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AT&T Samsung Focus will be $200 on Nov 8

AT&T Samsung Focus will be $200 on Nov 8

AT&T has announced pricing for the Samsung Focus Windows Phone 7 smartphone, which is due to make its US debut on November 8 2010. The Focus will be priced at $199.99 with a new, two-year agreement, which gets you a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 5-megapixel camera and, of course, Microsoft's new smartphone OS.

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Samsung 7-inch Super AMOLED could hit Galaxy Tab in mid-2011

Samsung 7-inch Super AMOLED could hit Galaxy Tab in mid-2011

A 7-inch Galaxy Tab with a Super AMOLED display could well be on the cards in early 2011, with the news that Samsung Mobile Display are planning production of a 1200 x 600 resolution Super AMOLED screen in mid-2011.  The new panel will get its first public outing this month at the FPD-International trade show in Japan, with a 5.5 gen plant kicking off production midway through next year.

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Samsung Focus Review

Samsung Focus Review

Samsung may not be able to compete with the sheer number of Windows Phone 7 devices HTC has brought to the table, but the company has definitely put its best foot forward with the Samsung Focus. Headed to AT&T in the US and Rogers Wireless in Canada, the Focus uses Samsung's own Super AMOLED display technology in a slimline, pocket-friendly chassis. Is it - and Microsoft's new smartphone OS - good enough to see off established challengers like Android and iPhone 4? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Samsung Focus Hands On [Video]

Samsung Focus Hands On [Video]

Samsung's entrance into the Windows Phone 7 market is a strong one, certainly. Their handsets are the only ones to feature the Super AMOLED display, and that alone may give them a leg up for potential customers. Especially those who enjoy media on their phone. The Samsung Focus, which will be launching on AT&T November 8th, is one of those devices, featuring a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, and then plenty of the other features made so "standard" by the Windows Phone 7 platform.

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Samsung Omnia 7 Hands On [Video]

Samsung Omnia 7 Hands On [Video]

With all the press releases and announcements, it's about time we got some hands on time with the handsets being shown off this morning (or afternoon, for those in Europe). The first handset on deck is Samsung's offering for the region, the Omnia 7. Featuring Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 7 mobile Operating System, and touting the same high-end internals as all the other devices set to launch soon enough, the Omnia 7 has one distinct feature: that Super AMOLED display.

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Samsung Omnia 7 Windows Phone 7 handset outed early

Samsung Omnia 7 Windows Phone 7 handset outed early

Samsung's Omnia 7 has joined the LG Optimus 7 in getting an early Windows Phone 7 reveal this morning, with the company's Russian arm outing the 4-inch Super AMOLED WVGA handset already.  The 122.4 x 64.2 x 10.99 mm smartphone runs the 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 processor with 8GB of onboard storage and a 5-megapixel autofocus camera.

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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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Verizon Samsung Fascinate on sale now

Verizon Samsung Fascinate on sale now

Tempted by a slice of Android and Super AMOLED in your life, but refuse to give up your CDMA coverage?  Verizon's Samsung Fascinate - one of the Galaxy S family, in case you hadn't noticed - has gone up for sale as promised on the carrier's site, ahead of in-store availability tomorrow.

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Samsung to Boost Production of Displays from 3 Million to 30 Million in 2011

Samsung to Boost Production of Displays from 3 Million to 30 Million in 2011

We've heard word about Samsung's intentions of opening a new plant all the way at the end of 2009, but it's finally getting official. Samsung Mobile Display's Vice President of Marketing, Lee Woo-Jong, has confirmed in an email to Down Jones Newswire, that their upcoming plant (which is scheduled to open mid-2011) will boost the display production from a reported 3 million, to a projected 30 million per month.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Heading to Verizon

Samsung Galaxy Tab Heading to Verizon

The news about Verizon getting a tablet probably wasn't a surprise to most people. Considering the second largest wireless carrier in the United States is toting Apple's iPad, there's no shock that Verizon would want to jump on the competition train. Also not surprising: Android's involved. We know that Motorola's planning a 10-inch model of their own, but this new internal screenshot is a bit surprising to the rest of us.

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LCD Androids best AMOLED in browser battery testing

LCD Androids best AMOLED in browser battery testing

AMOLED was billed as the double-punch to traditional LCD panels on smartphones: better image quality and lower power consumption, adding up to a handset that lasted longer and was nicer to use.  According to Laptop's testing, however, the reality isn't quite so clear cut.  They put eight Android smartphones - including the DROID X, Epic 4G and EVO 4G - through their paces running a custom battery testing app, and found that Motorola's LCD panels actually came to the top of the pile.

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AT&T Samsung Cetus i917 Windows Phone 7 leaks

AT&T Samsung Cetus i917 Windows Phone 7 leaks

Windows Phone 7 must be close, because the leaks keep on coming.  Another Samsung smartphone has poked its head into the wild, believed to be the Samsung Cetus i917 headed to AT&T's clammy clutches.  Packing the usual WP7 hardware into a glossy black casing that's a little more discrete than HTC's two-tone Schubert/Mozart, we're guessing that means the previously spotted prototype was indeed just a model used for internal testing.

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