The Samsung Galaxy S3 mini (I8190) was released on November of 2012 with mini features as of Galaxy S3 but being a mini doesn’t mean it cannot compete big guns (Nexus 4 or One x). The Galaxy S3 mini comes with the Android (4.1) Jellybean running on 1GHZ Quad Processor with 1GB RAM. Source: onephone.com.sg What Samsung Galaxy [...]
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Samsung Ativ S I8750 is a smart phone by Samsung. It was announced by Samsung in August 2012. Ativ S is expected to be a top mobile phone as considered by its specifications and other features. Source: pagegadget.com Network Ativ S supports both 2G (GSM), and 3G (HSDPA) network. The sim required to operate in Ativ [...]
Samsung was a small export firm which was established in 1938 in Daegu (formerly spelled Taegu), South Korea. The word ’Samsung’ means “three stars” in Korean. Today the Samsung Electronics is the world’s leading digital technology company.When it comes to mobile phones, I recommend the Samsung Galaxy S phones. These are the only ones that [...]
The Samsung smartphone giant has been keeping its products cleverly broad. With options to suit three different operating systems, the Samsung electronics business is definitely not putting all of its eggs in the one basket.The first thing to consider when buying a smartphone is, “what operating system would I prefer?” Options such as iOS, Android [...]
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 Mini is in the market packed with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and also offering the super AMOLED feature. This phone is quite suitable for those who are into a new stylish phone, without masses of screen, weight or tag. This Mini is the one they need.
The Google has come into the industry by having an extremely inexpensive 7″ tablet, named Nexus 7. However will it defeat the experts of Android tablet level just like Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7? So have a look at comparison between Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Google Nexus 7. I would like to start from weight [...]
I’ll never forget the first time I saw an iPhone. I was sitting on a London tube on my way into the office, glum faces all around, and a copy of that morning’s Metro newspaper in my hands. Perusing the colorful images and light-hearted reading, I spotted what appeared to be a handheld device which was almost entirely screen. Not [...]