Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung has introduced the ‘Berry Pink’ Samsung Galaxy Note in South Korea. The launch of the vibrant pinky handset has its prime focus on female users and the youth as it flaunts a peppier vibe. We still await more details on the availability of this new variant across regional and international markets, for now its just Korea. Not to forget the super stylish pink “S Pen” and the optional pink protective case that adds more fun and glamor. The smartphone would soon join its other variants i.e. Black and White, providing users with an option to wear the skin they like. On the innovation front we have already seen Samsung constantly over delivering to user demands and needs, which also includes the Premium Suite of Apps that are especially designed for the Note and would be accompanied along the Android ICS 4.0 upgrade.
(Samsung Galaxy Note ‘Berry Pink’)
An interesting catch to the images showcased on the launch of the ‘Berry Pink’ Note include the Android ICS interface, which can be identified by the presence of the ‘Search Widget’ as it is not the same for Android Gingerbread devices. Keeping in mind that the Note is already due for its upgrade to ICS 4.0, it isn’t mind blowing to see the new interface as a part of the latest release. Lets hope that it makes through fast or even earlier than the tentative dates. Females who were dying for that pinkish girly touch have a new option added to their kitty if they still haven’t bought a phone till now.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is an awesome Tablet-Phone that I would recommend to all our readers, it has over 5 Million units shipped globally and still counting. You can check out the complete specifications by clicking here.
via Samsung Tomorrow
Samsung Galaxy S owners in Korea can finally consider the rumors to be true, the manufacturer has introduced a ‘value pack’ for the Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy K and Galaxy U. The update is targeted to bring Android ICS 4.0 alike features to its mid level segment. Its great to see Samsung making an initiative for its users base considering that the Galaxy S was launched way back in mid 2010 with Android 2.1 Éclair loaded on to it. The ‘value pack’ would introduce features including the famous facial unlock, the ability to click images while recording videos, enhanced photo editing functionality, and fresh folder options to the launcher menu. We know that many of you would not like to settle for anything besides the Android ICS 4.0 on to your smartphones. For Android lovers and geeks who have already played around with some custom ROM’s can try out the ICS based ROM’s available across the market.
The ‘value pack’ update for now stands still for the manufacturers homeland Korea, we still await news on region or country specific release for the same. We would keep you guys posted with any further buzz as we come to know more about it. If you are among the champs who have already tried the update and would like to share your opinion on the same, please leave your comments.
via Samsung Tomorrow
LG Optimus Vu, the smart and elegant competitor to the Samsung’s Galaxy Note has made its way to Korea. The handheld goes live on sale with SK Telecom and LG U+ networks across South Korea. The mobile giant eyes early adopters and new users with the opportunity to get a stylish protective case with an extra battery across both the carriers to the first 20K users.
Refreshing our thoughts on the LG Optimus Vu, it was one of the cool gizmos added to LG’s smartphone portfolio that were released prior to MWC 2012 while being actively showcased later at the grand event in Barcelona. We see some brilliant specs on the device that include a 5-inch IPS display, 1.5 GHz Dual-Core CPU, Android 2.3 Gingerbread (ICS 4.0 Upgradable), 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, 8MP camera, capacitive stylus input, sleek and stylish design.
Gadget lovers in Korea can get their hands on with the smartphone at a price tag of 999,900 won (approx. US $890). We sill await news upon worldwide release and pricing.
To checkout out detailed specifications and information on the LG Optimus Vu, click here.
Via LG Newsroom
LG has officially announced its first tablet with LTE support the Optimus Pad LTE. The Android based tablet flaunts an 8.9 inch 1280×768 “True HD” IPS display, 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2MP front camera and an 8MP rear camera. The device has an in-built internal storage of 32GB while being accompanied with an SD card slot with up to 32GB support. LG has made sure to integrate valuable features like DLNA and HDMI to enhance the overall media sharing experience. The tablet would ship with a 6800 mAh battery running Android 3.2 Honeycomb. The company has not shared any news about upgrades to Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.
“With tablets generating five times more traffic than the average smartphone, it’s not a huge jump to assume that tablet users need and want faster connectivity,” – Dr. Jong-seok Park, President and CEO of LG Mobile Communications Company.
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The Optimus Pad LTE also integrates in-built features like Smart Movie Editor for image and video editing at an ease and Web Duet combines email, search, messaging and support for sharing at ease across multiple social networking sites all at one go.
The tablet would be released in LG’s home South Korea followed by an early release worldwide.
via LG Newsroom Korea