T-Mobile is promising big savings on Samsung’s latest flagship super-phone, the Galaxy S5 compared with rivals AT&T and Verizon.
Consumer Cellular the ‘no contract’ mobile phone service provider has added two more Android smartphones to its line-up. The LG 930 and the Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate.
Samsung has announced the Samsung Galaxy Mega that comes in two sizes at the boundary between a smartphone and a tablet. There is a 5.8 inch and a 6.3 inch version, both with HD screens that run on the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS.
Samsung says that the Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available in the U.S. from April 11. It’s a rival to Apple’s iPad mini and was unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February. The Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available in stores and online at retailers including Amazon.
Mobeam has announced that the new Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone will be the world’s first mobile device to integrate its light based communications (LBC) technology so it can beam traditional 1-D barcodes. Mobeam converts barcodes, coupons, loyalty cards and gift cards into a beam of light that can be read by every one of the estimated 165 million laser scanners in use today by retailers worldwide.
Samsung has finally announced the fourth generation Galaxy S smartphone, the Galaxy S4. It has the world’s first Full HD Super AMOLED screen, and at 5-inches is slightly bigger than its its predecessor the Galaxy S3.
Samsung has announced Jelly Bean updates (Android 4.1) for both its Galaxy Note 10.1 and its Galaxy Tab 2 devices (Wi-Fi versions). Users can expect improved S Pen support and the ability to easily open and resize multiple apps in layers etc.
Samsung Mobile is giving Galaxy smartphone users in the United States a new way to enjoy music while on the move called Galaxy Muse. Its an MP3 Player similar to the iPod Shuffle.
MetroPCS has just added the Galaxy Admire 4G to it Samsung Galaxy portfolio – just in time for Christmas. This model is an an updated version of MetroPCS’ existing Galaxy Admire.
AT&T has announced that it will release the Samsung Rugby III for $99.99 from Dec. 14. Its a tough flip phone that stands up to the elements. With a two-year Enhanced Push-to-Talk contract, business users can pick up the device for free.