Samsung Tab event

Samsung is hosting its Galaxy Premiere 2014 event in New York City, and we'll be there live to cover all of the news from the event. With a very loud and colorful teaser video and Samsung's invite donning the "Tab Into Color" phrasing, we could be in for a treat this evening.

We have a liveblog available that we'll be filling with commentary throughout the event, along with an embed of the livestream straight from Samsung so you can follow along.

 

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Live from Samsung Galaxy Premiere 2014 in New York at 7 p.m. ET!

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I hope it is, and I also hope it's got at least a 720p display and something faster than a Snapdragon 400, but I have a feeling I'm going to miss out.

Also hoping the Galaxy S 5 Mini released today.

Will have 720p and Quad Core Exynos according to Rumors.

Need powerful Androids in smaller packages.

4.7" , 4.5 " screens are less prone to breakage.

Now add 2 and 3 GIGS RAM, 13 and 16 Megapixel Cameras and powerful quad cores, removable batteries
and storage.....

S5 Mini Pro.

LG G3 Mini Pro.

HTC -make the Device 5.1 " TALL with a 4.5" or 4.7" screen for a Mini .

Rant over. Lol.

I hope tablets. Samsung definitely needs to expand their lineup, they barely have any.

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