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Baidu-powered Dell Streak Pro D43 gets hands-on treatment

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Dell's dual-cored Streak Pro D43 has arrived in the hands of our colleagues over at Engadget Chinese. In a detailed tour of the first Baidu Yi smartphone, they've unearthed a built-in battery and perused the Super AMOLED Plus qHD display, tempered with Gorilla Glass. The casing is little thick...
Baidu-powered Dell Streak Pro D43 gets hands-on treatment

Samsung’s quad-core Galaxy S III reportedly just 7mm thick, set to launch in May

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Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S III will reportedly be one of the thinnest smartphones in the world when it is unveiled in the coming months. South Korea’s Electronic Times News on Monday cited unnamed sources in claiming Samsung’s upcoming flagship superphone will pack impressive specs into a case that is...
Samsung’s quad-core Galaxy S III reportedly just 7mm thick, set to launch in May

Samsung Galaxy S3 launches today: Hardware and software rumor round-up

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Later today, Samsung — the largest phone manufacturer on the planet — will launch the Galaxy S3 at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event in London. Other than Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5, which should arrive in the fall, the Samsung Galaxy S3 will be the biggest (and most anticipated) launch of...
Samsung Galaxy S3 launches today: Hardware and software rumor round-up

Samsung Galaxy S III preview: hands-on with the next Android superphone (video)

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You remember that Galaxy S II? A phone so good they launched it, well, a whole load of times. But after seeing phablet cousins and LTE variants, the true handset sequel is finally here. The Galaxy S III is moments away from being outed in front of journalists and...
Samsung Galaxy S III preview: hands-on with the next Android superphone (video)

Samsung Galaxy Note Review: Head-To-Head With The Galaxy Nexus And Streak 5

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If last week’s showdown between the Droid 4, Droid 3, and iPhone 4S didn’t get your blood pumping, prepare yourself for the heavyweight round. We’ve got the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note going up against the Dell Streak and the beastly Galaxy Nexus. Obviously the Streak is a somewhat older...
Samsung Galaxy Note Review: Head-To-Head With The Galaxy Nexus And Streak 5

Samsung: Galaxy S III with a 3D display? Forget about it.

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Samsung must be enjoying the amount of buzz its next flagship Android smartphone is generating, despite the company’s silence on what will be included in the device and when it will launch, but it has today moved to quash any rumours it is about to incorporate a 3D display in...
Samsung: Galaxy S III with a 3D display? Forget about it.

HTC One S review

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HTC One S hands-on at MWC 2012 (video) HTC Sense 4 review HTC One X reviewIn some alternate universe, the One S would be HTC's flagship phone. There's the new, forged-for-space body, a uniform 7.8mm thickness and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display -- normally enough to qualify for the...
HTC One S review

Samsung sends out event invites to “come and meet the next Galaxy” on May 3 in London. Galaxy S III incoming?

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Samsung could be just weeks away from unveiling its next flagship Android smartphone — the Galaxy S III — on May 3 after the company began sending invites with the tagline “come and meet the next Galaxy” for an event that will be held in London at the start of...
Samsung sends out event invites to “come and meet the next Galaxy” on May 3 in London. Galaxy S III incoming?

Samsung holding March 22nd event, 7mm-thick Galaxy S III to be announced?

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Earlier this month Samsung confirmed that it wouldn't be launching the Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress 2012, but now we have a new date to look towards: March 22nd. According to Frandroid, that's the day Samsung will be holding a media event in France, and while there's...
Samsung holding March 22nd event, 7mm-thick Galaxy S III to be announced?

Samsung's Galaxy S II celebrates 20 million sold, just in time for MWC

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After crossing the 10 million units moved threshold back in September, Samsung has joyously announced ahead of MWC 2012 that its Galaxy S II family of phones has sold 20 million since launching in April. According to Samsung, taking just ten months to hit the mark puts it ahead...
Samsung's Galaxy S II celebrates 20 million sold, just in time for MWC
Verizon’s Galaxy S III preorders begin June 6th, start at $199.99

Samsung Galaxy S III is official: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, quad-core Exynos processor and gesture functions

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The Galaxy S III is Samsung's new flagship smartphone and it's finally broken cover at the company's stand-alone Mobile Unpacked event here in London. With a steady stream of fakes, outright leaks and even event rescheduling, Samsung's claimed almost crazy levels of interest for its new smartphone. Weighing in...
Samsung Galaxy S III is official: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, quad-core Exynos processor and gesture functions
AT&T Reveals The $49 Samsung Focus 2, Their Cheapest LTE Windows Phone Yet

