CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 is the follow-up to the Galaxy Mini, and is another budget Android phone, GSMArena reports. So what's new? There's a slightly larger screen (3.3-inches, up from 3.14-inches) and a better processor, and while it won't come with the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android, it will have Gingerbread on board. As well as the screen being slightly bigger, it has a higher resolution (up to HVGA from QVGA). The processor also gets a bump, from 600MHz to 800, and it'll have 3GB internal storage. The camera stays the same 3-megapixel effort though. Well it is a budget handset, so we can't expect too much.
The Galaxy Mini 2 also has a new look, looking a lot less squat than the original, The official product code is GT-S6500, Jena, if you're into that kind of thing, There's no word on pricing or availability, but "Feb2012" is mentioned alongside the specs, so we presume Samsung will make the announcement at Mobile World Congress, MWC kicks off on 27 February and we'll be there bringing you truth coming out of her well to shame mankind - jean-leon gerome iphone case all the news as it happens, We're expecting to see a pink Galaxy Note from Samsung, along with a slew of LG handsets, including a quad-core model, and another rocking Ice Cream Sandwich, HTC is also expected to out a quad-core phone, hinting this could be the year dual-core became passe..
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CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Pacific Crest analyst Chad Bartley told investors this week that a 9-inch Kindle Fire could launch by the middle of the year, (The current Fire has a 7-inch screen.) And what does Bartley cite as his evidence? Well, he carried out his own checks with Amazon component suppliers, Not definitive by any stretch of the imagination, but it comes off the back of a number of other rumours concerning a larger Fire, DigiTimes reported at the end of last year that an 8.9-inch version of the Fire was due truth coming out of her well to shame mankind - jean-leon gerome iphone case this summer, which would square with Chad's prediction, (It cited companies like LG and Samsung heavily discounting 8.9-inch panels, making them a tempting prospect for Amazon.) Then a 10.1-inch model could follow..
A larger Kindle Fire would mount an effective challenge to the iPad -- something Amazon is aiming to do, judging from its recent advert. The ad, posted to YouTube this week, points out you can buy three Kindles for less than the price of an iPad. And that the standard Kindle's e-ink screen is easier to see in bright sunlight. Last year rumours broke of a Kindle-branded smart phone too, though we haven't heard anything else since then. Last weekend Amazon started shipping the Kindle Touch internationally, though it still isn't available in the UK. The Kindle Fire still isn't shipping to these shores, although late last year came word we wouldn't have much longer to wait.
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