Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus—Lift The Lids Off To Pick Your Latest Date

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8.0 is all set to launch in the markets soon, giving tablet consumers yet another very interesting option. So we decided to compare it against the existing Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus to see if you should stick with this buy or wait until the Galaxy Note 8.0 hits the market? The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is a successor to the popular Galaxy Tab 7.0 and is powered by a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor. It has a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1024X60p pixels and comes with 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage, in addition to a microSD card slot. The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus runs on Android 3.2 Honeycomb which can be upgraded to Android 4.0 ICS – we find it rather obsolete now in the age of Android Jelly Bean though. The Galaxy Note 8.0 has a more powerful quad-core processor, an 8-inch [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Compares To A Damsel With Gall- Makes You Let Go LG

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We are already having butterflies over the Samsung Galaxy S4 that laces its pre-landing buzz with space and spunk enough to steal my sleep away. Here is a no-holds-bar peek into the damsel all decked to arrive with sheen and in style. The promotion for the Galaxy S4 has outclassed it sleek looks, by our opinion. The makers are promising lightning fast upgrades on the Android OS for the Galaxy S4. As far as the pricing tale and the timeline for availability is concerned, we failed to get much insight. However, knowing that this could be the first smarty with IR blaster added to the breezy Air View spec, a winner is surely sharpening swords to push Samsung way above all others—once again. The Multi Window capability harking back to the Note 10.1 and Note 2 also cozies up in the Galaxy S4. Backed with sturdy quad core Snapdragon processor [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 In The Ring With Samsung Galaxy Note 2- The Winner Emerges Shaken Not Stirred

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The Sony Xperia Z almost managed to end my from my Samsung Galaxy fixation  but before it got too late, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 jolted me back into senses. Just when I thought that I must switch camps, Samsung stirred such a cocktail that shook me up. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was not up to my expectations– here is a faceoff between the two titans that Samsung has already crowned as darlings. Opening magic – A quick look at the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and I knew that a winner was in my hands. The 6.3-inch screen size is one good reason that catapults the Mega to a rank higher than the Galaxy Note 2. At 5.5 inches, the Note 2 fails to look into Mega’s eyes. The PLS HD display in the Mega 6.3 further hogs the limelight beating Galaxy Note’s HD Super AMOLED display in Round I [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs Samsung Galaxy Mega—On Restricted Ground, For Limited Territory

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Samsung simply cannot take things easy. Leave aside wars with competitors; Samsung seems to challenge itself with each new launch. With two hotshot devices due for launch soon the Galaxy is bound to get starrier. The stars this time are christened Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Mega. The best part about these devices is the massive screens. May might bring in the Galaxy Mega pumped with LTE and without it. The Galaxy Note 3 could debut at the IFA this year. Before we get to touch them up close, here is a faceoff between the two. Power to the Galaxy stars- The Galaxy Note 3 will come with the Exynos 5 octa-core processor. The Mega has a 1.7GHz dual-core processor. Just as the line is simply put, so are the marks on this count into Note 3’s kitty. When the entrails are so strong, why would the [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Rings A Melody—Gongs A Rhythm That Harks Back to Samsung Grand

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Samsung is binding books too tight and pages too close. With its smartphones selling like hot cakes, users are still lost in the Galaxy cocktails. With Samsung Galaxy S lineup, Note series and more, Samsung is brewing soup that is slated to get spicy and hotter! We have first hand insight into what Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could look like. Catch it if you can. The youngest sibling from the Note line of kids from Samsung family shall be 5.9 inch wide. Reminds me of Samsung Galaxy Grand but might be way better– with a fiery 800 quad core 2.3 GHz processor. Spunk this up with 128 GB ROM and 3GB RAM, the Lime Pie fed Galaxy Note 2 spits fire that caresses users with its addictive heat. Oh, before we forget, this rendition of the Note shall come loaded with a never-expected pixel tag on its shutter. The real [+more]

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Google Goofs Up Its Nexus 10 Gimmick—Too Much To Give, Too Less To See

