Samsung's Style Phones 2007
Hands-on with Samsung's Gleam, Armani, Serenata, i550, plus a video tour of the 5-megapixel G800.
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At a recent Samsung event, I had the opportunity to get some hands-on time with a few of Samsung's new flagship phones for Europe. The interesting ones are all tri-band GSM models we wouldn't really recommend for use in the US (though the adventurous could use them with T-Mobile). However, each is a very interesting flagship phone that may make its way to US shores in a different incarnation at some point. At the very least, they show the direction Samsung is heading with some of its designs and technology.
* G800 page added Monday, Oct. 22nd.
Hands On with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+
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Hands On with the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge
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Hands-On with the Samsung Gear S3
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Hands-On with the Samsung Galaxy Note7
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Most luxury hotels these days (at least all the ones I've stayed in) include an ipod music dock (iHome) in their rooms...
I guess this phone is for low level executives who want to walk around with a phone that looks like a ladies shaver.
samsung is cool
The Gleam still looks like a Samsung phone. I understand the need for a distinct form and style for a phone, but I am not a fan of the Samsung style. Beyond that the Armani looks the sexiest an...