Samsung has announced Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2, two new Android powered smartphones which is expected to showcase at MWC next week. Company said that Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2 are the upgraded version of Galaxy Ace and Galaxy mini which was successfully launched last year........:)
Samsung revealed Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2 officially
Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0)
Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1)
Galaxy Note 10.1
Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
Galaxy S II
Galaxy S II (LTE)
Galaxy S Advance
Galaxy Ace 2
Galaxy Ace Plus
Galaxy Mini II
Galaxy S DUOS
While Samsung has the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II as its heavyweights for 2012, it has plans on bringing in more players to the fight as well. Reports of no less than 3 Samsung smartphones have now surfaced: the Galaxy S III Mini, Galaxy S II Plus, and Galaxy Premier.
I've had a Samsung Galaxy Mini for about a year, and want to transfer all the notes I made in the Memo app that comes with it either to my computer or onto the SIM card so I can put them all on my new phone, a Samsung Galaxy Fame.
Can anything be done, or do I have to write them all out by hand and then type them into my new phone?
In addition to the utter joy of the Jelly Bean update getting out to select Galaxy S III owners, Samsung has announced its latest roadmap highlighting which additional devices are slated for that buttery goodness.
Hello, I have some important messages on your Android Samsung galaxy s3 phone, then you should take a backup of them in case you do something and they get erased, I want to export contacts, messages from Samsung galaxy s3 phone to computer and print text messages, I tried many methods but failed, how can I transfer contacts, messages from Samsung galaxy s3 to PC?
Recent top-tier phones from Samsung have managed to propagate to major U.S. and international carriers while retaining their model names, like the Samsung Galaxy S III or the Samsung Galaxy Note II. As one moves down into the mid-tier range, we are starting to see carriers renaming Samsung devices to be more carrier specific.
A little less than a month ago CyanogenMod 9 RC1 (Release Candidate 1) was released with a lot of excitement, but now with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean being all the rave I can see an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM release being easily overlooked.