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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus hands-on: Welcome to a new era

by Joshua Vergara 1 day ago91 comments

Galaxy S8 vs Google Pixel: The two most important Android devices right now

by Joshua Vergara 3 hours ago20 comments

Galaxy S8 Plus vs Galaxy S7 Edge: How big is the generation gap?

by Lanh Nguyen 20 hours ago32 comments

Samsung Galaxy S8 feature focus: Bixby

by Robert Triggs 17 hours ago12 comments
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ODROID C1 review

The ODROID C1 is a single board computer with a quad-core processor that runs Android and Linux. And like the Raspberry Pi 2, it only costs $35.
by Gary SimsApril 1, 201515

Leaked: Samsung Galaxy Q Android 2.2 Froyo Super AMOLED smartphone

A user over at Android Forums posted is what is thought to be possible specs for an unannounced Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy Q.  According the details posted, the new device is to ...
by Derek ScottJuly 26, 2010

Samsung Vibrant Android smartphone available now on T-Mobile USA

Samsung Vibrant The Samsung Vibrant Galaxy S smartphone is available now on T-Mobile USA for $199 with a two-year service contract.  The device can be ...
by Derek ScottJuly 15, 2010

Samsung Captivate Galaxy S Android phone for AT&T available July 18

Samsung Galaxy Captivate Samsung and AT&T have announced that the AT&T variant of the Galaxy S, the Captivate, is expected to hit store shelves ...
by Derek ScottJuly 8, 20101
 
 

Samsung Galaxy S to land with AT&T?

FCC Samsung Galaxy S On the surface, the Samsung Galaxy S looks to be a nice phone. After all, it has a 4” Super-AMOLED display with accompanying ...
by James TromansApril 12, 2010178
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