• Samsung Project J: Galaxy S IV and New Galaxy Note 2 Hits in April 2013

    Posted on December 4th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    Samsung has managed to climb at the top of the smartphone market with its Android-based Galaxy models, and it seems that new devices that will help the company remain there will land on shelves soon. Among them, there will be a new smartphone in the popular Galaxy S lineup, one that has already been rumored to hit shelves as Galaxy S IV.

    Samsung’s Galaxy S III is still flying off store shelves, but rumors surrounding the next iteration flagship, currently dubbed “Project J,” suggest the phone may launch as early as April 2013. Project J, as you might have guessed, is simply the codename for the Galaxy S IV – the successor to what most could argue was this year’s best Android phone.

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    No official confirmation on the matter has emerged so far, nor did info on the hardware specs of the Galaxy S IV make it online.

    Details on the Galaxy S IV are sparse at this hour but most in the know expect it to carry a Samsung Exynos 5450 chipset with a quad-core Cortex-A15 processor, 2GB of system RAM, a 13MP rear camera and a 5-inch 1080p screen. The same sources also point to a cheaper Galaxy Note II to launch in Europe and will have lower specs than the current Note II. It’s said that the device won’t come with a stylus and no AMOLED display technology either. Furthermore, a competitor to ASUS’ Transformer tablet series is also rumored to be on the way from Samsung. It’s said that the company wants to bring a 13.3-inch tablet to the market with QWERTY keyboard dock accessory. However, no other details were given about the possible tablet.

    The market name of this phone is unknown at the moment, and the same applies to its hardware specifications, it seems.

    The new device model is expected to be released in Europe, and might not feature the S-Pen functionality that made its predecessors so popular. No other details on the handset’s capabilities and specs have been provided as of yet, but keep an eye on this space for additional info on the matter.

    We’re interested to see where Samsung might go with this if the rumors turn out to be true.

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  • 8 Samsung Smartphones Infringing Apple’s Patents and Costing High Compensation for Samsung

    Posted on September 11th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    For a long time period, the patent lawsuit between Samsung and Apple has finally ended with a big amount of compensation from Samsung to Apple for patent infringement. During the entire lawsuit trial, though Samsung tried their best to prove their smartphones are not infringing the patents of Apple, the trial jury has discovered that there’re 16 models of Samsung smartphones have been violating Apple’s design patents on appearance and other aspects. Due to these smartphones, Samsung has to pay as much as 1.5 billion dollars. Would this mean that Samsung is the loser in the patent battle with Apple? Apparently not. Apple and Samsung continue the patent battles around the world, exchanging roles in lawsuit frequently. Just take the iPhone 5 as example, if the iPhone 5 supports LTE network connectivity, it would infringe patent of Samsung on LTE, and Samsung is already for that as reported.

    Apple VS SamsungWell, let’s just take a look of the top 8 Samsung smartphones that infringe Apple’s patents and brings big amount of fine:

    Samsung Fascinate: Samsung has to pay $143.5 million to Apple on Fascinate as jury found that this smartphone violates the front panel design patent and application array layout patent of Apple.

    Samsung Galaxy S II: Samsung is required to compensate Apple for $256.9 million on Galaxy S II, one of the hottest smartphones of Samsung. Galaxy S II has been sold out for more than 20 million units since it’s marketed. It has 5 versions in America, including T-Mobile and AT&T customized version. Samsung has to pay fine for every model, amounting up to 256.9 million dollars. The jury said the front panel is very similar to iPhone, while the back panel doesn’t violate Apple’s patent.

    Samsung Mesmerize: Samsung Mesmerize is U.S. Cellular customized smartphone which is considered to violate iPhone’s front panel design patent. The jury also thinks the mobile phone owns too many similarities with iPhone on the main screen. Thus 531 million dollars are required.

    Samsung Galaxy S:$733 million fine. Galaxy S is also Samsung’s hot unit. The jury thinks this mobile phone violates three patents of iPhone: front panel, back panel and the app array layout, for both 3G and 4G versions.

    Samsung Vibrant: $897 million fine. The T-Mobile Galaxy S, Vibrant, is also considered to violate all design patents of iPhone.

    Samsung Captivate: $808 million fine. The AT&T Galaxy S model, Samsung Captivate, is considered to violate iPhone’s app array layout patent.

    Samsung Continuum: The Samsung Continuum is also considered to violate iPhone’s app array layout patent and thus was fined for $164 million to Apple.

    Samsung Epic 4G: Also in app array layout patent and Samsung is required to pay an amount of 130.2 million dollars.

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  • Preview of Samsung Galaxy Note II Specs and Release Date

    Posted on August 15th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy Note has been a success of Samsung in the past time, although the mobile phone’s large size makes it quite difficult to handle compared to other smartphones like iPhone and HTC One X. There really exists a market for that large device. Maybe the large size of the phone just fills the gap between a normal smartphone and a tablet. Now, with the great popularity of Samsung Galaxy Note, its successor, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, is just on the corner for official release. The release date has been confirmed to be August 29th, half a month later only. Before the official release of Samsung Galaxy Note II, there’re full anticipations towards the specs and features. People are all guessing what this new phone would bring to the world. Now, as the official release is just right here under our noses, we tend to see what features the new handset would come with, summarizing from various anticipations and resources.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 2Firstly, for the screen display, the device will not feature a 1080p display (as it’s too power and resource-hungry), but rather go for a slightly larger, 5.5-inch 1280 x 800-pixel Super AMOLED screen. Good news is that it will use a regular RGB matrix, rather than PenTile, which in simpler turns means more subpixels and better image quality. Quite obviously, the Samsung Galaxy Note II would continue its predecessor to provide amazing video experience for owners to watch HD movie on Galaxy Note with bright video effect.

