With Samsung Striking First, Will The iPhone 5 Deliver?
Samsung will take the first strike by doing an early debut of the Samsung Galaxy S3, the most anticipated Android smart phone this year. Unlike the iPhone 5’s announcement date is unknown; the Samsung Galaxy S3’s debut date will be today - May 3 – at the Samsung’s Unpacked event which will be held in London. The Galaxy S3 will feature the powerful 1.4 GHz Exynos 4 quad chip, but there will also be a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon which may hit the United States.
Despite the lack of confirmation of other features, the S3 will definitely be a powerhouse. So the question now is – can the iPhone 5 strike back and deliver …………….. read more: http://www.mobilenapps.com/articles/
The iPhone 5 To Integrate Liquidmetal?
If you’ve been following rumors on the Apple iPhone 5, then you may probably be surprised about this new development that Apple may integrate some new materials into the new smart phone. The name of a French designer comes up into mind – Antoine Brieux is rumored to develop the Liquidmetal design that Apple may use. Brieux has created a sleek concept for the possible new iPhone which will be known as the iPhone Liquidmetal.
The device is rumored to have a 4.5 inch display and a virtual home button, which will be completely different from the first five iPhones. The concept is stunning, but are still rumors ……………….. read more: http://www.itproportal.com/
The Liquidmetal iPhone – Years Away from Integration?
Going back on the rumor for the Liquidmetal for the iPhone, the inventor of the Liquidmetal himself Dr. Atakan Peker stated that the technology is still years away from being deployed in something major – such as the iPhone. The technology has not yet been perfected and matured in terms of the application development and manufacturing process. Because this is a very different and new metal technology, it will continue to undergo more tests and research before finally being released in the market.
These claims drown the rumor that Apple might be implementing this technology on the sixth installment of the iPhone which will be released late this year …………….. read more: http://blogs.computerworld.com/