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Samsung Galaxy S4 unboxing gallery

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Features, Galleries

Samsung Galaxy S4 Gear Live

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the talk of the town as it pertains to Android smartphones at the moment (though one could argue that the HTC One deserves just as much attention.) Samsung's new flagship sports a 5-inch 1080p display, LTE connectivity, and a bunch of those nature sounds to make it more calming (or something.) While we are working on our full Galaxy S4 review, we put together a photo gallery showing off the device itself, along with the included accessories. Go ahead and check out our Samsung Galaxy S4 unboxing gallery for all the goodness, and stay tunes for the review.

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Google announces Samsung Galaxy S 4 with stock Android Jelly Bean, drops June 26th for $649

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Handhelds

Samsung Galaxy S 4 stock android

Google has announced a new version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 during the opening day Google I/O keynote, which runs the latest stock version of Android Jelly Bean. This means that the specialized smartphone sports the Nexus experience. It's compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile LTE networks, completely unlocked. The bootloader is unlocked as well, and the device sports 16GB of on-board storage, expandable with a microSD card. One major benefit is the promise of immediate system updates to newer Android versions, thanks to the stock Android being used. Since the phone has no contract, it won't be cheap. The stock Android Jelly Bean version of the Galaxy S 4 will go on sale on Google Play on June 26th for $649.


Watch Samsung’s weirdly theatrical Samsung Galaxy S 4 Event [Video]

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Event

There's weird and then there's Samsung weird. Watch all the theatrics unfold as Samsung unveils its latest phone: the Samsung Galaxy S 4. The event took place in New York in grand broadway style motif at Radio City Music Hall. Full video after the break.

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Purported Samsung Galaxy S IV videos leak ahead of tonight’s announcement

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Cell Phones, Handhelds, Rumors, Videos

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Leak

It appears that someone has been naughty and wants to spoil the party by uploading videos of the new Samsung Galaxy S IV smartphones before the launch tonight in New York City.

The first video highlights floating touch, which I presume allows the user to manipulate the screen without making physical contact. The feature was first introduced by Sony's Xperia Sola last year. Check out all four videos after the break.

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Samsung Galaxy S IV images leak ahead of announcement

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Handhelds, Rumors

Samsung Galaxy S IV

Samsung will be formally announcing and unveiling the Galaxy S IV later tonight, the follow-up to the massively popular Galaxy S III. As has pretty much become typical in the consumer electronics world, we are seeing info leaking all over the place. We already got teasers of the Galaxy S IV from Samsung, but here you can see the device in full view. We've got a couple more pictures after the break as well. Excited? Here are the specs:

  • 1080p 4.99-inch screen
  • 1.8GHz 8-core chip
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 16 GB storage
  • MicroSD slot
  • 2600mAh battery
  • 7.7mm thick
  • 138 grams

Also expect eye-tracking technology that will do things like scroll content for you automatically, and pause video if you happen to look away.

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Samsung releases teaser image of Galaxy S IV smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S IV teaser

As we know, Samsung is set to announce the Galaxy S IV on March 14. Today, the company released a teaser image of what is sure to be its next big success. Above, you see an outline and just a bit of the Samsung Galaxy S IV. Of course, we'll get the whole reveal this Thursday.

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Samsung confirms Galaxy S IV event for March 14 in NYC

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Handhelds, Rumors

Samsung Galaxy S IV invite

Looks like the rumors of a Samsung Galaxy S IV March 14th announcement have come to fruition. Samsung has released an image inviting press to an event in New York City on March 14th that features the text "Ready 4 The Show: Come and Meet the Next Galaxy" which is pretty much a dead giveaway. However, if you're still suspicious, how about this quote from JK Shin, Samsung's mobile division chief:

"We introduced the Galaxy S III in London last year, and this time we changed the venue (to New York)... as we were bombarded with requests from U.S. mobile carriers to unveil the Galaxy S IV in the country."

We've also got the tweet from Samsung Mobile's Twitter account that backs all of this up.

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Samsung Galaxy S IV to be revealed on March 14

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Handhelds, Rumors

Samsung Galaxy S IV leak

Word on the street is that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S IV on March 14th. The Galaxy S line is Samsung's flagship, and is going to be a big deal as the next flagship device from one of the two companies that are dominating the mobile phone hardware landscape. The Galaxy S IV will not only go head-to-head with the iPhone 5, but also the upcoming HTC One as well. Rumored Galaxy S IV specs include:

  • 4.99" Super AMOLED 1080p display
  • Exynos 5 Octa chipset with 8-core processor
  • 8-core Mali-T678 GPU
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 13-megapixel rear camera with 1080p video recording
  • 2-megapixel front-facing camera

Of course, we'll have all the news as it happens in just under a month. In the meantime, peep the purported leak of the design of the device up top.

Read More | The Verge

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