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iPhone 4S Tops Carrier Sales, Followed Closely By Galaxy SII

According to an Investment firm, Canaccord Genuity, iPhone 4S was the bestselling smartphone last month at all the three of its U.S. carriers, followed closely by Samsung Galaxy S II. Last month, market share and sales figures in U.S. saw more growth with iPhone 4S (all the three models) than the Samsung Galaxy S II,

Larger iPhone 5 ‘Coming In March’

A larger screen size for iPhone would put it in line with most of the best Google Android phones. If the screen size goes up by 0.5 inches and becomes 4 inches, people would start comparing it with some of the best devices of Samsung and Motorola, Galaxy sII and Razr. In relation to iPhone

iPhone 4S Is More Cheaper Than 4G Droids

On Friday, the Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore writes to clients, “We expect customers who do the math to opt for the iPhone.” He further adds that even the customers who don’t do the math will opt for it. These words from Whitmore are based on the analysis of price, features and total cost of ownership

Reasons Why Android Should Fear iPhone 5

Apple’s projection of selling 25 million iPhones show the kind of faith its management has on iPhone 5. iPhone 5 is the most anticipated and awaited samartphone in not only U.S. but almost all over the world. Its release is just around the corner, many say that it will come out in October this year

Samsung Galaxy S II LTE Hits With 1.5GHz To Fight iPhone 5

The new Galaxy S II LTE has fresh design with a larger 4.5-inch screen and an even faster dual-core 1.5GHz Exynos processor to keep its nose ahead in terms of performance than any of its competitors. It also has NFC wireless and a larger 1,850mAh battery (up from 1,650mAh). Samsung is yet to give out

Samsung Sues Apple Over iPad, iPhone-related Patents

On Tursday, the war of words was escalated by Samsung against Apple with a formal lawsuit. The Delaware complaint followed just days after an ITC dispute and alleged that the iPad, iPhone, and iPod were copying “many of Samsung’s innovations.” The Korean company has already sued Apple outside of the US but principally avoided the