Ask any mobile phone fan on the street if they know what a Galaxy phone is and they’ll immediately respond in the affirmative. But this recognition rate goes down quickly if you ask them if they’ve ever heard of a Samsung Galaxy Player.
A few coughs and some blind guesses later, they’ll probably arrive at “It’s a MP3 player?” Yes it is, but it is more than that. The Galaxy Player series, seemingly buried in the subconscious of electronics fans everywhere, also happens to be a great little multimedia device, and a serious alternative to Apple’s iPod iTouch.
We’ll explore this mysterious gadget and clue you in to what it can and can’t do, and if a Galaxy Player 5.0 is right for you. More...
On Thursday, 7:00 p.m. EST, a press event was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. J.K. Shin, CEO of Samsung Electronics, took the stage and announced what eager ears have been waiting to hear since last year—the Galaxy S4 smartphone has arrived!
A life companion
Shin said that Samsung’s goal was to create something that "helps us get closer to what matters in life” and to experience life that can be “richer and fuller.”
He continued by saying:
"For each of us, life is a journey. What we want is a device that can join us in our journey." At this point a giant image of the Galaxy S4 was projected on the screen behind him and he referred to the new smartphone as a “life companion.” More...
Today is November 8th, and it also happens to be the day that Windows Phone 7 (now to be forever called just Windows Phone) is released upon the world. You can currently buy from 2 carriers this morning, T-Mobile and AT&T. Each phone comes in at $200 a piece, on contract. Below you'll find what each is, how much it costs, and some brief specs to tide you over. More...
For the first time in over 18 weeks, the iPhone 4 is not the number one phone in Japan. The perennial powerhouse has been dethroned by the Samsung Galaxy S. The iPhone 4 32GB had taken Japan by storm for the last few months, but now it seems that the Android based phone is trying to wiggle its way into the Japanese market. It remains to be seen if this is just a one week spike, or if the Galaxy S can stay relevant in the Japanese market, but regardless it's always interesting to take note of the battle between iPhones and Android based phones.
What do you think? Is the iPhone/Android feud old news, or do you think the war has just begun? I personally think it's the latter, but let us know how you feel in the comments section. No matter what side of this battle you might be on, whenever you want to sell your iPhone or Android phone, come visit us and we'll provide you with competitive payouts to help get you money for your next gadget!