Samsung to Round Out ‘Galaxy’ Series with 9-inch Tablet?

If you look at Samsung’s line of “Galaxy” devices, you’ll notice that the company has just about every screen size covered. There are several 4-inch phones, a 4-inch iPod Touch-like media player, 4.3- and 4.5-inch 4G handsets, a 5-inch Wi-Fi tablet, the 7-inch Galaxy Tab Android tablet and the upcoming 10-inch Galaxy Tab 10.1 …

Samsung Intros 10-inch Android Tablet, Ultrathin Smartphone

Samsung has added a 10-inch form factor to its line of “Galaxy Tab” Android tablets. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, as it’s called, features a 10-inch 1280×800-resolution screen, dual-core processor, and two cameras.

The tablet runs Google’s new made-for-tablets operating system, Android 3.0—also known as Honeycomb—and measures 0.4 inches …

AT&T and T-Mobile Tout 4G Devices Ahead of Verizon iPhone

With the Verizon iPhone looming, AT&T and T-Mobile both have some impressive 4G-compatible Android phones rolling out this month. And T-Mobile’s got a 3D-capable Android tablet rolling out sometime after that.

AT&T’s HTC Inspire 4G (above, left) has a big 4.3-inch screen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor and is priced extremely …

CES: Samsung ‘Notebook 9’ Series to Challenge MacBook Air

Apple’s most recent line of MacBook Air computers is an impressive competitor in the ultraportable notebook market. While the 11-inch MacBook Air weighs in at just 2.2 pounds, the 13.3-inch version actually strikes me as somewhat more impressive given that its got a nice, big keyboard and the screen resolution is a whopping 1440×900 …

Samsung Prepping Android-based iPod Touch Competitor

Samsung is apparently readying an Android-based music player based on its popular line of “Galaxy S” smartphones.

The Galaxy Player will be similar to Apple’s iPod Touch in that it’ll basically be an Android phone without the phone part, much like the iPod Touch is more or less an iPhone without the cellular chipset.

Will Samsung Sell 330 Million Handsets in 2011?

A unnamed Samsung official said that they hope to move 330 million handsets next year, an 18 percent increase from 2010, according to Reuters. It’s a bold number to state, especially because Samsung only sold 195 million units by the end of the third quarter of 2010. They’re expected to close out the year with a solid 280 million, and …

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