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Samsung Announces The Galaxy Beam: A 4-Inch Gingerbread Phone With A Projector

beamLooks like Samsung is getting a head start on its MWC announcements, and one of the first devices to hit the scene is the Galaxy Beam. While the Beam's specs aren't all that impressive, it does have one trick up its sleeve:



  • 4.0-Inch 480*800 TFT display
  • 1GHz dual-core processor
  • 6GB RAM (this must be a typo, but that's what the Beam's landing page says)
  • 5MP rear shooter, 1.3MP front camera
  • 8GB built-in storage with microSD slot
  • 2000 mAh battery
  • 15 lumen projector

Samsung Galaxy Note

1Students and business people with the Samsung Galaxy
Note
are fortunate to experience the Android operating system. It is more than a smart phone, yet not quite a tablet. It's a hybrid, light weight and easy to use and a great tool for students those already in the workforce.

The phone operates over the 4G network, has an 8 megapixel digital camera, can be used for video calling, and comes with 32,768 MB of storage expandable via smart card to another 32 GB. However, it’s most impressive and most instantly noticeable feature is its size.

Samsung Announces Its First Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet, The 7-Inch Galaxy Tab 2

galaxytabthumbSamsung this morning took the wraps off yet another Galaxy device, and its first to run Android 4.0, the Galaxy Tab 2. This new Tab looks to be a cross between a downgraded Tab 7 Plus and a sequel to the original Galaxy Tab from the days of old. Here's a quick look at what this device has to offer:

Samsung Will Not Hold A Press Conference At Mobile World Congress This Year

samsungAfter indicating it would not announce the Galaxy S III at MWC, Samsung has now all but confirmed to PCMag it won't be showing off anything particularly exciting in Barcelona this month - because they won't be holding any sort of press conference during the event. Yikes.

Samsung not announcing Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress, rumors indicate

Just weeks before the annual event Samsung is said to be putting the brakes on a MWC announcement.

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[Rumor] Samsung Galaxy III specs. Could This be Real?

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The Galaxy S3 has been kept under lock and key throughout its development, although a few choice pieces of information have leaked out of the labs and various rumours have circulated around the handset.

Samsung Joins The Fight Against Short Battery Life, Promises 2012 Phone Will Be All-Day Strong For Most Users

samsungAs smartphones get larger, more vibrant displays, faster CPUs, 4G LTE network connectivity, and more features, there is one area where they still always fall short: battery life. In fact, most modern smartphones lack the ability to last a full day of regular, moderate usage without requiring some additional juice.

Samsung Galaxy SIII Screen Shots Leaked With New Tizen OS

It’s been rumoured for some time now and it looks like these are genuine screenshots taken from Samsung’s next big handset.

I am simply stuck for words to type when looking at these screenshots, it really looks like Samsung have finally found a good looking alternative to TouchWiz.

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HTC's Growth Stalls While Samsung Has Record Quarter

htcsamsungThe latest unaudited results from HTC for Q4 2011 indicates that total revenues reached NT$ 101 billion (US$ 360 million), a 2.49% drop as compared to the same period in 2010. In stark contrast, Samsung just had a record breaking quarter with profits reaching 5.2 trillion won (US$4.5 billion), almost double the figures of Q4 2010. Samsung's results for Q4 2011 breaks its previous record profit period of 5.0 trillion won (US$ 4.3 billion) from Q2 2010 and is an increase of 22% from Q3 2011. According to an analyst Samsung shipped an estimated 35 million smartphones in the previous quarter alone, but this is likely to include Samsung's low-end bada operated devices.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Kernel Source Code Hits The Open Source Release Center

While we've yet to actually see a release date for the Galaxy Tab 7.7 that Samsung debuted back in September, the company has now dropped the kernel source code for the device. In the past, this usually indicates an impending release, so we're willing to bet that availability will be officially announced at CES next week.

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