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Samsung has announced the launch of a new smart phone – Samsung Galaxy Chat

Samsung has recently announced the launch of a new smart phone with the name of Samsung Galaxy Chat which is specifically aimed at those users who love to indulge in text messaging and chatting at social networking websites. As per the initial information about this device, it would be powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Besides, its general physical structure would be quite similar to the classic Blackberry phones, featuring the same QWERTY keyword along with a 3 inch display above it.   The key difference between this phone and the classic Blackberry devices is that it would have a dedicated ...

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Samsung would soon launch its Windows 8 based phone named Samsung SGH-i687

Various tech giants are gearing up to launch their Windows Phone 8 based devices in the market later this year. Although the center of attention among such smart phones happens to be Nokia devices, there are other companies who would also be launching their Windows 8 devices. During the second quarter of 2012, the penetration of Windows 8 based smart phones in the US market has increased to some extent, although still the overall percentage hasn’t exceeded 1.3 percent. In this, Nokia phones constitute a mere 0.3 percent while the combined percentage of HTC and Samsung phones happens to be ...

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Samsung Galaxy S3 is available only in two colors: Pebble Blue and Marble White

Good news for AT&T consumers is that the famed Samsung Galaxy S3 would go on sale starting from 6th of July. However, the website of the carrier only displays two versions of the device in blue and while colors, while the red color, that was previously promised, is missing as yet. Previously, AT&T had announced on June 4 that Galaxy S3 would be available from the carrier. The exact release date, however, was not announced before July 2.   Samsung is still having tough time in fulfilling the immense number of pre-orders for the device, even though the company says that it ...

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Samsung Galaxy S3 is among the elite devices in the market

Samsung Galaxy S3 seems to be the latest favorite of mobile carriers and everyone seems to be in competition with others when it comes to attractive offers and competitive price. At T-Mobile, Galaxy S3 is available for $279, although you need to pay just $229 if you sign up for Equipment Installment Plan of T-Mobile.   There is a slight difference in the physical structure of the international version of Galaxy S3 and the one available from T-Mobile. On the back side of the device, we find an LED flash and a small silver speaker just above the gray T-Mobile logo. In ...

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Samsung could not fulfill the demands for Galaxy S3

Samsung Galaxy S3 is certainly one of the most highly demand smart phones in history and the demand has risen to such an extent that Samsung is unable to fulfill it at the moment. Due to this inability to keep up with the huge demand, Samsung has lost about 2 million sales this month. It is also predicated the sales figure would reach to as much as 10 million within two months. Other than cutting edge features of the device an active campaigning from Samsung, the absence of Apple’s latest iPhone has also played its role in this popularity of ...

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Google announced its 7 inch version of Google Nexus tablet

Google had finally put an end to constant rumors and speculations by announcing its 7 inch version of Google Nexus tablet during Google I/O. This tablet would mark Google’s official entry in the domain of tablets. The 7 inch form factor of the tablet brings it in direct competition with other popular 7 inch tablets, particularly Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble tablet. Although the tablet would not directly rival iPad, it can certainly give it a tough time. Google actually made a very wise decision by preferring a 7 inch tablet, which would mean that it won’t be ...

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Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most highly demanded handset in the history of smart phones

Although Samsung has officially launched Galaxy S3 on the promised date of June 21 in the US, many users have been facing long delays to the huge number of pre-orders. 9 million pre-orders for Galaxy S3 made it the most highly pre-ordered device in history and due to such a huge number of pre-orders, retailers are facing problems. Under contract with AT&T, many customers have received their receipts but the company has announced that delays could be expected due to supply problems. Although AT&T has not officially announced when the device would hit the stores, but rumors have fixed 28th ...

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Five features you will only find on Samsung Galaxy S3

Samsung recently launched its most important device of the year, Samsung Galaxy S3 where five things in the device were particularly the focus of its marketing campaign, even though there are a variety of other features in this device that can be considered pretty unique. Previous version of the device, Galaxy S2, was also an immense success and similar predictions are being made about this version.   The chief marketing officer of Samsung, Todd Pendleton and chief product officer Kevin Packingham mainly talked about the five features of the phone that distinguish it in the saturated market of smart phones. The first ...

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Galaxy Nexus would be the first device running Android 4.1 Jelly Beans

Google is all set to release the next version of Android operating system with the name of Android 4.1 Jelly Beans. Although so far it is not confirmed which device would be the first one to run this OS, it appears that Google is planning unlocked Galaxy Nexus for this purpose. This was located on a small Google Play product listing where it was identified that unlocked Galaxy Nexus would be the first device running Android 4.1 Jelly Beans.   However, the text does not specifically identity Galaxy Nexus to be the very first device having this honor, so there are other ...

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Samsung introduced TecTiles which happens to be programmable NFC tags

Samsung recently introduced TecTiles which happens to be programmable NFC tags that can be used to automate actions on NFC-enabled Android devices. Samsung intends to increase the user interest in NFC with this move. Samsung plans on selling these tags in packs of five, which would be sold online as well as via major carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Price per tag would be $15. The Android app that would be used to program the TecTiles would be available from Google Play for free. According to the president of Samsung Telecommunications America, Dale Sohn, Samsung intends to expand ...

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