CES: Samsung Details 2011 Plans [VIDEO]

Samsung has released a video from their CES 2011 announcements with Omar Khan (Chief Strategy Officer) talking about Samsung Mobile USA’s plans for the coming year. Among the notable details are a new partner ship with CBS (Survivor, CSI, NCIS, etc) for their Media Hub as well as a direct carrier billing deal with T-Mobile for Media Hub content.  As we have been expecting for a while now, the company is releasing a WiFi-only version of their Galaxy Tab as well as 4-inch Galaxy Player.  There’s also talk here of the Nexus S and a brief mention of the new Infuse 4G from AT&T.

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3 Comments

  1. djjeesh
    January 10, 18:45 Reply

    Hope their 2011 plans include updating galaxy s handsets in the us to 2.2

    • jdog
      January 10, 19:08 Reply

      If you buy a Galaxy S2 then you get 2.3, LOL That is the way Samsung planned it, they stalled this long why not a few more months.

  2. Pax
    January 10, 21:55 Reply

    Samsung SUCKS….Period….

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