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Galaxy Round

Samsung Galaxy Round is merely an experimental device claims report

When the Samsung Galaxy Round was announced last week amidst much hype and speculation, it was reported that the smartphone will be available only in South Korea, which raised some suspicion regarding Samsung’s plans for the global arena. Now there’s clarification coming through about that and we must agree it’s not good news. Apparently, the Galaxy

Pantech Vega Secret Note

Pantech announces Vega Secret Note with a fingerprint scanner

  Pantech has just announced the rumored Vega Secret Note smartphone with a fingerprint scanner on the back as expected. As the name probably indicates, the smartphone comes with a few security related features courtesy of the fingerprint scanner. Users will allegedly be able to unlock the phone using the fingerprint scanner and also display some hidden

LG Vu 3

LG Vu 3 to be released in October

The LG Vu 3 will be unveiled in October, according to the Korean publication ETNews. The device will be pitted against the recently-unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Both the LG Vu 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sport large displays over 5 inches as well as flaunt powerful innards. LG Vu 3 specifications The

LG G2 Quickwindow case

LG G2 QuickWindow case appears in video

The LG G2 QuickWindow smartphone cases which will be available for the upcoming flagship handset are being teased in a new video on Youtube. The video itself is in Korean, but it clearly shows a case with an opening that allows the user to answer calls, view messages, access the alarm clock, see the time,

6-inch 1600 x 2560 pixel displays may be coming next year

2014 may be the year of 6-inch mobile LCD panels with resolutions of 2560 x 1600 pixels (WQXGA) and pixel densities of 500 pixels per inch. This information comes from Korea’s ET News, which cites industry insiders from Korea and Japan as its source. Such LCD panels are an improvement over the 5-inch 1080p displays

Samsung to unveil mirrorless Galaxy Camera 2 next week

The Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 is expected to make its first public appearance in next week’s Premiere event in London. Samsung CEO Shin Jong-Kyun himself announced the unveiling in an interview with Korea Times. The device is described as a mirrorless Android-based camera. No other details, however, regarding the device were revealed during the interview.

Pantech Announces 5.9-Inch, 1080p Vega No. 6

Last week, it was rumored that the South Korea-based mobile phone maker Pantech, would be unveiling a new Full HD smartphone this week. Today, the company touted as the third-largest handset manufacturer in Korea took the wraps off the Vega No. 6 in its home country. The Pantech Vega No. 6 features a massive 5.9-inch

Samsung Reports Selling 1 Million Galaxy Note 2 Units In South Korea

Samsung has announced that it has already sold one million units of the Galaxy Note 2 in its home country, South Korea, three months since it was launched last September. Meanwhile, combining local and international sales, the phablet has already topped 5 million units in sales. The phablet was launched globally in October. According to

Samsung Expects To Rake in More Money With Big Fourth Qtr. Shipment

  Samsung will continue to rack up more money in the coming months following reports that the Korean tech giant has already scheduled a shipment of at least 61 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of 2012. According to UBS financial analyst Nicolas Gaudis, Samsung is expected to ship between 61.5 million to 63 million

64GB Nexus 10 Unveiled In A Samsung Korea Promo

There has been no indication or news on a Nexus 10 that would go beyond 32GB of storage, but it does appear that Samsung Korea may be getting ready to double up the max storage tier, which also means that we might be able to see a 64GB version in the Play Store before the

Korean Court Says Samsung and Apple Violated Each Others Patents

The Seoul Central District Court in Korea has ruled that Samsung and Apple have actually violated each other’s patents instead one violation the other. The end result of this is that both companies are completely banned from selling the violating devices in South Korea. This ruling includes the iPhone 4, iPad 2, the Samsung Galaxy