Galaxy S

Ahead of a February event, Samsung teases Galaxy S/Note merger

Last summer, Samsung announced that – for the first time in a decade – it wouldn’t be releasing a new Note. The future of the well-loved phablet was a big, open question, as the hardware giant a

The Next Samsung Galaxy S Takes Shape

Samsung has a new flagship smartphone coming soon, likely at Mobile World Congress next week, and new details are emerging about what the next smartphone from the Korean mobile giant will be packing.

Samsung To Debut Its New Galaxy S In New York On March 14 As Rivalry With Apple Heats Up

It appears that Samsung has once again joined a growing list of companies that have decided not to release their flagship devices at Mobile World Congress. Reuters reports that the South Korean electr

Samsung’s Galaxy S Smartphone Series Passes 100M Channel Sales, Driven By Flagship Galaxy S3

Samsung just announced another smartphone sales milestone: its Galaxy S series has passed channel sales (or sales to retailers, not end users) of more than 100 million units since launching in May 201

Samsung Rumored To Reveal A Smaller Spin On The Galaxy S III Next Week

A good chunk of Samsung's recent smartphone releases seemed intent on stretching people's hands beyond their limits, but it seems like the company may be ready to buck that trend very soon. Accord

Galaxy S Blaze 4G Lights Up T-Mobile Shelves On March 28

Word of the <a href="">Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G</a> first broke around the time Team TechCrunch was roaming the caverno

No Ice Cream Sandwich For Galaxy S And Galaxy Tab, Says Samsung

Sorry Galaxy S owners -- even though your device has a near-identical spec sheet to the ICS-friendly Nexus S, Samsung has announced on their <a href="">corporate blo

Over iPhone And iPad Patents: Apple Sues Samsung In Japan

The patent <a href="">war</a> between <a href="">Apple</a> and <a href="">Samsung</a> is co

T-mobile's Galaxy S 4G page up 'n' running

Last week we told you that T-mobile had announced their 4G variant of the near-ubiquitous Galaxy S. Well, for anyone that’s itching for this high-speed variant, I’m happy to tell you that

T-mobile Samsung Vibrant Froyo update begins today, T-mobile commits to 3-5 month Android update turn-around

<img src="" />There's nothing quite like an Android update to make your day just that much better, so you T-m

New Samsung Galaxy Phone To Be Called The Galaxy Cooper In India

Phone names, like band names, are getting weirder and weirder. To wit: the Galaxy Ace, an already goofy name, will be called the Galaxy Cooper in India, suggesting a PR campaign featuring some sort of

Samsung Galaxy S hits 2 million units sold in Korea, soon to reach 10 million worldwide

<img src="" />Like we needed any more evidence that the Galaxy S is slowly taking over the world, but Samsung <a href="

Samsung Epic 4G Gets Naked For FCC

With the Samsung Epic 4G launching very soon, here’s an interesting alternative view of the device. If you dig around enough on the FCC website, you’ll be able to find nude pictures of alm

Samsung Galaxy Hits 1 Million Sales

Good news for Samsung; their new Galaxy phone has hit 1 million sold after just 45 days of being on the market. That’s a pretty impressive number for a phone that doesn’t come from Apple.

Review: Samsung Galaxy S (AKA AT&T Captivate, T-Mobile Vibrant, Verizon Fascinate, Sprint Epic 4G)

Short version: A powerful and attractive handset held back by a few interface quirks and matters of taste. The Galaxy S series still is probably the best large (as opposed to medium, or extra-large) A

Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate for AT&T

<img src="" /> I can't say much about the Galaxy S Captivate <a href="

4G Samsung Galaxy S Pro specs surface, HTC cries a little

<img src="" />The title of "hottest Android handset right now" has been passed around a fair bit of late, from th

AT&T announces the Samsung Captivate, their version of the Galaxy S Android superphone

Remember a few months back, we used our super-Internet-sleuthing abilities to break the news that AT&T would eventually be getting a Android handset that was oh-so-similar to the just announced Sa

Video: Samsung Galaxy S torn to pieces in front of your very eyes

<img src="" />Looks like the new (and super-hot) <a href="

Samsung Galaxy S launched in Europe, rest of the world comes later

<img src="" />So maybe Samsung thought it was a bit ambitious to launch in <a href="
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