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Samsung has just unveiled the new Gear S4, which is expected to launch this Friday.
But the most exciting new thing is that Samsung is introducing an instant messaging port, called “Samsung Beam,” that lets you send and receive messages in the new device.
Samsung Beam is a feature that’s only available to Galaxy S4 owners.
The device is compatible with Samsung’s new messaging app, Messages, and has a special built-in screen that lets the S4 automatically send messages to and from Samsung.
You can also use it to send and send messages via Samsung’s mobile app.
The Gear S5 is currently shipping with a “newer version” of Samsung Beam.
The new version of Samsung’s messaging app has a lot of new features, like automatic photo sharing, and the ability to customize the notifications you receive when you use the phone.
But it does have a lot more limited features than the Gear S1, and that’s because Samsung has removed the “send to” button from the Samsung app.
Samsung’s Gear S2 was the first phone to receive this feature, and it was one of the first devices to come with a special Samsung app that could receive SMS messages, too.
Samsung has added a new feature to the Gear App called “Messages.”
Samsung’s “new” feature is not limited to messages that you send via Samsung Beam, however.
The company is also launching a “message preview” feature in Samsung’s app that lets users preview messages before they are sent.
If you’re using Samsung’s Messages app on your phone, the phone will ask you to verify that you want to send a message.
If that’s the case, you can send a single message or multiple messages.
If Samsung is able to improve Samsung Beam’s capabilities, it could open the door to even more new features and functionality.
The Samsung Gear VR is the first headset to have a messaging feature.
The “new Gear VR” feature allows users to send SMS messages without entering the text.
The Galaxy Gear VR will be available later this year for $400, and will come with an integrated messaging app that will let you send messages on-the-go.
The feature is very limited in its capabilities, and you’ll need a smartphone with the new messaging engine.
However, the Galaxy Gear V has a “Samsung” app that can receive SMS texts and text messages.
The S3 has an “SMS” app, too, and both of these phones have built-ins for SMS.