    The Samsung Galaxy Note II will also be expected to be powered by a Samsung Exynos 4 Quad chip. There’re rumors on both Exynos 4412 and Exynos 5250 processor on Note II, but it’s more reliable that the smartphone would adopt Exynos 4412 processor locked at 1.6 GHz. The RAM memory on the Galaxy Note II will most probably be 2 GB.

    Though it’s expected that the Samsung Galaxy Note II should run on the latest Android OS, the 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, the fact may disappoint people who have such thoughts. The leaked benchmark results show that the new phone is most probably running on the Android 4.0 ICS operating system.

    From the rumors, camera is also a big concern from all people. Though the detailed information has not been that certain on what camera the new smartphone would adopt, it’s believed the new phone may configure with either 8MP or 12MP rear camera, with the former more possible.

    For other information, we have to wait for the official release of the new smartphone, August 29th. If you have any information about this new phone, feel free to share with others in the comment part or contact me.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 shipment availability date delayed to late April

    Posted on April 6th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    Samsung announced on Tuesday that the company had delayed the shipment date of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (both 7.0 inch and 10.1 inch versions) to the end of this April. These two low priced tablets would be on market in the end of April in UK. When these two tablets were released by Samsung in February, they were set to be available in UK market in March and followed by the world market availability. But by now the devices are still not out on market.

    As said by the Samsung spokesman, the delay of the Galaxy Tab 2 is due to more time required by Samsung and Google in developing Android 4.0 (Ices Cream Sandwich) OS for the new tablets. No detailed information is provided.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2Both Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 inch version and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 inch version will adopt the latest Android OS. It is estimated that the Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0 inch) would be the first tablet that configures with the latest Android OS. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) sports a 7-inch (d’oh) display with a resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels to provide excellent video experience for you to watch DVD movies on Galaxy Tab 2, a dual-core processor in tow and Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. While the Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) is powered by a 1GHz dual-core TI OMAP 4430 processor and has 1GB of RAM, 7000mAh battery, 3MP camera, etc. Compared with the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 inch version, the 10.1” Galaxy Tab 2 sports 1280×800 pixels of resolution screen display, which allows full HD display effect for you to watch Blu-ray movies on Galaxy Tab 2. Asides these, both Galaxy Tab 2 tablets will be available in 3G and WiFi connectivity.

    This has been the second delay of its new products which feature with the latest Android 4.0 OS system. The other one is about the Galaxy Note update date, which is delayed to the second season, other than the original plan in season one. But the latest news shows that the official Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note has been leaked from RootzWiki. The candidate version of Samsung Galaxy Note Android 4.0 has passed the network test. It would not be long for the release of the official version of Android 4.0 OS release.

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  • Apple’s new iPad vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – Which one will be your choice

    Posted on March 21st, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    In a dilemma on deciding which tablet you should get between Apple’s new iPad (3rd generation) and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1? Need some suggestions to help you make your decision? Well, it would be the right place for you to take reference here.

    With the release and shipment availability of Apple’s new iPad, the Apple iPad 2 has made its way for its successor. So the new iPad has replaced the iPad 2 to be one of the best choices for you to choose when you need to get a tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE comes to mind as a dubious competitor since it’s regarded as the best of the best from Samsung’s camp. On the surface, both are very similar with their options, which is hardly a surprise, but as we’ve come to expect, there can only be one that will ultimately prove itself to be the sole standout hit. And today what we are going to do is to make a simple and clear comparison between Apple’s new iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. But before diving in, it’s worth noting that the Apple iPad 4G LTE’s price starts at $629.99 for both AT&T and Verizon variants, whereas the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE is a bit more at $699.99 through Verizon only. The prices of these two tablets also play a role in deciding which one you will get. Besides the price, the comparison between these two fabulous tablets includes: processor, display, memory, internet connectivity, camera, battery, etc.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 vs. Apple iPad 3Processor: The new iPad moves swimmingly in all of its functions thanks to its Apple A5x SoC processor, which breaks down to a 1.5GHz dual-core processor combined with a quad-core graphics processing unit. Despite boasting a still respectable 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 exhibits the choppiness that we tend to see prevalent amongst Honeycomb tablets in general.

    Screen display: Without doubt, the winner of screen display should be the new iPad, which features a mind-bending resolution of 2048 x 1536 Retina display, which makes it even be able to play full HD Blu-ray movies on new iPad, while Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 only features a 1280 x 800 resolution screen display.

    Memory: The new iPad provides three different versions upon different storage, respectively 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB, with no way of expanding it. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 offered 16GB and 32GB versions, but it can be expanded via its available microSD card slot.

    Camera: The iPad’s improved 5-megapixel iSight camera produces better overall results and faster snapper than that of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Although they both excel with macro and outdoor scenery shots, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 doesn’t handle dynamic range as well as the iPad.

    Internet and connectivity: Both these two top-notch tablets offer 4G LTE connectivity, which enables them to load complex web site in no time at all. But they produce different browsing experience due to the browsing speeds. The new iPad responses faster than that of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with things like kinetic scrolling and pinch zooming. They both feature connectivity items such as aGPS, 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, and mobile hotspot functionality, but the new iPad supports Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity while the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 only works with Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR.

    Battery: Battery is also an important element in deciding a tablet performance. Both tablets provide at least one single day of power consuming at average, with the new iPad featuring 11,560 mAh battery while Galaxy Tab 10.1 including a 6,800 mAh one inside.

    With the comparison, you may get in your mind which tablet you want. But remember, the better one may not well suit you, as you need to make clear what kind of tablet you need, and then you can make your own choice. Hope this post would help you.

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