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Samsung Unleashes New Mobile Devices: Visual Tour

From a waterproof smartphone to a hybrid Windows/Android tablet, there's something for everyone in Samsung's new array of products. Here's a sneak peek at what's to come.
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Smartphones are becoming necessities, but they’re often vulnerable. The S4 Active was designed to protect against the elements. Its IP67 certification ensures its ability to shield against dust and liquid damage, and it can last for up to 30 minutes in 1 meter of water. The 5-inch screen is also glove-friendly, so users can take the S4 Active from skiing in the mountains to a swimming pool without worrying about damage or functionality.

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Where is the stylist, the pen, tool for writing picutre. They always get lost.
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