Samsung has posted a brief teaser video for CES 2013, which will take place early next year from January 8 to 11 in Las Vegas. Samsung tells us to “get ready because something new is coming” and that we should “stay tuned” to find out more soon. While Samsung tends to have its hand in a bit of everything at the annual consumer electronics show, the Korean company will likely dedicate a large portion of its booth space to smartphones and tablets. Hopefully, we’ll begin hearing about a mobile unpacked event sooner rather than later. Recent rumors suggest we could get a preview of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Android smartphone, which is said to be sporting a 4.99-inch 1080p FHD Super AMOLED “unbreakable” and/or “flexible” display. We’ll be at CES to cover anything and everything Samsung unveils on the mobile front, so definitely stay tuned!
Sprint has started delivering a new software update, build ZVD, to the G2 that enables the same Knock Code feature found on the newer LG Android smartphones, like the G Flex and G3. Knock Code allows users to wake and unlock their device by using a unique [...]
Here’s an early look at what to expect with the upcoming Nvidia Shield Tablet, which should hit store shelves later in 2014. The image above was leaked out by the always reliable evleaks. The Shield Tablet is expected to feature a 7.9-inch display [...]
Today, in South Korea, LG announced the G3 Beat Android smartphone. As a mid-tier variant of the flagship G3, the G3 Beat offers a 5-inch 720p HD IPS display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage with microSD [...]
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