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Samsung and Their Fun Smartphone Names


Samsung finally stopped following Research in Motion (Blackberry) and Apple (iPhone 3G) and has decided to go in a different direction.

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Dr. Cell Phone provides repairs for the iPhone 3G and Blackberry Storm!

Instead of emphasizing software and third party applications, Samsung has focused primarily on hardware. Samsung is expected to release more than 20 smartphones this year alone! Samsung is doing this because they would like to expand their presence in the market.

The strategy is paying off. According to Business Week, “In the first three months of this year, Samsung was the No. 1 handset brand in North America with a market share of 26.3%, vs. Motorola's 18% and Nokia's 7.9%.â€

Here at Dr. Cell Phone, we applaud Samsung’s strategy. We love to see competition in the cell phone market. Because in the end, the consumer ALWAYS benefits from competition. However, the best part about Samsung are the names of all their smartphones. Seriously. I’m pretty sure Samsung got a group of 15 teenagers together and told them to brainstorm a list of words that sound cool.

Here’s a look at some of the Samsung Smart Phone Models (and their names):

Samsung Eternity
Samsung Behold
Samsung Instinct
Samsung Saga
Samsung Omnia
Samsung Jet
Samsung Charcoal
Samsung Gravity
Samsung Comeback
Samsung Highlight
Samsung Memoir
Samsung Epix
Samsung Ace
Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Magnet

Dr. Cell Phone repairs ALL Samsung Models

Dr. Cell Phone repairs ALL Samsung Models

Pretty sure I got all of them. But if I’m missing some, it’s probably because Samsung released another smartphone right…now.

Remember, Dr. Cell Phone provides repairs for any and all Samsung models!


I've always been a Samsung chick!

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