Samsung Event live from New York City

Samsung Event live from New York City
We are following with uplifted interest Samsung's recent achievements in the smartphone industry. The world's number two cell phone manufacturer keeps the innovation going on hardware level, where it put into good use years of research, resulting in the Super AMOLED screen, and the blazing Hummingbird chipset

Today's Samsung event in New York city is expected to unveil the Galaxy Tab Froyo tablet for the US market, and its Media Hub store for renting and purchase of digital multimedia content. A similar event was staged by Samsung for the grand unveiling of its flagship Galaxy S US carrier versions. We were there for the first event, updating you with details and hands-on experience.

We are here today as well! You can follow the feed below for live coverage of the developments!



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4. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

omg.. video chat over only on Wi-Fi too... and they wanna beat apples' products!? I guess 3G connection just cannot cut it. and there is STILL no pricing..

5. bearwoody unregistered

No wonder it's reportedly much less pricey than the Euro model. No phone?!? This was the whole reason I wanted it, and was planning on being first in line for it, because it looked like it was going to be an all-in-one device. At this point, it's a huge fail in my book. DOA. I'm due to get contract pricing on a new Verizon model in 6 weeks. Now it's either going to be the Droid X or an HTC (Desire HD, or Merge, or whatever). BTW, my current phone is a Samsung. They lost me with this bright move. I've also been holding off getting an e-reader because of this. So I guess Sammie has also shoved me toward the Kindle. Why should I pay for two data plans, for a phone AND the Tab? And, even if I was willing to pay another data fee for a tablet, why would I go for a 7-incher? This thing is a flop already.

3. p_tr1ck

Posts: 8; Member since: Dec 04, 2009

3 megapixel camera in the rear? I guess it's not meant to replace anyone's digital SLR or decent point & shoot. Makes you wonder why they have a rear camera at all. The front-facing cam is all a tablet really needs.

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

Google themselves already told us that android 2.2 would not be recommended to run Tablets unless it comes with Android 3.0. Some places having a chance to play with Galaxy S Tab confirmed that some market apps are not downloadable and some are not even adjusted to Galaxy S Tab's scale, thus leading to a funny and not centered images. I wanted to own one of those tablet too but after reading more into it, I suggest you to wait a little longer like what I am going to do. I think eventually I might get a hTC tablet or something with Android 3.0 with Tegra 2 chipset. Plus these tablets don't have S. Amoled screens, which is a bummer!

1. Shelley unregistered

I love Google and the Android OS. Had the Moto Droid and just got the Fascinate. I am in Droid heaven and Samsung just made me a Saint !!! So I am very much interested in a tablet created by SAMSUNG ******

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