Whispers of two upcoming midrange Samsung ‘phablets’ have been floating around for a while with their original names being pegged as the Galaxy Fonblets, but then later dubbed the Galaxy Megas.
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The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 has had its specifications supposedly confirmed today. Features include a 5.8-inch qHD touch display, 9.7mm thickness, a 1.4GHz dual core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, a 8MP camera as well as a 2,600mAh battery. Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi and GPS have also been confirmed and the Galaxy Mega will come with Android 4.2.2 preloaded, of course being skinned by Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface. The 5.8-inch version will be a dual SIM midrange phablet.
Samsung seems to be enlarging the screen sizes of their devices after their entry level Galaxy Win, which was announced earlier this month, was announced with a 4.7-inch touch display.
The Samsung Galaxy S4′s little brother, the more affordable Samsung Galaxy S4 mini, is said to be announced some time later this week where the world will finally and officially meet Samsung’s successor to the Samsung Galaxy S III mini.
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SamMobile has received insider information from a Samsung employee that says that the South Korean company will unveil the new smart phone later this week with availability starting in late May, early June. The Galaxy S4 mini will initially only be available in black and white variants, but knowing Samsung that won’t be the only colours available for too long.
The Samsung Galacy S4 mini will reportedly feature a 4.3-inch AMOLED display with a 960×640 pixel resolution, an 8MP rear facing camera and run on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. No pricing or an exact release date has been revealed as of yet, but the device will have several different variants available including an LTE version and a dual SIM version.
Just a week after its announcement at Mobile World Congress 2013, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 has already been spotted in a ‘new’ colour.
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The official colour, Charcoal Black, is expected to play a supporting role to the already known ‘Marble White’version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, known as the Galaxy Note 520 in India. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is yet to go on sale, but it remains to see what other colours will be available on the market when it officially goes on sale later this month. The Galaxy Note 8.0 features an 8-inch WXGA display, a 1.6GHz Exynos quad core processor, 2GB of RAM and comes in either a 16GB or 32GB model, both of which feature a microSD card slot.
Samsung’s popular second generation ‘phablet’, the Samsung Galaxy Note II has just added three new colour variants to its line up.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note II has been praised for its long lasting battery and Samsung has shown their continuing support for the device by adding three new colours to the line of devices. The ‘Titanium Grey’ and ‘Marble White’ variants will now be joined by the likes of the ’Amber Brown’, ‘Ruby Wine’ and ‘Topaz Blue’ variants. Other than the new makeup, the Galaxy Note II will remain exactly the same and a successor in the near future may just sound farfetched right about now.
The world has been eagerly waiting to see what Samsung has up their sleeves for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV that is expected to be the company’s 2013 flagship device. Now, we have a date for the big reveal; March 14.
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Rumours have been circulating for months now as Samsung has kept one of their biggest devices yet a secret. Many believe it will be a tremendously advanced upgrade from the current Samsung Galaxy S III flagship, others believe it only brings along a few minor upgrades. Samsung has tweeted an open invitation to visit Times Square in New York City on March 15 at 7pm to see the big reveal, which may yield 2013′s biggest device, of course Apple always has the last laugh. Speculations have suggested that Samsung will be unveiling the device on one of Times Square’s huge screens for the whole world to see.