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Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy S4 launched with 8-core Exynos 5 processor

Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy S4 launched with 8-core Exynos 5 processor

By 26 April 2013

Samsung has announced a dual-SIM version of the Galaxy S4 packing the coveted 8-core Exynos 5 processor. The handset, which will sadly be a China only affair, should be the most-powerful iteration of Samsung's flagship smartphone available. The official... >>

Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S4 S View cover review

Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S4 S View cover review

By 26 April 2013

When Samsung launched its Galaxy S4 Android smartphone in New York a month ago, it also revealed a family of official accessories that would accompany its release. Later this year we'll see a gamepad which turns it into a handheld console, which was rather... >>

Samsung Galaxy S4: Waterproof, more-rugged variant also planned

Samsung Galaxy S4: Waterproof, more-rugged variant also planned

By 24 April 2013

A new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be coming later in the year, one that is waterproof, dustproof and more rugged. During the Dubai press launch of the conventional version of the new smartphone, Samsung's Gulf Electronics president Young Soo... >>

Samsung Galaxy S4's Gorilla Glass 3 screen is nearly invincible

Samsung Galaxy S4's Gorilla Glass 3 screen is nearly invincible

By 22 April 2013

The Samsung Galaxy S4 uses Gorilla Glass 3, the latest version of the ultra-tough display glass, to bring a near scratch-proof display to the phone. SamMobile has posted a scratch test which shows the new handset in action and, we have to say, we are... >>

Sky Go: Now available on SGS4, Xperia Z, and HTC One

Sky Go: Now available on SGS4, Xperia Z, and HTC One

By 18 April 2013

Sky has added more Android devices to the list of those compatible for Sky Go, the on demand video and TV show service from Sky for its customers. Sky has added support for the latest flagship Android handsets on the market including the new Sony Xperia... >>

Samsung Galaxy S4 will get US launch in April on seven carriers

Samsung Galaxy S4 will get US launch in April on seven carriers

By 17 April 2013

Samsung announced on Wednesday that its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone is launching in the US in April. No specific date was provided by the South Korea-based technology giant -- it's simply up to the carriers.  Samsung specified that the Galaxy S4 will... >>

S Orb tipped for Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Sammy's answer to Photo Sphere

S Orb tipped for Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Sammy's answer to Photo Sphere

By 9 April 2013

S Orb, a camera technology that is essentially Samsung's version of Photo Sphere, is being tipped for inclusion on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it launches later this year. Originally rumoured to appear on the Samsung Galaxy S4, it is believed that... >>

Pocket-lint Podcast #123 - McLaren, Microsoft, Samsung and HTC

Pocket-lint Podcast #123 - McLaren, Microsoft, Samsung and HTC

By 29 March 2013

It's Easter and that means there is no one in the office, no really. Well we say that but thankfully we don't have an office, so we grabbed Chris Hall, our esteemed editor, and Stuart Miles, founder and CEO of Pocket-lint to talk shop in a candid Easter... >>

Samsung reportedly planning mini-stores within Best Buy, similar to what Apple does

Samsung reportedly planning mini-stores within Best Buy, similar to what Apple does

By 28 March 2013

Samsung is preparing to hop-in the retail sector with stores inside of select Best Buys in the United States to help promote its new Galaxy S4, reports Geek.com. The move will help the company promote its latest flagship to the mass market, in a similar... >>

Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB £630 SIM-free, £100 more than iPhone 5

Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB £630 SIM-free, £100 more than iPhone 5

By 28 March 2013

It's been an exciting day for those looking to get their hands on the Samsung Galaxy S4, pre-orders have opened and all the contract tariffs have been revealed. There are even a number of giveaways and incentives being offered by several of the networks... >>


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