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25 Dec 12 Samsung Galaxy Note 3 And Huawei Ascend Mate Push Displays Past 6 Inches


(Photo : Samsung) The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 already sports a 5.55-inch display. Samsung and other companies are planning on making smartphones even bigger in 2013

Smartphone companies, especially those manufacturing Android phones, are all beginning to jump on the “bigger is better” bandwagon after the initial success of the original Samsung Galaxy Note proved there are customers out there who enjoy massive screens. While 2012 gave us the 5.55-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 2, 2013 will give us our first taste of 6-inch smartphones with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Huawei Ascend Mate.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to be pushing the screen size set by its predecessors the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 by utilizing a 6.3-inch display that is expected to display 1080p. No other details are known, although there is a slim chance Samsung might use flexible, unbreakable displays for the Galaxy Note 3.

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The Huawei Ascend Mate will be making its official debut at CES 2013 in January, but senior vice president of Huawei, Yu Chengdong, recently whipped out an Ascend Mate to show to a crowd at a Huawei store.

Turns out that the Ascend Mate will be coming with a 6.1-inch 1080p display with 316 pixels per inch and a 1.8GHz quad-core processor. To power that massive screen and powerful processor Huawei is sticking a 4,000mAh battery into the Ascend Mate. The phablet will also be fairly big, measuring 9.6mm thick.

While more screen space is great on the eyes, there are many consumers for whom a 6-inch smartphone is simply unwieldy and space consuming. A lot of people have pockets to house such large devices, but there are also a lot of people who don’t, and let’s hope that in their rush to offer more eye candy, tech companies don’t forget about those who still prefer a compact cell phone with a display around 4 inches.

Article source: http://www.latinospost.com/articles/8594/20121224/samsung-galaxy-note-3-huawei-ascend-mate.htm

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25 Dec 12 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 7 appears on GLBenchmark


Samsung has always been bullish about the 7-inch tablet segment and
seems like the company is now gearing up to launch Galaxy Note 7.

Earlier
this month, a model by the name GT-N5100 had surfaced in NenaMark2 and
now it has been spotted at GLBenchmark. According to grapevine this
device might be 7-inch Galaxy Note.

The benchmarks
seem to confirm that the Galaxy Note 7 will sport a 1.6GHz Exynos 4412
processor, a 1280 x 800 display resolution and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
right out of the box.

It is now a little too early to predict
whether Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be unveiled at the forthcoming CES
2013 or Mobile World Congress (MWC), or in fact any other time.

Samsung
has managed to taste success with its previous Note models. Samsung
Galaxy Note II managed to sell over 5 million units within two months
since the phablet started shipping. Currently, Samsung is also offering 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Note
800, (aka Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1) for Rs. 39,990 in India.

So
there are going to be plenty of expectations pegged around Samsung
Galaxy Note 7 when it launches and it will be interesting to see what
will be Samsung’s pricing strategy for this tablet. There are already
rumours doing the rounds that Asus and Acer may launch affordable 7-inch
tablets soon that will be available for $99. In order to compete with
them, Samsung too might have to price its forthcoming tablet on the
similar lines.

Another interesting Samsung device that might be
launched at the CES of MWC is Samsung Galaxy S IV. While the Samsung Galaxy S III was unveiled in May 2012,
there’s plenty of buzz that its successor may be unveiled a bit earlier
next year.

Article source: http://gadgets.ndtv.com/tablets/news/7-inch-samsung-galaxy-note-7-appears-on-glbenchmark-309334

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17 Dec 12 This Week In Android: Dec 10th-16th | Android.AppStorm


Android has had yet another big week with a bevy of app updates making their way onto the platform, some new device announcements thrown into the mix and interesting developments with Android’s main competitors. In our This Week in Android roundup for the past 7 days, we’ll take a quick look at all of this.
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App Updates: Yahoo!, Twitter, Instagram

A number of big apps received updates this week, notably Instagram and Twitter where the latter takes its own spin on filtered photos.

