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New Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 And S-Pen Launched

Samsung has launched a latest Android inscription in South Korea, a Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 and a inscription comes with a new S-Pen. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 comes with a 10.1 in. arrangement that has a 1920 x 1200 pixel fortitude and facilities an octa core Exynos …

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Front Camera May Have Auto Focus

We have been hearing various rumors about the new Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphones, the handsets are expected to launch at Mobile World Congress 2017 in February of next year. According to a recent report the front facing camera on the new Galaxy S8 will come with auto focus, this is …

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Samsung Pay In The UK Delayed Until Next Year

Samsung were supposed to launch their Samsung Pay mobile payment system in the UK before the end of the year, the launch of the service has now been delayed until 2017. Samsung Pay is currently available in the US and South Korea and Samsung had said that it would launch …

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Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro Appears On AnTuTu

We have been hearing rumors about the new Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro smartphone for some time, the handset is expected to be made official next month. Now the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro has turned up on the AnTuTu benchmarks and this has confirmed some of the specifications for the device. …

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Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Lands In The US

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime launched in India back in September and now the device is available in the US through Amazon. The handset features a 5.5 inch display that has a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and it comes with an octa core processor. Other specifications …

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Samsung Galaxy A7 Gets WiFi Certification

We are expecting to hear about the new Galaxy A series of smartphones from Samsung shortly and now the Samsung Galaxy A7 has received its WiFi certification. The Galaxy A7 with the model number SM-A720X recently got certified by the WiFi Alliance, the handset also received FCC approval recently. The …

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