Tag Archives: Galaxy S

Samsung reportedly reevaluating whether or not the Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab can get Android 4.0

Four days ago Samsung rocked the mobile market by announcing that the original Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab would not be getting an upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. They told the world that it was due to a memory allowance on both devices, and that it would be hard to upgrade the devices due to the lack of it on each. While Samsung is sticking… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab won’t be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich, Samsung explains why

While Samsung, along with the other manufacturers out there have been pretty transparent about their update plans and strategies for upgrading existing devices to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it’s obviously not going to be all good news. If you are someone out there who still owns an original Samsung Galaxy S or the original Galaxy Tab, then you’ve… Read more

Samsung unveils Galaxy W, Galaxy M Pro, Galaxy Y and Galaxy Y Pro ahead of IFA

So what’s the best way to get folks excited about an upcoming trade show? That’s easy: you simply give a morsel of what you’re showing at that said trade show, and you’ll immediately have people eagerly anticipating what you’ve got in store for the actual event. That’s exactly what Samsung has done by releasing information on four brand new devices, along… Read more

Samsung working to release the Galaxy S Plus i9001

Samsung has a long history of re-releasing phones with a twist in order to try and extend the life of a product. Perfect example, the Galaxy S 4G. Between the GS4G and the Vibrant, nothing substantial has changed except for the addition of a 4G radio. So what’s Sammy’s newest re-release? The Galaxy S Plus i9001. Coming in with a 1.4GHz processor, 8GB… Read more

Another Samsung with LTE headed to MetroPCS?

It was just two days ago here at DroidDog when we got out first look at the upcoming Samsung SCH-R910 for MetroPCS. The R910 is rumored to be a Galaxy S device with LTE on board, ready to run on Metro’s 4G network. Well today we have another MetroPCS and Samsung related leak on what could be a slightly different Android device coming out with LTE – The… Read more

Samsung SCH-R910 does LTE on MetroPCS

MetroPCS has been working hard to beef up their lineup of devices while rolling out a fresh LTE network. They already carry two CDMA Android phones, including the LG Optimus M, and it looks like their first LTE device will be Android as well. Pictures coming out of BGR today show that the Samsung SCH-R910 is essentially an LTE powered Galaxy S for… Read more

CES: ATT sees another killer Android, the Samsung Infuse 4G

Ma Bell is officially rocking Android as of today. Apparently AT&T grew to like the idea of selling powerful Android devices after jumping on board the Samsung Galaxy S train with last year’s Captivate. After announcing the dual-core Motorola Atrix 4G at CES this morning, AT&T, along with Samsung, has announced another 4G gadget, the Infuse… Read more

Samsung SH100 camera has Wi-Fi, Android connectivity

When you consider a camera that connects to your Wi-Fi network for DLNA sharing and direct uploads to Facebook, YouTube, Picasa and PhotoBucket, it kinda makes you winder why that isn’t the standard nowadays, doesn’t it? After all, this is what we’re doing with our phones everyday. But for a lot of us, current phone cameras just can’t measure up to a… Read more

Galaxy S GPS fix not for the faint of heart

Galaxy S owners, I feel your pain. In the brief time that I owned a Vibrant I must have pulled over half a dozen times to wait for my GPS connection, having typed in an address and pulled out of the lot expecting the kind of response I had become accustomed to on other Androids. But as you know it’s not uncommon to wait 5 minutes for one of Sammy’s… Read more

Samsung’s Galaxy follow-ups coming at CES…or MWC?

There’s little doubt that Samsung will be unveiling new Galaxy tablet and phone models powered by Tegra 2 some time in the new year; the question is when. The Korea Times has pegged CES for the launch of the next Galaxy Tab and follow-up to the hugely successful Galaxy S phones, which were released as distinct models to each major carrier in the… Read more