AT&T has had a hectic summer. It recently announced that Ice Cream Sandwich was coming to its Galaxy S2 users, and has earlier this week told Galaxy S2 Skyrocket and Galaxy Note users that they’ll be getting ICS too.
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If this latest report proves to be true, the iPhone 5 could launch sooner than anyone expected, according to a “reliable industry source”. This source told KnowYourMobile that the iPhone 5 would be revealed during an Apple keynote on August 7. iOS 6 is expected to be officially released at this time too.
If you’re up to date with the legal wrangling that’s been going on between Apple and Samsung then you’ll know that Apple’s managed to get preliminary injunctions against various Samsung models.
The Motorola Droid RAZR HD has turned out to be one of the most hotly-anticipated phones of the year, but Verizon is staying hush on the subject. The phone has been leaked several times since April, but no-one knows what it actually looks like or when it will arrive.
Can you remember that mysterious new PS3 version that went through FCC in the recent past? The listing didn’t have the photos with it to confirm the redesign, but a new variant has come to Anatel (Brazil’s own version of the FCC), and this one has four pictures to back it up.
Samsung Galaxy S3 & HTC One X - These two giants of the smartphone arena are both on AT&T in the US, with infuriatingly similar specs. Namely the 16GB of internal storage, 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Krait dual core CPU with Adreno 225 graphics, LTE 4G with HSPA+, large 720p display, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, $199 contract price and 8-megapixel rear camera with BSI sensor.
The first of the pre-orders of the Nexus 7 from Google have begun to ship. This news came from the support line of Google, which is automated, saying that the first wave of the tablets started shipping from today. It is expected that all of the pre-orders will have shipped within three business days, reports DroidLife.
The magnetic sensor on the Nexus 7 could have been kept a secret from users on purpose. The reason could have been so that they could get the 7 inch tablet onto the market before Apple considered a patent infringement, reports TomsGuide. However the sensor was discovered by a developer on Wednesday, just one week before the tablet starts to ship.
It’s very rare that Apple admits to having made a mistake. However this is what they did on Friday when they said that they were back in EPEAT, from which they had withdrawn earlier on it the week.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is without a doubt the Android phone to beat this year and so far it has outshined all its rivals including the HTC One X, Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX and even the iPhone 4S. However its throne may not be secure for long. Read on.
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