The Instagram update brings a brand new filter, the grayscale “Willow”, in addition to a number of performance enhancements and bug fixes. The iOS app did also recently receive a UI redesign but the Android update did not bring a similar changelog, although Android users can perhaps expect that refresh in the coming weeks.

The new Twitter app sporting photo filters.

In a similar update, Twitter introduced photo manipulation tools in-app, including filters for user images. The app can also do some basic editing such as cropping and auto-enhancing, but the main focus is the new filters that take photo uploading into direct competition with the aforementioned Instagram. This, obviously is a sign of heating rivalry between Twitter and Facebook, the owners of Instagram.

If you’re still one to use Yahoo! Mail, it also received an update to its Android app, refreshing its UI with a more Holo-styled design. Other major app updates from this week include the introduction of a new, adaptable design for scaling to tablets from The New York Times.

Google Updates: In-App Billing and Russian Launch

Google has been busy this week too, launching a revision of its in-app billing system. Version 3 brings an improved and simpler design, making it easier for developers to integrate into their apps, increases the system’s speed, performance and overall reliability. This is perhaps not the biggest of stories for the end-user but an important one for developers and Android’s standing as a premium app platform at large.

The Google Play store launches in Russia for movies and books.

In Russia, Google launched Google Play for books and movies. Google Play will offer over 1,000 Russian-language books and a library of international and local movie content. This comes just days after Apple announced a continued rollout of iTunes around the globe, including Russia.

Devices, Devices, Devices

As we approach the holiday season, device launches are expected to be less common — especially with CES just around the corner in January. However, there are still some hardware news of note.

Software updates to the GT-7100 and LTE GT-7105 models of the Samsung Galaxy Note II are being released with Android 4.1.2. This update brings a few notable features such as notification customisation, performance improvements to the browser and a new “Group Cast” application.

LG has had news to celebrate as we approach the end of the year too, announcing 10 million shipped units of the Optimus L series. The announcement hardly contains blockbuster numbers but is still an impressive amount for a mid-range series of handsets.

Conclusion

As we approach this holiday season, we’re rounding up a year of significant advancement for Android. Hardware news are becoming more sparse as we look forward to January and the CES announcements that it shall bring. However, software updates are still rolling strong as developers try to end the year on a high note and present their apps in tip-top condition for all the new users who’ll find Android devices under their Christmas tree.

Check back next week for another instalment of This Week in Android.

Article source: http://android.appstorm.net/general/app-news/this-week-in-android-dec-10th-16th/

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16 Dec 12 Samsung Galaxy S4 will not make an appearance at CES


The successor to the blockbuster Galaxy S III won’t be showing up anytime soon.


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Samsung)

Don’t hold your breath for Samsung to unveil the Galaxy S4 any time soon.

The successor to Samsung’s blockbuster Galaxy S3 smartphone won’t be showing up at the Consumer Electronics Show next month, CNET has learned.

At the tech confab, Samsung is planning to introduce a number of electronic products, heavily focused on televisions, according to people familiar with the company’s plans. Those announcements, however, do not include any major mobile news, and Samsung plans to showcase its mobile products at a separate media event after
CES.

Speculation about the Galaxy S4′s arrival surfaced yesterday after Samsung released a teaser video for CES. The video revealed little, but it was enough to kick off speculation and anticipation for a smartphone announcement. Samsung actually downplayed the rumor a while back, but that was largely ignored.

It wouldn’t make sense for Samsung to unveil the new version so soon, given that the Galaxy S3 continues to sell well, and the company has put its resources behind promoting the newly released
Galaxy Note 2.

Many companies are holding off until Mobile World Congress in February to make their announcements, with a number, including Samsung, opting to follow the Apple model and holding their own events.

The Galaxy S3 has proven to be a hit nearly on par with Apple’s iPhone franchise. While it doesn’t draw the crazy lines and crowds, Samsung’s products have consistently ranked among the top-selling wares at each of the carriers. Part of Samsung’s success has been its ability to get a consistent version of its Galaxy S3 phone at every carrier, allowing it to tap into the largest base of customers possible.

