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Samsung 4G-Enabled Galaxy Tab, Smartphone & Mobile Hotspot Announced at CES 2011

Samsung 4G-Enabled Galaxy Tab, Smartphone & Mobile Hotspot Announced at CES 2011

While HTC may have been first to pull the trigger on the Verizon stage at the Consumer Electronics Show, showing off the often-rumored about HTC ThunderBolt and making it official, Samsung is ready to announce three new 4G-enabled devices. They aren't focusing on one market, though. They've just announced that they've got a smarphone, a tablet, and a mobile hotspot with the Samsung name coming to Verizon soon.

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Samsung Galaxy S successor due at MWC 2011

Samsung Galaxy S successor due at MWC 2011

Little surprise, perhaps, but Samsung Korea has apparently confirmed that MWC 2011 will mark the debut of the Samsung Galaxy S successor. According to Korean news site Chosun Ilbo, Samsung confirmed yesterday that the replacement Android smartphone would first be shown in February next year; specifications and launch name haven't been mentioned, but the assumption is that the "Galaxy S2" will feature a dual-core processor, NFC and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Samsung Galaxy Player YP-GB1 Android PMP headed to CES 2011

Samsung Galaxy Player YP-GB1 Android PMP headed to CES 2011

Samsung is readying a new PMP version of its Galaxy S family of Android smartphones, with the Samsung Galaxy Player YP-GB1 expected to make its debut at CES 2011 next month. The 4-inch WVGA PMP measures 9.9mm thick and uses a Super LCD display rather than Super AMOLED; it also loses the cellular connectivity, with WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and GPS, though Samsung Hub says that does free up room for a T-DMB digital TV tuner.

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Samsung Tegra 2 tablet for 2011 tipped

Samsung Tegra 2 tablet for 2011 tipped

Samsung is the latest company to be tipped as readying a Tegra 2 based tablet, joining Acer, ASUS and Toshiba in the roster of firms expected to release slates based on the NVIDIA chipset in early 2011. The leaked info, passed to DigiTimes from their usual notebook manufacturer sources, doesn't give any potential specifications for the Samsung tablet, but does suggest that NVIDIA has been slashing Tegra 2 pricing in an attempt to score new business. The news is surprising, since Samsung has its own SoC facilities which it has used in recent models.

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Samsung tops Android sales chart in US last quarter

Samsung tops Android sales chart in US last quarter

Samsung's approach of pushing Galaxy S family smartphones out on every major US carrier seems to have worked out, with Gartner confirming that the company took the number one spot for US Android device sales in Q3 2010. According to their figures, Galaxy S handsets - like the Verizon Fascinate, AT&T Captivate and T-Mobile Vibrant - accounted for 32.1-percent of Android device sales that quarter, with total sales of the devices in the country recently exceeding three million units.

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Verizon Samsung Continuum gets reviewed

Verizon Samsung Continuum gets reviewed

Verizon's Samsung Continuum is a curious little Android smartphone, targeted it seems at those so addicted to checking their phone for new email, calendar or other updates, they're draining the battery too quickly and need a second, smaller panel to cater to their obsession. Over at Android Community they've been putting the segmented smartphone through its paces, finding its Ticker display is useful but that it still comes with some compromises.

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Samsung Continuum Hands-On & Unboxing

Samsung Continuum Hands-On & Unboxing

Verizon's latest Android smartphone, the Samsung Continuum, has landed on the SlashGear test bench, and though we've seen our fair share of cellphones in recent months, the Continuum's dual-displays are still leaving us curious about usability. Another from Samsung's growing range of Galaxy S family devices, the Continuum puts a 3.4-inch Super AMOLED primary screen on top and then a smaller, 1.8-inch "Ticker" display control bar and info panel underneath. Check out the unboxing and some first impressions after the cut.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab for US Cellular Launching November 19th for $399

Samsung Galaxy Tab for US Cellular Launching November 19th for $399

While Verizon and AT&T may be opting to keep the Galaxy Tab as contract-free devices, it looks like US Cellular is taking a bit of a different route. The company has just officially announced that the Galaxy Tab, the tablet device from Samsung, will be heading to their network beginning November 19th. The first thing that some may notice is the distinct difference in pricing for the US Cellular version, versus the competition's. You'll have a two year contract to thank for that.

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