US Cellular ships first LTE smartphone: Samsung Galaxy S Aviator

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Welp, that didn't take long. Just weeks after US Cellular's first LTE device hit the shops (yeah, the Galaxy Tab 10.1), in flies the carrier's first 4G LTE smartphone. It's the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator taking the crown, shipping today with a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchpanel, front-facing camera,...
US Cellular ships first LTE smartphone: Samsung Galaxy S Aviator
Watch The World's Thinnest Smartphone Pound A Nail Into A Board

Editorial: Engadget on the Samsung Galaxy S III

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Samsung Galaxy S III preview Under the microscope: Samsung Galaxy S III's HD Super AMOLED display Samsung Galaxy S III wrap-up Was it everything you imagined? The Galaxy S III didn't really slap us silly with hardware spectacle or a particularly brave design and instead plowed into software additions...
Editorial: Engadget on the Samsung Galaxy S III

Samsung issues one final reminder: We’re about to launch the next Galaxy

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The upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy (or “next Samsung Galaxy” ) is arguably the most anticipated unveiling of an Android device ever. Just to be sure though, the Korean firm has sent out one final reminder of its event in London today (or tomorrow for those in the US)…especially...
Samsung issues one final reminder: We’re about to launch the next Galaxy
Samsung reveals dual-core 'Odyssey' and 'Marco' Windows Phone 8 devices
Samsung Galaxy S III hands on: fast, thin, and a little bit cheap feeling
Samsung Galaxy S III review
Official: HTC One X, One S, and One V launching April 2nd in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Is this the Samsung Galaxy S III?

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Samsung’s highly anticipated next-generation flagship smartphone has reportedly been pictured. Dutch mobile blog GSM Helpdesk on Wednesday published what it claims to be an official press photo of the Samsung Galaxy S III, obtained from an unnamed source. The site also reasserts a wide range of specs exclusively reported by...
Is this the Samsung Galaxy S III?

How would you change the Samsung Focus S?

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Samsung's 4.3-inch Mango phone looked and felt very much like a Galaxy S II, even down to that lovely Super AMOLED Plus display and its plastic housing. It packed the same internals as the Focus Flash, excepting that it came with 16GB rather than 8GB on-board. It was perfectly...
How would you change the Samsung Focus S?

Samsung’s Galaxy S III is already Amazon Germany’s bestselling smartphone

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Even though Samsung’s ‘Next Galaxy’ smartphone is still just under two weeks away from being unveiled at Earls Court in London, the device is already the top-selling smartphone on Amazon.de, beating a number of the company’s other handsets — including the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Nexus — into top...
Samsung’s Galaxy S III is already Amazon Germany’s bestselling smartphone

Under the microscope: Samsung Galaxy S III's HD Super AMOLED display

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By now you should already know that the brand-spanking-new Samsung Galaxy S III sports a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display. That's right: no "plus" here, which means this 720p panel is featuring the same old PenTile RBGB pixel arrangement -- just like the 4.65-inch version on the Galaxy Nexus...
Under the microscope: Samsung Galaxy S III's HD Super AMOLED display

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 review (Verizon Wireless LTE)

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 review (international edition) Verizon Galaxy Tab 7.7 with LTE hands-on Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus reviewSamsung's Galaxy Tab series boasts seven distinct models. Throw in all of the variants of each one -- LTE, WiFi, WiMAX and even the Galaxy Note 10.1 if you want...
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 review (Verizon Wireless LTE)
Asus Padfone available in April: it's a phone, tablet, and laptop — with a stylus headset

Samsung debunks rumors of March 22nd Galaxy S III unveiling

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Samsung will be holding a press conference in France on March 22nd, however it will not be unveiling the highly anticipated Galaxy S III smartphone at that event. Since the South Korean company announced the event, numerous outlets reported that the next-generation handset would be the focus. The French...
Samsung debunks rumors of March 22nd Galaxy S III unveiling

Samsung Galaxy S, II and III pitted against one another in DisplayMate shootout

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Feeling nerdy? Good, because the folks at DisplayMate have put together quite the comparison of the three different AMOLED displays featured in the Samsung Galaxy S, II and III smartphones. While the study places an emphasis on quantitative measures -- and thus leaves more subjective qualities out of the...
Samsung Galaxy S, II and III pitted against one another in DisplayMate shootout

Samsung Galaxy S III to sport 1280x720 resolution?

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The next Galaxy S class phone could offer a Super AMOLED Plus display with a resolution of 1280x720 pixels, according to the latest scuttlebut. [Read more]...
Samsung Galaxy S III to sport 1280x720 resolution?
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