With the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the Korean Company has made its mark in an exhaustive range of mobile devices and smart phones. With this blurring of the thin line between tablets and smart phones, users have lapped up the Samsung Galaxy Note 2- with a lot of applause ,after the release of the much acclaimed Galaxy Note.
The success of these products in turn, has triggered off an entire series of coattails and phablets from the competitors of Samsung Inc. Not to be left behind—Samsung is now planning to launch its “Galaxy Fonblet.”
The official Global Download Center of Samsung Electronics has recently showcased model number “Samsung GT-I9205”, which is not in the category of smart phones. It has set many media persons and Samsung watchers talking—and in more ways than one.
Even as we wait to lay our hands on this Fonblet, Galaxy S4 launch event is reported to have announced several accessories for their latest masterpiece. The Samsung Game Pad is all set to woo users with its screen sizes varying from 4 inches to 6.3 inches. This is also the mystery device which will accompany the Galaxy S4.
So are you ready to hog the limelight along with these state-of-the art products from Samsung?
With Samsung Galaxy S4 a day away from release, Samsung is focusing its energies on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note III which would sport a 6.3’’ display. As reported earlier the phablet would have an S-pen with enhanced capabilities, there are also chances that Samsung would replace OLED screen with and LCD so that S-pen works better. The recently revealed Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 has LCD screen which makes for a superior S-pen experience.
The deliberation regarding Samsung Galaxy Note 3 screen is surfacing as company has invested $130 million in Sharp which offers superior screens with extraordinary brightness and pixel density.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with better S-pen capabilities and a LCD screen, Samsung is really pushing the envelope and making the world tougher for Apple iPhone 5S which slated for yearend launch.
While we’re eagerly awaiting Samsung’s launch of its brand new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, we’ve also been hearing a lot of buzz about the successor to the hugely successful Galaxy Note 2. Looks like the world can’t wait to know what’s in store for it!
An unnamed source has revealed that the Korean manufacturer is also working on a phablet with a 5.9-inch OLED display. Not only this, but the device is also expected to be powered by Samsung’s upcoming octa-core Exynos processor. However, for those of you waiting to see the bendable screens in action, looks like you’ll have to wait for some more time.
Like we said before, these are just rumors are there’s still no official word from Samsung just yet. But, the timing does coincide with last year’s launch of the Galaxy S3 and then the Galaxy Note 2 a little while later. And as screen sizes get bigger on the flagship smartphone, we can expect the Galaxy Note 2’s successor also to be bigger. So, what’s your pick – the Galaxy S4 or the Galaxy Note 3?… Read the rest
It seems after Apple have decided not buy Samsung Chips, the Korean giant is looking out for customers to sell its chips. Samsung is in talks with ZTE and Huawei and both the manufacturer are ready to buy the chips for the right price.
Samsung is even planning to put its Samsung Exynos 5 Octa chip which was revealed at CES in its Samsung Galaxy Note III which would come out later this year. Galaxy Note III would sport a 6.3 inch screen (screen vs. the current 5.5 inch screen).
Exynos 5 Octa Chip houses 4 high performances for high performance and heavy lifting of images and it also has four low performance cores that will manage light work.
If these rumored specs of Note III deem to be true then it would have larger screen than the 6.1 inch Huawei Ascend Mate and would decrease the distance beween a tablet and smartphone.… Read the rest