Parental Guidance, don’t let your kids try this at home……… The iPhone 5 sure looks impressive.
Guys over at TechnoBuffalo have a first crack at the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note II.
Source – TechnoBuffalo
The User Manual for the all new Samsung Galaxy SIII is now online, check it out, link here.
Source – Samsung
According to Pocketnow, “for users concerned with too much change, there is no need to fear. Samsung has kept the user experience cohesive by sticking with a similar TouchWiz interface and application folder system. To update your international Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) follow the instructions on the XDA-Developers post here. For those that want a lot of customization check out the CyanogenMod 9 for the Galaxy Note that Brandon showed off a few days ago.”
Source – Pocketnow
Sure looks promising but given the slightly slower processor under the hood especially with what the new HTC One has, I’m pretty sure we will be seeing the next generation Galaxy Note soon.
Source – Samsung Mobile
The Galaxy Note is officially launched last week in Hong Kong and the price tag for it is HK$5,590 (US$717) for no contract. Check out the video. More videos after the jump.
Tracy and Matt’s Blog posted the unboxed video of the all new Samsung i780, which now starts appearing in Sintat Centre down in Mongkok. No info on the pricing though rumours from local forums indicated that the English version goes for HK$3,880.
- Unique dual mode touchpad navigation
- Built-in GPS with A-GPS support
- Large 2.55″ 320×320 pixels TFT touchscreen display
- Good preloaded content
- Innovative home screen plug-in
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with A2DP
- HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps
- Fast Marvell PXA3xx processor
- 256MB ROM and 128MB RAM (~ 150MB is user available)
- Full QWERTY keyboard
- 2 megapixel camera
For a more detail review, check out GSM Arena, link to their review here.
Photo from Engadget
[Updated: 15 October]
Photo from CrunchGear
Some more great pics on the Samsung Armani phone posted up on CrunchGear, link to the article here.
[28 August] This just in from our affiliates over at aving.net. Samsung Electronics unveiled the WIMAX Deluxe MITs (model: SPH-P9200) at the Samsung 4G Forum 2007 in Korea. The device can connect to wireless internet and VoIP via Mobile WiMax and will be running on Windows XP. The SPH-P9200 also features a 5-inch touch screen, folding QWERTY keyboard and 30GB HDD. Click here for full article on aving.net.
[Updated: 19 September] via UMPC Portal, the following vid on the SPH-P9200 at GITEX in Dubai.
[Updated: 10 October] Want to take a look at the manual? Link to the PDF file here.