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Samsung Galaxy S II Review

Samsung has a lot riding on the Galaxy S II. When your displays, chips and memory are found in the flagship devices of OEMs around the world, you have to expect consumers will demand more from the hardware that bears your brand. The Galaxy S II (aka Galaxy S 2 or GSII) has even more to live up to: the original Galaxy S spawned several carrier variants that helped it become the best-selling Android smartphone in the US last year, and positioned Samsung as one of the key names to beat in the segment. So, with dual-core - and freshly overclocked - processor at the ready and a huge, Super AMOLED Plus display providing some eye-catching glitz, the Galaxy S II wades into the crowded smartphone market. New Android king or pretender to the throne? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Samsung Galaxy S II hands-on [Video]

The Samsung Galaxy S II has a lot to live up to. Its predecessor, the Galaxy S, took the top spot for Android devices in the US, was picked up by most carriers, and helped push Samsung to all-time record revenues in 2010. Thankfully, Samsung hasn't taken the easy route and given the Galaxy S II a simple polish; instead, the new smartphone is a hugely impressive powerhouse. More hands-on feedback after the cut.

Video demo after the cut

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Samsung Galaxy S2 packs 8MP camera & dual-core Orion CPU tips insider

Samsung isn't exactly holding back when it comes to teasing what it has for MWC 2011 next month, with its "Evolution is Fate" campaign promising a replacement for the best-selling Galaxy S, and spec tidbits continue to leak out of Korea ahead of the big reveal. According to Nocut News, the Samsung Galaxy S2 - internally known as the Samsung Seine - will use the company's new 1GHz Orion processor, based on dual ARM Cortex A9 cores, paired with an 8-megapixel camera and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Android “Flip Phone” Concept with Three Flexible AMOLED Touchscreens

Well would you look at that, the perfect phone. All it took was a couple extra panels and there it was, all conceptualized and turned into a short ad for the world to see. This is a vision of a smartphone that takes the idea of flipping out an extra section (for a keyboard, for a speaker, etc.,) and took it a couple steps further. Designer Kristian Ulrich Larsen presents one lovely triangle.

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Samsung promise new Galaxy Tabs & dual-core Super AMOLED Plus phones for MWC 2011

The dust is only just settling on CES 2011, but already Samsung has promised not only new smartphones but new Galaxy Tab tablet models at MWC 2011 next month. According to the Korea Herald, the new handsets will have dual-core processors, run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and pack the same Super AMOLED Plus displays as debuted on Verizon's new Samsung 4G smartphone last week.

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HTC ThunderBolt Hands-On

Even though it's lacking a dual-core processor, the HTC ThunderBolt is still an impressive device. Combining striking looks with some great hardware and Verizon's 4G LTE network connectivity, the ThunderBolt is going to be the ultimate flagship device for Verizon in early 2011.

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Samsung 4G-Enabled Galaxy Tab, Smartphone & Mobile Hotspot Announced at CES 2011

While HTC may have been first to pull the trigger on the Verizon stage at the Consumer Electronics Show, showing off the often-rumored about HTC ThunderBolt and making it official, Samsung is ready to announce three new 4G-enabled devices. They aren't focusing on one market, though. They've just announced that they've got a smarphone, a tablet, and a mobile hotspot with the Samsung name coming to Verizon soon.

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