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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.
The Samsung Mesmerize has launched on U.S. Cellular today. The phone is available at both stores and online for the price of $199.99 on a two-year contract after an $80
Samsung wants Android developers to start writing for their new Galaxy Tab so they are making things easier. To help create the best user experience for games and applications, Samsung has set up a new developer forum.
SamsungMobile USA has just thrown a pair of new videos online to help promote AT&T’s Galaxy S series Captivate. Each is just over a minute long and show real world
Lately I have been feeling like a Pointer Sister from the ’80’s, humming “I’m So Excited” like a fiend as we draw closer and closer to a release date for
Wow! Samsung, what are you guys up to? Take a look at that picture and you will see what appears to be a massive Samsung Galaxy S. The image made
Engadget is reporting that the handset pictured to the left is the new Samsung Acclaim that US Cellular has recently scored exclusive rights to. Their confidence that this is the
Korean site Etnews (translated) is reporting that Samsung has a 7-inch SuperAMOLED tablet in the works. Due in late July/early August, the “S-pad” will be supported by SK Telecom and
There is another sign today that Android continues to pick up steam in the smartphone industry. Reuters is reporting that Samsung plans to put Android on 50% of it’s smartphones
Sunday was the rumor.Â Monday morning was the announcement.Â Monday afternoon were the first images.Â Today, we’ve got the first video.Â The more we look at this phone, the more
Seoul (Korea Newswire) April 27, 2009 05:08 PM â€” Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a leading mobile phone provider, today unveiled the I7500, its first Android-powered mobile phone. With a launch
In terms of first Android handsets, when HTC says “second half of the year” they mean October.Â When Samsung says it, they mean June.Â Almost. The South Korean handset maker
It doesn’t get much grainier – or intriguing.Â Folks are getting antsy to see what Samsung and other members of the Open Handset Alliance have up their sleeves in terms