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06.23.12

The Samsung Galaxy S III started shipping this week in the US and we took a deeper look at 4.8-inch screen sized Android beauty. Samsung has been on a tear lately with its Android phones, outselling even Apple and its venerable iPhones with over 50 million Galaxy S2s sold. With the new Galaxy S III, Samsung seems to continue its momentum with company claims of over 10 million pre-orders of the phone before the Galaxy S III has even shipped. Samsung triumphantly unveiled the phone this week in New York to the US public and press for the first time and we were able to get our hands on one. Here's our review of the Samsung Galaxy S III Android smartphone.

01.09.12

LAS VEGAS -- At the AT&T Developers Summit keynote being held at CES 2012, Samsung's Kevin Packingham showed its new hybrid phone/tablet device - the Galaxy Note. With a 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display, 1.5GHz dual core processor, 8 megapixel back and 2 megapixel front camera, the new Galaxy Note is a tweener mobile device that sits in between a tablet and a smartphone. The hybrid device will support AT&T's fast new 4G LTE network as well as AT&T's legacy 3G network. It also has a stylus pen which Samsung is calling the S-Pen which will allow Galaxy Note users to input to the device using handwriting as well as do doodles when you're bored. Pricing and availabiity werre not announced.

06.24.11

Here at GamerLive.TV, we’ve always loved cool Android smartphones, mobile games and 3D. With the release of the new EVO 3D glasses-free 3D phone today by Sprint, we get everything we want in a single beautiful package. Starting today, you can pick up a Sprint EVO 3D at your local Sprint Store. Check out our preview interview with Sprint about the EVO 3D smartphone.

03.24.11

ORLANDO, Florida -- At CTIA, Sprint announced the new HTC EVO 3D, the sequel to its successful and popular EVO 4G, featuring glasess-free auto-stereoscopic 3D playback on its QHD display and 720p 3D video recording as well as the ability to capture high-resolution 3D still pictures. The HTC EVO 3D features a 3D 5 megapixel back-facing camera with left and right stereoscopic lenses as well as a front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera. The HTC EVO 3D also features a dual core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 16GB of internal Flash memory, an SD memory expansion slot, 1080p HDMI output and Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread mobile operating system. The device will run on Sprint's 4G WiMax network with download speeds of up to 10 megabits per second as well as on Sprint's 3G EVDO Rev. A CDMA network and 802.11 b/g wireless networks. Check out an exclusive first look video preview of the new HTC EVO 3D device.

02.17.11

BARCELONA -- Google (GOOG) and its Android operating system dominated Mobile World Congress being held this week in Barcelona as the search engine company's foray into the mobile world has quickly reached a crescendo. Google's fun green and white two story booth, complete with a smoothie juice bar and a circular slide where attendees could slide down in the middle of the booth and get their picture taken, represented a stark contrast to the more formal and stuffy business-like booths in this B2B-oriented, mobile industry show. The booth itself represented a departure from Google's normal trade show appearances, which have usually been much smaller and more utilitarian in design.

01.11.11
NEW YORK – In an announcement that was widely expected and highly anticipated, Verizon Wireless announced at its New York press conference on Tuesday that it will begin selling Apple's iPhone in early February, ending AT&T's four-year run as the phone's exclusive carrier.
01.05.11

LAS VEGAS (CES) -- At AT&T's Developer Summit a day before CES officially opens, AT&T Mobile President Ralph De La Vega introduced its 4G network introducing availability of its new 4G LTE network in Spring 2011 and including its HSPA+ network upgrade under the 4G moniker, following T-Mobile's "4G" HSPA+ marketing.

01.04.11

LAS VEGAS (CES) – Sprint today announced the long rumored EVO Shift 4G Android-based smartphone by HTC here a few days before the start of CES. The biggest news with the Shift is the slide out keyboard with its rather large 3.6-inch 800 x 480 LCD display. The Shift runs on Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network with speeds of up to 10 megabits per second as well as its EVDO Rev. A 3G CDMA network. With the 3G phone wars heating up, Sprint claims the EVO Shift 4G will be the cheapest 4G smartphone available for $149.99 after a $100 rebate on a two-year contract.

08.31.10

In June, Sprint launched the first 4G smartphone, the EVO 4G, onto the market with great anticipation and fanfare. So how does Sprint top the EVO 4G? With the new Epic 4G from Samsung, of course. The Epic 4G offers a great combination of features including the 4.0-inch AMOLED display, that is sure to wow with its super bright screen, vivid colors and high contrast ratio, and the full QWERTY keyboard. It also comes with a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 5-megapixel camera with 720p video recording plus a front facing VGA 640x480 camera for video chatting, and, of course, 4G WiMax connectivity, which is Sprint’s biggest advantage over its mobile competitors currently.

08.30.10

BlackBerry owners who feel left out of the smartphone party recently dominated by iPhone and Android can now rejoice, your phone is here. The Blackberry Torch, also known as the Bold 9800, represents Research In Motion’s (RIM) latest attempt to attract more consumer users and is the first RIM phone to feature their latest Blackberry OS 6, with a revamped user interface and a ton of new features.

08.26.10

Sprint’s EVO 4G Android smartphone by HTC is the first Android smartphone from a major carrier to get the long awaited version 2.2 (Froyo) of the Android mobile OS from Google. Among the main features of the new version is support for the Adobe Flash 10.1 mobile player giving the EVO 4G the ability to browse websites with Flash videos, animations and/or graphics. Adobe, having been shunned by Steve Jobs and Apple, has made a great effort to get cozy with Google and its Android OS using it as its launch platform for its Flash mobile initiatives.