Verizon will be lighting up a few more cities with LTE in the coming months and rightfully so, considering all the new LTE enabled devices coming out. While they’ve managed to drag their feet with the Galaxy Nexus release, they’ve certainly been cranking out the LTE. I know a ton of you can’t wait to start experiencing the blazing speeds of LTE and keep feeling heartbreak whenever your city doesn’t make the cut so I’ll try to peel the band-aid off of this one quick. Read More »
While we’re all waiting for the Galaxy Nexus to arrive and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to be released to the AOSP, the is another way that we can get ICS on our phones: ports from the ICS SDK. In most cases the result is closer to something you’d expect from “Dr. Frankenstein” than a “plastic surgeon” in terms of elegance and full-functionality, but being able to run ICS on your own phone before it’s available to anyone else can be too hard to pass up! Since the SDK was released, here are some of the more noteworthy phones that have gotten the new read more
Let’s say that US Cellular‘s lower-end smartphone offerings aren’t to your liking. Considering the carrier’s recently-shared plans for the start of its LTE network in early 2012, maybe you’re thinking about the possibilities for getting some top-tier hardware to really take advantage of LTE speeds. It turns out you might get exactly that, if today’s rumor plays-out. It’s hard from definitive proof, but a leaked LTE training screenshot from US Cellular has some people thinking the carrier could be landing Samsung‘s Galaxy Nexus. None of the 4G LTE read more
Rumored release dates for the Galaxy Nexus are not in short supply. Just about every other day now, another internal document makes its way online with a new, or old, release date for the device. The latest document to hit the Internet lends a helping hand to the credibility of an older rumored release date.
Just two days ago on… Read more
Because we know some in the Android community (and elsewhere) like to get worked up over things like the PenTile matrix used Samsung‘s new HD SuperAMOLED display technology, we decided to snap some close-ups of the tech in all its high-def (1280×800) glory on a shiny new Galaxy Note. If you’re a regular around here, you’ll know that HD SuperAMOLED also used on the Galaxy Nexus’s 720p display.
We think it’s safe to say you don’t have anything to worry about — HD resolutions on a hand-held SuperAMOLED device look just as gorgeous as you’d expect them to, even when you’re viewing things up-close. Hit the jump for a few more photos…