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Samsung Galaxy Exhibit joins the budget-friendly T-Mobile lineup

We had been seeing chatter about the Galaxy Exhibit coming available with T-Mobile and as of today, it looks like the carrier has made it all official. The Samsung Galaxy Exhibit has launched as the latest budget-friendly T-Mobile smartphone. The handset certainly doesn't have what we would consider high-end specs, but it is launching with Jelly Bean and perhaps more important -- with a low price point.

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 tipped for a US release with AT&T

We recently got a look at the UK pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 and while Samsung has also said the handset would be released for those in Europe and Russia, we haven't heard anything official in terms of a US release. With that in mind, recent rumors are suggesting the handset will be coming available with AT&T. While this may be good news for AT&T users looking for a massively oversized smartphone, there are some lingering questions.

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 UK arrival set for July

Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Mega back in mid-April. That announcement included word of a 6.3-inch and a 5.8-inch smartphone and while we haven't seen much for either model since, it looks like some pricing has been detailed for the Mega 6.3. The details are coming by way of UK retailer Clove who have the handset listed for pre-order with an expected shipping date sometime in July.

Samsung SideSync seamlessly blends your PC and Galaxy together

Earlier this month we heard a few comments regarding Samsung SideSync with their Windows ATIV branding announcement, but today we're now getting additional details. Samsung has introduced what they're calling SideSync, which will allow your PC and Galaxy smartphone to work together as one. It doubles as a backup solution, and can you even use your keyboard and mouse on your phone.

Samsung GALAXY S 4 approved for government and military use

Reports from earlier in the week suggested that select Samsung devices were nearing approval for use by the US government. Those reports mentioned the GALAXY S 4, however the overall approval seemed hinged on the Samsung Knox security software. Coming this morning, we have received word from Samsung in regards to the approval and moving forward, the US government and military will be able to use Samsung smartphones and tablets provided they are running the Knox security software.

Samsung Galaxy lineup may soon get Department of Defense approval

This isn't the first time we have heard about Android handsets coming available for use by employees in the Pentagon, however it looks like the Department of Defense is just about ready to issue an approval. The catch here comes in with which devices will receive the approval. Right now, it is looking like those will include Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Or more specifically, Samsung Galaxy smartphones that are running the Knox security software.

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 and 5.8 specs leak in detail

This isn't the first time we are hearing about the yet-to-be announced Galaxy Mega smartphones, however as of today it is looking like we have a full and complete set of specs for this pair of smartphones. The handsets include the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and the slightly smaller, but still oversized Galaxy Mega 5.8. Diving right in with the newly updated specs, lets begin with the Mega 6.3. This handset, as implied by the name, will bring a 6.3-inch display.

Samsung Galaxy Win announced with 4.7″ display and quad-core CPU

We saw a bit of detail on the Galaxy Win last week, however as of today it looks like Samsung has offered up some official details. The details include a full set of specs, however some of the key points remain a mystery at this point. Basically, that is to say that Samsung has yet to say anything in terms of pricing and an availability date. Not to mention, which markets would have the Galaxy Win available.
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