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While having a conversation with a close Sprint source, we ended up getting some new details on the Now Network’s Q3 lineup. We came away with details on the Samsung Galaxy S II, but also found out there’s another Galaxy S sequel on the way. Our source revealed to us that Sprint has plans to release a follow up to their popular slider the Epic 4G. The Epic 2 and Galaxy S II are set to be a part of Sprint’s Q3 roadmap. This means we can expect to see something between July and September. Our source says they’re expecting Sprint to ride out the EVO 3D as their premiere Android device for the majority of the summer and that we can most likely expect a late August to mid-September release for these devices.
How do you push a quality product in a market dominated by the competition? That’s easy, you put it in the hands of the people it’s marketed towards. Samsung will be doing just that with their Galaxy 10.1 Tab. Before the year comes to a close Samsung will be partnering with American Airlines to bring their 10-inch Android tablet to premium seating customers. The Galaxy 10.1 will carry a specialized version of Honeycomb, which will be loaded with flight related entertainment, such as American Airlines’ media streaming service. There is even talk of expanding the tablet’s memory. Check out the full press release after the break.
Samsung was kind enough to send over their latest tablet offering better known as the Samsung Galaxy 10.1. Besides the obvious sex appeal, there’s more than what meets the eye with this piece of tech goodness. Under the hood you’ll find: a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and Android 3.1 running the show. We’ll have a full review up soon, but feel free to ask any questions you might have now.
T-Mobile to be Serving up the Samsung Exhibit 4G and Samsung Gravity SMART Sometime Later This Month
T-Mobile and Samsung just keep on cranking them out! AT&T’s potential acquisition has just announced two new Android phones that won’t put a hurting on your pockets. The Samsung Exhibit 4G and the Samsung Gravity SMART will both cost you under $100 after their applicable rebates. Take a look at what these budget handsets have to offer:
Samsung Exhibit 4G
- 1GHz processor
- 3-megapixel rear facing camera (with flash)
- Front facing camera for video chat
- Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
- 4G connectivity via T-Mobile’s HSPA+
Samsung Gravity SMART
- Android 2.2 (Froyo)
- 3-megapixel camera
- Full slid-eout QWERTY keyboard
Both devices are currently scheduled to release later this month. For more details check out the full press release after the break.
There’s been a lot of back and forth between the major mobile carriers about who offers the most bang for your buck. Sprint apparently is trying to raise the bar, by lowering it. Our Super Spies are at it again! Pictured above is the Samsung Trender, an entry level phone with below average specs, but there’s more than what meets the eye. Releasing on June 5th, the Trender will cost only $29.99 on contract and will sport a package of unlimited talk and text at a low, low price of $49.99 per month. This may not be the trailblazing device of your dreams, but it seems almost ideal for someone with kids who love to talk and text. We’ve been advised that this plan is for individuals only and that data will be an additional charge, but considering the phone’s 2.8-inch display, are you really gonna browse the web on this thing?
Earlier in the year Samsung had a promotion running where if you purchased select 3DTVs from participating retailers you’d receive two pairs of 3D glasses free. At this point some people still haven’t received their free 3D glasses, but we’ve got some good news for you! Samsung is launching a site dedicated to making good on the promotion’s promise and will be providing 3D glasses to customers who purchased qualifying TVs between April 24th 2011 and June 25th 2011. You’ll need to file a claim within 90 days of purchasing your TV and provide proof of purchase. It’s good to see this situation being resolved, because what’s the point in owning a 3DTV without 3D glasses? Full press release after the break.
We’re halfway through 2011 and Samsung has showed no signs of slowing down and continues to consistently crank out quality smartphones. Their latest stateside effort the Infuse 4G will be AT&T’s first 21Mbps true HSPA+ (4G) handset, but is it fast enough? The Infuse’s 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display also tries to answer the questions, is bigger really better? Or is there such a thing as too much of a good thing? Over the past few days I’ve buddied up with this phone and really pushed it to its limits. Does the Infuse 4G have what it takes to be someone’s everyday phone? Or is it just another pretty face? Move past the break for my full review.
Are you a Verizon customer looking to to make the jump to LTE, but the HTC ThunderBolt isn’t exactly floating your boat? Did our stellar review of the DROID Charge give you a glimmer of hope that there just might be an LTE device in your future, only to find out the device had been delayed? Well turn that frown upside down! We know it’s Friday the 13th, but today is your lucky day! We’ve been hearing the DROID Charge is finally ready for its big release and tomorrow is supposed to be the big day! So are you ready to pony up $300 for some Super AMOLED Plus loving?
Update: Verizon makes it official the DROID Charge goes on sale tomorrow!
Samsung was kind enough to send their latest superphone over and of course we had to do an unboxing! The Infuse 4G is fully loaded with a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, and a 1.2GHz processor. We’ll have a full review up soon for this beastly device, so keep your eyes open for that in the near future. Also we decided to flash a $25 Samsung Media Hub promo code in the video, so the first to grab it, gets it!
Over the past week I’ve arguably spent more time with the DROID Charge than most of my friends and family. Verizon’s first LTE powered device the HTC ThunderBolt didn’t really float my boat, but the question is would the second time be a charm? The DROID Charge comes in ambitious and fully loaded featuring: a 1GHz processor, an 8-megapixel camera, a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, and a beautiful Super AMOLED Plus display. So do all of these goodies and the inclusion of an LTE data connection have what it takes to make the Charge Verizon’s new headliner? Move past the break for my full review and find out.