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Galaxy S TV Out function Review Preview: Samsung Galaxy S   TV Out demo

This is a preview of the TV Out feature on the Samsung Galaxy S. The Samsung Galaxy S looks very similar to the Samsung Beam. It utilizes a large 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED screen, a 1GHz processor and the Android 2.1 operating system. The camera is 5MP with option for 720p HD video recording at 30 frames per second. Other goodies include 3G, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, HD video playback, as well as playback for many other formats like FLAC, and MKV.

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ScreenShot00781 Screen Comparison: Super AMOLED vs AMOLED vs LCD in extreme light conditions

This is a comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S vs Sony Ericsson  X10 and the HTC Desire in extreme light conditions. Check it out after the break...

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Spotify Symbian: Spotify updated   Added local files and social supportSpotify for Symbian devices got updated today and the new updated version brings a number of the great social and local file features to Nokia, Sony Ericsson or Samsung compatible phone.

The additions include:

  • Support for playing and wirelessly synchronizing local files to your phone
  • The Inbox and Starred features have been added
  • We’ve added support for the Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro and Nokia C5 phones

To download Spotify, head over to m.spotify.com via your mobile browser.

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20100609001080 0 Samsung: iPhone 4 Retina display is ok, but AMOLED is betterApple and Samsung Electronics are engaged in a war of words over displays used in their newest smartphones, with the two sides claiming superiority. Apple CEO Steve Jobs challenged display king Samsung on Monday, touting the “Retina display” used in Apple’s latest iPhone, and supposedly made by Samsung’s archrival LG Display, at its developers’ conference. Jobs said the Retina display is much better than the AMOLED display, which is used in Samsung’s newly-launched Galaxy S smartphone, citing its higher resolution.

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nokia n82 Nokia N8 vs Omnia HD vs iPhone 3G vs iPod Touch   OpenGL Benchmark

One of the few lucky guys that owns a Nokia N8 has made an OpenGL Benchmark comparison between the Nokia N8 vs Samsung i8910 HD, iPhone 3G and the iPod Touch. You can find the results after the break...

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Samsung Wave Samsung Wave unboxing and Bada OS demo

Matt unboxes the new Samsung Wave handset and give a demo of the Bada operating system. The Samsung S8500 Wave is the first smartphone running on the new OS Bada. Samsung has ensured that the flag "first Bada phone" was given to a strong representative. This model can brag with the new Super Amoled capacitive touchscreen of 3,3" which has a lot of other related features like accelerometer, proximity sensor, TouchWiz UI 3.0, Handwriting recognition and Smart unlock - all protected by a scratch resistant glass. The internal memory depends on the version, can be 2Gb or 8Gb, however you can always expand it with a microSD card. In what concerning the other features, everything is on board: GPS, Digital Compass, Google Maps, Wi-Fi, FM radio with possibility to record etc. and a great digital camera as a crown: 5Mp with autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, face, smile and blink detection. All this runs smoothly due to the high performance processor ARM Cortex A8 1GHz.

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VH410 1 Sony Ericsson launches VH110 and VH410 Bluetooth headsets

VH110 Sony Ericsson launches VH110 and VH410 Bluetooth headsets

Divided into four simple categories, Talk, Play, Listen and Go, the new Sony Ericsson Extras now makes it even easier for consumers to understand how to add a new experience to enjoy their handset. Offering a total product experience and enhanced mobile possibilities, the four Sony Ericsson Extras categories will give clear information to consumers and help them make the right choice in store.

  1. Talk: Freedom to talk wherever you are – chat away with products that include Bluetooth and wired headsets
  2. Play: Get more fun everyday – these accessories turn handsets into products that offer new experiences for those who love to play around with gadgets
  3. Listen: Easy superior audio solutions for the everyday – listen to favorite tunes or video clips anywhere with Bluetooth speakers, headphones and snap on speakers.
  4. Go: Solutions for any situation – transfer, charge or carry with these ‘essential accessories’

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Windows Phone 7 Gaming Twin Blades Twin Blades demo on Samsung prototype running Windows Phone 7 Series

Windows Phone 7 Gaming - Twin Blades on Samsung Prototype. Check out the gameplay after the break...

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