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Samsung Behold 2 Passes Through Bluetooth SIG With Interesting Wording

Samsung Behold 2 Passes Through Bluetooth SIG With Interesting Wording

We get it that Android is a hot commodity at this point, and we're all for seeing the expanding OS hitting more phones in the States, but there's a point where jumping the gun might not be that beneficial. Android is a platform that needs to hit popular, or even eye-catching phones at this point, and shy away from ambiguous, run-of-the-mill devices. And, unless you fell head over heels for the original Behold when it launched on T-Mobile, then we're tagging "run-of-the-mill" on its sequel. But then again, does running Android on a device make it stand out, just by default?

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Samsung Instinct Q Finally Pictured

Samsung Instinct Q Finally Pictured

Android phones are coming out all over the place, ranging from the basic Android device, all the way up to HTC's Sense UI, which made us all take a second look at what Android was capable of. And we're happy to see the open source Operating System (OS) getting some of the lime-light, especially so quickly. And while HTC has beem the main proponent to Android's availability on the market, other manufacturers are quickly clamoring to get their piece of the pie. Motorola has two handsets reportedly coming out, the Verizon-bound Sholes (or Shules, whichever you think doesn't sound ridiculous when you say it aloud), and the T-Mobile Morrison, which is a lower-end device. And Samsung had already inroduced the i7500 (or Galaxy), but it looks like they're not finished yet. Here, we finally introduce the Samsung Instinct Q.

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Samsung Sees a Galaxy on O2

Samsung Sees a Galaxy on O2

The Samsung Galaxy (i7500), the only Android device with an AMOLED display, has been out on Germany's network for some time, and it's been the general envy of most Android users out there since its release. While other Android phones like the Magic and Hero are great in their own right, Samsung left it upon itself to create an Android phone that set up to blow the competition (HTC) out of the water. And it looks like that customer base is about to get a lot bigger.

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Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 officially announced

Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 officially announced

Samsung have officially announced the Omnia Pro B7610 in Korea, alongside their I7500 Android smartphone (aka the Samsung Galaxy), the Omnia B7320 and the 12-megapixel Pixon 12 M8910.  Full specifications are still yet to be confirmed, though we've previously heard that the Omnia Pro has a 3.5-inch AMOLED touchscreen running at WVGA resolution, HSPA and WiFi connectivity, and a 5.1-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash.

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Samsung Galaxy gets hands-on preview, camera test

Samsung Galaxy gets hands-on preview, camera test

Your eyes do not deceive you: it's another hand and another live shot of the Samsung Galaxy I7500, also known as the next big Android cellphone to hit the market.  This time around it's phoneArena doing the gripping honors, having scored a pre-release handset, and as with most of the other hands-on reports we've seen it's the 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen that really wows.

Video demo of the Samsung Galaxy after the cut

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 37 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 37 2009

Well they say time files when you are having fun, but they never mention how fast time flies when you are typing your fingers to bleeding nubs to bring your wonderful readers all the gadget news fit to print and then some. Here we are again with another week in review for your reading pleasure. Spotify hit iPhone and Android devices this week. So many people grabbed the app that the free service quickly went back to invite only status. Sony unveiled a super-thin new wireless HDTV this week that makes Paris Hilton look fat by comparison. I am almost afraid to find out what the thin and feature packed set will cost.

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