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After a long wait, the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S IV is finally available to Verizon Wireless customers.
Leaked firmware files have indicated that Samsung may be in the process of developing fingerprint scanning technology for its Galaxy line of smartphones.
A recent leak shows that many of the software features from the Galaxy S IV are headed to the Galaxy S III in a future update.
The update notes for the Samsung WatchON app appear to confirm the impending announcement of the super-sized Galaxy S4 Mega.
The rumored ruggedized version of Samsung's flagship handset, the Galaxy S4 Active, has been spotted in leaked photos and a sneak peek video.
Consumer Reports notes the LG Optimus G Pro as a worthy competitor to Samsung's Galaxy Note II.
After coming under fire for how much onboard storage is being taken up by preloaded software on its Galaxy S IV, Samsung is reportedly looking into a fix.
Rumors keep flying about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which is expected to launch this fall. Will it have a build along the same lines as the Galaxy S IV?
Google announced during the the Google I/O keynote today that it will unshackle the Samsung Galaxy S IV and will be releasing a stock Android version of the device.
Verizon Wireless has moved up the release date of the Samsung Galaxy S IV a few days, from May 30 to May 23.
BBC consumer reports show Watchdog will be airing a segment next week on the discrepancies between the advertised storage on the Samsung Galaxy S IV and what users actually get.
The three Galaxy S IV variants that Samsung is said to have in the works have been given release windows, with the first device expected to arrive in Europe as early as June.
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