Official launch event in NYC on June 29, 2010 for the Galaxy S family of smartphones. AT&T Samsung Capitvate, T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant, Sprint Samsung Epic 4G, and Verizon Samsung Fascinate.
The AT&T Samsung Captivate – – An Android powered device, that provides access to over 60,000 applications from the Android Market. Complete with a large 4-inch Super AMOLED display. Powered by a 1GHz Samsung processor, the Galaxy S dazzles with amazing 3D graphics, faster upload and download times, and a rich multimedia and gaming experience.
A recap of the Android 2.2 Froyo Announcements Recap at Google I/O 2010. Edited and shortened to include only the main points of the announcements surrounding the landmark Android update.
John Godfrey, Vice President of Government & Public Affairs, Samsung, tells us about the Washington, D.C. Consumer Showcase of the Samsung Moment featuring Mobile DTV.
The Samsung Moment is available exclusively with Sprint and for the showcase has been specially modified to include a Mobile DTV chip and an antenna to pick up the live broadcasts from local TV stations.
Kim Titus – Director of Public Relations for Samsung Mobile USA goes over a few key features of the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S Android powered smart phone.
Directly from the CTIA 2010 show room floor in Las Vegas. Initial overview video of the Samsung Galaxy S that was officially announced at CTIA 2010.
At CTIA Wireless, Samsung announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy S a smart phone with 4 Super AMOLED display, 1GHz processor, Samsungs unique Social Hub, Layar Reality Broswer and advanced LBS features. The Galaxy S will be available in Europe, North America, Latin America, Australia, and Asia soon.
Kim Titus, Director of Public Relations for Samsung Mobile, showcases the Samsung Moment with Mobile DTV at CES 2010.
Sprint and Samsung Mobile showcased the Samsung Moment at CES 2010 with a demonstration of the North American mobile digital TV broadcasting standard during. Samsung Moment, exclusively from Sprint, will receive live digital TV using Samsungs Mobile DTV Chip, the worlds first single-chip solution for the recently approved Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) Mobile Digital TV standard. The ATSC Mobile Digital TV chip will allow Samsung Moment to receive live TV programming from local broadcast stations, including prime-time network programs, local news and sports and emergency alerts.
Kim Titus, Director of Public Relations for Samsung Mobile, shows off the Samsung Mobile Charging Stations at CES 2010.
Samsung Mobile Charging Stations are outfitted with eight electrical outlets per station, allowing several people to re-charge their electronic devices at the same time for free. The stations are built to charge personal electronics designed for U.S. voltage (i.e., 120 volts) to charge mobile phones and other electronic equipment.
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