WiFi Only Galaxy Tab 7″ hardware differs from 3G model

This looks like nothing but bad news, according to some pretty unhappy users over at the XDA forums it looks like the WiFi-Only Samsung Galaxy Tab (original 7" model) has been downgraded on more than just a few things. It is much less than just a Galaxy Tab with no 3G radio inside. This has nothing to do with the upcoming 8.9" or 10" but it is disturbing news either way. Users are reporting it to have different hardware inside all together, with Samsung never mentioning this that is not cool. Weaker GPU that performs much worse in gaming, video playback taking a huge hit with that as well, even lack of HDMI features and more.

Samsung Forte 4G LTE Android Handset for MetroPCS Leaked

Take a peek at this simple looking little lady, one that looks very similar to a phone (the R190) that was leaked yesterday, so similar, in fact, that we're not sure why MetroPCS would... you know... do such a thing. Two phones that look exactly the same and are - but the source this source is sourcing from (Samsung Hub) says that two are different.

AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G: Official and bragging Amazing specs

Well it's official, the AT&T Samsung Infuse is projected to be available in the second quarter of 2011. It will boast a 1.2 Ghz Hummingbird processor and feature the first 4.5in AMOLED Plus screen on any Android device. AMOLED Plus technology will feature 50% more sub-pixels for better outdoor usability. This smartphone is also said to be the thinnest device carried by AT&T.

Samsung Epic 4G for Sprint Reviewed by SlashGear

It's only been a few days since we heard official word from Sprint and Samsung when customers would be able to get their hands on the newest 4G capable device coming to market. You should have already got your reserve down, or even your pre-order, with a release date of August 31st set in stone for Sprint. And considering that's right around the corner, we figured you'd want a review of the device, so you could decide whether or not to pick it up come the end of the month.

Samsung Captivate and Vibrant Launching on Rogers and Bell Respectively

No surprises here, folks. Though, it is a bit strange to see that the Captivate and Vibrant are the options being sent up to the Great North, and not the international version of the Galaxy S. It must have something to do with the 3G bands, and how they don't have to work too hard to make them work on the Northern wireless carriers. In any event, both the Vibrant and Captivate are making their way up to Canada -- this month.

Samsung Galaxy S Heads to Brazil, Brings Digital TV Along for the Ride

Another day, another announcement regarding a Galaxy S device. We're not saying that we're getting tired of seeing it -- that'd be impossible with that screen -- but it's definitely getting kind of ridiculous. Samsung's making sure to go to extreme lengths to make sure that everyone has the option of purchasing this device. That certainly won't hurt Android's numbers, that's for sure. There's a big difference with this device, though, which is a good thing.

Samsung Vibrant for T-Mobile Hitting Shelves July 15th?

When the Samsung Vibrant was initially announced, it was confirmed by Samsung that the 4-inch Super AMOLED display, Android 2.1, 1GHz Hummingbird processor-based device would be available for T-Mobile customer purchase starting July 21st. And, as far as we could tell, there wasn't anything wrong with that date at all. Then again, Motorola's got their own launch happening on July 15th, with the Droid X ready to change everything all over again, so maybe Samsung saw that as a bit of a road block. Well, if rumors are true, then that's about to get a bit more interesting.

Samsung Epic 4G for Sprint Gets Nicely Crafted Promotional Video

We know how it is. Sometimes you just want to sit back and watch a nicely CG-rendered mobile phone video. Especially when it's just a bunch of promotional videos thrown together. And when it comes to Samsung preaching up their latest Galaxy S line of devices (in this case, the Epic 4G), there's definitely a lot to talk about. In the video you'll find out why Super AMOLED is better, and you'll even get a bold statement like the one in the image below. We do know that the 1GHz Hummingbird processor is fast, and apparently that's enough for Samsung to make some bold claims.

Samsung Galaxy S Gets Reviewed by SlashGear

SlashGear gets to have all the fun. Okay, okay, maybe just this time around. Anyway, by now you've heard about the Samsung Galaxy S. At least a few times. And yes, even if you live under a rock. It's Samsung's second device to feature their luxurious Super AMOLED display, but it's their first to do so with the Android Operating System tucked away underneath. And, thanks to the guys over at SlashGear, you get to find out whether or not you should be interested in the superphone from Samsung.
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