Samsung has been rapidly releasing new advertisements this holiday season. In this lengthy new ad, titled “Are You Geared Up?”, Samsung is showing how well its Galaxy Gear smart watch can impress others. Specifically, how it can help score that lucky lady. A man whips out his Gear while riding a ski lift and the woman becomes infatuated with it. After that, the setting moves to a party. There, Samsung makes fun of itself and other smartphone manufacturers. One guy fumbles his smartphone while another simply handles it with his Gear. Why Samsung is laughing at its own massive smartphones, I am not too sure.
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Samsung just released a nice video called “Galaxy Note 3 – Holiday Reflections,” which surprisingly doesn’t call out competitors, tell jokes, showcase major features of the device, or any other conventional marketing tactics Samsung normally uses.
Instead, the video shows Galaxy Note 3’s in a “winter wonderland” of sorts, reflecting familiar holiday images on their screens. The video can also be watched in full HD 3D inside YouTube if you have any 3D devices.
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Samsung has one heck of a marketing budget. So much in fact that campaigns are usually over the top, and the new Galaxy 11 campaign is shaping up to be no different.
The four minute cinematic shows a futuristic vision and demonstrates the idea of what we’re to expect for 2014. For those of you who don’t want to, or have the time to, watch the video, it shows an alternate planet Earth besieged by a hostile alien race. The aliens have challenged the planet’s finest athletes to a winner takes all contest. The prize you ask? Planet Earth. The all-star team is as follows:
We have heard that Samsung will be launching four new tablets early next year, and now we have a little more information about them. The Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (SM-T110/T111) will be the first to launch, and will probably be shown at CES. It will have a 7-inch display and will be available in Cream White. Next up is the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (SM-T320/T325), Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 (SM-T520/T525), and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (SM-P900/P905) that will land in February. These tabs will be available in either black or white, and you can expect 16GB of storage for the Tab Pros, while the Note Pro gets 32GB. We are also expecting AMOLED displays on these three tablets.
We’re not sure if these are on top of the rumored 10.5-tablet that we heard about a couple of days ago, or if that tablet is actually the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 with misinformation regarding the display size.
Earlier this month, Samsung said that they would unveil different color options for the Galaxy Note 3 based on regional market preferences. In South Korea, one market preference color seems to be red. In addition to Jet Black, Classic White and Blush Pink, customers in South Korea will now be able to purchase the Galaxy Note 3 in “Merlot Red,” which you can see above.
Samsung says that the color will appeal to both men and women agross all ages, and will come with a matching S Pen and leather back, just like the other color options.
Source: Samsung Tomorro
Samsung announced on Monday that they’re GamePad is now available in select European markets. To coincide with the launch, Samsung is launching a Game Edition of their Galaxy Tab 3 8.0. As the GamePad itself is geared to smaller devices (4-6.3 inches) over an 8-inch tablet, the package will come with an HDMI adapter so that you can plug the tablet into your TV. That way, you can game on the big screen.
No word on pricing just yet, but given that the GamePad on its own is €79.90 ($109.17) the bundle may come with a premium price tag. No word on when this will reach American shores, but those of you in Europe, get ready to game on the go.
source: All About Samsung
Last week a Samsung phone with the model number of SM-G900F showed up in Browsermark, but unfortunately no specs were available. Now it has showed up in AnTuTu revealing more about the phone. It has a 1080p (1920 x 1080) display, a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974AC), Adreno 420 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 16MP rear camera, 2MP front shooter, and Android 4.4 KitKat.
Many thought this phone was a Galaxy S 5 candidate, but the fact that the display is 1080p has me thinking differently. Last week, when I saw this model, I was thinking it could be a F Series, but I am not even sure of that since I would expect the F Series to sport a higher resolution as well.
While it is possible to find plenty of cases in pink to wrap around your smartphone, sometimes buyers prefer to just get their device in pink without the need for a bulky case. To help those potential buyers, at least in the U.K., Samsung has a pink version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 that will be sold exclusively by retailer Phones4u. The device is scheduled to be available for pre-order starting in January 2014 for free with a contract on Vodafone, E, Orange or T-Mobile.
According to Phone4u, they will also be throwing in a wireless speaker valued at £120 ($197 USD). If the Galaxy S4 is not what you are looking for, buyers can also get their hands on a pink Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or Galaxy S4 mini.
via: GSM Arena
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular already got their Samsung Galaxy S III Android 4.3 updates last month, but Verizon users were still waiting. Thankfully for them, the wait is over, as 4.3, along with the Samsung Premium Suite is being rolled out to devices as we post.
Along with all the improvements 4.3 brings, Samsung Knox support, Galaxy Gear support and a few added enhancements to Samsung’s existing software, including things like multi-screen and multi-window support, are also included with the update.
Remember that despite the roll out beginning, it could take a few days for the update to reach your device.
There has been reports that Samsung will introduce four new tablets in the first quarter of 2014. It’s also rumored they will utilize AMOLED displays in those tablets. We might get to see the first such tablet at CES next month. According to ETNews, Samsung will unveil a 10.5-inch tablet at the event. The last Samsung tablet to sport AMOLED was the Galaxy Tab 7.7, which was one of their best tablets ever. However, it wasn’t all that popular. Things might go better this time around since Samsung is expected to push their marketing efforts towards tablets next year.