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Samsung Galaxy Camera coming to AT&T

Samsung’s new Galaxy Camera will be available to US customers through mobile network AT&T. The 16-megapixel camera runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean when it arrives, and the carrier notes that it will support 4G connection.

The Galaxy Camera is a hybrid between a camera and a mobile phone this device will come with:
- A quad-core 1 GHz processor
- 4.8-inch screen
- 21x optical zoom.

The price of the device has not been set by the US mobile telecom company AT&T but there is no need to worry as it will soon be revealed in the upcoming weeks.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Via: The Verge

Microsoft sends invites for Oct. 29 Windows Phone 8 event

Microsoft has been sending out invites for the launch event of the Windows 8 OS on Oct. 26 and the reveal of Windows Phone 8 Oct. 29.

The event’s going down at 10 a.m. PDT in San Francisco, nearly 3,000 miles from its W8 New York City event a few days before.

A lot of phones running the Windows Phone 8 OS will be released including HTC’s Windows Phone 8X and Windows Phone 8S to Nokia’s Lumia 920 and 820. Included in this list will also be Samsung Ativ S.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Via: TechRadar

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 2 factory photo confirms larger screen

The image shown above shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have a bigger display than its previous version. The photo above reportedly comes from a disassembled factory unit, leaked by an individual.

The original Samsung Galaxy Note has been dubbed a “phablet” and a smartphone-table hybrid due to a huge 5.3-inch screen. The new Galaxy Note 2 screen will be a larger 5.5 inch screen. With a bigger screen the Galaxy Note 2 will be sort of a miniature tablet, despite it being a smartphone in all but size.

With a large 5.5-inch display which means it is the largest smartphone ever released. The Galaxy Note 2 might not fit in your pocket, but comes with all the advantages of a tablet’s larger screen. The extra space will mean that Samsung will include impressive components such as an overclocked 1.6 GHz Quad-Core Exynos (Found in some versions of the S3). The Galaxy Note 2 could also have a 12 or 13-megapixel camera, if the rumours are to be believed.

Stay tuned for more updates, release dates etc.

Via: TechRadar

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 UK release date set for August 22

The long wait for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 looks like it’ll finally come to an end next week. The next generation tablet, which was announced back in February at MWC and has been on sale in the US since May is now listed on the Carphone Warehouse website.

Retailers are saying they expecting stock of the Ice Cream Sandwich tablet on August 22, this means that UK fans will be able to pick one up next Wednesday.


16GB Wi-Fi – £299
32GB Wi-Fi + 3G Version – £399

These are available in both black and white colours.

The Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 features a bright 1280 x 800 LCD display and a slightly-redesigned chassis, with the intention of keeping Apple’s eagle-eyed lawyers at bay.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Via: Engadget

Black Samsung Galaxy S3 may come soon

There may be another colour of the Samsung Galaxy S3 for Android fans that have not yet bought the phone yet. The colours you can currently choose from are a pebble blue, white and red (in some parts of the phone) but now a black device has appeared in Carphone Warehouse’s internal inventory.

The news comes from a Carphone Warehouse ‘insider’ who sent snaps of the on-screen listing to the Android Police website.

This picture leaked is similar to the one from Carphone Warehouse, prior to the Galaxy S3′s released that pointed to the launch of the blue and white devices. So given the facts we would believe that the elusive black shade may actually be on the way.

Last week photos of a black S3 appeared on the Samsung Facebook page, but rumours were it was photo shopped.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Via: Android Police

Samsung Mobile leaks new ‘Galaxy’ on facebook

Samsung Mobile South Africa has posted a photo of unknown handset, with a caption of “share the entertainment” on its Facebook page. Spotted by TechRadar tipster, the handset appears to sport a similar design to the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 this new phone supports dual speakers at the top and bottom of the device, which also features metallic boarder surrounding the front of the phone.

From the image we can see this is not a tablet as it supports a home button with two touch key similar to the galaxy series of the phones.

Stay tuned for more updates

Via: TechRadar

Apple Does Not Have To Apologise to Samsung Yet

A court has given Apple a stay of apology, ruling that Apple does not have to publicly post that Samsung does not infringe on iPad patent immediately.

Although this has not reversed its controversial decision to make Apple publicly concede that Samsung didn’t copy the iPad, the court is allowing Apple to appeal, with no action required until after a hearing in October.

Judge Colin Birss had ruled that Apple must put a notice up for six months in the UK explaining that Samsung did not infringe on its patents relating to the iPad.

Stay tuned for more updates on this case.

Via: Techradar

Samsung universal search removal was accidental on UK Galaxy S3

Samsung has confirmed to TechRadar that it accidentally removed Google’s universal search function on its flagship handset.

The Galaxy S3 was subject to a software upgrade recently – XXBLG6 – in the UK, which removed the ability to use Google Local Search.

However, a spokesperson for Samsung told TechRadar: “The most recent software upgrade for the Galaxy S 3 in the UK included the inadvertent removal of the universal search function. Samsung will provide the correct software upgrade within the next few days.”

Stay tuned for more updates on the correct software upgrade.

Samsung Dropping Features in Galaxy S3 Update

Rumours are emerging that Samsung is deleting the local search functionality from Galaxy S3 handsets.

According to Android Central, the new update called XXBLG6 is appearing on international versions of the S3 and stops users being able to use the Google search bar.

Following Apple’s legal win over the use of such functionality this is something that was suspected as coming for the US models.

Techradar has learned other models are getting a ‘lower’ update, which is three times the size, and while it also works as a bug-fixing, stability bringing change it doesn’t affect search powers.

Stay tuned to find out whether the update will come to the UK or not?

Via: TechRadar

Samsung 75inch Smart TV

Samsung have officially announced a whopping 75 inch smart TV, this is one of the biggest TV’s out there. This TV comes with built in motion controller which allows you to play the new Angry Birds game with the movement of your body.

The Angry Birds game will come on other Smart TV’s later this month, so stay tuned.

The Specs:

- Built in camera
- Sound share
- Dual core processor
- Highest contrast ratio


The price for the TV is currently $9,999 for the US, this model has not been announced for a international launch yet. Stay tuned for more information on the TV.

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