Samsung

Display clutter on Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9?

Golem.de reports that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 is in danger of display confusion: there are supposed to be problems with the usability of the thin G1F displays, where the touch sensor is directly applied to the display. As an alternative, there is supposed to be a model with a GFF display (Glass Fiber Filter), but with which the targeted thickness of 8.6 millimeters cannot be ...

Display clutter on Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9? Read More »

Samsung gives CyanogenMod developers a Galaxy S2

Sometimes even a big manufacturer like Samsung surprises: as one of the CyanogenMod developers announced via Twitter, Samsung has provided a Galaxy S2 (the current top model of the manufacturer) to the adaptation of CyanogenMod to the device. This is remarkable in that usually manufacturers have resisted alternative firmware. Slowly there seems to be a rethinking ...

Samsung gives CyanogenMod developers a Galaxy S2 Read More »

Android 2.2 for Samsung's Galaxy S is available

Samsung has made good on its promise and released an update to Android 2.2 for the high-end Galaxy S smartphone. This has to be installed via Samsung's own update software, but at least there is an official update. Included are of course the new features like the Flash 10.1 support and the general speed improvements, so that users do not have to ...

Android 2.2 for Samsung's Galaxy S is available Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Tab - does the iPad need to dress warm?

One of the most interesting tablet variants, which wants to compete with the iPad, has reached the retail market: the Samsung Galaxy Tab is listed at prices starting at 640,- Euro at the retailers, Chip Online shows a first test as well as pictures of the device. In contrast to the iPad, the Galaxy Tab is significantly smaller (7″ display instead of 9.7″) as well as lighter (only ...

Samsung Galaxy Tab - does the iPad need to dress warm? Read More »

Samsung Galaxy 551: entry-level android with QWERTY keyboard

Samsung launches the Galaxy 551, an entry-level device with a full keyboard that reminds a bit of the Motorola Milestone. However, since the Galaxy 551 is only an entry-level device, the hardware specs are a bit more modest: the 3.7-inch touchscreen only provides a resolution of 400×240 pixels, the integrated camera ...

Samsung Galaxy 551: entry-level android with QWERTY keyboard Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S in the Hands-On-Test on PCGH.de

The Samsung Galaxy S is arguably one of the best equipped Android devices. Although still equipped with Android 2.1 (an update is announced for the end of the year), it plays in the high-end league with a 4″ Super AMOLED touchscreen, 1 GHz processor and 512 megabytes of RAM. However, the hands-on test of the Samsung Galaxy S on PCGameshardware.de also reveals weaknesses: so ...

Samsung Galaxy S in the Hands-On-Test on PCGH.de Read More »

Samsung I9000 Galaxy S: new high-end Android mobile phone

With the I9000 Galaxy S, Samsung moves in the range of the Nexus One: 1 GHz CPU, 4″ Super AMOLED display, 16 or 32 GB storage, Android 2.1 with its own interface. The whole thing packed in a 9.9 millimeter thick case. Samsung apparently wants to show that it is also capable of building a real high-end device, ...

Samsung I9000 Galaxy S: new high-end Android mobile phone Read More »

Samsung 2009 with Android phone

If Crunchgear.com has its way, HTC's dominance in Android phones will be broken by Samsung in 2009. Samsung is expected to release an Android phone in the summer. Details are not yet known, but it can be assumed that Samsung will adapt the interface and the handling. Thanks to the open-sources approach, this is possible without further problems - ...

Samsung 2009 with Android phone Read More »

en_USEnglish
Scroll to Top