Coming Soon Samsung Galaxy S3

Will the coming soon Samsung Galaxy S3 make a clean sweep in the Smart Phones arena?

The latest hit from Samsung Galaxy family which created history in the smart phone category was Galaxy S2 which also put the Apple & it sales down with its popularity and sales figures in its own smart phones category.

Ready and soon going to be in the markets Samsung Galaxy S3 is all set to create history and give customers totally a new experience all together.

Let’s see how? Exynos 5250 is the master step from Samsung for being ahead of all their competitors by a huge margin. This dual core chip with 2GHz is the successor to the one which is currently is being used in the much talked Samsung Galaxy S2 and most probably will power the new Samsung Galaxy S3.

Samsung Phones are confidently stating that this chip will make all the difference in the smart phones arena as this will be 4 times faster in comparison to its older handsets and will be giving 2560 X1600 resolution compatibility and states will also support stereoscopic 3d.

As the new Samsung Galaxy Note even this handset will be TABLET oriented and will not make you miss or will make you go for a tablet.

So Samsung has made sure that they will create and create something which is much ahead then the current competition by bringing a chip called Exynos 5250 memory bandwidth up to 12.8 Gbps and has used low-power HKMG 32nm process and has two ARM-based Cortex-A15 cores. This is talked about in the tech circles that this will be one of its types and the first of its kind system on chip which will be able to clock 2 GHz.

Samsung Phones have put full stop to all its critics of launching Samsung Galaxy S3 with 1.8GHz by bring Exynos 5250 in action. So let’s wait for 2012 when this mighty handset will get launched from SAMSUNG!!
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All About The Galaxy Tab

You have for sure all ready heard about Samsung's Galaxy Tablet and how cool of a tablet it is!

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Everybody want the Galaxy Tablet these days, and it is understandable because it is a very cool gadget.

If you thought that the Ipad was the only cool tablet on the market you are for sure wrong. The Galaxy Tablet are packet with tons of cool stuff whether you want to use your Galaxy for work while you are on the move or just want to play around with the many features that are build in.

Despite the size is much smaller than other tablets on the market, do not underestimate the power of the galaxy, just because you need a 50 inch Television Screen does not means that your tablet has to be big, 7 inch is fine.

The Galaxy Tablet is a little power full workhorse that are combined with the perfect balance of portability that helps you with all the need you might have when you are on the move or for that matter are to lazy to go over and turn on your computer.

A few very good details are that the Galaxy Tablet from the beginning are born with both 3G and Wifi so you do not need to worry about whether you did the right decision or not when it comes to 3G.

A very cool camera are build in as well which the Ipad does not have.

Here are some of the many features you will have with the Samsung Galaxy Tablet:

- Multitasking
- Minimum screen transitions when for example accessing emails
- Swype for super fast input, *1.5 times faster than using your thumb to write with
- Calender that combines your Facebook, Google and Outlook Calender
- Full Screen view and simple editing of documents
- Use of a Keyboard dock if your fingers are to bog for the 7 inch screen
- Multi communication channel with integrated phonebook
- Keep updated with your friends posts on whatever social network you might like
- Voice Calling
- Video Conference
- Real time sharing of what I see (let your friends see you do groceries)
- The Perfect E-Book reader device
- Hub access for all the music you may like
- (1024*600) ultra sharp crisp display
- Flash 10.1 and Html 5 support
- Full HD content streaming to bigger screen resolutions
- Easy access to all applications on the Android market
- Full view of location based service on the move

