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Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T Hands-On [Video]

Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T Hands-On [Video]

The second of three declared versions of the internationally popular Samsung dual-core Android device, the Galaxy S II from AT&T, is set to be the only one of three to have the original 4.3-inch display. Now why, you might ask, would they do such a thing? I think the answer may be staring you right in the face with its own fantastically cute face: that's my daughter under the puzzle piece lockscreen of the AT&T Infuse 4G, a device not unlike the Galaxy S II that came out quite a few weeks ago with the same 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display you're now seeing on the WiMAX and T-Mobile versions of the Galaxy S II. What AT&T has done here is to give you a choice of devices, both of them with Super AMOLED Plus displays, but one with a larger display and a smaller processor, the other with a smaller display and a larger processor. Choices!

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Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile Hands-Off [Video]

Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile Hands-Off [Video]

The most mysterious of the three Samsung Galaxy S II models we've seen today is the T-Mobile version. The reason for this is the fact that because this version of the handset is set to be the last released here in the states (that we know of so far), it's not quite ready for a full showing. Therefor what we know about this device is essentially just the bare minimum: Exynos 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, extra rounded edges, and a unique T-Mobile experience alongside Samsung's newest vision for TouchWiz. I'm sure we'll be just thrilled as pie once we get to see it in action, but for now we've got to stay behind a plastic box.

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Tablet Computer Spotted in 1968 Kubrick Classic, Cited in Samsung Case

Tablet Computer Spotted in 1968 Kubrick Classic, Cited in Samsung Case

It appears that the very first place one might see a tablet computer in action, at least one looking so minimalistic as an iPad, is in the 1968 film "2001: A Space Odyssey" by Stanley Kubrick. This movie features at least one scene in which a couple of tablets are used to compute while breakfast is being consumed by their users. What this particular scene is being used for at this very moment is so-called evidence that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet design does not use the iPad 2 for inspiration, that instead a single screen with little border surrounding it used for computing has been a common design for a "tablet" computer for quite some time.

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Samsung TouchWiz UX Review with Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung TouchWiz UX Review with Galaxy Tab 10.1

Welcome to our look at Samsung's newest work with Android, this being made specifically for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and called Samsung TouchWiz UX. What TouchWiz amounts to is a custom user interface that sits on top of and beside Android 3.1 Honeycomb, working to improve the way you work with Android and your tablet in general as well as opening your pathway to Samsung's new movie collection interface and ability to work with Mini Apps on top of your everyday full-screen apps and home screens. The big question many users are having at the moment is: "should I update?" and we aim to answer that question here.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 TouchWiz update due OTA on August 5

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 TouchWiz update due OTA on August 5

Samsung has detailed the update process for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi-only slate, which as of Friday August 5 will bring the TouchWiz UI, Flash Player 10.3 and Samsung's latest Media Hub to the Honeycomb tablet. TouchWiz consists of multiple Live Panels with widgets laid out like magazines, offering easy access to news, weather, social networking and multimedia. There's also a new "Mini Mode Tray" with easy shortcuts for the Task Manager, Calendar, World Clock, Pen Memo, Calculator and Music apps.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 To Get New TouchWiz UX On August 3, But NYC Only

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 To Get New TouchWiz UX On August 3, But NYC Only

Samsung is hosting an unusual press event in NYC on August 3. And we say unusual, because it's not common to see events like these in celebration of a software update. But this one is to unveil a major update to Samsung's TouchWiz UX for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. The event will be held at the Samsung Experience center in NYC, where it will open to the press in the morning and then to the general public in the afternoon.

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Google Updates Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition to Android 3.1 Honeycomb Officially

Google Updates Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition to Android 3.1 Honeycomb Officially

Though we already technically let you know about the update in this post previously, it's important to note that today Google has made it official by mailing each on of their 3,000 recipients of the special Google I/O Limited Edition version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 an update notice. This notice states that the tablet GT-P7510 will be updated via a simple signing up for a Samsung account by you the user after which you'll have to head to your settings and make it happen manually.

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Samsung Galaxy S II with TouchWiz 4.0 gets hands-on walkthrough [Video]

Samsung Galaxy S II with TouchWiz 4.0 gets hands-on walkthrough [Video]

Samsung has been on a roll this past week, with the ultra-slim Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 tablets finally bringing some serious competition - in specs, design and price - to the iPad 2, and helping the company dominate the news cycle at CTIA 2011. Samsung also brought along the Galaxy S II to the show, and our sibling site Android Community grabbed some hands-on time with the dual-core smartphone.

Video demo after the cut

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Samsung DJ PMP Gets Released

Samsung DJ PMP Gets Released

Samsung has announced today the launch of a brand new Personal Music Player (PMP), one that they are boasting is the slimmest and lightest on the market. Sure, that might not be the greatest thing to preach, especially considering usability and interface are paramount when utilizing any kind of personal media, but at least they have something. It's not too bad to look at either, especially if you're a fan of gingerbread cookie men. No, seriously.

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