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Samsung Galaxy Stellar from Verizon updated to Android 4.1

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The Samsung Galaxy Stellar is receiving its update to Jelly Bean Android 4.1. Now that means we usually give you a big song and a dance over Project Butter and Google Now. The former makes the device so lag-free that you’ll be in stunned by it :) Update include support for microSD slot card capacity […]

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Upcoming Mid-Range Windows Phone Samsung Ativ Odyssey for Verizon Specs Leaks

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  We expected that new Samsung device for Verizon, called Odyssey and packing a Windows Mobile will show up at December, but it looks like we will finally see it at January/February with a sneak peek at upcoming CES 2013 next week. Leaked internal Verizon datasheet for this model, show up specs of upcoming device. […]

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Engadget: Samsung ATIV Odyssey for Verizon possibly spied at the FCC

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When Microsoft teased that Verizon would carry the Samsung ATIV Odyssey, it left just about everything to the imagination — we didn’t even see a real image. A new FCC filing may have given us a better (if all too incomplete) look. The device getting approval at the US agency doesn’t have any dead giveaways […]

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Softpedia: Samsung SCH-I925 (Verizon’s Galaxy Note 10.1) spotted at Bluetooth SIG

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Samsung’s SCH-I925 device, which appears to be none other than the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet PC, has been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG, where it received the necessary approvals with Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities packed inside. Rumor has it that the mobile phone might arrive on shelves at the wireless carrier with support for LTE connectivity […]

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Engadget: Samsung P500 and i915 tablets for Sprint and Verizon, Galaxy Note II for Sprint reach the FCC (update: Note II for US Cellular as well)

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When it rains, it pours. As if to clear the decks, Samsung has passed three devices through the FCC’s scrutiny at the same time. Two, the SPH-P500 and SCH-i915, are LTE-equipped tablets respectively headed to Sprint and Verizon with a dash of mystery; their label images imply a pair of Galaxy Tab 2 variants, but […]

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Engadget: Samsung Galaxy Note II variants for AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon possibly caught at the FCC

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It’s no secret that Samsung plans to bring the Galaxy Note II to many US carriers by mid-fall. Even so, getting there requires the FCC’s blessing — which makes us glad to see the regulator approve what might be three carriers’ variants of the giant Android phone. The SGH-i317 looks to be the model for […]

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androidcentral: Samsung to offer hacker-friendly ‘developer edition’ Galaxy S III on Verizon

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Want a Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III without all the huffing and puffing that comes a long with encrypted bootloaders? The manufacture has you covered, as it will offer a “developer edition” Verizon Galaxy S 3 through its developer portal for $599. The other U.S. versions of the Galaxy S 3 all ship with unlockable […]

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Engadget: Verizon support blames Samsung for locked bootloader in Galaxy S III (updated)

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Verizon cleared up its stance on locking the bootloaders in phones using its network earlier this year. In short: it encourages OEMs to do so, to keep its network humming along as Big Red feels it should. Well, it seems that VZW Support is telling a different story, as it’s laid blame for the Galaxy […]

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