It’s a far cry from the first Galaxy S phone, which was heavily altered and renamed by the U.S. carriers, and looked more like generic smartphones. But persistent marketing and carrier support has helped Samsung establish a reputation for quality mobile products.

Article source: http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57558424-94/samsung-galaxy-s4-will-be-a-no-show-at-ces/

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14 Jun 12 Acer Takes on Apple With Its High-Res Iconia Tab A700 Android …


Calling a new Android tablet a potential iPad killer is a cliche. But make no mistake: Acer’s Iconia Tab A700 has its sights set on doing just that thanks to an impressive list of specifications that includes a 1920-by-1200-resolution display and 32GB of storage, and a $450 price that comes in at 25 percent below the price of a same-capacity iPad.

The Iconia Tab A700 goes on presale today, and will be shipping later this month at retail and directly from Acer; it will be available either in black or silver.

Acer was one of two Android tablet makers to introduce a high-resolution, “Full HD” 1920-by-1200-pixel display in January at CES 2012. Asus, the other manufacturer, followed up its CES announcement of a “Full HD” tablet with a renamed variant at the Mobile World Congress in February, but it has remained mum on U.S. availability. In the interim, Apple introduced its third-generation iPad with a 2048-by-1536-pixel display—264 pixels per inch—a move that effectively left Android tablets in dire need of playing catch-up.

Finally, three months later, Acer’s A700 becomes the first model to do so. The A700′s 1920-by-1200-pixel resolution doesn’t quite match the pixel depth of the iPad, but it nonetheless provides a significantly enhanced viewing experience over existing 1280-by-800-resolution tablets (the pixel density is 55 percent higher at the new resolution). The demo unit I saw had crisp, detailed text, images, and video, and the best display I’ve seen yet from Acer or any other Android tablet maker. I’m eager to get my hands on a sample of this tablet and view my own test images on it. Acer says that the 16:10 aspect-ratio display has a 178-degree viewing angle—certainly sufficient for sharing. The display itself is a 10-point touch-capacitive screen, for improved responsiveness.

Acer also significantly undercuts Apple by offering 32GB of storage built in. That’s double the capacity of the baseline Apple 16GB iPad, and Acer does this at a price that’s $50 less than that 16GB iPad, and $150 less than a 32GB iPad. Not a bad deal at all. And if you need more storage, this Acer model has a microSD card slot, for use with cards of up to 64GB. I wish this model still had the full-size SD card slot that Acer’s first-generation Iconia Tab had, simply because of the camera/tablet interoperability such a slot offers, but microSD at least provides some level of storage expansion—a critical point given that the high-resolution display means you’ll want to have more, and larger, media files stored on your tablet.

As the company’s premium tablet, Acer goes all-out with the rest of its specs. This model packs an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM, and it runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It also has a micro-USB port for charging—a welcome change from the plethora of proprietary chargers we’ve seen—and data transfers. And it has a micro-HDMI port, via which you can output video to your home theater system (with 5.1-channel Dolby Surround Sound), or use the tablet as a dual display.

The A700 has Dolby Mobile 3 and improved audio capture capabilities, too. Also present are now-standard features such as integrated GPS and e-compass, 802.11 b/g/n wireless, and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The rear-facing 5-megapixel camera lacks a flash; the front-facing 1-megapixel camera suffices for video conferencing.

The 9800-mAh battery should last up to 10.5 hours for video playback, according to Acer.

Acer bundles Polaris Office 3.5 to read and edit documents, and preinstalls Evernote and its own Acer Print app and Acer Ring navigation interface, all in the name of getting you a head start on productivity.

The one disappointment about the Acer A700 is its size and weight. It comes in at 1.47 pounds—just 0.01 pound more than the current iPad, and about 0.2 pound heavier than some of the lighter Android tablets of the same screen size. And it’s 0.06 inches thicker than the iPad. These numbers are competitive, but it would have been better still if Acer had been able to shave a bit off these dimensions to further outdo the iPad.

