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Samsung Predicts Selling 40 Million Smartphones in 2011, plus an Array of Tablets

Samsung Predicts Selling 40 Million Smartphones in 2011, plus an Array of Tablets

Samsung's mobile devision head Shin Jong-kyun has told reporters in Seoul that the company expects to sell more than 20 million smartphones by the end of 2010, (up from 18 million units projected earlier in the year.) From there, he said, Samsung Electronics Co feels it will sell more than 40 million smartphones worldwide in 2011. This was reported by the lovely Nikkei Business Daily newspaper in sunny Seoul South Korea.

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Google Nexus Two is a redressed Samsung Galaxy S?

Google Nexus Two is a redressed Samsung Galaxy S?

A device believed to be the Google Nexus Two has supposedly been spotted in the wild, and according to the tipster it's the handiwork of Samsung, not HTC.  Gizmodo heard from someone claiming hands-on experience with the upcoming Google-brand Android smartphone, and from their report it's all disappointingly similar to the Samsung Galaxy S.

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Froyo is go for Samsung Galaxy S [Updated]

Froyo is go for Samsung Galaxy S [Updated]

Samsung's Galaxy S smartphone has finally received its official update to Android 2.2 Froyo, with users in Norway, Denmark and Sweden telling BriefMobile that the new I9000 JPM build has shown up in the Samsung Kies software manager.  As well as bringing with it speed increases over the Eclair build of Android that the Galaxy S shipped with, the new ROM has Adobe Flash Player 10.1 support, a GPS fix and a "pinch-to-zoom homescreen flyover".

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Galaxy S hits US Cellular as Samsung Mesmerize

Galaxy S hits US Cellular as Samsung Mesmerize

The Samsung Galaxy S is spreading itself around just about every carrier on the market today. That is a good thing too considering that the smartphone is a very nice device. US Cellular has announced that it will be the next wireless provider to offer customers the Galaxy S.

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Verizon’s dual-touch Samsung Continuum gets second outing

Verizon’s dual-touch Samsung Continuum gets second outing

We caught a glimpse of the Samsung Continuum SCH-i400 yesterday, but now the dual-touchscreen Verizon Android phone has leaked more comprehensively.  Android Central managed to snag some hands-on time with the Verizon Continuum, finding its main touchscreen to be considerably smaller than that of the Verizon Fascinate and its Ticker mini-touchscreen to work surprisingly well.

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The Daily Slash: September 29th 2010

The Daily Slash: September 29th 2010

It's the middle of the week, but in better news, we're coming to the end of September. And that also means we're just about into the fourth quarter of the year. Counting down the days now. Tonight, though, in the news from around the Web, we've got a Jaguar concept car that looks amazing. And then, as usual, we'll wrap up things from around the R3 Media Network. So, welcome to the Wednesday edition of The Daily Slash.

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AT&T Samsung Captivate GPS fix going out OTA

AT&T Samsung Captivate GPS fix going out OTA

Samsung and AT&T have pushed out a firmware update for the Samsung Captivate, the carrier's version of the Galaxy S, which addresses the GPS issues some users have reported.  The new software - which will be delivered as an OTA update, and should show up on all Captivate handsets in service within the next few weeks - also consists of several other bugfixes and improvements.

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Samsung Galaxy S Android 2.2 Froyo update delayed in Spain & India [Updated]

Samsung Galaxy S Android 2.2 Froyo update delayed in Spain & India [Updated]

Froyo may have hit for the Motorola DROID X - and with good effect - but we're still waiting for the Android 2.2 update for one of our other favorite big-screen smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S.  Unfortunately there's still plenty of confusion as to when exactly Froyo for the Galaxy S might drop.  Samsung UK maintains it's due for UK handsets before the end of September (and will be distributed via the company's Kies PC software tool), but other regions say it won't arrive until sometime in October.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Event Wrap-Up and Hands-On [Video]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Event Wrap-Up and Hands-On [Video]

We had known about Samsung's event for a little while now, and while there was some pretty obvious speculation about the purpose of that event, it wasn't until a leaked internal Verizon document that we got any kind of "confirmation" as to what we'd be seeing tonight. And, sure enough, Samsung delivered the goods with their Galaxy Tab device. The 7-inch tablet that runs Android 2.2 is officially heading into the United States under the watchful guidance of the four major wireless carriers some time within the holiday season, this year.

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Samsung Fascinate Review

Samsung Fascinate Review

By now, you wouldn't think there was much left in the Samsung Galaxy S family that could still surprise us. After the success of the original European model, followed by launches on AT&T and T-Mobile, the Super AMOLED Android smartphone is now heading to Verizon in the shape of the Samsung Fascinate. Are CDMA and Verizon's other tweaks enough to convince us that this is the Galaxy S sibling to adopt? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Verizon Fascinate: $199.99 online Sept 8th; in-store Sept 9

Verizon Fascinate: $199.99 online Sept 8th; in-store Sept 9

Verizon has officially announced that the Samsung Fascinate - one of the last Galaxy S family smartphones to arrive as a US variant - will go on sale tomorrow, September 8th, online, followed by in-store availability on Thursday September 9th.  The Fascinate - which has a 4-inch AMOLED display, 1GHz Hummingbird processor and runs Android 2.1 - will be priced at $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and presuming a new, two-year agreement.

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Droid 2 Review

Droid 2 Review

It's been over nine months since we reviewed Motorola's first DROID smartphone, the Verizon handset that arguably reversed the company's fall from grace and set their foundations as a key player in the Android segment. Now, in an increasingly competitive smartphone market, Motorola have returned to their pivotal handset for a much-anticipated makeover, the Motorola DROID 2. Question is, have they done enough to maintain their pace? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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