A 20.3 megapixel camera with an APS-C sensor, 1080p video, interchangeable lenses, a fast shutter and Wi-Fi sharing, Samsung takes aim at the popular mid-range digicams from Sony and Nikon.
This 4.8″ Android phone isn’t sold on specs, instead promising an array of new features including voice control, face recognition, NFC file sharing, and a screen which dims when you’re not looking at it.
This top-of-the line Smart TV has a dual-core CPU, voice and gesture control, WebKit browser, LED micro-dimming and active 3D. 46-inch and 55-inch out now. 60, 65 and 75 inchers later this year.
Microsoft and Corning came up with the snazzy concept videos, but Samsung put its money where the future is. Its transparent, one-way touch screen window is usable both in daylight and at night.
With an ample 4 or 5-inch screen, and no phone contracts, this speedy Android-based media player is great for music, movies, games and web browsing – as long as you have Wi-Fi.
Galaxy Nexus has a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB RAM, 16/32GB storage, 4.65″ 720×1280 AMOLED display and 5mp camera. Runs Android 4.0, with improved UI, notifications and multitasking.
The Galaxy 10.1 tablet has a 10.1″ 1280×800 touchscreen, 1GHz dual core CPU, 8mp rear camera, 2mp front camera, Android 3.0, dual surround speakers, Flash, Google apps and more.
Samsung’s designers have nearly eliminated all traces of bezel on their latest LED/LCD televisions, dropping it down to a mere 0.2″. We’ve seen ’em up close, and they’re nothing short of stunning.
An Android 2.2-based cellphone with a 7-inch touchscreen, the Tab has many features that the iPad lacks, like Flash support, a 3.0MP camera, 1080p playback, and a microSD port. And a phone.
The Proxima concept is actually two devices – the rectangular phone and the wrist strap, which has a proximity sensor. The latter will beep if the two get separated by a certain distance.
Samsung’s BD-C8000 Blu-ray player offers a 10.3″ LCD screen and even supports 3D playback – on 3D televisions, but not on the built-in screen. Still, it’s worth a look if you want Blu-ray on the go.
AT&T’s version of Samsung’s Galaxy S just hit. The Android phone is just 9.9mm thin, features an exceptional 4″ Super AMOLED screen, speedy 3D graphics, a 5MP camera and 720p video recording.
At 30 lumens, the Samsung H03 is significantly brighter than other pico projectors. It weighs about as much as your phone, and has an LED lamp that will last over 30,000 hours. Out next month.
If you’re ready to jump on the 3D HDTV bandwagon, look no further than Samsung’s UN55C7000 HDTV, which cranks out bright 3D images in a svelte 1.1-inch thick package.
Samsung pitches its hat into the Android superphone ring with the Galaxy S; running Android 2.1, it features a 4″ Super AMOLED WVGA screen, 1 GHz CPU, and 5 MP AF camera.
Samsung teams up with Barnes & Noble for the E6, its first eReader for the US market; it features a 6″ display, built-in MP3 player, text-to-speech, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, and 2GB of internal memory.
Not to be outdone by the TL500’s fast glass, Samsung’s TL350 records 1080p videos and snaps 10 MP pictures simultaneously; it also features a 1,000 fps 138×78 pixel movie mode.
Samsung’s 10 MP TL500 offers surprisingly fast glass for a compact camera with an f/1.8 24mm ultra-wide angle 3x zoom lens; also: a RAW shooting and a 3″ multi-angle AMOLED display.
Samsung’s Wave makes waves by being the first Bluetooth 3.0 handset; the phone also features a 3.3″ AMOLED display, 1 GHz CPU, 5 MP camera, 720p video, and 802.11n Wi-fi.
Samsung’s 12.2MP HZ35W (WB650 in Europe) hits the spot for compact superzooms; 30mm thick, it features a 24mm ultra wide angle lens, 15x optical zoom, GPS, and 3.0″ AMOLED display.
Samsung’s NX10 is a hybrid DSLR with a 14.6 MP APS-C CMOS sensor in a compact body; it also sports a 3″ AMOLED display, 720p video, and a mirror box-less electronic viewfinder.
Samsung’s 14.1 MP CL80 is a Wi-fi enabled camera, with Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube uploading; it also features a 3.7″ AMOLED touchscreen, 7x optical zoom, and 720p videos.
Get some bling with your rings: Giorgio Armani and Samsung’s gold and black slider smartphone features a 3.5″ AMOLED touchscreen, full QWERTY, 5 MP camera and WinMo 6.5.
Samsung’s Moment, their first US Android phone, lands at Sprint on 11/1/09; it boasts a 3.2″ AMOLED touchscreen with slide-out QWERTY, EVDO Rev. A speeds, Wi-Fi and a 3.5 mm jack.
T-Mobile’s 4th Android phone, the Behold II packs a 3.2″ AMOLED touch screen, 5 MP camera with autofocus, video recording, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, up to 16 GB and Samsung’s TouchWiz UI.
Samsung’s AMOLED 12M / SCH-W880 is official: the camera-phone packs a 12 MP sensor, 3x optical zoom, 720p video, 800×480 3.3″ AMOLED display, UMTS/HSDPA, and Wi-Fi.
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