Next on deck in the high-resolution tablet race will be Asus; I expect the company will have some news soon, since it has previously targeted a summer release for its 1920-by-1200-resolution tablet. Less clear is when we’ll hear anything from anyone else, since Acer and Asus are the only companies that had already discussed product plans for this summer. The lack of news from Samsung on the high-res front is of particular concern, considering that Samsung has been a front-runner in innovation and sales in the Android tablet market. They’ll get there, I’m sure, but the bigger question is when—and at what price? That, apparently, only time will tell.

 

Article source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/257509/acer_takes_on_apple_with_its_highres_iconia_tab_a700_android_tablet.html

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14 Jun 12 Acer Takes on Apple With Its High-Res Iconia Tab A700 Android Tablet


Calling a new Android tablet a potential iPad killer is a cliche. But make no mistake: Acer’s Iconia Tab A700 has its sights set on doing just that thanks to an impressive list of specifications that includes a 1920-by-1200-resolution display and 32GB of storage, and a $450 price that comes in at 25 percent below the price of a same-capacity iPad.

The Iconia Tab A700 goes on presale today, and will be shipping later this month at retail and directly from Acer; it will be available either in black or silver.

Acer was one of two Android tablet makers to introduce a high-resolution, “Full HD” 1920-by-1200-pixel display in January at CES 2012. Asus, the other manufacturer, followed up its CES announcement of a “Full HD” tablet with a renamed variant at the Mobile World Congress in February, but it has remained mum on U.S. availability. In the interim, Apple introduced its third-generation iPad with a 2048-by-1536-pixel display—264 pixels per inch—a move that effectively left Android tablets in dire need of playing catch-up.

Finally, three months later, Acer’s A700 becomes the first model to do so. The A700′s 1920-by-1200-pixel resolution doesn’t quite match the pixel depth of the iPad, but it nonetheless provides a significantly enhanced viewing experience over existing 1280-by-800-resolution tablets (the pixel density is 55 percent higher at the new resolution). The demo unit I saw had crisp, detailed text, images, and video, and the best display I’ve seen yet from Acer or any other Android tablet maker. I’m eager to get my hands on a sample of this tablet and view my own test images on it. Acer says that the 16:10 aspect-ratio display has a 178-degree viewing angle—certainly sufficient for sharing. The display itself is a 10-point touch-capacitive screen, for improved responsiveness.

Acer also significantly undercuts Apple by offering 32GB of storage built in. That’s double the capacity of the baseline Apple 16GB iPad, and Acer does this at a price that’s $50 less than that 16GB iPad, and $150 less than a 32GB iPad. Not a bad deal at all. And if you need more storage, this Acer model has a microSD card slot, for use with cards of up to 64GB. I wish this model still had the full-size SD card slot that Acer’s first-generation Iconia Tab had, simply because of the camera/tablet interoperability such a slot offers, but microSD at least provides some level of storage expansion—a critical point given that the high-resolution display means you’ll want to have more, and larger, media files stored on your tablet.

As the company’s premium tablet, Acer goes all-out with the rest of its specs. This model packs an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM, and it runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It also has a micro-USB port for charging—a welcome change from the plethora of proprietary chargers we’ve seen—and data transfers. And it has a micro-HDMI port, via which you can output video to your home theater system (with 5.1-channel Dolby Surround Sound), or use the tablet as a dual display.

The A700 has Dolby Mobile 3 and improved audio capture capabilities, too. Also present are now-standard features such as integrated GPS and e-compass, 802.11 b/g/n wireless, and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The rear-facing 5-megapixel camera lacks a flash; the front-facing 1-megapixel camera suffices for video conferencing.

The 9800-mAh battery should last up to 10.5 hours for video playback, according to Acer.

