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Samsung Back At Its Best with the Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 Trade In

The Galaxy series levels up to S6 this week, and the reviews for Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are the best its gotten in years. CNET proclaims that, “The Galaxy S6 is Samsung, reborn” and Engadget is happy to see that Samsung was able to “build a truly interesting smartphone again.” What is it exactly that has everyone so excited by the Galaxy S6?

Most of the excitement surrounds Samsung’s move to go upscale. The Galaxy S6 has abandoned its plasticky past, introducing a new phone body built from aluminum alloy and Gorilla Glass. With rounded sides and an improved fingerprint sensor, the Galaxy S6 looks and feels very much like an iPhone 6. The S6 delivers features that its Apple counterpart doesn’t offer, however, including wireless charging support and compatibility with the Gear VR virtual reality accessory.

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Samsung Epic Touch 4G

Are you sick of fumbling around with the touch-screen keyboards on modern smartphones? Let’s face it – they might look pretty, but they can be annoying and inaccurate. Why not spring for a modern smartphone with the feel and touch of an actual, physical keyboard – the Samsung Epic 4G. The Epic 4G features an intricately designed slide-out QWERTY keyboard for easy and accurate messaging, perfect for the on-the-go user. That’s not all the phone offers. Speeding along on the Sprint 4G network, the Samsung Epic 4G delivers messages and data with unparalleled clarity and quickness, and the phone’s dual-core 1 GHZ processor makes for a smooth experience. The phone also features a front-facing camera as well as a powerful 5.0-megapixel camera with a LED flash for recording pictures and high-definition video. View all of your messages, videos, pictures, work and other information on the super-large and vibrant 4.0-inch Super AMOLED display. Pump up the phone with installed applications like an alarm clock, ThinkFree Office, Google Talk and voice search, Facebook, YouTube, Sprint Navigation, Sprint Football, Nascar Sprint Mobile and Sprint TV.

Ready to upgrade to the Epic Touch 4G model? Want to trade in your Samsung Epic 4G for some extra dough towards the upgrade? Check out uSell.com. You can get up to $56.00 for your Samsung Epic 4G from uSell.com (depending on condition). Please note: the offer featured is valid as of the day of the post. Visit uSell.com to find the most accurate offer for your smartphone device.


Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch for Sprint

Sell Your Samsung Google Nexus S

Google is everywhere. It’s changed the way we used the internet, with its super-accessible approaches to e-mail, messaging, social networking, and web browsing. It’s only natural that the company has brought its modern prowess into the world of mobile phones with the remarkable Samsung Google Nexus S. The phone offers full Google integration, letting you easily access your important e-mails and message friends with the greatest of ease. Google Maps lets you find your way to your destination quickly and accurately, whether you are walking, driving or taking public transportation, and Google Voice offers another handy communication option. Running on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system with a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, the phone delivers information and messages to the user at super-fast speeds – all on the phone’s clear and brilliant AMOLED 400×800 resolution screen. There’s also a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera capable of recording 720x480p resolution video, ideal for capturing special moments. The phone also boasts a powerful 1500 mAh Lithium Ion battery and the ability to create Wi-Fi hotspots, perfect for working on the go.

Are you ready for a brand-new smartphone for 2012? Are you in need of some extra cash to complete the upgrade? Check out uSell.com. You can get up to $117.00 for your Samsung Google Nexus S from uSell.com (depending on condition). Please note: the offer featured is valid as of the day of the post. Visit uSell.com to find the most accurate offer for your smartphone device.

How Does Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 Stack Up Against the iPad Air?

This is a guest post by JT Ripton. JT is a freelance writer out of Tampa who enjoys writing about a myriad of topics, consumer tech being one of them. JT occasionally writes for several sites and blogs and you can follow him on Twitter @JTRipton.

Tablets are unquestionably convenient and they give users cool cachet. Realizing the ever-growing potential of these magical little hybrids, manufacturers are consistently upping the ante. You may have seen this recent Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 commercial mocking the iPad’s older, thin as a pencil commercials and Samsung threw some punches, however do these claims hold up against the iPad air? This is how they stack up against each other.
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Everything You Need to Know About the Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5 (Photo Credit: gizmodo.com.au)

Samsung Galaxy S5 (Photo Credit: gizmodo.com.au)

Set for release on April 11th, the Samsung Galaxy S5 just made its debut at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. But if you couldn’t afford the trip to Spain, here’s a rundown of Samsung’s new flagship smartphone. The light-weight model (just 5 ounces) is packed with features and better than you ever imagined.

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Samsung Focus I917

Since its introduction in 1985, Microsoft Windows has changed the way the world has worked and lived – delivering a remarkably user-friendly experience that revolutionized the face of personal computing. The new Samsung Focus I917, powered by the Windows Phone 7 operating system, is the next step in this evolution, bringing the power and access of Microsoft to the world of mobile technology.  With the Windows Phone, you’re able to integrate your mobile phone with the power of Microsoft Office. You can work with Word and Excel Documents, view PowerPoint files, and record important information with the OneNoteMobile app. The installed Internet Explorer web browser allows for tabbed pages, bookmarking, and “pinning” of important sites for quick access, and the installed Zune player provides easy integration, management and playback of your music collection. Of course, the Windows operating system isn’t the only great feature of this remarkable phone. It’s easy on the eyes with the super-clear, high-color 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen – providing a vibrant display for messages, web pages, pictures and video – and features a 5-megapixel camera with HD video capture ability.

Need a new smartphone for 2012? Ready to move on from your Samsung Focus I917? Need some cash to finance the upgrade? Check out uSell.com. You can get up to $45.00 for your Samsung Focus I917 from uSell.com (depending on condition). Please note: the offer featured is valid as of the day of the post. Visit uSell.com to find the most accurate offer for your smartphone device.

Sell Your Samsung Nexus S 4G

None of us likes to wait for important data to load on our phone, right? There’s so much to do – plans to make, work to get done, music to listen to, videos to watch, sports scores to update. If you’re still using a mobile phone equipped with the 3G network, the plain-and-simple fact is that you are going to be waiting for that important message, work document, hilarious YouTube clip or sports score. That’s unacceptable. It’s time for an upgrade to the super-fast 4G network, where terms like “waiting” and “loading” are a thing of the past – and the Samsung Nexus 4G is the perfect tool for this speedy new network. With the 4G network, Android Gingerbread operating system and 16 GB of internal storage, the Nexus 4G is built for speed and performance, perfect for the modern mobile phone user. That’s not all the Nexus 4G offers. The phone also boasts a 5-megapixel camera, full integration with handy Google applications (including Google Voice), the Sprint WiMax network, and a powerful battery (supporting up to six hours of talk time).

Ready to upgrade from your Samsung Nexus S 4G? Need some cash to finance the upgrade? Head on over to uSell.com. You can get up to $132.00 for your Samsung Nexus 4G from uSell.com (depending on condition).

Please note: the offer featured is valid as of the day of the post. Visit uSell.com to find the most accurate offer for your smartphone device.