March 22, 2014 By: Will Verduzco
There comes a time in every popular flagship device’s life when it grows up, finds an attractive carrier, and it makes many carrier-branded babies… Oh wait, I’m sorry. This is XDA-Developers, not Animal Planet. In any case, the story’s essentially the same, but with a few minor modifications.
Samsung recently unveiled its next generation flagship at Unpacked 5 in Barcelona just under one month ago. And even though the Samsung Galaxy S 5 has thus far seen mixed sentiment from consumers, the as yet unreleased device earned a well deserved place in our forums.
The LG G2, on the other hand, was released unto the world in the middle of last year. The powerhouse of a device features many of the same specifications as the highly praised Nexus 5, but with a few added perks such as a slightly larger display and strangely placed buttons that are generally a love-it-or-hate-it affair.
Now, we’ve gone ahead and created forums for the US carrier-branded variants of both devices. If you’re looking to purchase a US carrier version of either of these devices, head over to the links below to get in on the action!
Galaxy S 5:
The Samsung Galaxy S 5 has just been officially announced at Samsung’s Unpacked 5 event in Barcelona. And as expected from the latest iteration of Samsung’s flagship, it packs quite a healthy dose of high end specifications and mobile “firsts.” Is Samsung’s “Next Big Thing” for you? Read past the break to learn more.
February 24, 2014 By: Will Verduzco
We’ve all known that this was coming for quite some time, and now it’s finally here. The latest iteration of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S, the Galaxy S 5, is about to be officially announced at Samsung’s Unpacked 5 event in Barcelona. Now thanks to the joys of the Internet, you can watch live from the comfort of your home as Samsung unveils its “Next Big Thing.” Head past the break for the live stream. READ ON »
February 21, 2014 By: Will Verduzco
It’s so close, you can almost smell it. “TheNextGALAXY” is set to be announced on Monday at Samsung’s Unpacked 5 event in Barcelona. And while the “next Galaxy” could come as an entirely new Galaxy-branded line, we think that it’s fairly safe to assume that this is for the Samsung Galaxy S 5.