2Samsung ATIV Q: A Tablet Contender
3Samsung ATIV Q Larger Than iPad
4Samsung ATIV Q With Hidden Keyboard
5Samsung ATIV Q With Four Poses
6Samsung ATIV Tab 3: A Thin Tablet
7ATIV Book 9 Plus: Thin Design
8ATIV Book 9 Plus: A Quick Boot-Up
9Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite Designed for Affordability
The Lite is a more affordable version of the Plus. Many of the key features are identical, though the Lite gets 8.5 hours of battery life, up to a 1.4GHz quad-core processor (versus the Core i7 possible in the Plus), has only one USB 3.0, to the Plus’s two, and comes in white or black, while the Plus ships only in the latter.
10Samsung Galaxy NX With Interchangeable-Lens Camera
Days after the introduction of the S4 Zoom, a device that’s more a camera with a smartphone, than the reverse, Samsung showed off the Galaxy NX, the first interchangeable-lens camera with Long Term Evolution (LTE) connectivity. It runs Android 2.2 and has a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, a DRIMe IV image signal processor, a 1/6,000-second shutter speed and shoots 8.6 frames per second.
11Samsung Galaxy NX With 30 Smart Modes
The NX offers users more than 30 smart modes and a Camera Studio with easy digital scrolling, where users can customize their settings. A Multi Exposure setting will merge shots into two images; Animated Photo will create a GIF of images; and Sound & Shot will store an audio recording with a photo. It’s compatible with a variety of lenses, from ultra-wide fisheye to pancake lenses.
12ATIV One Style 5 With Full-HD Touch-Screen
13ATIV One Style 5 With SideSync, HomeSync
Like the new ATIV laptops, the Style 5 features SideSync, for sharing files with a Galaxy smartphone, and HomeSync, so members of a family can set up individual accounts each can sync. It comes with up to a 1-terabyte hard drive and features 4GB of memory, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) in and out, a three-in-one card reader and an RJ45 dongle. It’s available only in white.
14Samsung Galaxy Collection Complete
Since introducing the Galaxy S 4 in March, Samsung has also marched out the Galaxy S 4 Mini, the Galaxy S 4 Zoom and the Galaxy S 4 Active, in addition to a handful of other devices. “We are committed to the diverse needs of our customers,” Samsung marketing head DJ Lee told the crowd at Samsung’s London event.
15Galaxy S 4 Active for Rugged Use
The Active should find a strong following, from military folks to parents. It’s dustproof and water-resistant. It could sit in a fishbowl—as U.K. television personality Jason Bradbury here pretended was the case—for 30 minutes without incident. Samsung added underwater photography software and the ability to use the volume rocker as a shutter, since the touch-screen doesn’t work underwater.
16Galaxy S 4 in More Colors
In case you were distracted from the fact, the Galaxy S 4 is Samsung’s flagship smartphone. Lee announced that it’s now available in five more colors—pink, red, purple, blue and brown. “In the last few months, we have received so much support for the Galaxy S 4,” he said.