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The Samsung Galaxy Edge has some great features for anyone looking to upgrade their current model. The wider screen wraps around at the edges (hence the name), allowing for certain features not available in earlier models. You can color code your contacts, so even if the device is face-down, you can see who is calling you. Though this may not be something everyone desires, it certainly sets it apart from the herd.

The screen itself is a nice size: large enough to make browsing the web and looking at pictures and videos easy, without being unwieldy. The interface is smooth and intuitive, and it comes with some of your standard apps already in place (calendar, email and the GooglePlay store for anything else you need).

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Wednesday, 29 August 2012 16:02

Apple's $1B patent verdict could corner market

SAN JOSE, Calif. - It was the $1 billion question Saturday: What does Apple Inc.'s victory in an epic patent dispute over its fiercest rival mean for the U.S. smartphone industry?

Analysts from Wall Street to Hong Kong debated whether a jury's decision that Samsung Electronics Co. ripped off Apple technology would help Apple corner the U.S. smartphone market over Android rivals, or amount to one more step in a protracted legal battle over smartphone technology.

Many analysts said the decision could spell danger for competitors who, like Samsung, use Google Inc.'s Android operating system to power their cellphones.

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In our constantly-on-the-go society, smartphones and tablets make it easy to navigate through even the busiest days. If you tend to get lost, travel often or strive to be more efficient, rely on your mobile device as a navigation tool. Whether you're embarking on a road trip, driving to your kids' away games, meeting clients in an unfamiliar area or going on a hike, new 4G LTE mobile devices, such as the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator or Samsung Galaxy S Tab 10.1, and the latest GPS technologies will get you there successfully.

Today's smartphones, tablets and GPS technologies are more sophisticated and user-friendly than ever before. Helpful new features include embedded GPS receivers and mapping services, providing real-time position tracking and voice-guided or text directions.

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Samsung Galaxy S Aviator 

BANGOR U.S. Cellular is bringing faster data speeds to the Bangor area as the carrier recently launched its first 4G LTE smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator. Running on the 4G LTE network, the Android-powered smartphone features speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G and joins the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the carrier's 4G LTE device line-up. U.S. Cellular launched 4G LTE in the Bangor area in March of this year, and is the first wireless carrier to bring 4G LTE to area residents to enhance their wireless experience.

The Galaxy S Aviator allows customers to enjoy faster web browsing, app downloads and video streaming perfect for checking traffic conditions before you drive up to Acadia National Park for a hike, downloading the Bonnaroo app on your way to the festival or streaming the latest local news and sports straight to your smartphone.

'Whether you're downloading work files, video chatting with family members or searching for the latest Android app, a 4G LTE smartphone helps you get it all done in less time,' said Eric Conlon, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in New England. 'With faster downloading and the browse and talk function, the Galaxy S Aviator will help Mainers on the go keep up with busy schedules and simplify and organize their lives.'

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