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Samsung will showcase the full HD displays during CES 2013

A new report says that Samsung is planning to debut full HD screen which would be used in smart phones displayed during CES 2013. So far it is not clear whether this full HD screen would be used on the next model of Samsung Galaxy phone or some other phone. Full HD displays are certainly among the most coveted and must have features for smart phones during 2013. However, these screens would be large enough to be utilized on the devices which would be included in the phone and tablet hybrid category. The report was released by a Korean newspaper according ...

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Samsung recently announced a new offer for the users of its old smart phones

Samsung recently announced a new offer for the users of its old smart phones. As per this offer, which was announced on Samsung's Facebook page, users would be able to have a new Samsung smart phone and get up to $300 for the old phone. The upgrade process is quite simple and is pretty much similar to other Internet trade-in programs. Users, after getting the quote, would purchase a new Samsung phone and mail the old phone within 30 days. The check would be mailed to them after refund. Old devices that Samsung would receive would be recycled.  The salvageable parts ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note review

Galaxy Note is among the most popular devices that Samsung has released during the last couple of years. When the device was announced by Samsung, various tech analysts had serious reservations about the success of the device, considering the unusual size of the device which many considered uncomfortable for users. However, Galaxy Note proved to be a market success and after several months of its release, is still selling well.   Galaxy Note is a 4G enabled smart phone with a powerful processor and a 5.3 inch high resolution screen, making it a perfect cross between a tablet and a smart phone. ...

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Samsung would be releasing in October the next version of Galaxy Note

Samsung released its giant device with the name of Galaxy Note last year and, against all the predictions and expectations, the device actually proved to be very successful in the market. Samsung was able to sell more than 7 million units of the phone which certainly proves its popularity. Now the latest rumors are that Samsung would be releasing the next generation version of this remarkable device in October this year, not much far from the expected release of iPhone 5.   The original version of Galaxy Note had some pretty impressive technical specs and the upcoming version would certainly have some ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note will be available under contract with T-Mobile

Samsung Galaxy Note, against all the predictions and warnings, has proven to be one of the most successful devices Samsung has ever produced. This giant of a device, which caused a lot of suspicion due to its size, was launched during the CES in January. And since the launch of the phone, Samsung has already sold some 5 million units of it which amounts to about 1 million units per month. This is certainly amazing but there might be even more success in store for this phone. In the US market, Galaxy Note is only available under contract with AT&T ...

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Rumors and speculations about various technical aspects of Samsung Galaxy S3

Now that the expected release date of Samsung Galaxy S3 is getting closer, rumors and speculations about various technical aspects of the device are also getting wilder. In a latest piece of information that came all the way from Korea indicate that Samsung Galaxy S3 would be equipped with the high quality 4.65-inch Super AMOLED Plus display along with a resolution of 1280 x 720. Sources have further revealed that Samsung Mobile Display (SMD) has started working on the displays and this would be the first time that we would see HD resolution on a non-Pentile phone display. Previously we ...

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