Samsung is going to release Galaxy S2 and a new Samsung Galaxy Tab at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2011, according to an internal Samsung PR document that tech blog Electronista.com has hold of.
Few days back, HTC introduced its first Windows Phone 7 device, namely HTC HD7 in India. Now, another Windows Phone 7 mobile is being launched, called the HTC 7 Mozart.
Sony Ericsson is all set to introduce the newest members of its Xperia family of smartphones at the 2011 Mobile World Congress [MWC] to be held in Barcelona, Spain on February 13 of 2011.
LG has announced that the Optimus 2X handset will arrive in and Europe in January, followed by Korea and the US. There is no word on India launch but given Samsung's Galaxy S success, LG wouldn't want to wait too long.
A few days have gone by since Google released the latest edition of Android, version 2.3 or Gingerbread. So far, it seems Samsung Nexus S, which is Google’s flagship phone, is the only device to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Photographs and a few details of LG’s upcoming smartphone, codenamed LG B, have been leaked on the Web by Phandroid, an Android-centric blog. Within a few hours of the leak, LG’s official Twitter account announced that the LG B phone would be shown at LG Bloggers Meet on Jan. 5.
Samsung has had a good 2010. The company released its Galaxy S device bang on time on various platforms, and the phone became hugely popular. Unlike its rival LG, which entered the smartphone market late and now seems to be lagging behind in the tablet business as well, Samsung entered the tablet market with its GalaxyTab, which seemed to many people to be an iPad killer (another way of saying the product was good.) Now, the company is gearing up for 2011, and here we’ve listed a couple of its plans: