While almost all other cellphone manufacturers have ignored this niche, Samsung has managed to get a big piece of the dual-sim phone’s market share. Not limiting its dual-sim offerings to just feature phones, after Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Star Duos, Sammy has now launched the Galaxy Ace Duos dual-sim smartphone. Read more
Sammy has already confirmed that it would be launching the Galaxy Note in the US soon. Weather the US version would undergo any hardware changes was not known though, until now. Read more
MMXI’s most rumored phone Motorola Droid 4 has reappeared in a leaked dummy unit. Though still awaiting an official announcement, the phone is speculated to be launching on Feb 2nd. TechnoBuffalo, the guys who managed to get their hands on a dummy unit give us an idea on the dimensions and externals of the phone. Read more
HTC’s latest Android offering is now available in the Indian market. The unibody design phone comes with a range of in-box and optional matching accessories. At Rs.27,499, the phone has some decent specs on offer along with looks to kill for. Read more
Recently launched and most economical Galaxy phone (infact the most economical smartphone) is positioned by Samsung as the entry to ‘smart life’. Targeted at the young and dynamic, Samsung Galaxy Y is the most pocket friendly smartphone in the market. But does it live upto a decent smartphone experience? We bring you the full review to look at what this entry level Galaxy has to offer.
- Android v2.3 (Gingerbread)
- GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, 3G with HSDPA
- 3″ TFT LCD Display with 240 x 320 Pixels QVGA resolution
- 832MHz ARMv6 processor with 256MB RAM
- 180MB internal memory with microSD expansion upto 32GB
- 2 megapixel camera with Smile Shot and 15fps video recording
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, microUSB, A-GPS, 3.5mm audio jack Read more
Samsung Galaxy Note made its first public appearence at IFA 2011 Exhibition in September. And now, Samsung has launched it in India at the same time it would be launched in other parts of the world. The 5.3″ tablet-cum-smartphone would hit the stores mid-November and is priced at Rs. 34,990. Read more
T-Mobile took the covers off its latest mid-range 4G phone, the Samsung Exhibit 4G. The phone comes at an affordable price of just $30, but with a $50 mail-in rebate with a two year contract. The phone would also be offered upfront at $199.99 at Wallmart stores. In fact, Exhibit II 4G would be the first 4G compatible phone to be sold without a contract in US. Read more
Originally known as the HTC Runnymede in the rumor lane, HTC’s second smartphone with beats audio is now official and called HTC Sensation XL. It is a large 4.7″ Super LCD display phone as suggested by the ‘XL’ in its name. It has a resolution of 480×800 pixels and is juiced by a single core 1.5GHz processor. It is an Android 2.3 phone with latest version of Sense UI built over it.
Its 8MP camera with F2.2, 28mm lense and BSI sensor is capable of recording 720p HD videos and has dual LED flash. 16GB of internal storage ensures that you won’t feel the need for missing memory expansion slot. Connectivity options include Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP, WiFi, GPS and microUSB port.
HTC would release a limited edition version of Sensation XL which would come bundled with Beats Solo Headphone . There would also be a standard edition would come with in-ear beats headphones. From its looks and specs, HTC Sensation XL is the Android version of forthcoming windows-based HTC Titan. No news on pricing yet while it is expected to be available next month.
It was only recently that Pantech Breakout got leaked in pictures along with an FCC visit. Now, the phone has started arriving in stores and one of them also leaked a few unboxing pictures. Breakout, as suggested by the leaked specifications, would be a mid-range 4G LTE device for Verizon.
Pantech Breakout is a single core 1GHz processor phone with a 4″ 800 x 480 resolution display. Its USP is the ability to tether upto 10 devices at a time. A Pantech UI built over Gingerbread may be disapproved by many Android fans. A 5MP rear snapper is good enough to provide decent pictures, while one would have to make-do with a VGA camera for video calling. The 390MP internal storage is expendable upto 32GB with SD card support and it comes preloaded with an 8GB card. Expected to go on sale on September 22nd, the phone’s price is not yet official. For the specs, this isn’t going to be too heavy on one’s pocket. More updates soon.
Samsung’s Illusion made its debut appearance in a leaked picture by Pocketnow and has now has been ‘officially leaked’ by Samsung. Samsung’s Flickr account while boasting “Green” certification for three of its handsets, spilled the beans for the upcoming Illusion smartphone. Read more