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Samsung rolls out Media Hub Beta for users of AT&T Galaxy S II, Receive $25 voucher towards content

The Samsung Media Hub allows you to watch thousands of movies and TV shows on your Samsung Galaxy S series smartphone or Galaxy Tab. Samsung just rolled out the Beta version of Media Hub for AT&T Galaxy S II users. It lets you watch select movies and TV shows not only on your Galaxy S II, but also on any 2011 Smart TV via the Media Hub Beta application.

Upon signing up you will receive a $25 voucher that can be used within the Media Hub Beta app. At the conclusion of the program, you will receive a short survey so you can provide feedback. Hit the source link to sign up.

Samsung plans on adding a series of new services to the Media Hub program, so this is just the tip of the iceberg.

[via samsung]

Samsung Droid Charge officially available April 28th

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It’s official folks, Verizon will be launching the Droid Charge on Thursday April 28th 2011. This will be the first from Samsung which puts a huge pack of technology in an LTE device. The Samsung Droid Charge also has a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash, 1.3 megapixel front camera, 1 GHz processor, HTML 5 web browser capabilities, and full 4G/LTE network connectivity.

As a bonus, those who purchase the Droid Charge will also get a free $25 Media Hub credit from Samsung for movie rentals or purchases. To see more on that promo, click here.

So many new devices….so little money after buying 3 of them!

Click here to view the full Press Release.

Verizon Galaxy Tab price drops to $500, also now includes $60 in free movie rentals

Have you been holding out on nabbing yourself a Galaxy Tab until a drop in price? If so, then you may be interested in hearing that Verizon has decided to lower the price from $599.99 to $499.99. A hundred dollar price drop is pretty significant, but that’s not all you’re getting, folks. The Big Red Galaxy Tab now comes with a $60 movie voucher good for renting movies from either the Blockbuster app or Samsung’s Media Hub.

Also, for those of you who may have purchased one in the last two weeks and are now cursing up a storm, you can simply head on down to Verizon and claim your $100 rebate. This all sounds pretty great, but is it still enough to make you want to get one? Leave us a comment below and let your voice be heard!

[via Droid-Life]