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Unknown AT&T Samsung Android Slider Leaks

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Looks like another Samsung slider smartphone has leaked. It'll, of course, be running the Android OS and this one's reportedly headed to AT&T. Specs are unknown right now but it could be a mid-end handset (since the display isn't too large) and it does sport a front-facing camera which is good.


HTC Omega and Eternity Leaks, Both Running WP7

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Thanks to a few case leaks this morning the HTC Omega and Eternity have been slightly uncovered. They're both said to be running the WP7 "Mango" OS along with an 8MP camera and a Qualcomm chip at 1.5GHz which is pretty speedy even though it's not a dual-core one. The Omega is said to feature a 3.8-inch WVGA SLCD touchscreen display, 16GB of storage, WiFi n / Bluetooth 2.1 support, an FM radio, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and quad-band GSM / dual-band HSPA connectivity.

The Eternity is said to be a mammoth device since it's rumoured to have a 4.7-inch AMOLED display which is too much for me. Not much else is known about this one but it should also have some high-end specs since it's packing quite a beast of a display.

[Unwired View, Phone Arena]

Asus Eee Pad SL101 (Slider) Android Tablet Hits the FCC Finally

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Asus told us that it would be available in May and that obviously wasn't the case. Well, their Eee Pad SL101 has just been spotted at the FCC so it's a bit closer to its launch date. This tablet runs the Android "Honeycomb" OS and sports a slide-out QWERTY keyboard which you may or may not need. The price and release date for this one are unknown right now but it could arrive in a few weeks. Check it out at the FCC.


AT&T Google Nexus S Now Available At Best Buy For $99

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If you're looking for the Google Nexus S on AT&T then the wait is over. The smartphone is available right now exclusively (in black) at Best Buy for $99 on a 2-year contract. This one will take over your wallet, if you want it to, since it has NFC. Check it out on Best Buy.


LG's 55-Inch OLED TV Could Launch In Mid-2012

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LG has mentioned something quite big if you're a fan of OLED. They, apparently, have plans to launch a 55-inch OLED TV in mid-2012. Of course, it'll be expensive and it's not pictured above - that's a 31-inch model. Furthermore, the panel is said have IPS tech so you'll be able to view it from any angle you want to. You better start saving now if you want to buy this one.

Update: It's being rumoured that Apple intends to launch a 55-inch OLED TV using LG's panels. Who knows when that will be available though.