Samsung today announced a more affordable, WiFi-only version of its Samsung Galaxy Camera.
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Also known as the EK-GC110, the Samsung Galaxy Camera WiFi remains exactly the same device as the Samsung Galaxy Camera, just without the cellular connectivity chip placed inside. It still includes the 16.3MP camera with 21x optical zoom as well as the 4.8-inch display and 1.4GHz quad core processor. Pricing and availability has not been revealed, but it’s said to be quite a bit cheaper than it’s cellular enabled predecessor.
The dust has barely settled after rumours of an Apple iWatch lit up the internet, now there seems to be a Samsung made smart watch in the works.
The Samsung smart watch dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Altius, is said to be in development by Samsung. The leaked screen shots indicate that it may have a 500×500 pixel display and it has 256MB of internal storage. The Galaxy Altius runs on Altius OS which may very well be a customized version of Android, a Java-based OS or even Tizen based. The user interface has tile-like elements which may just have been inspired by Windows Phone. Altius is Latin for higher and has also been rumoured to be the codename of the Samsung Galaxy S IV.
Considering Samsung’s innovation in flexible display and their ongoing efforts to keep up with the ever expanding market, a Samsung smart watch may just be the innovation they need.
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The HTC One has once again been leaked, only this time around there’s an official image of the black version as well as pricing for the US.
The HTC One, with its striking resemblance to the BlackBerry Z10, is expected to feature a 1.7GHz quad core Qualcomm S4 processor and a full HD display. The HTC One is said to launch on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the beginning of March and it’s said that pricing will be the same for all three carriers. The 32GB HTC One will cost $199 on contract whereas ther 64GB HTC One will retail for $299 on contract. HTC is expected to launch the device next week just before MWC 2013 kicks off in Barcelona.
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Samsung today announced their new Rex line of smart feature phones in India, aimed at compete with Nokia’s budget oriented Asha line of devices.
The devices, the Samsung Rex 60, Rex 70, Rex 80 and Rex 90, will come with loads of pre-installed applications such as Facebook, Twitter and GTalk and the Opera Mini browser as well as 10 Gameloft gameswith the option of obtaining more from the Samsung App store. All four devices will offer 1,000mAh batteries, microSD card slots, dual-SIM capabilities and prices will range from $79 to $120.
The Samsung Rex 60 will feature a 2.8-inch QVGA display and 1.3MP camera, the Samsung Rex 70 will feature a 3-inch QVGA display and 2MP camera, the Samsung Rex 80 will feature a 3-inch QVGA display and 3MP camera as well as WiFi and the Samsung Rex 90 will feature a 3.5-inch HVGA display with a 3.2MP camera and WiFi.
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The latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, has started rolling out to LG Google Nexus 4 users.
The update has been confirmed to bring a lot of bug fixes and speed as well as usability improvements. In addition to the under the hood tweaks, LG Nexus 4 users will now enjoy new battery notification sounds when wireless charging is activated as well as when the battery is running out of juice. Unofficial access to the unsupported embedded LTE has also been taken away leaving users wanting more, though the LTE only worked in limited areas to begin with.
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