Yesterday we took a look at the Samsung Galaxy S III user’s digest and today we are going to go over our 5 favorite new features that can be found on our new favorite phone! 1. Notification LED Ever since I moved on from my HTC G1, I have missed its dear little notification LED. Samsung chose to go without the LED for the past 2 years but now they’ve finally...

There used to be a time when the instruction manual was a decidedly necessary part of any item being sold to consumers. The whole “real men don’t need instructions” quote doesn’t apply much anymore. I mean sure, you could figure it out but chances are you are missing out on a ton of features that are quicker learned than discovered. The Samsung...

One of my favorite features of my original Google HTC G1 was it’s notification LED. One thing I wish my Samsung Galaxy S had was a notification LED. See my problem–oh, you have this problem as well? Well here is an application I think you should take a look at. Although the Galaxy S doesn’t come with a native notification LED, developer neldar has designed...

Yesterday at their NYC announcement party, Samsung showed off its trio of Galaxy S IIs for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. At last bringing an end to all the rumors about the highly sought-after handset, the event also divulged some surprising details as well. Of the trio, Sprint surprised us with the most changes from the rumored specs, opting for a 4.5-inch display,...

We were at CTIA this past week to promote DialerAce and was excited to see the release of the Samsung Galaxy S. Developed on Android 2.1, the latest Samsung flagship device has a Super AMOLED display screen which is both 20% brighter than the regular AMOLED, and 80% less reflective. It’s also a battery saver, as the lady in the video stated: With a traditional LED...

Flash Light is a simple app that let’s you toggle on and off the LED Flashlight on your device. We’ve tested it on the Samsung Omnia II, but it should work with other Samsung Windows Mobile devices equipped with a LED flashlight. Contents: Instruction Video Demo Screenshots Application Information Downloads Instruction on Usage of Flash Light App...

Many of us are visual people, we responds to imagery and color. So when it comes to determining if your battery is getting charged or is done changing, Yellow, Red and Green will be your best friend. Yes, it's an Omnia. Using darkness to show contrast. 🙂 Yellow: Charging connection is not available. Red: The device is charging. Green: Your Omnia is healthily charged! There...