News about products from Samsung’s Galaxy line-up of devices, including phones, tablets, and even cameras.
Samsung announced two big phones in August, with a phablet for every purpose: style and substance. We’ve done style, so let’s find out what Samsung’s answer to substance is really like, the Galaxy Note 5.
Samsung’s next big thing is bigger, as the S6 Edge arrives with a plus-sized sibling, but is it more than just a big brother?
Four years ago, Samsung invented a category with an experiment: a big phone that could work as both that and a tablet. While some shot down the idea, the phablet has been a huge success, so for the fifth generation of the idea, what is Samsung up to?
Samsung has taken the wraps off of its two latest entries into the smartphone race at the UnPacked 2015 Event in New York.
When we first encountered the brand Otterbox, it was a brand dedicated to making sure your phone survived an encounter with the hard, hard ground at any cost. That hasn’t changed a few years on, but at least the company has learned something about keeping things slim.
Samsung has been producing tablets for quite a few years now, but the company’s latest take on the mobile computer moves away from the elongated widescreen rectangle to something a little larger.
With the upcoming releases of the consumer-ready Oculus Rift and HTC’s Vive, virtual reality is about ready for use by regular people. Samsung is there now, though, and if you have an S6 or S6 Edge, you can see the future anywhere you go.
Flagship smartphones are often the ones checked out by reviewers, but companies still make mid-range options, and the Galaxy A5 might be Samsung’s best take on that middle ground yet.
Flat phones are so passé, it seems, with the Galaxy S6 Edge showing us a future of curved smartphone goodness. Is this a taste of the future, or merely a gimmick demanding top dollar?
There’s a lot of hype surrounding Samsung’s next big thing, the Galaxy S6, but is it worth it? We’ll tell you in our in-depth review.