by Jaime Rivera | October 10, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the new rumors of a Nexus 4 as the probable name for Google's future Nexus device, along with a probable launch date. We then talk about Google's plans to bring trial subscriptions to their Play store. Then we go through the confirmation of a Microsoft Office service for iOS and Android along with a probable release date. Android 4.1.2 makes the news again, now for the Galaxy Nexus. We end today's show talking about the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini, and the reasons why you shouldn't care about it. All this and more after the break.
by Jaime Rivera | October 8, 2012 6:11 PM
It's common that many of you ask us for information on our daily driver. After all, we get to play with everything that the market has to offer, and ultimately decide if we're happy with what we reviewed or would prefer to go back to that specific device that we call home. The world may be full of some great Android offerings with quad-core processors, lot's of RAM and awesome user interfaces, but most of us will agree that not everybody is good at making Android look great no matter how long the spec sheet is. That's why many readers find it funny when our answer is: Samsung Galaxy Nexus. ...
by Anton D. Nagy | October 6, 2012 4:19 AM
The image above shows a device (though multiple instances) which is said to be a prototype under testing. Even though the label on the phone says "3Gb", the source confirmed to SamMobile that we're indeed looking at 3GB of RAM. The same source has also claimed that Samsung is about to change the design and follow a button-less trend (finally removing the home button which will appeal to many while others will have their own objections). Not much else is known. It looks like these prototypes are in testing for a possible 2013 release but whether it is the Samsung Galaxy S IV (at least its ...
by Jaime Rivera | October 5, 2012 5:47 AM
If you've been wondering just how the next Nexus smartphone from Google will look like, recent rumors shed some light. Unnamed reliable sources have said that Google is asking their still undisclosed OEM partner(s) to have their Nexus designs remain in harmony with the Nexus 7. There's no denying that Google nailed a home-run with the Nexus 7 since it's been sold out a couple of times in their Google Play store. There's also no denying that it's also one of the best-looking tablets of the year anyway. It's still hard to predict if this rumor holds any water, but with rumors of an LG ...
by Jaime Rivera | October 1, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through the recent rumors of a probable Nexus launch date from Google. Then we go through AT&T's launch of the Sony Xperia TL, which by the way, is also the new James Bond phone for the movie Skyfall. Then we talk about iCloud and Apple's recent move to grant some additional benefits to past MobileMe subscribers. Then we talk about the Windows Phone 8X and 8S by HTC, which recently showed just how great their front-facing camera is with a sample. We end today's show talking about the recent Carrier Settings Update that Apple sent to Verizon ...
by Jaime Rivera | October 1, 2012 8:59 AM
We've had a ton of rumors surrounding a probable Galaxy Nexus II smartphone dubbed the Samsung i9260. There are also lots of other rumors talking about Google changing their approach towards the Nexus program and allowing more OEMs to contribute each with a Nexus device. The only thing we didn't have was a probable date to play with the reports. Well, the new thing starting today is that we will see either an announcement or a launch of of Google's next Nexus smartphone in 30 days. Another interesting thing to note is that Google will most likely launch a new version of Android, though not ...
by Jaime Rivera | September 25, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent leaks of the first photo taken by the Samsung i9260, dubbed the possible Galaxy Nexus 2. We then talk about our iPhone 5 review and impressions of what things went positive for the phone. Then we go through all the bad parts of the iPhone 5, which have actually made a lot of buzz in the media lately. Then we talk about RIM's new moves with BlackBerry 10 devices reaching carriers and some other desperate measures to try to gain back developers. We end today's show by talking about Google's sad dismiss of a Google Maps client for iOS. ...
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