Samsung to take on Blackberry With Android-Powered Galaxy Qsubmited by mobile3g in Business
Samsung is planning to take on Blackberry maker Research in Motion with new Android Based handsets, called Samsung Galaxy Q. Galaxy Q would the business version of Samsung’s flagship Smartphone Galaxy S.
Galaxy S is already the second largest mobile phone producer world wide and the largest producer in US. Samsung is now try the enter the lucrative smartphone markt and take away shares from Apple and RIM.
Samsung Galaxy S is based on Android and said be the fastest Android phone. Smartphone Galaxy Q would also be based on Android. Samsung also try to overtake HTC in the smartphone market by end of the year.
Samsung is also try push its own operating system bada. with its bada based phone Samsung Wave.
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Samsung is jumping into the tablet fray with a device powered by Google’s Android operating system. Samsung’s tablet called Galaxy Tape is expected to launch in September. The device has a 7-inch OLED screen, runs a 1.2 GHz processor, and includes 16 GB of internal memory that can be boosted to 48 GB, according to a Vietnamese site Tinhte. The Galaxy Tape–also known as Galaxy Tab–will weigh about 13 ounces and ship with the latest version of Android operating system, Android 2.2 ‘FroYo.’
According to Samsung, the AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) Displays are much better than iPhone’s Ratina. Retina display consumes around 30 percent more battery power than the ‘super AMOLED’ display. Upcoming Samsung smartphone Galaxy S will be the one with super AMOLED display. The next generation AMOLED display doesn’t need backlights since it is powerful enough to emit itself whenever electricity is provided. This display consumes less power than conventional screens to offer clearer images.
Samsung electronics has in store for us another very attractive device which will run under Google‘s Android operating system the Samsung Galaxy Apollo. A recent article by Ionut Arghire over at softpedia.com via Engadget states that the Samsung Galaxy Apollo although has yet to be announced has been spotted already on the Samsung UK website next to the Samsung Wave and the Galaxy S.
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