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I consider Samsung to be one of the pioneers of this generation of smart/web TV's. They weren't running Google TV when I last saw them, but the sets were amazing nonetheless. Bringing about some really neat add-ons, like a camera so you could Skype with friends and Family. It didn't seem like there was a bunch of room for expansion or further development though, which is what Android seems to have mastered. So it seems only logical that Samsung would take the success we have enjoyed from the Galaxy S line to their consumer electronics devices
There is no doubting that the best screens on an Android phone right now belong to the Samsung Galaxy S line. Anyone who has heard Samsung talk about their screens, it's almost like a mantra for them to talk about how the blacks are blacker, the colors are brighter, and it offers one of the best overall viewing experiences in direct sunlight. I have been fortunate enough to spend some quality time with all four Galaxy S devices, most recently the Epic 4G. To be honest, something about the experience felt a little off. Something about the icons, the way straight lines were drawn, or the way simple gradients showed up on the display was not the same as the other three Galaxy S phones. This lead me to ask this big question, and start up some serious research.
Samsung released the open source code of their Galaxy Tab OS to any and all interested parties to grab.
Verizon's latest commercial hit YouTube last night and should be making the rounds on a television set near you. If you haven't seen it yet, it's basically a Galaxy lovefest as the ad shows off the Galaxy Tab and Samsung Continumm.
BOOM! You didn't think Samsung was gonna ride that Galaxy S train forever, did you? Looking beyond the Nexus S (yes, already), we have Samsung's next big thing in our cross hairs.
Another day, another Nexus article. First it was the "Nexus Two", and now it's the "Nexus S". According to the guys over at Phandroid,...
Is Samsung already working on a Tab 2, well of course they are. The truth is these things aren't made over night, they take...
Consider this more of a courtesy reminder, but T-Mobile is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet runs $399 with a two-year service agreement, $599 if you chose to buy it outright.
Could someone please fix Samsungs roof? They've been leaking so much about the new Samsung Continuum, that there weren't actually many surprises at the announcement tonight. Well, there were a few of them.
Last night Samsung unveiled their next Galaxy S phone, the Samsung Continuum. The handset offers many exclusive features that have the potential to offer some really new features to anyone who would want this kind of phone. Unfortunately I think that list is getting smaller and smaller, given Samsung's decision to not include developers in the mix.
Samsung and Verizon officially announced the latest in the Galaxy S series of phones yesterday with the new, exclusive Continuum. The dual-screen device packs much of the same heft as Verizon's other Galaxy S handset (Fascinate) with its 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 5-megapixel camera, and 8GB microSD card.
Samsung just took to twitter to announce the dual-screen Continuum handset ahead of their press event scheduled for later this evening. We're only a few hours away from the official debut of the phone, but we know it's landing on Verizon on November 11th.
We love it when people post some files to the internet early, as is the case with the Galaxy S Froyo source. The employees over Verizon continue the trend, posting a somewhat early guide of the Samsung Continuum.
I would really love to know what it was that caused Samsung to wake up. Let's face it, their first couple of Android phones...
The Samsung Galaxy S has been a wildly popular phone, gaining a spot on all four major carriers in the United States. But what...