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Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung has unlived the new galaxy note which is introduced to replace notebook and pen with Galaxy Note and S pen. S pen is designed to take advantage of pen as used in the notebook. These includes S planner, a native calendar and to do list app, from which you drag and drop appointments, changing time slots without open an entry, S memo for note-taking and it accepts voice, photo, text and hand written input. Samsung Galaxy note is a combination of full featured Smartphone and Tablet (like Galaxy 10.1, iPad 2). It has a 5.3-inch super AMOLED capacitive touch screen with 1280x800 pixels resolution(~285ppi) that provides an impressive viewing experience and the super AMOLED screen is said to be bested screen in the market which gives high brightness, contrast and up to 180 viewing angle. Taking full advantage of the large display you will be able to do more task to create and consume more with minimum scrolling and screen transition while on the go. The high resolution display ensures that power point presentation, web-pages, news apps and e-books can be viewed comfortably with minimal scrolling and zooming.  Click here to see full post
Tech Specification:
2G Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
5.3-inches Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen (800 x 1280 pixels)
Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate UI
Multi-touch input method
Three-axis gyro sensor
Touch-sensitive controls
TouchWiz UI v4.0
Gorilla Glass display
Primary: 8megapixel camera (3264x2448 pixels)
              -autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus,
            - face and smile detection, image stabilization
Video recording: Yes, 1080p@30fps
Secondary: yes, 2 MP
Dimension: 146.9 x 83 x 9.7 mm
Weight: 178 g
Phone memory: 16GB/32GB storage, 1 GB RAM
Memory card: microSD, up to 32GB, 2 GB included
OS: Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread)
CPU: Dual-core 1.4GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, Mali-400MP GPU, Exynos chipset
Audio jack: 3.5 mm audio jack
Bluetooth: Yes, v3.0+HS
USB: Yes, v2.0 micro USB (MHL), USB On-the-go
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot
GPRS: yes
EDGE: yes
3G: HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
GPS: Yes, with A-GPS support
Messaging: SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
FM radio: Stereo FM radio with RDS
Java: Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
         - Digital compass
         - YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration
          - Adobe Flash 10.2 support
         - Google Search, Maps, Gmail
         - S Pen stylus
         - NFC connectivity (optional)
          - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
         - TV-out (via MHL A/V link)
          - Samsung ChatON
         - Barometer sensor
         - SNS integration
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Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 Review

After the Success of Samsung Wave S8500 Samsung yet again come back with their brand new Smartphone the Samsung Galaxy Tab. This smartphone will be available soon in the United States through all four major wireless carriers. The Apple iPad has already sold millions and has a significant head start on tablet competitors like the Galaxy Tab, but the Galaxy Tab has a variety of compelling features and functions that could sway the decision between the two.

Lets review the Samsung Galaxy Tab with Seven Major Points of its success.

1. Size. The Samsung Galaxy Tab has a 7-inch display. The display is smaller than the iPad's 9.7 inches, but is still large enough to be functional and differentiate it from simply being a large smartphone (like the Dell Streak).

2. Weight. At just over 13 ounces, the Galaxy Tab is about half the weight of the iPad. When holding it one-handed for extended periods of time, the Galaxy Tab will be less strenuous and more comfortable than the one and a half pound iPad.

3. SD Memory Card. The Galaxy Tab only comes in 16Gb and 32Gb models, compared with the iPad's 16Gb, 32Gb, and 64Gb models, but it has an SD memory card slot that can add an additional 32Gb of storage and bring it up to 64Gb. The memory card option also adds versatility and endless storage because it can be swapped out and provides a means of transferring data between the Galaxy Tab and other devices.

4. Cameras. While few will adopt the Galaxy Tab as their portable camera of choice, having the option to snap photos is a plus. More importantly, having a front-facing camera and video chat and Web conferencing capabilities is a benefit from a business perspective. There is a reason that cameras were one of the most speculated features before the iPad launched without them, and why they are the most rumored feature of the upcoming next-generation iPad.

5. Flash. Apple has recently softened its position slightly on Flash, but there is still no direct Flash Player compatibility within the iPad. For those who feel Flash is an important element of the Web surfing experience, the Galaxy Tab is the way to go.

6. RAM. The Galaxy Tab has 512Mb of RAM--twice as much as the Apple iPad. More RAM means more apps can be actively run in memory without bogging the system down.

7. Multitasking. Android has true multitasking. Currently, the iPad has no multitasking other than the core apps like the iPod player that Apple chose to allow to run in the background. When the iPad gets iOS 4.2 in November, it will get the iOS 4 multitasking, but that is still a limited pseudo-multitasking that isn't as robust as what the Galaxy Tab has to offer.
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The Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Previously we took a look at the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus and what it offered in terms of design and screen performance. We were suitably impressed so now it is time to delve a little deeper and take a look at some other aspects of this exciting new device.

One thing you will notice when using the handset for the first time is that it operates at a very fast pace. A powerful 1. 2 Ghz processor is the reason why this operation is so impressive. This ARM Cortex A9 chip is a dual core affair meaning multi tasking really benefits as one core can perform your current task whilst the second core can keep one running in the background. A slight disappointment with the model is that it offers an inferior graphics processing unit to the popular Galaxy S2 model.

