Samsung used CES 2013 to concentrate on its home tech such as Smart TVs (which can now run a massive range of apps just like your smartphone), as well as massive fridges. However, Samsung also announced a 4G version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet as well as showing off its Smart Camera app that turns your Galaxy smartphone into a remote control for the Galaxy Camera.
The 4G/LTE version of the popular Note 10.1 tablet, which can be used with an S-Pen stylus to create masterpieces, will be hitting the Verizon network in the US. Expect a 4G model in the UK too.
As well as launching that new model, Samsung talked about its Smart Camera app for your Galaxy S III phone which allows you to share photos quickly and easily from your Galaxy Smart Camera. You can have shots sent automatically to your mobile from the camera, or use your phone as a remote control to trigger a shot. Expect it to hit Google Play imminently.
Samsung also announced that the Galaxy S III is officially the world’s best-selling smartphone, shifting 30 million units to date. With those kinds of sales, we’re expecting to see a sequel in the Galaxy S IV in the next month or two, possibly at MWC 2013 before the end of February.