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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Ilse Jurrien
CES report
Thursday 16th, March 2017
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet with advanced computing technology offering a premium mobile experience. For digital content enthusiasts, the Galaxy Tab S3 delivers amazing video and gaming experiences along with versatile usage as a productivity tool. The Galaxy Tab S3 comes with a 9.7" Super AMOLED display. The S3 tablet delivers on Samsung’s legacy of innovative Galaxy technology including a 13-megapixel rear camera with auto focus and a 5-megapixel front camera for high-quality pictures. The Galaxy tablet also includes expandable storage and more power efficiency with fast-charge capabilities, supporting up to 12 hours of video playback.

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Nokia Lumia 928 smartphone

Posted by: Mark Peters Wednesday 17th, April 2013

Nokia announced the Nokia Lumia 928 smartphone, the latest installment in Nokia's Windows Phone 8 lineup, exclusive to Verizon Wireless. With Nokia's award-winning PureView imaging innovation, including optical image stabilization, the Nokia Lumia 928 enables people to capture bright, blur-free photos and videos, even in low light conditions such as indoors or at night. Great looking images come easily when snapping them with the smartphone's 8.7MP camera featuring a high-quality, wide angle Carl Zeiss lens. The Nokia Lumia 928 Windows smartphone also comes with powerful Xenon flash to freeze the moment.

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LG Optimus Black Smartphone

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Wednesday 19th, January 2011

CES Report 2011 Show - LG announced a new Android smartphone, LG Optimus Black handset. Providing users with a brighter 4-inch NOVA display in the world’s slimmest 9.2 mm mobile phone, LG Optimus Black cell phone creates a one-of-a-kind user experience unlike anything before. Available for the first time in the mobile market, LG Optimus Black’s NOVA display is designed to be the brightest, clearest and most readable among mobile screens with 700 nits of brightness for optimal visibility. The new LG Optimus Black Android Smartphone will be rolled out globally in the first half of 2011.

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BlackBerry Torch review

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Sunday 2nd, January 2011

Report CES 2010 - The BlackBerry Torch 9800 retail packaging is small, and as always for BlackBerry, it is matte black. As soon as we open the packaging, the BlackBerry Torch Smartphone is found in a special cut-away. The new BlackBerry Smartphone has a very sleek design. We find about four buttons and an optical joystick underneath the touchscreen. When we slide the phone open, we also see a QWERTY-keyboard next to the touchscreen. This keyboard is comparable to that of the BlackBerry Bold 9700 and it is a bit sunken down. The back of the BlackBerry Smartphone is completely black with a logo, and on top, the lens with flash is found. The sales packaging also contains a data cable, a headset, a charger, a small CD with software and the instruction booklets.

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HTC Smartphone review

Posted by: Mark Peters Thursday 30th, December 2010

HTC Desire HD Smartphone review - The HTC Desire HD Smartphone comes in a slim packaging with a large image of the phone itself on the front. As soon as we open the packaging, the HTC Desire HD can be picked up immediately. The HTC Desire HD Smartphone looks impressive, it is big but it also has a very sleek design. The front of the phone has a large touchscreen of 4.3 inches, with a few touch keys underneath it. The back of the HTC Desire HD Smartphone is made out of one piece, just like the HTC Legend, although it does have a couple of flaps and a cut-away near the flash made of a different material which makes the HTC mobile phone look a bit rough.

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HTC Supersonic

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Friday 29th, January 2010

There must be someone in that marketing department that had a side job next to their study that was solely comprised of inventing silly names? Well, that person is working for several different cell phone manufacturers or there are several people that meet that profile. Take for example the following rumor: the existence of the HTC Supersonic smartphone. Supersonic? I thought that that name had disappeared with the disappearance of the Concord flights! The HTC Supersonic is supposed to be the full successor of the HTC HD2 smartphone. Why not just call that smartphone the HTC HD3? We aren’t too sure yet if it will be called HTC Supersonic of HTC HD3.

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Windows phones

Posted by: Mark Peters Wednesday 13th, January 2010

Microsoft announces the availability of a new line of Windows phones around the world that are available in a broad range of styles and prices. With a Windows phone, people can navigate their phone easily with the touch of a finger and browse the Internet on a great mobile browser. People can also connect to two new services that allow them to back up and share data from their phone to the Web and buy a variety of useful applications from the Windows Marketplace for Mobile. Microsoft expects partners to deliver more than 30 new phones in more than 20 countries by the end of 2009.

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New LG smartphones

Posted by: Mark Peters Tuesday 12th, January 2010

LG is showcasing the latest in mobile phone innovations at the 2010 CES, marked by many firsts for the company with the introduction of its first netbook and the first handset in North America to feature a 1 GHz processor, as well as the LG mobile projector, the first integrated attachable projector in the United States. Continuing to develop products that push technological limits, LG mMobile Phones introduces music phones that bring a dramatically richer listening experience, texting devices featuring newly designed QWERTY keyboards and touch screens with improved recognition to its 2010 line-up.

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If there is one segment of the electronics industry that is growing very fast, it is the cell phone market. Where companies like Google get their interaction mostly from desktop and notebook users, the prediction is that within three years Google will become a mobile company. Powerful applications will drive smartphones to amazing levels of experiences. To reach this stage Cloud computing is needed. Super cloud computing will result in impressive user experiences. Today’s cell phones are capable of capturing Full HD video clips, and even 3D photo and later on video is ready to be integrated into this small electronic device. The mobile industry is adapting to the technology that is available. The consumer is waiting for the next generation of mobile devices. The Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas will showcase at least some of the first batch of new cell phones for this season.