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Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab to hit Best Buy for $499

October 25th, 2010

When Verizon Wireless announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab, there was a fair amount of skepticism about the unreleased device’s $599 price tag. Now, according to a leaked Best Buy advert, it appears as though a Wi-Fi only model will be making its way to Best Buy Mobile for a more modest $499. The Wi-Fi only …

Samsung Galaxy S Android 2.2 update gone till November

October 21st, 2010

So sad. It looks like those Galaxy S owners who are still, very patiently we might add, waiting to get Android 2.2 on their handsets will just have to wait a little longer. According to a tweet by Samsung Mobile UK, the company’s Froyo update will “be available in the UK from early November” and …

Verizon Wireless to offer Samsung Galaxy Tab on November 11 for $600

October 20th, 2010

Today, Verizon Wireless announced that the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab would be available, starting November 11, for $600. The device will be sold for its full retail price with no data plan requirement; a $20, 1GB monthly plan can be added post-purchase. No word on whether the $20 data plan is month-to-month (like the iPad) …

Samsung Galaxy S officially blessed with Android 2.2

October 15th, 2010

Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S (GT-i9000) is officially getting Android 2.2. The press release — which is dated October 18 — lists: voice-controlled GPS through Google Maps with Navigation, faster performance by JIT(Just in Time) compiler, Search in-browser, and Adobe Flash Player 10.1″ as some of the improvements being implemented by Froyo. The …

Samsung Galaxy Tab launching November 14th on Sprint for $399?

October 8th, 2010

One of our Sprint sources just messaged us to let us know that the Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab is set to launch right around November 14. How about pricing? Well, we’ve also been told the 7-inch tablet will sell for $399 with a 2-year agreement and $599 full retail. That’s all we …

U.S. Cellular to offer Samsung Mesmerize, a Galaxy S phone

October 6th, 2010

If you’re rocking a contract on CDMA carrier U.S. Cellular, listen up. The company has just announced that they will be offering the Samsung Mesmerize; a full-touchscreen Android smartphone that carriers that Galaxy S moniker. Like all Galaxy S phones, the device will sport a Super AMOLED display (4-inch), 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, 5 megapixel …

10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab slated for first half of 2011

September 23rd, 2010

According to Gary Twohig, manager of Samsung Mobile in Ireland, a 10-inch iteration of the company’s Galaxy Tab. Silicon Republic is reporting that Twohig, “revealed that Samsung is preparing to launch a 10-inch version of the Galaxy Tab by the first half of 2011 which will also come with Android and a V8 Javascript engine.” This is obviously …

Samsung Galaxy S line getting Android 2.2 in late October?

September 21st, 2010

The Facebook page of Samsung Mobile España has posted up a quick note that seems to indicate the Samsung Galaxy S will be getting its Android 2.2 update in “late October.” Why is this important? Samsung previously indicated that, like the roll out of the device, updates to the various handset models would come more …

Samsung Galaxy Tab promo video hits the web

September 20th, 2010

If you’re dying to get your hands on the sexy, 7-inch slab that is due out from Samsung “this fall,” listen up. A two minute promo video, showing you just how you can use your newly acquired Tab, has hit the web. The video doesn’t reveal anything new, but it does provide a couple laughs; …

Samsung Galaxy Tab storming U.S. shores, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T

September 16th, 2010

You wanted an Android tablet and and now you’ve got one. Today, Samsung announced that the very well publicized Samsung Galaxy Tab would be hitting the store shelves of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon this October/November. Samsung did not specify what the 7-inch, Android tablet would cost — instead saying carriers would announce their own pricing — but did …