The Galaxy Note 2 is the next jumbo phone from Samsung, which has pushed to expand the smartphone category into a hybrid category many refer to as "phablet."The Note 2's screen is slightly larger than the original Galaxy Note, 5.5 inches over the 5.3 debut. It will come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the U.S.'s first 1.6 GHz quad-core processor (from Samsung's Exynos line,) and most of the whistles and bells from the Samsung Galaxy S3 flagship smartphone, plus a capacitive stylus for productivity, writing, and drawing.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 2 marks another attempt by Samsung to establish a foothold in the tablet business, While the business is dominated by Apple and iPad, Samsung has been aggressive in offering different variations of the tablet, The Tab line is seen as a lower-cost alternative to the higher-end Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, which also comes with a stylus, Newly announced today are the Samsung Galaxy Express and Galaxy Rugby Pro, The 4G LTE Galaxy Express, which Samsung is aiming at first-timers, reintroduces the Super AMOLED Plus display technology on a large, 4.5-inch screen, There's also a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, a large 2,000 mAh battery, and a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, The phone witchcraft ii iphone case will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich..
Meanwhile, the Rugby Pro is a rugged smartphone built to military specifications, allowing it to withstand water, shock, and dust. It has a 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED display and a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with 720p HD video recording capability. The phone will also include corporate e-mail support and access to a walkie-talkie-like push-to-talk feature. America's second-largest carrier is already gearing up for the holiday season with two smartphones and two tablets from Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 2 were already unveiled at earlier Samsung events.
In a research note, Misek said "we believe HP will aggressively attack the smartphone and tablet markets, which we believe are risky investments."He continued, After failing with its acquisition of Palm and subsequent goodwill and inventory write-offs totaling $3.3B, recent comments from HP management point to a retargeting of tablets and smartphones, While the move makes sense strategically, we see it as a high risk move, On top of adding costs and working capital burdens to an already stressed balance sheet, there could be additional write-offs, We note that to date almost witchcraft ii iphone case all PC OEMs have failed to gain significant traction in consumer tablets/smartphones..
Misek's point is well taken. HP's mobile plans will be risky. And no PC makers have made the mobile transition except for Lenovo, which is gaining traction in China. But the reality is that HP is a PC company facing the post-PC era. It's clear that the PC and printer businesses will be challenged for some time. However, HP has to try. Is doing nothing on the mobile front really a choice?. The short answer is that HP thinks it has to go mobile. Meg Whitman told Fox Business that it has to offer a smartphone. Other signs point to HP making a mobile move.