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Can you name them all? It’s been merely a year since Samsung revealed its first smartwatch to the tech press crowds in IFA, Berlin. Then, roughly six months later, the company switched software — and, ugh, gear — with three new wearable models, the Gear 2, the (possibly most forgotten) Gear Neo and the fitness-oriented Gear Fit wearable.
Not content with releasing a size for everyone Android device the Samsung Galaxy 3 is out now. Slimmer and faster it’s not a bad spec bump.
Te new slate, running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on a 1.2GHz dualcore processor, trims …
So according to analysts reports, Samsung managed to shift 6.5m Units. Whilst the S3 might be outselling it’s main rival the HTC one X but let’s not forget the iPhone 5 lands in october. (figures from intomobile)
Apple btw said …
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 might is probably main contender to the smartphone crowd given the dearth of Android handsets. Granted in our experience “normal” users seem to prefer the more diminutive size of the Galaxy S2, yet there is the same old problem, what’s the best phone tariff to get with your Galaxy s3 phone. We’ve taken a look at all the UK mobile providers and come up with a handy comparison chart so you get the best tariff out there.
It’s not just all things Apple that inspires an article here at EssentialMac. At the moment the tech community is a buzz with anticipation and excitement of the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy S3. The Galaxy s3 looks a mighty fine handset with some unique features like it knowing when you are looking at it. Here’s a look at some of the features and a video from a huge unboxing event at Earls Court, London..
Samsung are set to announce their “Swipeit” android product at this years CES. Swipeit is an Android app that allows and Samsung Internet and Swipeit enabled tv’s to show the content from your phone, on the larger screen. Does this sound familiar?
I’m loving the name Swipeit as that’s what they tend to do with Apple product design but now it seems airplay.
While SwipeIt works exactly like the Apple’s AirPlay, there are some significant differences: