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Samsung Gear Fit Review

Samsung Gear Fit Review

The Samsung Gear Fit is very close to being a concept brought to life. With its shard of curved full-color AMOLED touchscreen and unusually narrow design, the smartwatch/fitness band hybrid is certainly eye-catching - the number of people who’ve spotted it on our wrist and asked about it is proof of that - but does the functionality and usability match up? Read on for the SlashGear review.

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Milk Music aims to differentiate Samsung devices with web radio

Milk Music aims to differentiate Samsung devices with web radio

Every once in a while there’s an app or device release who’s appearance on the market is more important than its inner workings. With Milk Music, this much is true. Samsung is continuing down the road of adding value to their devices, and their devices only, with apps that only work on Galaxy smartphones, Galaxy Note, and the Galaxy Tab tablet series. Milk Music is an internet radio app made to bring advertisement-free music to Samsung devices.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 vs Galaxy Camera 2013: evolution battle

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 vs Galaxy Camera 2013: evolution battle

We'll be seeing Samsung's second generation Galaxy Camera soon, and very soon. The company has revealed this week that the Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 will be appearing at CES 2014 next week - until then, we'll be able to give you a full rundown of this machine's specifications. Blink and you might miss the changes inside, but this device's outward appearance certainly brings a start to the setup.

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Samsung Galaxy NX gets priced up for US October debut

Samsung Galaxy NX gets priced up for US October debut

Samsung has priced up its Galaxy NX interchangeable lens Android camera for the US, with the new snapper set to command a healthy premium over previous connected-cameras from the company once it arrives in the US come October. The Galaxy NX - launched alongside the Galaxy S4 Zoom and Galaxy S4 Active - will be priced at $1,599.99 for the body-only, and work with any of Samsung's existing NX-series lenses.

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AT&T drops Samsung GALAXY S 3 price on contract plan

AT&T drops Samsung GALAXY S 3 price on contract plan

In case you were too busy watching (or dodging) the April Fool's hoopla that abounded yesterday, you might have missed this tidbit: AT&T lowered the price of its GALAXY S 3 handset, no doubt in preparation of the S 4 set to hit shelves in the coming weeks. If you've been planning to update your Galaxy smartphone but aren't keen on jumping straight to the recently announced flagship, here's your change to get prime hardware at a discounted rate.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 Exynos 5 model reportedly not coming to UK

Samsung GALAXY S 4 Exynos 5 model reportedly not coming to UK

Samsung's GALAXY S 4 smartphone will come in two different variants when it releases sometime next month. The US version will include the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core chip running at 1.9GHz, while the international version of the phone will sport Samsung's new Exynos 5 Octa chip running at 1.6GHz. However, it's said that the Exynos 5 version of the new handset won't be making its way to the UK, and will instead sport the Snapdragon 600.

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Verizon Galaxy Nexus Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update step-by-step

Verizon Galaxy Nexus Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update step-by-step

This week we're seeing the last of the iterations of the so-called Galaxy "Nexus" as it exists on Verizon's 4G LTE network. The Verizon Galaxy Nexus (made by Samsung, mind you) has since birth been plagued with talk of its mudblood-like software from the carrier as Verizon modified its contents past what Google originally intended - thus besmirching the purity of the Nexus smartphone line. Because of this Verizon-specific build, the Galaxy Nexus is last in line to receive the update to Android 4.2.2 - but here it is, ready for action!

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Galaxy Nexus sales frozen: Google promises imminent fix

Galaxy Nexus sales frozen: Google promises imminent fix

Google has pulled the Galaxy Nexus from its official Play store, no longer offering the unlocked, HSPA+ version of the Samsung smartphone after Apple convinced a judge to preserve its preliminary injunction. As of this morning, the Galaxy Nexus listing shows the handset as "coming soon" with a sign-up box for notifications; exactly when it will go on sale is unclear, though some suggestions indicate a workaround might mean that happens sooner rather than later and Google has promised it will hit shelves again sometime next week.

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