The Samsung Galaxy Note gets Ice Cream Sandwich

The surprisingly popular Samsung Galaxy Note has been given an upgrade to it’s software with the introduction of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the device. The upgrade has gone out to customers in Germany and the Netherlands so far. This is a good indication that it will be rolled out to the rest of the world shortly. The update is said to be 320MB in size.
Definitely something great to look forward to.

In Australia the Samsung Galaxy Note’s popularity has far exceeded the expectations of everyone. The device is great value and Galaxy Note plans are on par in price to other devices.


The HTC One X is great but not perfect

The HTC One X just may the phone that can bring HTC back into the limelight. HTC have really struggled recently and it’s good to see them back in the mix with a device that really ticks a lot of boxes.

In Australia, the HTC One X is now released and there are some really good deals on the device with some carriers offering HTC One X Plans with relatively low plans.

The HTC One X is an excellent looking phone with a smooth polycarbonate body and huge screen with a surprisingly light weight. The device has a 4.7 inch making it the biggest smart phone device behind the Samsung Galaxy Note.

The device does have some issues with call quality. Past HTC devices I have owned have suffered from poor call quality and reception and this device looks to be no different.

The device however does make up for this in many other ways and we hope that HTC gets the credit it deserves for producing such an awesome device.


The specs of the Samsung Galaxy S3 apparently leaked

We are a mere few hours away from the announcement of a long awaited release from Samsung. The device that everyone has been has been waiting for is the Samsung Galaxy S3. It has been revealed that a supposed employee has leaked some specifications of the device.
It is rumoured to have a 1.5GHz quad core CPU with a screen measuring 4.8 inches and use Samsung’s famous Super AMOLED screen. The device is expected to feature an eight megapixel camera.