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Samsung Wave powered-by Bada OS featuring 3.3-inch Super AMOLED & Bluetooth 3.0

Samsung Wave powered-by Bada OS featuring 3.3-inch Super AMOLED & Bluetooth 3.0

Samsung’s very first Bada handset – the Wave (S8500) was announced earlier tonight. The Wave is one of the first handset feature Bluetooth 3.0. The 3.3-inch “Super AMOLED” display with 800x480 resolution doesn’t offer multitouch but instead a brighter, clearer and less reflective thanks to the OnCell technology. Samsung went the extra mile by adding mDNle (mobile Digital Natural Image engine) technology, which originated in Samsung’s LCD TV and LED TV.

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Nokia N87 12MP AMOLED cameraphone tipped

Nokia N87 12MP AMOLED cameraphone tipped

Hot on the heels of the supposed Nokia N98 smartphone leak yesterday comes this, documentation tipped to be from within the Finnish company and detailing their upcoming N87 cameraphone.  According to the document, the Nokia N87 will have a 12-megapixel autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics, a Xenon flash and night-view mode, along with a 600MHz ARM Cortex 8 processor and 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen.

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Samsung Super AMOLED screen to show up on mobile phone at MWC

Samsung Super AMOLED screen to show up on mobile phone at MWC

Samsung makes tons of devices and products that are on the tech market today. The company makes lots and lots of LCD and AMOLED screens that end up being used on Samsung products and other products produced by different companies. Samsung has announced that we will see a new mobile phone at MWC sporting its latest screen tech.

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Samsung might sell transparent AMOLED laptop in next 12 months

Samsung might sell transparent AMOLED laptop in next 12 months

Some of the benefits of an OLED screen are very appealing. OLED screens are thinner, promise better colors, and consumer less power. OLEDs are common in high-end phones today thanks to their power sipping designs that allow for better battery life.

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Android 2.1 Samsung M100S hitting Korea in March

Android 2.1 Samsung M100S hitting Korea in March

Samsung's latest AMOLED smartphone has broken cover, the new SHW-M100S, and like the Google Nexus One it's running Android 2.1.  The M100S has a 3.7-inch WVGA touchscreen, WiFi b/g/n, T-DMB TV tuner and a 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording; it's apparently set to arrive on South Korea's SK Telecom network next month.

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Samsung AMOLED panel integrates touchscreen; mass production in March 2010

Samsung AMOLED panel integrates touchscreen; mass production in March 2010

Samsung Mobile Display are gearing up to mass produce touchscreen AMOLED panels in March 2010, and while many AMOLED devices already have touch-sensitivity, these new 3.3-inch displays integrate the touchscreen and AMOLED layers.  First off the production line will be 800 x 480 WVGA screens, just crying out for inclusion in Samsung Mobile's handset line, with the touch layer measuring just 0.001mm thick.

HTC Touch Diamond3 is AMOLED WM7 Obsession?

HTC Touch Diamond3 is AMOLED WM7 Obsession?

The tipped HTC Obsession Windows Mobile 7 smartphone could end up as the HTC Touch Diamond3, sequel to the Diamond2.  According to WMPoweruser's tipster, the Obsession/Diamond3 will have a 3.7-inch AMOLED display using a multitouch-capable capacitive touchscreen, run a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (like the HTC HD2) and have a 5-megapixel autofocus camera capable of 720p HD 25fps video.

Samsung rolls out HZ35W & HZ30W point and shoots with 15x optical zoom

Samsung rolls out HZ35W & HZ30W point and shoots with 15x optical zoom

Samsung has revealed two more high optical zoom digital cameras in the aftermath of CES, the HZ35W and HZ30W both presenting an impressive 15x optical zoom and a 24mm wide angle lens.  Both camera can also record up to 720P High-Def video.

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Cowon J3 PMP to have 3.3-inch AMOLED and WiFi?

Cowon J3 PMP to have 3.3-inch AMOLED and WiFi?

Cowon weren't short of a few devices at CES 2010 last week, but one thing not yet ready for primetime is the Cowon J3 PMP.  The mystery PMP is pretty much unknown beyond this rear-panel graphic that leaked a few weeks ago, but according to a preset in the latest version of Cowon's own jetAudio app spotted by Moveplayer, it will have a 3.3-inch WQVGA (480 x 272) display that's rumored to use an AMOLED panel.

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Viliv P3 Android PMP gets video demo; more Viliv Android planned

Viliv P3 Android PMP gets video demo; more Viliv Android planned

Look out Creative, Viliv are creeping up behind you.  The company have been showing off their latest touchscreen device, and while you might assume it's another MID in actual fact Viliv are describing the P3 as a PMP; either way, you get an indecently skinny 9.8mm chassis, 3.7-inch AMOLED 800 x 480 touchscreen (Nexus One we're looking at you), 800MHz Cortex A8 processor and dual-booting Android and Windows CE.

Video demo after the cut

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HTC Bravo tipped for March 2010 launch by 3 Sweden

HTC Bravo tipped for March 2010 launch by 3 Sweden

Star device on HTC's leaked 2010 roadmap, the HTC Bravo - a 1GHz Snapdragon based handset with a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, running Android - has seemingly been prematurely confirmed by the Swedish arm of carrier 3.  In a comment - since removed - on the company's Facebook page, they announced that they would be offering the HTC Bravo in March 2010.

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Samsung Shark S5350, Shark 2 S5550 and Shark 3 S3550 social networking phones debut

Samsung Shark S5350, Shark 2 S5550 and Shark 3 S3550 social networking phones debut

Samsung have unveiled their latest range, the Samsung Shark series, and they're taking on entry-level social networking.  Three devices will be initially available - the candybar Samsung Shark S5350 and two sliders, the Shark 2 S5550 and Shark 3 S3550 - each with shortcuts to Facebook, MySpace, Bebo and other popular social networks on their homescreen.  Meanwhile the Samsung Communities app allows for easier uploading of photos and videos to (together with on-device browsing of) Flickr, Picasa, Photobucket and YouTube.

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