Samsung’s new Galaxy S II variant uses a TV receiver and antenna to access content broadcast via the ISDB-T digital television standard.
The second U.S. operator to launch Samsung’s Galaxy S II last year appears to be the first to upgrade the smartphone to Android 4.0. T-Mobile tweeted the news, saying the software update for the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android will be available on June 11.
Have you seen the latest Samsung Galaxy S II ad that pokes fun at iPhone buyers? It’s controversial for sure, but in some ways, Apple, too, has set a condescending tone for non-iPhone owners in its own ads. Check out the video and cast your vote.
AT&T will make the Samsung Galaxy S II available Sunday, October 2 for $199 after contract, but there’s no need to wait until then to see it. I’ve used a review unit of this Google Android smartphone for several days and have a brief video overview.
The fastest selling Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy S II, arrives on AT&T’s network October 2 for $199 after contract. That’s right before an expected introduction of Apple’s newest iPhone. Which super smartphone will AT&T customers choose: the best Android phone or Apple’s latest and greatest?
Verizon subscribers may have their first handset with both LTE and a slide-out keyboard to choose from this week. The Samsung Stratosphere appears to be a mid- to high-end device with some similarities to the Galaxy S II that Verizon chose not to offer its customers.
Hurricane Irene may have delayed the party, but as expected Samsung finally launched its Galaxy S II smartphone for U.S. customers Tuesday a…
Samsung finally welcomed its Galaxy S II to the U.S., unveiling three separate models for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile that will do battle with Apple’s iPhone. The smartphones should continue the momentum for Samsung, which sold 5 million Galaxy S II’s in the first 85 days.
Samsung has used Google Android to propel it to the no. 2 smartphone sales spot, but there’s definitely a plan B, as in Bada. The company debuted a trio of Bada 2.0 smartphones that offer many Android features, which could boost sales for Samsung’s proprietary platform.
Customers pining for the Samsung Galaxy S II received good and bad news this week: Verizon won’t be carrying the phone, but may be looking at an LTE model. Xperia phones gain Android 2.3.4 starting in October, and a new 360-degree camera app makes the scene.
As expected, Samsung plans to introduce the hot-selling Galaxy S II to a U.S. audience next week at an event in New York. But New York’s own…
We have an extensive portfolio that offers customers a great variety of devices, including the Samsung Droid Charge. Verizon(s vz) spokesperson, Brenda…
Samsung today announced four new handset classes in the Galaxy line. The strategy is a departure for Samsung, which relied on a single model to boost sales over the prior two years. There’s a good reason for the change as Samsung fights for the smartphone crown.
One of Samsung’s best-selling Android phones appears to be finally ready for the U.S., and Samsung plans to usher it in with style by holdin…
AT&T’s network accounts for 17 percent of all iPhones sold last quarter, which is a big number. But some consumers won’t consider the iPhone due to the lack of a hardware keyboard. Samsung’s Galaxy S II could steal sales with its keyboard and peppy performance.
Samsung’s successful strategy of designing one solid smartphone paid off for the Galaxy S, which sold 10 million units last year. Now, the Galaxy S II is due to arrive in the U.K. on May 1 and it’s loaded with everything a handset needs in 2011.