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Mobile World Congress: Samsung Announces GalaxyS II Phone, Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung is using Mobile World Congress as its own personal stage. Before the world's biggest mobile event kicked off, the company putting on quite a show itself, with dancers, a live orchestra and, oh, yes, some new devices, too. Namely, a second generation smart phone (Galaxy S II) and a 10-inch tablet (Galaxy Tab 10.1). These devices will be available in February and March, respectively, but, in typical Samsung fashion, only in Asia and Europe at first. The company will make a North American a
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Inside, Samsung had an orchestra, fresh from the Royal Academy of Music in London; some of the orchestra's members seemed to be playing music on a phone (undoubtedly a Samsung phone). I'm sure Mozart envisioned it all this way.

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