With no tariff details or prices announced
Mobile phone network Vodafone has opened up the registration page on their website for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which will be the first mobile phone to arrive running the very latest Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 operating system from Google.
One Mobile Ring has now captured on video a walkthrough of the latest device from Samsung – the Galaxy Note.
Of nearly £80, including VAT
On-line mobile phone reseller Clove has unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note tablet is arriving with them at the start of November, where the retailer has dropped the cost of the device from £559 to £495, minus VAT.
Samsung and Google have just launched the Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset, where we are now published these images and video of the world’s first handset set to arrive with Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0.
as the world’s first Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich based mobile phone
South Korean consumer electronics company Samsung has launched the Galaxy Nexus phone, running from the very latest version of Android and with a HD screen.
South Korean electronics company Samsung has released the sales figures for their Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S II handsets, which have achieved a combined 30 million sales, globally.
Across multiple platforms
Consumer electronics giant Samsung has released ChatON, which is an application for Google Android mobile phones that allows for multi-platform communications and multimedia sharing, amongst other new features.
For £10.50 a month
Mobile phone network Vodafone has now listed the youth orientated Samsung Galaxy Y handset, starting on contracts from £10.50 or £13 with a data allowance.
as a mobile phone/tablet
Consumer electronics giant Samsung has confirmed the launch date of the large screened Android Galaxy Note device that bridges the gap between a handset and a tablet, by inviting One Mobile Ring to the launch event a week on Thursday.
As a ‘wondrous’ handset
Mobile phone network Three has taken stock of the midrange Android Samsung Galaxy W phone, only without the higher quality Galaxy S II screen and on price plans starting at £22 a month.