The Power VR SGX540 is a good quality chip and capable of handling a wide variety of material but it would have been nice to see this model offer something a little more in line with what is fitted on other premium models. The Galaxy Nexus is available with two different internal storage capacities. The smaller model should suffice the everyday smartphone user with its 16GB of capacity whilst the larger 32GB model will be more suited to anybody looking to store a large number of audio or video files on the handset.

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus includes a digital still camera capable of taking photographs in 5 mega pixel resolution. Despite this standard being lower thant the 8 mega pixel offered on many new phones it still gives a high quality of image that looks superb when viewed on the phones own screen. It is pleasing to see that the video capture is of the highest quality thanks to its 1080P capabilities which make it one of the best models available in this area and certainly equal to the likes of the iphone 4S and the HTC Sensation XE. As is common with premium smartphones a secondary front facing camera is included. This is a cut above the usual standard and can capture pictures at 1. 3 mega pixel resolution as well as enable video calls.

The upgraded operating system present on this model brings many changes to mobile devices that we saw implemented on Android tablet devices earlier in the year. Web browsing benefits from a boost in speed as well as improved tab browsing facilities. The Google voice search feature has also been improved although its use is not as varied as the new Siri system that Apple offer on their latest models. Seasoned Android users will notice some subtle enhancements to the interface whilst multi tasking has also seen some improvements applied.

The new Samsung Galaxy Nexus could well be the phone to take over from the Galaxy S as the leading mobile device. Despite one or two areas which could have been improved such as the digital still camera and the GPU the phone offers high specification and looks to rival every other phone that is currently available.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the HTC Sensation XE are available now.
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Samsung Galaxy S2 features and applications

A very cool smartphone from Samsung is before you.  This smartphone is yet to be launched. A product that belongs to a high end classification, providing you a new way of mobile generation.  Well, here we are with the features and some geek work which can be practiced in this very amazing product from Samsung.  If you know something more about Samsung Galaxy S2 then you are most honored to comment on the post and share your views.
Samsung Galaxy S2

Some GEEK work on Samsung Galaxy S2:
How to add shortcut in touch wiz user interface of Galaxy S2?
-         Well, to do so simply go to home screen, press the screen in the blank space where it is free from icons.  The phone will pop up a menu which consists of lot of options which includes shortcut options.  Using the shortcut option you can set shortcut for your favorite app.
How to reset Samsung Galaxy S2?
-         There are three ways to reset Samsung Galaxy S2 to factory defaults. First one through dialer, second one through settings and the final one by Recovery mode. Let us see one by one.
How to reset through Dialer?
-          In dialer enter 2767*3855# and dial. Your phone will reset to factory defaults.
How to reset through setting?
-         Go to settings from Menu, and select Privacy, Factory data reset.
How to do Factory Reset through Recovery Mode?
-         Power off the phone, press and hold Vol. Up + Home + Power. Use the Vol. keys to navigate the menus and Home to action.
How to add contacts to Home Screen?
-         Hold down on any home screen blank space, select shortcuts from options, then you chose contacts then you choose a contact to stick them on the home screen, or you can choose direct message/dial and then a contact to do the same with that feature.
How to fix Home Screen and apps disappear on Startup?
-         Some users have reported that, by going to settings-> accounts->and Sync. Uncheck both background sync and auto sync will solve this issue.  
How to sort videos by list?
-         Access the movie through your file explorer instead of the gallery, that way you can see the name of the movie on the file.
How to increase call value?
ü  When max volume is set, it is actually sets default setting of 87 out of 100 . For changing default setting please follow below steps.
ü  Call this number *#*#197328640#*#*
ü  This will open the service mode menu.
ü  Choose option [5] AUDIO
ü  Choose option [1] (VOICE CALL)
ü  Choose option [1] HANDSET
ü  Choose option [1] Volume
ü  Choose option [1] SRC Speech RX Volume
ü  Choose option [5] 5_lvl : 87
ü  Press the menu button (left side)
ü  Choose Key Input
ü  Enter a value between 0 and 100, I choose 100 the loudest setting.
ü  Press ok
ü  Now press the menu button and select back this should save (don’t use the right side back key you normally use to navigate the phone or you will quit out of the settings) keep hitting the menu and back until you leave the service mode menu.
ü  You will also note you can change volume settings for other things like Bluetooth, head sets, video call etc.
Note: This is not permanent. When phone get restarted, settings resets back to the default levels.
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