 28th, 2013 at 5:06 am
At T-Mobile’s “UNcarrier” event, the company has listed the phones it will sell that include LTE. One of the most important on that list the Samsung Galaxy S4, which T-Mobile says is launching on May 1st. Despite the carrier’s claims to being radically more open than other carriers, the Galaxy S4 (and other phones) will be locked — at least until it’s paid off. The Galaxy S4 will work on T-Mobile LTE network, which is currently live in seven cities.Read more
Courtesy : www.theverge.com
Sunday, March 24th, 2013 at 4:29 pm
The Apple iPhone 4S is about to reach Indian shore while we got a rendezvous with the Samsung Galaxy Note sometime back.
We compare both of these smartphone stalwarts and decide which one comes out on top.
The iPhone 4S has almost the same for factor as the previous iPhone – iPhone 4. There has been no revamp in the terms of the form factor and honestly, going by the aesthetics, the iPhone is a little boring.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is quite a monster in terms of size. One of the surprises we had with this device was that despite its 146mm length and 83mm width, its quite thin at 9.7mm. Read more
Courtesy : www.knowyourmobile.in