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The ever-popular Galaxy series phones are on display.
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This is a wide lens, but a wider booth.
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Different demo areas abound.
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Tablets? We've got tablets.
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Samsung's Knox demo area.
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The "Remote Care Management" demo area features tech and communications apps that are useful in the realm of medicine.
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Got kids? Samsung's got something for you.
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Here we saw a number of point-of-sale devices that interact with Samsung phones to read credit cards and take payments.
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Who are these guys? "Football players." I think he meant soccer. Oh, Europe.
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Have your photo taken with their "team" and you can get it printed and framed!
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Here is the final product.
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If I understood correctly, Kidrobot has partnered with Samsung to offer limited-edition phone cases.
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