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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Moto X, the deals that launched today, and how they didn't last long. Microsoft follows the news as they've announced 12 days of deals, and these are very significant. Nokia follows the news with the launch of their Guru headset, aside from the rumors of an 8.3-inch Tablet. Samsung is next as the company has just announced the Galaxy J, and we go through the specifics of why this device is important. We'll end today's show talking about all the enhancements that Google just launched on Hangouts. All this and more after the break. Stories: ...

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    As we predicted over the weekend, when we saw that Samsung teaser of of the fit, simple, elegant, and fast phone, it was really about the Samsung Galaxy J. This phone was exclusive to NTT DoCoMo in Japan and, according to its spec sheet, it is the fastest Samsung phone which is not a phablet, sporting S 4-like looks and size, with Note III-like internals. The South Korean phone-maker made the Galaxy J official in Taiwan. White and red colors have been announced -- with the blue flavor remaining a Japanese exclusive for the moment -- while the internals are the same, meaning a five-inch ...

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    As much as you'd like (and us too) for this to be the Galaxy S 5, we strongly believe it is not, because Samsung has never released two S-flagships in a year -- and we don't think they'll start now -- as well as because this is a video from Samsung Taiwan. Oh, and one little detail: the model number for the Samsung Galaxy J is clearly visible on the video. As a recap, the Galaxy J is placed somewhere between the Note 3 and the S 4, and was exclusive to Japan's NTT DoCoMo. It features a five-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at ...

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    We're just coming up on the halfway point through October, and already the month's been full of surprises. Just yesterday, we saw the HTC One Max show its face a little earlier than anticipated, and last week delivered us the Samsung Galaxy J, seemingly from out of the blue. In all fairness, we did have a bit of a heads-up on the Galaxy J, but even then it wasn't much notice: the phone first crossed our path a week ago Monday, and by last Thursday the handset was already official. By all accounts, Samsung doesn't seem too interested in making the J available outside of Japan, but maybe ...

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    DoCoMo in Japan is on a roll. They have just announced the Xperia Z1 Mini, and, it looks like the phone, which we've already seen leaked as the Samsung Galaxy J, will also be joining the Japanese carrier's line-up. Think of it as a Galaxy S 4 on steroids! There's a five-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, Android 4.3 on-board alongside Samsung's own TouchWiz. If the Note 3 specs are something you've wanted to see in a smaller form factor, then the Galaxy J is for you, if you live in Japan. ...

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    Samsung has really not been afraid to take its Galaxy S 4 brand and run with it this year, not only releasing a family of handsets like the GS4 Zoom, Mini, and Active, but also coming out with an updated version of the regular old GS4 itself, like the LTE-A edition with a Snapdragon 800 processor; sure, it may be another six months before the Galaxy S 5 launches, but in the interim, Samsung sure hasn't neglected keeping its current lineup up-to-date. This week we learn of an upcoming Samsung Android for Japan, and while it keep the GS4 name, sure looks like the next iteration off that same ...

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