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Remarkably Unremarkable: Samsung’s Galaxy S III

After weeks of insufferable hype, Samsung finally released its newest phone in the Galaxy line up. Many were hoping for a real game changer, given the build up to the release, but most were left underwhelmed. GigaOM outlines the smartphone’s new features: 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display with 1280 x 720 resolution. The phone, made in plastic […]

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Mobile’s Supercompany: How Samsung Remains The World’s Most Dominant Smartphone Maker

Samsung appears to be the No.1 smartphone seller in the world, having sold 44.5 million smartphone for Q1 of 2012 according to Strategy Analytics. Apple by comparison, sold 35.1 million iPhones in their quarter. Samsung increased its profits by an impressive 82% to 5.05 trillion won, and total mobile phones shipped for the company reached 93.5 million […]

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Samsung’s Galaxy III Leaked

Still weeks away from Samsung’s Unpacked Mobile event, where the company planned to release the newest in the Galaxy lineup, a video surfaced yesterday showing what might be a prototype for the next Galaxy phone. The video comes from Vietnamese website Tinhte. In it we see the Samsung GT-i9300 which is believed to be the next Galaxy […]

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Nokia Can’t Catch A Break: European Carriers Say New Lumia Is “Not Good Enough”

Reuters reported this morning that four major European mobile carriers remain unconvinced by Nokia’s competitive resurgence into the smartphone marketplace. According to the article, the European telecom operators are disappointed with the Nokia Lumia 900, declaring the device “not good enough to compete with Apple’s iPhone or Samsung’s Galaxy phones.” In the U.S., Nokia only […]

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Samsung to Reveal Newest Galaxy Phone On May 3rd In London

The latest in the Galaxy line-up will be unveiled in London on May 3rd at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked Event. The news was confirmed this morning by several tech websites, including first to break the news Dutch website Tweakers.net, which received an invitation to the event. Seen above, the invitation is intentionally vague, empty of […]

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