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About the Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5 is Samsung's flagship device for 2014. It ships with Android KitKat (4.4.2), 5.1-inch HD display with an amazing 432ppi of rich color and visual density. A built-in heart rate sensor and the accompanying S Health app help manage your personal life. A new fingerprint scanner lets you protect your device to unique fingerprint. The Galaxy S5 is water resistant with an IP67 certification, allowing you to drop GS5 in up to 3 feet of without damage.

About the Samsung Galaxy S III

Samsung Galaxy S III is Samsung's flagship device for 2012. As expected, it contains top-of-the-line hardware, including a 4.8" HD Super AMOLED display. Samsung has also added some new software features. The Galaxy S3 will use the front facing camera to detect your eyes and keep the display on while youre looking at it. It also features a smart voice assistant, similar to Apple's Siri. All this runs on the newest Android 4.0 platform.

About the Samsung Galaxy Note II

Nobody expected the original Galaxy Note to sell as well as it did - it was a surprise hit. Samsung took this as a sign to go even bigger. The new Galaxy Note II (Galaxy Note 2) upps the screen size to 5.5 inches, and borrows the body styling from their flagship Galaxy S III.

About the Galaxy Nexus

The Galaxy Nexus by Samsung is the first Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" device from Google. Featuring the very latest in technology, the Galaxy Nexus sets the bar for other devices to follow. Highlights include the supple 4.65" screen running at full 1280x720 HD resolution, curved display and form factor, and an NFC chip for touch-and-go payments.

About the Galaxy S Relay 4G

The Galaxy S Relay 4G packs the latest hardware into a smaller (by today's standards) 4" display and adds a QWERTY keyboard. Affordably priced, the Galaxy S Relay 4G will run on T-Mobile's high-speed HSPA+ network.

About the Galaxy Victory

The Galaxy Victory is an affordable Android phone from Samsung. While the Victory doesn't have the most top-of-the-line specs, it makes up for it with a small package and affordable price.

About the Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung Galaxy S II (including the Epic 4G Touch from Sprint and the Skyrocket 4G from AT&T) is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphone. It comes with the newer Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, and an even larger screen at 4.3 inches of Super AMOLED Plus goodness. The Galaxy S II upgrades the camera to 8MP and adds an LED flash to it, together with 1080p video recording. A 1GHz dual-core chipset is running the show so as to deliver a fine performance without any hints of lag.

About the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung made waves with the first Galaxy Note, a hybrid tablet/phone. Now, they are extending the Note line into a full tablet format. Like the original, the Galaxy Note 10.1 contains a special stylus pen that can be used with certain applications.

About the Samsung Galaxy Note

Big is back. Featuring a massive 5.3-inch screen with a resolution of 800x1280, the Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the largest phones available. It doesn't hurt that Samsung loaded this beast up with a dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, making this one of the largest and most powerful devices this 2011 holiday season. The Galaxy Note is truly without peer.

About the Samsung Galaxy Prevail

Galaxy Prevail is an Android smartphone with 3.2" display. It has 2MP camera, GPS, Bluetooth, E-mail access and supports up to 32GB microSD memory cards.

About the Samsung Fascinate

The Samsung Fascinate is Verizon's first Galaxy S smartphone device. The Fascinate offers an AMOLED touchscreen with virtual QWERTY keyboard, multi-touch pinch to zoom, and horizontal swiping. Other key features include a 1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird Application Processor, Swype text technology, and a 5MP camera with video capture, and LED flash.

About the Samsung Vibrant

Samsung Vibrant utilizes a large 4-inch WVGA, Super AMOLED screen, a 1GHz processor and the Android 2.1 operating system. The camera is 5MP with the ability to record 720p HD video at 30 frames per second. Other goodies include 3G, Wi-Fi and A-GPS

About the Samsung Captivate

Samsung Captivate I897 is AT&T's version of the Samsung GALAXY S, and while it's pretty identical in terms of features, its design has undergone some visible changes. Nonetheless, it still has the GALAXY S branding on its back. The Samsung Captivate is a high-end Android smartphone with its 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, 5MP camera with HD video recording and 1GHz Hummingbird processor.

About the Samsung Epic 4G

Samsung Epic 4G is an Android 2.1 powered device heading for Sprint. It sports a full QWERTY keyboard, 4-inch Super AMOLED display, powerful 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, WiMAX connectivity and many more.

About the Samsung Continuum

Samsung Epic 4G is an Android 2.1 powered device heading for Sprint. It sports a full QWERTY keyboard, 4-inch Super AMOLED display, powerful 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, WiMAX connectivity and many more.