Samsung GALAXY S 4

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Hands-on and Unboxing

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Hands-on and Unboxing

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is about to hit stores in the United States, and with it, Samsung's next push for a new display size attached to next-generation smart pen abilities. This device is essentially the larger wi-fi-only version of what we'll be seeing with the Samsung GALAXY S 4, hovering abilities and all. It might not have the same processor, and it might not be connected to mobile data, but it's certainly keeping with the friendly theme. UPDATE: See our Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 full review now!

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When Do Smartphone Screens Become Too Big?

When Do Smartphone Screens Become Too Big?

I have a problem. I own a smartphone – an iPhone 5 – that comes with a nicely sized, 4-inch screen. When I surf to Web sites, I’m able to see whatever I want. When I go to the iTunes Store and buy a movie or two, I can enjoy them without any trouble whatsoever. For me, the 4-inch screen is an ideal size.

Then again, I thought the same with my former iPhone, which came with a smaller 3.5-inch display. I thought for sure that I wouldn’t need a larger screen. But when I got my hands on the bigger display, I decided otherwise.

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Samsung launches GALAXY S 4 TV ads showcasing features

Samsung launches GALAXY S 4 TV ads showcasing features

Samsung's GALAXY S 4 is quickly approaching, and it's expected to launch at the beginning of next month, with pre-orders starting later this month. In the meantime, Samsung is prepping to launch a television ad campaign for the new phone. Several television commercials have popped up on Samsung Netherlands' YouTube channel, showing off some of the device's new features.

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AT&T GALAXY S 4 16GB pricing updated: $199 on-contract

AT&T GALAXY S 4 16GB pricing updated: $199 on-contract

If you were freaking out over the fact that the HTC One would be cheaper than the Samsung GALAXY S 4 on AT&T, freak no more! The company has just updated their listing to be clearer than before - if you want the 32GB version of the GALAXY S 4, you will indeed be paying $249.99. If you want the 16GB version, you'll be tossing down just $199.99 USD instead.

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Massive Samsung smartphone leaked: 6.3-inch “Galaxy Mega”

Massive Samsung smartphone leaked: 6.3-inch “Galaxy Mega”

If you thought Samsung was ever going to stop attempting to create smart devices with every single different screen size, Galaxy S to Note to Tab, you were wrong! Today some anonymous sources have let it be known that two new Samsung smartphone/phablet devices by the name Samsung Galaxy Mega will be coming forth some time this year. We'd had some previous insight into at least one of the display sizes due to an accessory release made public during the Samsung GALAXY S 4 reveal event, while the other comes as a bit of a surprise!

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 rooted before hitting shelves

Samsung GALAXY S 4 rooted before hitting shelves

Samsung's much-touted GALAXY S 4 flagship handset, which was launched with quite the fanfare early last month, isn't available to the public yet, only going up for pre-order in certain markets. That hasn't stopped the handset from being rooted, however. Specifically, the folks over at XDA have rooted the Exynos 5 Octa 8-core variety of the smartphone.

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US Cellular Samsung GALAXY S 4 pre-orders begin April 16

US Cellular Samsung GALAXY S 4 pre-orders begin April 16

Hot on the heels of AT&T announcing their pre-orders for the Samsung GALAXY S 4, US Cellular is announcing that they'll be opening up pre-orders for the new device on the same day of April 16. However, the carrier didn't say much else. No price is listed on their website yet, but we're guessing it'll be right on track with AT&T's price tag -- hopefully a bit cheaper, though.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 mini tipped on hero’s heels

Samsung GALAXY S 4 mini tipped on hero’s heels

If you were pumped up about the Samsung GALAXY S 4 revealed earlier this month but found its massive display to be just a bit too much to swallow, you'll be glad to hear the tip about a "mini" coming on quick. This smaller iteration of the GALAXY S 4 would take on the design aesthetic of the larger, working with many of the same features but with specifications that point to a slightly lower price on the market.

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AT&T Samsung GALAXY S 4 pre-orders begin April 16, priced at $250

AT&T Samsung GALAXY S 4 pre-orders begin April 16, priced at $250

Hot on the heels of UK pre-orders going live today for the GALAXY S 4, AT&T has announced that they will be opening up pre-orders for the new device on April 16. Those interested will be able to reserve a unit at $250 a pop after signing a new two-year contract. However, AT&T didn't mention a release date for the device.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 pre-orders now live in the UK

Samsung GALAXY S 4 pre-orders now live in the UK

We're all waiting eagerly for Samsung's new flagship smartphone to release into the ether, but it's still a month away from its April 26 debut in the UK. However, Brits are now able to pre-order the GALAXY S 4 starting today at several wireless carriers and online retailers, including Amazon and Carphone Warehouse.

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T-Mobile Samsung GALAXY S 4 available early May

T-Mobile Samsung GALAXY S 4 available early May

T-Mobile announced a slew of new items during its UNcarrier event in New York City where they officially launched their LTE network in seven markets across the US, as well as announced a handful of LTE devices that will be available on the carrier, one of which is the Samsung GALAXY S 4, which CEO John Legere says will come "about May 1."

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Apple’s War Chest, Samsung plastic, and HTC One supply

Apple’s War Chest, Samsung plastic, and HTC One supply

The influence and cash flow Apple has right this minute may be squarely to blame for both Samsung's continued use of plastic to construct the GALAXY S 4 and HTC's trouble getting supply line at full speed for the HTC One. When you consider the vast number of products Apple creates that use large amounts of aluminum, you'll find that the company is really rather invested in keeping their supply of this building block in order. When you consider the must-win situation HTC has with their new HTC One device, you'll know how nervous they must be if their rumored supplier status downgrade is, indeed, a reality.

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