Acer bundles Polaris Office 3.5 to read and edit documents, and preinstalls Evernote and its own Acer Print app and Acer Ring navigation interface, all in the name of getting you a head start on productivity.

The one disappointment about the Acer A700 is its size and weight. It comes in at 1.47 pounds—just 0.01 pound more than the current iPad, and about 0.2 pound heavier than some of the lighter Android tablets of the same screen size. And it’s 0.06 inches thicker than the iPad. These numbers are competitive, but it would have been better still if Acer had been able to shave a bit off these dimensions to further outdo the iPad.

Next on deck in the high-resolution tablet race will be Asus; I expect the company will have some news soon, since it has previously targeted a summer release for its 1920-by-1200-resolution tablet. Less clear is when we’ll hear anything from anyone else, since Acer and Asus are the only companies that had already discussed product plans for this summer. The lack of news from Samsung on the high-res front is of particular concern, considering that Samsung has been a front-runner in innovation and sales in the Android tablet market. They’ll get there, I’m sure, but the bigger question is when—and at what price? That, apparently, only time will tell.

 

Article source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/257509/acer_takes_on_apple_with_its_highres_iconia_tab_a700_android_tablet.html

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13 Jun 12 Acer Takes on Apple With High-Res Iconia Tab A700 Android Tablet


Calling a new Android tablet a potential iPad killer is a cliche. But make no mistake: Acer’s Iconia Tab A700 has its sights set on doing just that thanks to an impressive set of specs that includes a 1920 by 1200 resolution display and 32GB of storage; and a $450 price that comes in at 25 percent under the price of a same-capacity iPad.

The Iconia Tab A700 goes on pre-sale today, and will be shipping later this month at retail and directly via Acer in black or silver.

Acer was one of two Android tablet makers to introduce a high-resolution, “Full HD” 1920 by 1200 pixel display earlier this year at CES 2012. Asus, the other manufacturer to do so, followed up its CES announce with a renamed variant at Mobile World Congress; but it has remained mum on U.S. availability. In the interim, Apple introduced its third-generation iPad with a 2048 by 1536 pixel, 264 pixels per inch display, a move that effectively left Android tablets in dire need of playing catch up.

Finally, three months later, Acer’s A700 becomes the first model to do so. The A700′s 1920 by 1200 resolution doesn’t quite match the pixel depth of iPad, but it nonetheless provides a significantly enhanced viewing experience over existing 1280 by 800 resolution tablets (the pixel density is 55 percent higher at the new resolution). The demo unit I saw had crisp, detailed text, images and video, and the best display I’ve seen yet from Acer or any other Android tablet maker. I’m eager to get my hands on a tablet and view my own test images on it. Acer says that the 16:10 aspect ratio display has a 178 degree viewing angle, which makes it good for sharing. The display itself is a 10-point touch capacitive screen, for improved responsiveness.

Acer also significantly undercuts Apple by offering 32GB of storage built in. That’s double the capacity of the baseline Apple 16GB iPad, and Acer does this at a price that’s $50 less than that 16GB iPad, and $150 less than a 32GB iPad. Not a bad deal at all. And if you need more storage, this Acer model has a microSD card slot, for use with cards of up to 64GB. I wish this model still had the full-size SD card slot of Acer’s first-generation Iconia Tab, simply because of the interoperability between camera and tablet, but microSD at least provides some level of storage expansion—a critical point given that the high-resolution display means you’ll want to have more, and larger, media files stored on your tablet.

As the company’s premium tablet, Acer goes all-out with the rest of its specs. This model packs an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It also has micro-USB port for charging—a welcome change from the plethora of proprietary chargers we’ve seen—and data transfers. And it has a micro-HDMI port, via which you can output video to your home theater system (including 5.1-channel Dolby Surround Sound), or use the tablet as a dual display.

The A700 has Dolby Mobile 3, and improved audio capture capabilities, too. Also present are now-standard features such as integrated GPS and e-compass, 802.11 b/g/n wireless, and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The rear-facing 5-megapixel camera lacks a flash; the front-facing 1-megapixel camera suffices for video conferencing.

