Samsung finally dials in the right formula for a great alternative to Apple's iPod Touch that includes a vibrant 4.2-inch screen, memory expansion, FM radio, and full support for Android 2.3.6.
T-Mobile subscribers who own the Galaxy S II phone can grab the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich update, but it's only available through Samsung's Kies software.
Android 4.0 seems to be taking ages to get out to devices. Developers still favor writing for iOS. It sounds terrible for Android, but there are reasons why it might actually have little impact on Android users.
The latest bit of evidence hints at a May push for Ice Cream Sandwich to some of Big Red's big Android sellers.
U.S. Cellular can claim that it's beaten Sprint and T-Mobile to LTE deployment, but for the Chicago-based regional carrier, a single device in a tiny market is just the beginning.
U.S. Cellular will launch its 4G LTE market next month with two Samsung devices: a smartphone and a tablet.
It may not be the Samsung Galaxy S3, but Samsung is about to move forward with the Galaxy S Advance GT-i9070.
With a 5.3-inch screen and a tricked-out stylus that can take screenshots and let you freestyle drawings and notes, the LTE-ready Samsung Galaxy Note is an interesting take on the familiar Android smartphone.
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