News about products from Samsung’s Galaxy line-up of devices, including phones, tablets, and even cameras.
Phones are getting thinner, but the people making them are also getting more experimental, and that’s something we’re seeing in Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge, a take on the phablet that makes the screen wrap all the way to the edge.
If you know someone who likes to game at home, on the go, or has an obsession with the digitally programmed art that is computer and video games, the choices this year are bound to impress.
A few years ago, Samsung changed the world when it introduced a bigger phone, with a size that Steve Jobs thought no one would buy. Back to present day, and even Apple has had to change its ways, and Samsung is ready with the fourth-generation Galaxy Note, launching in two versions.
In addition to its latest Galaxy Note 4 launched today at the Unpacked event in Berlin, Samsung has introduced an ‘edgy’ new variant with a …
More than just another tablet in its long running Galaxy Tab range, the Tab S is a reinvention with a screen that will make your eyes go wow and a weight that outshines even Apple’s iPad.
We’ve long been complaining that Samsung’s take on the premium smartphone should be focused more on premium materials like metal, compared to the plastics Samsung uses, and it looks like the company has finally listened with a new handset.
Cameras and phones have well and truly merged by now, but has the phone really replaced the camera? Not yet, as far as Samsung is concerned, but that could change with its latest release, the K Zoom, which integrates a 10x optical zoom 20 megapixel camera with — you guessed it — a phone.
Apple’s iPad Air has held the tablet benchmark for many for a good year, and while Sony’s Xperia Z2 Tablet has provided some good competition, Samsung is betting its new Tab S will attract even more eyes.
With the launch of its latest Galaxy Tab S, Samsung has fired a clear shot over Apple’s bow in the tablet race.
Great news, Samsung phone owners: control of the dock is back, as an update to this year’s flagship — the Galaxy S5 — returns ownership of the shortcut dock squarely to the consumer, but why now when it’s been locked for so long?