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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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Samsung GALAXY S 4 Experience Pillar 1: Enjoyment

Samsung GALAXY S 4 Experience Pillar 1: Enjoyment

With the Samsung GALAXY S 4, the company is letting the world know that they're taking an approach that's meant to make your life better with four key pillars of excellence, the first being an effort to allow you to get "more Enjoyment out of life." The camera experience will be the first way in which the Samsung GALAXY S 4 will help you get more enjoyment out of life. As Samsung has mentioned, they've created a camera experience that'll allow you, the user, to take as much emotion away with the device as possible. This camera experience was designed to allow you to get as top-notch a photography and video experience as possible as well.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 Hands-on

Samsung GALAXY S 4 Hands-on

If success is judged by anticipation, the Samsung GALAXY S 4 is already a winner. Hotly discussed in the months leading up to today's big reveal, expectations for the phone have varied wildly from a ground-shaking rethink to a buff and polish of the best-selling Galaxy S III. The end result, though, treads a line between the two: familiar and yet bursting with new functionality, and refined in ways that, while not perhaps the most headline-catching, nonetheless keep Samsung's hardware at the top of its game. Read on for our hands-on first impressions.

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Possible Verizon Galaxy S IV benchmark surfaces, shows 1.9GHz processor

Possible Verizon Galaxy S IV benchmark surfaces, shows 1.9GHz processor

Over on the Japanese blog RBMen, a benchmark has surfaced that may be the Verizon Galaxy S IV smartphone from Samsung. In the benchmark, we see a handful of specs, including a 1.9GHz processor and the brand "Samsung." Although not official, all the signs point at it being the next handset is the Korean company's wildly popular line of smartphones, following on the heels of the mega-selling Galaxy S III.

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Samsung GALAXY Altius Smartwatch leaked

Samsung GALAXY Altius Smartwatch leaked

Today a collection of screenshots have been revealed of what appears very much to be a Samsung "smartwatch" with the name GALAXY ALtius attached to it. The images shown here come from a Korean messageboard where the main topic of conversation is how well the watch will fit in with the rest of the market rather than if the mysterious device exists. Given the recent fervor created by the idea of an Apple iWatch, could the Samsung smartwatch, indeed, be far behind?

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Samsung Galaxy IV sample images reportedly leaked

Samsung Galaxy IV sample images reportedly leaked

Yesterday we reported that the Samsung Galaxy IV, successor to the wildly popular Galaxy S III, is rumored for a March 15 unveiling, a few days earlier than the previously rumored March 22 date. Now it looks like some images taken with the Galaxy S IV's camera have found their way online, and while they're not the most exciting or sharp images we've ever seen, they're certainly worth noting, especially in light of the rumored unveiling next month.

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Samsung Galaxy Discover revealed with vanilla Android

Samsung Galaxy Discover revealed with vanilla Android

This week the folks at Samsung have revealed that they'll be delivering their newest Galaxy smartphone in the USA with a vanilla (read: untouched) Android experience straight from Google. The device you're seeing here is the Samsung Galaxy Discover and, though it's not 100% stock Android as a real Google Nexus smartphone would be, it's pretty darn close. This device works with a single-core 800Mhz Qualcomm processor, a 3.5-inch HVGA display, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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