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Best Applications Of New Samsung Galaxy S III

The new Galaxy S III was launched on all major US wireless carriers in the same form factor by the Samsung. After using this device, it is clear that the Galaxy S III is the hottest device and now many people are planning to pick it up soon. You can also recycle your smart phone and get a new Galaxy S III.
This comes in a professional looking with navy blue box covered with sleeve wrapped around it that has some highlighted features on it on the back. Inside you can find all the USB cable, USB charger, and a wired stereo headset. It has 4.8 inch display with the metallic blue-black is attractive as well.
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Samsung Wave Review

Samsung Wave isn’t just any ordinary device. Running Samsung’s own OS for the first time and being packed with some impressive features, this smartphone built up a lot of expectations. Did it live up to them? Here’s what you need to know before deciding whether to purchase this device or not.

Design and Quality

At first glance, Samsung Wave is a winner. It looks sleek, with its polished metal body making it look like a high-end device. With only 10.9mm thickness, Samsung Wave feels really slim. It can be easily held in the hand. The 3.3″ super AMOLED multitouch capacitive screen on this device really lives up to expectations. With 480×800 pixel resolution, image and text look bright and clear and contrast levels can really blow your mind away. Moreover, there are multiple viewing angles and screen visibility outdoors is great. Below the screen there are the Call and End keys, with a large diamond shaped Menu key in the center. While the left side houses the volume rocker, the right side holds the camera key and lock and the top of the Samsung Wave holds a 3.5mm headset jack and microUSB port.

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Samsung Freeform Review

Samsung Freeform is a stylish mobile phone that ought to appeal to the youth. Targeted towards users who want to primarily use their smartphones to message and make calls, this device has a full QWERTY keyboard. So does it perform basic functions well, or does it fail to do so? Here’s finding out.

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus: First Impressions

What has been causing a flutter these days is Samsung Galaxy Nexus, a device produced by Samsung carrying the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. This device was officially announced in Hong Kong a few days back. While this smartphone comes with some admirable specifications, it is worth investigating more about this device. A closer look reveals the following:

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Samsung Admire Review

Samsung has been bringing out a range of smartphones for users and a first look at Samsung Admire, released in September, would give the impression that this is a fairly standard looking smartphone. But what kind of features does it have in store? Is it worth a purchase? Here’s taking a closer look:

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Samsung Indulge Review

The first 4G LTE Android device in the U.S. was the Samsung Indulge available on MetroPCS. Released in 2011, this Galaxy device offers a host of features. Here’s taking a closer look.

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Samsung Rogue Review

Samsung Rogue U960 is a touchscreen device with a keyboard. It was released in 2009, much after Samsung Glyde had been received with mixed feelings. Available on Verizon, Samsung Rogue is a larger device than the Glyde and offers a variety of features. Is it a good buy for users? Read on to get a clearer picture.

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Samsung Transform Review

The much awaited Samsung Transform was announced last year after much anticipation. Though it was speculated that this would be another high-end Android device delivering a powerful performance, it proved to be something else. Did Samsung Transform live up to its name (by doing something remarkable) or was it just a reordering of older elements? Here’s taking a closer look.

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Samsung Infuse 4G Review

Samsung Infuse 4G, a recent offering from Samsung looks smart with a giant screen and slides into the pocket easily. Introduced at CES 2011, this device was marketed at $199.99 with a two-year contract. This recent offering from Android has a slim size coupled with a large display and is making users curious about what it has to offer. Here’s taking a closer look:

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Samsung Impression Review

The Samsung Impression is one of the TouchWiz devices that was released in 2009. While it contains some of the conventional features that have been seen on Samsung phones, this device packs in some updates to the hardware. But does it live up to customer expectations? Here’s taking a closer look.

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