When it rains, it pours. Samsung is yet again planning to introduce a new entry-level Android Smartphone-the Galaxy Star GT S5282. Based on reports, it will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and will feature a 3-inch QVGA display, will have Bluetooth support, micro USB, Wi-Fi, 2MP camera, a 4GB internal memory with microSD card support.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Fame will have two different versions, one with near-field communication capability (NFC) and one without NFC. This feature allows a device to support transactions and interactions done in proximity, without having to connect the device directly to another. This will be useful for quick data exchange.
No photos or word yet about the Star's design and it will probably be announced at the Mobile World Congress 2013 or earlier, who knows? This is only one of Samsung's long list of gadgets to be introduced this year.
Samsung announces two new affordable smartphones on a press release that will feature 4.1 Jelly Bean firmware: the Galaxy Star and the Pocket Neo. It can be recalled that the company has already showcased these two entry-level gadgets in Africa. There is no news as to the exact prices of each but these will surely cater to the low-end market. It is not clear when these will be available either.
The Pocket Neo comes with an 850 MWz processor, 512 MB RAM, expandable memory, 3-inch display and can support two SIMs, GPS and a 2MP rear camera. On the other hand, the Galaxy Star have almost the same features but it will come with a faster processor that clocks in at 1GHz.
Although Samsung has plenty of devices to announce this year, the most anticipated after the S 4 launch is the Galaxy Note 3 and possibly the S 4 Mini, which will all be unveiled hopefully sooner than later.
After teasing a hooded character with a lightsaber in a GIF on Tumblr last week, Rovio Entertainment unmasked the mystery figure Monday in a promo video for Angry Birds Star Wars.
In Angry Birds Star Wars, a totally new edition with the game out Nov. 8 for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Mac, PC, Windows Phone and Windows 8, the birds and pigs alike will take on the personalities of characters from your Star Wars saga.
See video below and also check out https://angrybirds.com/starwars
Rovio Entertainment and LucasFilm join forces again to bring you Angry Birds Star Wars II, a sequel to the the blockbuster game of 2012! https://angrybirds.com/starwars2
The game will feature over 30 playable characters, as well as the ability to choose your side and more! For the time being be sure to keep an eye out for the Return of the Jedi story, which will feature in the original Angry Birds Star Wars.
Angry Birds Star Wars II will be available across app stores worldwide, starting from September 19.
A few hours ago Rovio released the Angry Birds Star Wars II into the Android's Play Store, Apple's AppStore and Windows Phone Store. Angry Birds Star Wars II covers the era of the The exorcist prequel trilogy (Episode I, II and III), therefore the nostalgic fever we felt in the first game is now gone.
In Angry Birds The Star Wars II you are able to play either around the Birds side of join the Pork side. The game mechanics are kept pretty much the same as in the first game, though Rovio features some new elements like the real-life Telepods. These are real toys made by Hasbro, which once purchased in real life, are available always that you should throw in the sport.
You don't have to buy those toys in order to play with their characters, of course. You can unlock them hanging around with earned (or bought) tokens and you can use them a limited number of times. You may also opt to buy a character permanent use option in-game, however it will cost you a great deal.
Anyway, if you're a regular gamer who loves to play Angry Birds occasionally, then you don't have to buy anything except the sport itself. So if you're on Android, you can download it here.
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