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Samsung has just shown off a teaser video for their upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV. The new device is rumored to have very powerful specs including an 1080p HD screen and an 8 core processor.
Days after revealing quarterly profits of $8.3bn, Samsung has announced that it has now sold 100m devices in the Galaxy S range. S III sales have topped 40m, and are selling over 190,000 units a day.
In recent legal proceedings between Apple and Samsung, a document highlighting feature-by-feature comparisons between the user interfaces of the iPhone and the Galaxy S was admitted as evidence.
Samsung has announced that it has sold a worldwide total of over 50 million Galaxy S I and Galaxy S II since the original's launch in 2010, along with seven million units of the Galaxy Note.
Samsung's next major smartphone release has seen a large amount of carrier pre-orders for its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III.
Samsung today announced details of its latest Android smartphone, the Galaxy S Advance. A budget handset aimed at those who can't afford a cutting edge Samsung device but still want their Android fix.
Samsung recorded a record profit for the fourth quarter of 2011, thanks in part to increased sales of its smartphone devices like the Galaxy S II which increased its revenues by 40 percent.
A new rumor claims that Samsung will announce the Galaxy S III smartphone, the third major version of its Galaxy S series, sometime in February 2012 with an impressive list of features.
Samsung is now backtracking a bit, saying now that it is looking into giving Galaxy S smartphone and original Galaxy Tab tablet owners an update plan for Android 4.0.
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S smartphone and the original seven inch Galaxy Tab tablet will not be updated to Android 4.0. due to a lack of available RAM and ROM on the devices.
Samsung announced today that it has sold over 300 mobile phones so far in 2011, breaking its old record of 280 million annual mobile phone sales in 2010.
A Dutch judge has now allowed Samsung's Galaxy S and Galaxy S II smartphones to be sold in parts of Europe again after Samsung fixed an issue that cause the phones to violate an Apple patent.
Apple has been granted an injunction in a Dutch court which bans the sale of Samsung's Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Ace Android devices in the European Union
Apple has supposedly modified more evidence in order to gain a legal edge against Samsung. The claims, made in The Netherlands, accuse Samsung of using the iPhone as a base design.
A judge working on an infringement case between both Apple and Samsung has denied a Samsung request to see Apple’s iPhone 5 and iPad 3 devices, saying that the company is not required to hand...
Apple’s ongoing legal case against Samsung increased today, with news that the company has now expanded its complaint by adding more products and patents into the mix. According to Appolicious, Apple’s original complaint alleged that Samsung’s...
In July last year, Samsung boldly claimed it would sell 10 million Galaxy S phones, a claim met with skepticism from some given the wide range of Android handsets on the market. Less than seven months...
Neowin broke an exclusive story that the Nexus Two was being developed and its release might be just around the corner, but the details were still very scarce. However, new details about the Nexus Two...
Since their launch, the Samsung Vibrant and Samsung Captivate have had to be on a plan with T-Mobile and AT&T respectively. It now seems that this is no longer the case, as Dagentooboy of XDA-Developers...