Whether it is delayed because of manufacturing or because of wanting to directly compete with iPhone 5, the launch of the Galaxy S3 will be huge. You can bet that it will hurt the iPhone 5′s own launch.
Is Samsung going to put in a Dual-core Exynos processor or a Quad-core Exynos processor? Many of us are hoping for a quad-core, we always want more power right? I think the more important issue is which one works better with the battery? As long as the phone runs fast like the Samsung Galaxy S2 Epic 4G Touch on Sprint does, I am happy with dual-core as long as the battery is adequate to last the entire day.
The iPhone 5 is rumored to be released July, maybe that’s the reason Samsung is waiting? Read more here.]]>
One of the reasons that the BlackBerry PlayBook launched without native email is that RIM has had to rewrite its BES code in order for it to support the new operating system, and this has proven to be extremely difficult. We have been told that RIM is working on a QNX-specific BlackBerry Enterprise Server, but that the first QNX smartphone will launch without support for current BES versions. The kicker? If companies want to use Microsoft Exchange email on the device, they will actually have to use Microsoft ActiveSync, which the phone will support out of the box.
RIM is currently aiming to release the BlackBerry Colt some time in the first quarter of 2012, obviously depending on how internal testing goes. We’re told that the Software Verification team inside of RIM is already well into the testing process with this device, so our fingers are crossed for a timely release.
Check out the pic of this device over at BGR… from the looks of it, the screen resolution will be pretty sharp. Maybe even more then 640×480, the Bold 9900′s resolution. Read more about QNX and BlackBerry here.