The display is one of the most important features for premium smartphones. The size of touch displays have increased over the years and the Galaxy Note, which sports a massive 5.3 inch display, has proven to be popular. Another anticipated Samsung phone is expected to massive display but rumors have offered conflicting details about its touchscreen.
A new leak indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S III will feature a 4.6 inch Super AMOLED HD Plus display with 1280x720 pixels of resolution and 319ppi of pixel density.
AT&T has released a list of smartphones that will receive the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) software update in the coming months. The list was included in a press release about the availability of the coveted update to the owners of the HTC Vivid.
Check out the list after the break to find out if your handset will receive the exciting update.
Here's some great news for Galaxy Note owners. Samsung has announced that a "Premium Suite” upgrade for the supersized smartphone will arrive in the second quarter this year.
This update will include the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS but will also provide exclusive features for the Samsung Galaxy Note.
Here's a video that shows the features of "Premium Suite” upgrade:
Here's a juicy rumor for owners of the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus. A software update for the Android smartphone might arrive early next month.
Leaked images of upcoming Android smartphones are an exciting part of mobile phone news and rumors. The Galaxy S III is arguably the most anticipated Android phone and several alleged images of this handset have already surfaced. Confirming the validity of these images usually have to wait until the official announcement. However, a picture that was recently posted on Reddit might turn out to be an authentic representation of the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Recent rumors indicate that the Samsung Galaxy S III design has been finalized and the smartphone is ready to go into production. Here's a leak that adds a bit of spice into the pot of anticipation for this Android smartphone.
A picture that been publicly posted on Picasa is being alleged as one of the first images to be taken on the Galaxy S III. The photo was a product of a device with the model number GT-I9300, which is suspected to be the model number for the Galaxy S III.