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Capitalizing on the success of its flagship smartphone, Samsung is releasing a more rugged spin-off of the GALAXY S4. Dubbed the “GALAXY S4 Active,” the new phone will meet the IP67 standard for durability, designed to allow it to handle conditions the majority of consumer electronics can’t. You’ll find this tough new device on sale at AT&T locations starting June 21, with presale starting today
From sending emails to watching HD video, an all-in-one processor is designed to make every operation on your smartphone smoother, faster and more energy efficient.
The highly regarded Google keyboard, gesture typing and all, is coming to the entire Android line-up by way of the Google Play store. Previously only available on the Nexus line, Google’s keyboard was sorely missed by some consumers who opted to purchase other Android devices, like Samsung or HTC phones. Now, any device running on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) or later will be able to install the keyboard as an app.
Good things come in small packages, too. Soon you’ll be able to pick up a mini, lighter version of the popular Samsung GALAXY S4 smartphone, powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon®400 processor.
Starting June 26, Google will offer a special edition of the HTC One with a “Nexus user experience” through the Google Play store. The phone will still be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor and feature the gorgeous all-metal unibody design.
Good news Verizon customers with a Samsung GALAXY S III: your phone is about to get a serious software update that will bring a host of fixes and new features to S III users, including Multi Window capability and the Best Shot camera feature.
You'll now be able to snag a crisp, white version of one of most popular Android smartphones–the Google Nexus 4 by LG. Just in time for summer, the new version gives Android and Nexus 4 fans a whole new shade to showcase Google’s clean, pure Android operating system.
Sometimes that low-battery alert sneaks up on you, usually when there isn’t an outlet in sight–and you’re expecting an important call or text. What if an app was designed to extend your battery life simply by learning how you use your phone most?
Tech fans cheered as Google announced their version of the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor powered Samsung GALAXY S4, loaded for the first time with a pure, stock Android operating system.
Samsung released data this morning showing that their newest flagship smartphone model, the GALAXY S4, has been a huge success with consumers. Since its release on April 27, the S4 has sold 10 million units. To celebrate the milestone, the manufacturer announced the production of a slew of new colors to supplement the stock white and black models that are currently available.
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