Motorola Mobility has finally revealed details of the Trade Up Program it promised back in September, giving owners of select smartphones $100 credit towards a new device as a consolation for not receiving any further Android updates.
The Galaxy Note II is big, powerful, and a perfect match for power users. Check out Brighthand's video review to learn more.
In the five months since its release, the Samsung Galaxy S III has enjoyed remarkable success. The smartphone has now passed the 30 million mark.
U.S. Cellular is staying true to its word of expanding its range of devices that can connect to its high-speed cellular service, announcing today that the 4G LTE-enabled Motorola Electrify M will be landing on its network in a week's time.
Samsung Galaxy S III users in the U.S. will soon be getting a taste of Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), as the company promised that the upgrade will hit the smartphone in the coming months, bringing new features to the TouchWiz interface, beyond just the enhancements in the new operating system version.
An upgrade to Google's latest operating system version has started going out to Samsung's flagship smartphone. Still, it will be some time before everyone who has a Samsung Galaxy S III can move to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
With smartphones becoming a fixed feature in most people?s lives, a new study takes a look at how much it really costs to stay connected, finding that nearly half of the participants claimed to pay $100 or more per month for their mobile phone service and more than one-in-ten pay $200 or more.
There are many questions about the Samsung Galaxy Note II U.S. launch, and now we know the answer to some of them. Sort of.
LG and US Cellular have come together to announce the availability of the LG Splendor on the carrier?s network, a new Android-powered smartphone that costs just $80 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two year contract.
The recently-announced Samsung Galaxy Note II is definitely headed for the U.S. -- the question is which carriers will be offering it? According to one source, the answer is "all of them. "
Samsung has sold more than 20 million units of its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, just 100 days after releasing the device in May. With record numbers, the South Korean company expects sales of this new handset to top the totals of all previous phones.
According to several rumors, the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 will update to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) after next week's Mobile Unpacked event in Berlin on August 29.
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