BARCELONA, Spain--Samsung is giving its new flagship phone, the Galaxy S4, its own launch show in March, but that doesn't mean it hasn't got a load of gear to show off at MWC. Samsung's booth was as big and bright as ever in the conference centre.
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At 8 inches, the Galaxy Note 8 is the biggest of Samsung's releases. It won't fit easily in your hand, but its stylus will come in handy for note taking.
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Looking a little like a squashed S3, the Galaxy Fame offers basic specs for a hopefully cheap price.
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Samsung's Knox software lets you easily switch between your personal and business sides of your phone.
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The HomeSync set-top box uses Android to stream your media, browse the Web, and use apps. You can also store your favorite movies and TV shows on the 1TB drive.
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The Galaxy Young is small, will come with a cut-down price, and packs the latest version of Android Jelly Bean.
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Slightly bigger than the S3, the Galaxy Grand accepts two SIM cards for the frequent fliers among you.
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Lead a rough-and-tumble life? The XCover 2's waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof shell should keep you covered.
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Nope, that's not an S3, that's the Galaxy Express, the S3's LTE-toting weaker sibling.
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Samsung also showed off its new mobile OS, Tizen. It's simple enough, but we're not sure if it'll offer anything better than Android.
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