Today here at CareAce, we have decided to experiment up to the end of June this idea: round-up the Samsung smartphone news weekly that we did not cover. This should help you be current and free us to provide support to Samsung smartphone users: fetching answers, reviewing apps and devices, and saving your time to enjoy your device more.
Our favorite examples so far:
- Download: Improve Samsung Omnia’s Touchscreen
- Samsung Moment Android 2.1 upgrade aftermath
- Samsung bada-powered Wave, an exhaustive review
- Samsung Omnia II vs HTC HD2 comparison
For this week, ending on May 28th: Uncovered News Pile (this week is just for one day)
“Skype bringing video calls to living rooms via Panasonic, Samsung & LG partnership), and it will eventually be coming to mobile devices too.”
“The Shadow has a PowerVR SGX 530 GPU while the Samsung Galaxy S has a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU and a 1 GHZ processor. The Shadow would surely lose to the Galaxy in a head to head challenge on the same OS.”
“We are taking everyone’s feedback into consideration. If we have info in the future, we will share it.”
“However, in the case of SHW-M120S, it turns out to be a bada device and not Android, as previously speculated. This clearly suggests that Samsung wants to out their first bada device in most of the regions as soon as possible.”
CareAce Trends in a blurb
- Samsung will support Yahoo service instead of Google service package
- Samsung Wave was launched in Europe, will be launched in Asia and Italy in June
- Samsung Galaxy S will have 512 MB of RAM and could be upgraded to Android 2.2. Possible T-mobile release and AT&T leaked.
- Bada Developers had alot of attention, free phones and more incentives to look forward
- Windows 7 at Microsoft ReMix in France was housed in Omnia HD
- Samsung Moment update to Android 1.6 does not have too many complaints but not fool proof
- Samsung Behold II users will not get Android 2.0 as promised, instead gets 1.6.
Thank you for visiting this week.