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Emotions do work up excitement. Marketing through mass media indeed appeals to user emotions to excite them to grab a product. This is perhaps the bottom-line that Google believes with its vehement Nexus 10 advertisement campaign. However, all said and done, does the advert work up reasons why it could be better than Samsung Galaxy series and Apple’s iPads? The answer lies in- No! Though we see a lot of touching, caressing and the like on the Nexus screen, would a newbie gauge the real meaning? How could you understand that Google focuses on the new Android 4.2 Jelly Bean in the tablet? The reference to Google play Books, Google+ and Magazine too remains undermined. We saw the hangouts, the video conference possibilities on the Nexus via the advert. Nevertheless, how could Google forget to highlight that the tablet supports 10 video feeds at once! How would we know until [+more]

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Samsung’s Woes to Continue: Jury Award Cut by $450 Million; Second Trial Ordered

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In one of the biggest conflicts among tech majors, the ongoing courtroom drama between Apple and Samsung has taken a new turn. Judge Lucy Koh appears to have a slight change of heart in the lawsuit filed by Apple against Samsung alleging patent infringement. The judge has reduced the formerly announced $1.05 billion damages Samsung was to pay Apple by $450 million. She has also stated the need for a fresh trial to calculate the damages Samsung should pay up. Koh had ruled that 14 products of the Korean manufacturer had infringed of Apple’s patents, and during the trial, the jury had computed damages per device, instead of calculating the damages on the basis of the number of patents each device had infringed upon. Samsung’s Galaxy SII, Galaxy Prevail, Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus S 4G are some of the more popular devices included in the list of 14 products. The [+more]

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Apple iPhone 5 Seems Wary Of Losing Fan Base To Samsung Galaxy S III: Heat Is On

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After Steve Jobs, perhaps another Steve is iconic in his association with Apple. We mean Steve Wozniak—for all those, yet unacquainted—he is the co-founder of the market giant Apple. Now when a statement comes from such an individual, it sure means serious business. Woznaiak was vocal in opining that Apple cannot take its fan base for granted and in the race for retaining its popularity and position, it indeed lags behind in terms of specs that define a smartphone. With the Korean Samsung leaving no second whereby it is not pulling its ropes tight, Apple needs to take the value of sizzling up its products with innovation. With Samsung Galaxy III innovations could not just be re-defined, but could well be refined. Multi-windows, no-sleep space for the phone and the sexy S-Beam, Samsung could indeed come out with another wonder kid on the block. With competition in such style, Apple [+more]

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AT&T Adds Samsung Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Rugby Pro To Its Line Up

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  Leading US operator AT&T has announced that it will add two new Samsung Galaxy smartphones to its inventory, apart from the previously-announced Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. AT&T has further added to its Galaxy pool the 4G LTE Express and Rugby Pro. Samsung has been saying that the Galaxy Express will be the right product for first-time smartphone users. This is going to be an Android 4.0-based device with a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus touch screen. It will have a 1.5-GHz dual-core processor and 2000 mAh battery. The Rugby Pro is for those who are a little more active on their smartphone. It “can handle whatever life throws at it,” a Samsung news release claims. This phone is waterproof, shock resistant and dust-proof. It comes a 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED display and a 5-megapixel rear camera. The Rugby Pro would have access to Enhanced Push-to-Talk. AT&T [+more]

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7digital: The Newest Mobile Music Power Player for Smart Phones

7digital, the newest digital music retailer for smart phones, will be of interest to all those who enjoy music and like to keep their playlists updated. Giving tough competition to iTunes store, 7digital has moved a step ahead by announcing another big manufacturer carriage deal. 7digital, which is already being used by Samsung for its MusicHub on the Galaxy handsets, will now also be used to power downloads for 20 million HTC Android phones. This will include HTC’s flagship One, throughout Europe, Middle East, Africa, Canada and Australasia by the end of 2012. In order to have access to this new power player HTC users shall have to create an account with 7digital, following which  they can not only buy songs from 7digital but can also use their 7digital locker through 7digital.com or even rival devices. With two popular brands, Samsung and HTC, joining hands with 7digital for their music [+more]

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