I don't suppose this will be bigger than 16Gb?
1 week, 1 day ago on Verizon's Galaxy S 4 Releasing A Bit Earlier, Now May 23rd
I suppose the lack of user memory left for the user on the 16Gb model is not a feature! AT&T comes to the rescue on May 10th with 32Gb model for extra $50. Well worth it IMHO.
2 weeks, 1 day ago on Samsung Releases Two New Ads Highlighting Galaxy S 4 Features
@mikes_phone_and_tab Probably like the 32Gb and 64Gb versions of the Note 1 and Note 2 that never appeared in Europe either. I won't hold my breath.
2 weeks, 4 days ago on Samsung Releases Commercial For Galaxy S 4 Showing Off Its New Features
You can't run apps from a card on the newer versions of Android. The card is only really any use for media. Programs like Apps2SD no longer work, The is a big stink about the lack of memory in the 16Gb version of the S4.
More info at: http://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-response-storage-woes-202302/
Doubt if they will be showing off lack of user memory in 16Gb model or the lack of 32 or 64Gb models.
Sold out by the time I tried for Nexus 4 16Gb
6 months, 1 week ago on Poll: What Nexus Did You Buy Today?
This feature was NOT on the phone on sale at the Samsung store in Westfield, Stratford, London today apparently.
They were only selling the 16GB Marble White model. The ROM ID of the ones that appeared not to have this feature included was Buold Number JRO03C.N7100XXXLI5 - Let's hope an update is coming soon for those without it.
7 months, 3 weeks ago on New Video Shows Off True Multitasking On The Samsung Galaxy Note II
Without knowing where the survey was conducted and the questions asked and why, surveys like this are pointless. It would also be useful to know who funded the survey and the socio economic and age distribution of the sample. 600 people in Cupertino would give a very different answer to 600 in Redmond!
7 months, 4 weeks ago on Current Android Owners Are 2.4x More Likely To Switch To iPhone Than Vice Versa
There's little point in having another trial unless the jury is also allowed to judge on the validity of the patents - something that the previous jury were not allowed to do.
It is like convicting a driver of exceeding a speed limit without considering whether the speed limit should ever have been implemented in the first place, Samsung were not allowed to show any "pror art" evidence as the jury was instructed to assume the patents were valid. Increasingly, this seems to be in serious doubt.
7 months, 4 weeks ago on Samsung vs Apple Trial Not Over - Korean Company Requests New Trial On Claims Of Jury Misconduct
16GB variant only - no news of 32GB and 64GB availability or pricing yet.
7 months, 4 weeks ago on Samsung Galaxy Note II Gets First Release Date, In The UK
The Galaxy Note phone although still running ICS got an update around a month ago that added the pop-up video play window.
8 months ago on Samsung Posts List Of Devices Receiving Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
There will be no ban and no payment until another court decides on the validity of the patent. Various evidence was deemed inadmissable by Judge Lucy Koh which Samsung asserted was central to the validity of the patents.
As the jury were instructed to reach a verdict without considering the validity of the patents, the whole matter will have no go to another court in what is certain to be a protracted case.
8 months ago on Apple Wants Another $707 Million From Samsung, Total US Ban
The maps some people have discovered: http://theamazingios6maps.tumblr.com/
8 months ago on The iPhone 5 Launches Today, How Does It Stack Up?
Shame Google have disabled the Latitude shortcut though - was really useful to me rather than having to access it via maps.
8 months ago on Google Maps Now Provides Search History
@Prozac69 @UKAndroid I agree - I just want to kick Samsung into action - after all, the Note II was announced well before the iPhone5 and Apple now has firm date and prices.
8 months, 1 week ago on Samsung Says Galaxy Note II Coming In October, Expects To Sell 20 Million Units
In the UK we only have price for 16Gb model with vague `mid October date. Many want the 32Gb or 64Gb models of which there is no news of price or availability. Samsung delays may be advantage for iPhone5.
@Haloruler64 @IkAceEvbuomwan I don't think you think of a "true tablet" in the same way as I do. The Fire range are for the consumption of media provided mainly by Amazon. The device is pretty much locked down and not very configurable. Whilst I am sure it will be "hacked", it will never have GPS or NFC and other features I would expect on a "true tablet". They have good specs and a competitive price for what they are.
8 months, 2 weeks ago on Amazon's New 8.9" Kindle Fire HD Is As Impressive As It Is Cheap
@IkAceEvbuomwan Seems like nowhere is relevant to the Fire as I can't find any mention of GPS in the specs which means that it can't be used for navigation or with location based apps. (I did get the sarcasm!)
I notice there is no mention of GPS anywhere in the specs meaning that they would be pretty useless for any location based apps or navigation. Any pictures taken would also not contain the location details. Seems rather a shame. Still, I suppose it is only really a "content" player rather than a more general purpose device.
8 months, 2 weeks ago on Amazon Unveils New Kindle Fire At The Shocking Price Of $160
@IkAceEvbuomwan @UKAndroid Yes. The 7" models are coming to the UK but the 8.9" is USA only.