In response to customer demand for more high-end Androids and 4G access, Virgin Mobile USA has added the the ultra-thin Samsung Galaxy S2 4G to its line up.
MetroPCS has announced that it will be offering Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S III Android smartphone without a contract from October 22. It will be available in all MetroPCS stores and online at www.metropcs.com.
Sprint and Samsung Mobile have just announced the Samsung M400, a 3G clam-shell cell phone with accessibility features designed specifically to meet the needs of senior citizens and people with disabilities.
SoftBank a Japanese wireless carrier has announced that it will acquire a 70% share in Sprint. The deal is worth $20Bn.
AT&T and Samsung Mobile have revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Camera is coming to AT&T. The Galaxy Camera merges high performance photography with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and 4G mobile internet connectivity
Samsung has announced that it will launch the Galaxy Note II with five major US carriers by mid-November. Exact pricing and availability will be released at a later date.
Amazon’s Kindle topped Amazon.com’s “Best of 2011” Lists with the Kindle Fire listed as ‘the best selling’, ‘most gifted and the ‘most wished’ for item.
T-Mobile has unveiled the HTC Amaze 4G and Samsung Galaxy S II which it says will be the fastest smartphones on its network and the first smartphones to take advantage of T-Mobile’s faster 4G (HSPA+ 42) network technology.
Maxthon, a Chinese software company and developer of web browsers with over 130,000,000 users in 120 countries has turned its attention to the Andriod platform. The company has just released the Maxthon Mobile browser for the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone.
Sprint has announced that it will debut the Samsung Epic 4G Touch on September 16. This is Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S II Android smartphone.