In this episode, we look at what’s really “wrong” with an iPhone 4S and what happens if you don’t get rid of your iPhone soon.
Author: Max Lee
For those of you wondering where ICS is for your Android smartphone, we go behind the scenes and see what happens while we wait.
In this episode of HighOnAndroid show, we test which Android smartphone “feels” the best by picking up a random guy off the street, then blind-folding him to test various different Android smartphones.
In this episode 3 of HighOnAndroid show, we unbox the latest Transformer Prime Android tablet that comes with world’s first 1.3Ghz quad-core processor.
HighOnAndroid Show Episode 2 – CES, Droid Razr Maxx, Droid 4,Padfone, Galaxy Note LTE, Galaxy Tab 7.7
On HighOnAndroid Show Episode 3, we talk about CES, Droid Razr Maxx, Droid 4,Padfone, Galaxy Note LTE, Galaxy Tab 7.7, and more. Enjoy~
After trying the original Galaxy S2 back over in South Korea about a week back, I decided to purchase the unlocked Galaxy Note on Amazon. I was really sold on the product that you can take notes and the screen is big. Since I already have AT&T SIM card, it would work better for me to get the unlocked version, plus I can use it freely whenever I go overseas. (The AT&&T Galaxy Note will come locked and subsidized.)
Before I left to South Korea to visit my parents, I was a bit excited to hear that Galaxy Nexus was being released. Well, after I got to actually play with a Galaxy Note, I have to say that Galaxy Note is a far better device than Galaxy Nexus, as far as hardware and everyday usability goes.
Over on my last trip to South Korea, I got to play with the original Korean version of Galaxy Note white version for quite a bit. The Korean version of Galaxy Note comes packed with goodies like Samsung Exynos 1.5Ghz processor and LTE on Korean telecom networks LG U+ and SK Telecom’s 4G LTE.