As expected, T-Mobile has also announced their Galaxy S II tonight as well. We don't yet have all the details and specs, but we do have a statement from T-Mobile:
T-Mobile USA, Inc. is pleased to announce the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy S™ II at T-Mobile this fall. Featuring a brilliant 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus touch screen – one of the largest screens available on a Galaxy S II device – T-Mobile’s Galaxy S II promises to keep customers entertained and connected while on the go. We look forward to sharing more information in the coming weeks.
The day has finally come, folks. Tonight, we get full details on Samsung's U.S. Galaxy S II lineup. Of course, we've got a pretty good idea of what to expect, but there's nothing like having your feet on the ground and your hands on the hardware.
That is, unless you were hoping for an official Verizon Galaxy S II, of course.
So join us here in this very post starting at 6 p.m. EDT / 3 p.m. PDT for our liveblog, and stick around for some hands-on action.
Have an Epson wireless printer and want to be able to print from your Android device using it? You're in luck. The Epson iPrint application has a lot of the features you may be looking for an is now available for download.
Print, scan and share directly from an android smartphone or tablet
Print photos and web pages
Access and print online files from Box.net, Dropbox, and Evernote
Use the built-in Web browser to find and print a web page
Configure print options including paper size and type, number of copies and page range
Scan from an Epson all-in-one and share the file
Check your printer’s status and ink levels
Get help with a built-in FAQ section
Epson iPrint is compatible with Android OS 2.1 or later and is available for free worldwide on the Android Market. You'll find the download link past the break, as well as the full press release.
We just got word from someone who will be soon having some hands-on training with the Sprint Epic 4G Touch, and they filled us in on the device specs and details. There's nothing here we weren't expecting, but that hardly makes it any less impressive. Check 'em:
4.52 inch Super AMOLED Plus display
Ultra-thin (9.59mm) design
Samsung Exynos 1.2GHz dual-core processor
Wimax 4G radio
8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera
HD video recording
Samsung Kies Air
NOVA 2 HD pre-loaded
AES-256 internal/external hardware encryption
Hotspot controls up to eight devices
Optional USB Host kit for connection keyboards, cameras, printers and thumb drives
A couple of specs appear to be official confirmed as well -- a 4.52-inch (no mere 4.5-incher here) Super AMOLED Plus display in an "ultra thin" design. There's 4G Wimax data, natch, and a dual-core 1.2GHz processor. We'll have to see what this "advanced Android experience" is -- typically that'd be something that comes along with its very own Android nerd.
Anyhoo, be sure to stop by our liveblog tonight as we bring you all the dirty details, live. And on a blog. We've got a couple more pics after the break, one of which might show you what that "advanced Android experience" is about, with a new-look app drawer.
Well -- that didn't take long. It was only yesterday we let you all know that the Samsung Mesmerize would be getting Gingerbread rolled out to it shortly. At the time, we didn't know when exactly but apparently US Cellular did and in fact -- it's rolling out now. If you're looking for the full details you can check out the source link below, otherwise head on into the Samsung Mesmerize forums and let us know how the update went for you.
With Samsung having now officially announced the LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, Rogers in Canada has wasted no time in letting folks know they will be one of the first carriers with the device. While Rogers LTE coverage at this point is still rather limited, come Sept 28 it will be expanding;
Customers in Toronto and Ottawa can be among the first in the world to experience LTE wireless devices when the company continues to roll out its LTE product line this fall. It includes: the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE Smartphone; the LTE Rocket mobile hotspot (Sierra Wireless AirCard 754S); Rogers LTE Rocket stick (now available in Ottawa); LTE Tablet from a leading manufacturer; and the previously announced HTC Smartphone.
No pricing details were announced yet but it looks as though Rogers will be bringing a lot of good equipment to those who live in their LTE enabled area. Sadly, I'm not one of them as of yet.
While the Droid Pro never made it to the UK under any other name, Motorola is making sure the Motorola Pro+ makes it there. The freshly announced device is a rather obvious follow up for that line but not to be mistaken for the Motorola Fire we saw recently. Rather then the 2.1-inch screen from the Fire, the Pro+ will offer up a 3.1-inch Gorilla Glass screen. Other specs include Android 2.3, 5MP camera, 1GHz Processor and a 1600mAh battery. Full details can be found past the break.
Motorola's recently announced DEFY+ will be making its way to British shores sometime next month, according to a press release by Moto's UK division. The DEFY+ is a beefed up version of the original DEFY -- you get a 1GHz CPU (up from 800MHz), Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a higher resolution screen inside a similarly rugged, waterproof chassis.
No word on which UK networks will be getting the DEFY+ just yet. However Orange and T-Mobile (aka Everything Everywhere) are a good bet, considering they've been quick to pick up Motorola devices like the Atrix and the original DEFY in the past.
If reading press releases is your thing, you can find Moto's DEFY+ UK presser after the jump.
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