Samsung announced that they're selling 2 million Galaxy S Android phones on all four major networks. They're going with the same strategy on Tabs.
It is hard to argue with Samsung's strategy of making their phones available across all carriers. They announced that they are about to cross the 2 million Galaxy S phone mark in just over two months of sales in the U.S. They expect to have sold five MORESeth Weintraub - Sep 17, 2010 5:14 PM ET
Depending on who you ask, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be priced either way above or way below the iPad.
The price of the first brand-name Android tablet is anyone's guess. In fact, it is everyone's guess.
Engadget heard that it would cost over $1000 without a plan. That was refuted by Samsung, but O2's official German Twitter account tweeted that it would be €759 (about $972) in all -- a "€99 MORESeth Weintraub - Sep 6, 2010 3:34 PM ET
Blurring the line between phone and tablet even further, a video today shows that the seven inch Galaxy Tablet is also a huge cell phone.
Pundits have decried the 5-inch Dell Streak for being too big to be a phone, some even saying that it is like holding a flip flop sandal or a waffle to their ears. Add two inches to that, and you have the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab MORESeth Weintraub - Aug 26, 2010 11:59 AM ET
It will show itself in Germany on September 2nd, but Samsung has released a sneak preview today.
The video was posted to Samsung's new Galaxy Tab Portal this morning.
Some other Android news from Samsung today:Seth Weintraub - Aug 24, 2010 2:52 PM ET
With other big names like Motorola and HTC still at least a few months away from announcements, Samsung may be the first big name to market with a Google Android tablet.
Samsung is expected to officially reveal their Android tablet on September 3rd at the IFA conference in Berlin. Gadget geeks are waiting with bated breath on any news of a first tier manufacturer who dares take on Apple's iPad with MORESeth Weintraub - Aug 24, 2010 8:43 AM ET
As Samsung prepares to add the Android-based Galaxy S to all four US carriers this month, it is already racking up impressive numbers in Korea.
The Korean Yonhap News agency is reporting that the the Galaxy S Android smartphone has sold over 300,000 units since its launch, less than three weeks ago. That's the fastest smartphone launch in Korean history.
Update: Samsung confirmed to me today that they've sold over a million MORESeth Weintraub - Jul 13, 2010 12:31 PM ET
That monster 4.3 inch screen isn't only the EVO's biggest asset, it might be its biggest curse.
Some reports are coming in that the Sprint's highly-acclaimed EVO 4G Smartphone may have some screen problems.
Last week, there were isolated reports that the EVO's screen was popping out of place, perhaps due to faulty glue. Unfortunely Engadget used this guy's screen as an example"
I'm not sure I'd trust that this guy is the MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 14, 2010 6:26 PM ET
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