The 9800 mAh battery should be last up to 10.5 hours for video playback, according to Acer.

Acer bundles Polaris Office 3.5 to read and edit documents, and preinstalls Evernote and its own Acer Print app and Acer Ring navigation interface, all in the name of getting you a headstart on productivity.

The one disappointment about the Acer A700 is its size and weight. It comes in at 1.47 pounds—just 0.01 more than the current iPad, and about 0.2 pounds heavier than some of the lighter Android tablets of the same screen size. And it’s 0.06 inches thicker than the iPad. These numbers are competitive, but it would have been better still if Acer had been able to shave a bit off of these specs to further outdo the iPad.

Next on deck in the high-resolution tablet race will be Asus; I expect the company will have some news soon, since it has previously targeted a summer release for its 1920 by 1200 tablet. Less clear is when we’ll hear anything from anyone else, since Acer and Asus are the only companies that had already discussed product plans for this summer. The lack of news from Samsung on the high-res front is of particular concern, considering that Samsung has been a front-runner in innovation and sales in the Android tablet market. They’ll get there, I’m sure, but the bigger question is when—and at what price? That, apparently, only time will tell.

 

Article source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/257509/acer_takes_on_apple_with_highres_iconia_tab_a700_android_tablet.html

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28 May 12 MeeGo and Chrome now an option for Netbooks


Back at CES 2012 Asus revealed the ME370T, a $249 Tegra 3 7-inch tablet and today, almost six months later, it…

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17 Apr 12 Samsung brings Android 4.0 to unlocked Galaxy S II models


Samsung Galaxy S II handsets not tied to a specific carrier no longer have to wait for their Android 4.0 upgrade. According to a tweet from Samsung’s UK Twitter account, unlocked Galaxy S II phones can now download and install the software, known as Ice Cream Sandwich. Orange and T-Mobile customers with a Galaxy S II in Europe remain on Android 2.3, but Samsung says these will “follow as soon as possible.”

SlashGear caught the tweet and notes that the Android 4.0 upgrade can be found through Samsung’s Kies software. Here in the U.S., carriers typically push the software over the air after they’ve tested and tweaked the platform. For that reason some people purchase unlocked handsets, with the reasonable thought that these would be among the first to see updates. Unfortunately, with the Galaxy S II that hasn’t been the case as some carrier models already received Android 4.0.

Along with the updated Google Android software, Samsung has added a Face Unlock feature; similar to that found on stock Android 4.0 devices, such as the Galaxy Nexus. Also included is Samsung’s latest TouchWiz user interface to correspond with Google’s own software updates. It appears that Samsung is pushing the updates out ahead of a May 3 product launch event; likely to be the Galaxy S III.

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16 Apr 12 Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus Available For Pre-Order


Sprint customers the wait is over: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be available on Sprint for $199 starting on April 22nd. The Sprint version of the Galaxy Nexus ships with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and will be compatible with Sprint’s LTE network. Like the Samsung Nexus S, the Sprint Galaxy Nexus will officially support Google’s mobile payment system, Google Wallet.

I got a hands-on with the Sprint Galaxy Nexus at CES, and found it to be nearly identical the Verizon version. The phone features a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 4.63-inch 720p display. Since it’s a Nexus phone, Google will be the one issuing updates–meaning that your Galaxy Nexus will always have the latest version of Android running on it.

If you’re interested in the Galaxy Nexus and want to make sure you get one on the day it’s released, you can pre-order the phone through Sprint’s website. Pre-ordering today gives you the chance to get the Galaxy Nexus two days early, meaning you can flaunt it to those friends who waited on getting their orders in. As an added bonus, Sprint is offering an extra $40 in credit to anyone that activates the Google Wallet service on their phone within a week of receiving their Galaxy Nexus.

So if you’ve been itching to get your hands on the phone we rated best Android phone and best smartphone overall, get in line and place your order now.

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