Samsung GT-i8700 Is A Sexy Monolith

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A tipster sent Gizmodo these shots of the Samsung GT-i8700, and man does it look sweet. All we can really tell from them is that it has 8GB of storage, and a camera. But look at the thing! That's a grownup's phone. Sleek and black, this looks like it'll be pretty squarely aimed at the high-end market. Check out how tiny that bezel is! … [Read more...]

Samsung Has Windows Phone 7 Low On Priority

While talking to Reuters, Samsung announced that Android phones would be their big push, and WP7 would only get a passing glance. Ouch. "We are Prioritizing our Android platform. Android is very open and flexible, and there is a consumer demand for it," said YH Lee, head of marketing at Samsung Mobile. As for Windows Phone 7, "there is still some professional, specialized … [Read more...]

Samsung Cetus i917 Snapped

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Pictures of the elusive Samsung Cetus have shown up on Engadget's doorstep, and while they're blurry as all hell, this is the first proper look we've had of this thing. It's curvy, great looking, and destined for AT&T. Here's what we know about it so far: Samsung Cetus is a smartphone based on Microsoft Windows Phone 7 . It uses 800×480 4.0″ AMOLED with full touch screen, … [Read more...]

New Samsung Windows Phone 7 Device Snapped

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Another day, another leaked WP7 phone over twitter. This time it's a Samsung device, and its square edges show that it's definitely not the Cetus, nor the standard dev unit that went to developers. Its square edges and sleek lines make it look like it fell directly out of 2001: A Space Odyssey, which I can definitely dig. Most likely running an AMOLED screen, there's not a lot … [Read more...]

More Details Gleaned For HTC and Samsung Windows Phone 7 Devices

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We're still at the stage where we know next to nothing about what devices will run WP7, what they can do, or what they'll be called. Luckily, we're surrounded by internet detectives who are more than happy to go pouring through website source codes and FCC submission documents in order to find out as much as they can. We recently got wind of the Samsung Cetus, and now we … [Read more...]