Android fans have much to be excited for today. Samsung just unveiled its much-rumored Galaxy S III smartphone. Beyond its larger screen, quad-core processor and beefy camera jammed into a thin chassis, the Galaxy S III is also clearly Samsung's response to the iPhone 4S's Siri.
We're closing in on the unveil for Samsung's Galaxy S III. Despite all the inconsistent rumors, a new video has surfaced from a reliable source that shows off what's believed is Samsung's next flagship Android smartphone.
AT&T's poster child might be the iPhone, but there's a new hottie in town: HTC's One X. Arguably one of the best looking (and fastest) Android 4.0 smartphones, the One X will be available on AT&T this May.
Samsung's Galaxy Nexus might be the iPhone's main rival for now, but there's another smartphone that's on everybody's watch list: the Galaxy S III, the successor to the impressive Galaxy S II that's managed to sell 20 million units worldwide already. Here's everything we know about Samsung's elusive smartphone.
HTC's tagline is "Quietly brilliant." In the last year, it's been anything but. With what felt like an endless release of similar smartphones with wild names, HTC's going into 2012 with a different mindset: simplify, refine and excel. The HTC One family is a trio of smartphones from high to low that represent the new HTC — a mobile company that is focusing more on the qualities in a smartphone that people care about most, instead of just pumping out smartphones every week. Read on to see if HTC's One X, S and V smartphones are worth considering.
Did you receive a brand new Kindle Fire for the holidays and realized its limitations? Want to squeeze more functionality out of that $200 tablet? Why not flash Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on it and turn it into a real Android tablet?
Ainol, a Chinese company responsible for many of the MP4-based portable media players you've probably seen in budget shops is releasing NOVO7, the world's first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-based tablet. But is it any good?
Samsung and Google dropped a huge bomb on Android fans last night. While the Galaxy Nexus stole the show with its huge 720p screen, Android 4.0 picked up the leftovers. Arguably, the coolest feature using a person's face to unlock a smartphone.