Editor’s Pick That, coupled with news that Samsung is announcing its first-ever developer conference this morning, is fueling speculation that the Korean company will be launching Tizen, its first Tizen smartphone, and perhaps even the long-rumored S Cloud in late October, all together.
While it will be difficult for Android phones to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One for the next months, Sprint is trying with the Vital — an Android phone with killer specs like a 5-inch 720p display and 13-megapixel back camera that costs $100 with a 2-year-contract.
In other words, the giant that sold almost 400 million phones last year is getting bigger. And faster.
The device will compete with other game controllers such as Moga, Green Throttle Games, and Nvidia’s Project Shield.
After a year of planning, Green Throttle Games is releasing its Arena gaming system on the Amazon Kindle Fire, and that’s cause enough for Microsoft and Sony to start worrying.
Samsung Apps hopes to attract a wide variety games by offering better financial terms to small developers.