Samsung Galaxy S

Samsung Galaxy S Does Video Out Through 3.5mm Audio Jack [video]

Our Android devices are pretty amazing, right? Well, we can safely say the Samsung Galaxy S just got a bit more amazing today? The Galaxy S is the only Android phone that can offer video out using the 3.5mm audio jack. It seems the international version of Samsung Galaxy S has a TV out option built into the display setting that lets you pick your TV type (PAL or NTSC). Also, it is easy to operate. All you need is a 3.5 mm jack to the standard AV ports on your TV.

Samsung Fascinate First Images Appear

When the Samsung Fascinate was announced, along with the Epic 4G and Vibrant, it was the only one of the devices not to have a picture associated with it. And, while we agree that that was kind of ridiculous, we can safely say that the wait was worth it. Thanks to the guys over at Phonescooper, we've got our first image of the Samsung Fascinate.

Samsung Fascinate for Verizon Wireless Officially Announced

Another Android phone has come to Verizon Wireless, this time it's the Samsung Fascinate. The Galaxy S device has turned up with different names for different carriers. The Fascinate runs the Android 2.1, other features include a mirror black case, the browser if capable of surfing full HTML websites and is pre-loaded with Bing maps. Another

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.

Samsung Galaxy S has been rooted !!!

That’s right folks, the galaxy S has been rooted. It’s not freed from its stock shackles. Soon there will be custom ROM’s, kernels and other things being released. And dare I say it, Froyo? This process looks pretty straight forward but some users have been reporting issues with getting it to work.

T-Mobile’s Twitter Mystery Device Is The Galaxy S? (RUMOR)

If you’re a diehard T-Mobile fan, you might be aware of their recent Twitter game. We are now on the third clue on which device they might unveil real soon. So far, all the evidence has lead Tmonews (and us) to believe that the mystery device in question is non other than the Samsung Galaxy S.

Galaxy S vs. Desire vs. X10 – Direct sunlight screen test

It’s a well known fact that AMOLED screen look terrible at best in direct sunlight. This makes the device almost unusable in direct sunlight. This is the one area where an LCD screen has a slight advantage over AMOLED screen. Samsung has just eliminated that advantage with the release of the Super AMOLED screen that made its debut on the Galaxy S.

Samsung Galaxy Q to Feature Physical QWERTY Keyboard, Heading to US

The argument about having a full, physical QWERTY keyboard or one of the "soft" kind is a time-tested one. And it's probably not going anywhere any time soon. It's all about personal preference, but unfortunately there's just times when you're favorite hardware manufacturer doesn't give you what you want, so you're forced to look at something else. Well, for Samsung, it looks like they're starting to focus more on the hardware, as the Galaxy S (up until the Galaxy S Pro, that is) has been focused on the software side, rumors suggest a new device is heading to the States, featuring a full physical 'board.
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