Samsung has really done in two to create an Android smartphone on the market than dual. The new SCH-W999 is the first smartphone in the world with dual core, dual SIM and dual screen.
In fact, this phone features a 1.2 Ghz dual core processor that provides high performance in view of Android, for web browsing and applications, plus it has a dual 3.5-inch super AMOLED display with a resolution 480×800. These displays are next to each other so that we can see whether we look at the display the mobile phone front and back. Being a clamshell phone we can close it by obscuring the physical keyboard and still have a touch screen display at our disposal, or otherwise open the clamshell phone and have the physical keyboard and another touchscreen support.
The novelty of this smartphone does not end there: it has also a dual SIM slot then able to receive calls from two different operators simultaneously. Continue reading →
News from Comscore that offers quarterly ranking with the spread of smartphone operating systems in the USA. Data comparing the end of June to September 2011 and portrayed a situation really complicated.
Windows Phone is making progress but has not yet managed to take off in the stopping at 5.6% of the market. Symbian is now near clinical death and RIM continues to see the ground crumble under the feet with a loss of 4.6%.
Guess who is increased by 4.6 percentage points? Yes, Android is the only OS that is growing and increasingly closer to 50% of the market.
In October, however, have come iPhone 4S and Nokia Lumia, models that could bring about Apple and Microsoft, expecting for the year-end charts to find out.