News about products from Samsung’s Galaxy line-up of devices, including phones, tablets, and even cameras.
Straight from Mobile World Congress in Spain, GadgetGuy’s Valens Quinn has been lucky enough to go hands-on with the next generation of Samsung wearables.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its new Galaxy S5 in front of a full house at the Unpacked5 event in Barcelona, with a focus on enhancing “everyday lives” in a few key areas including protection, photos, transfer speeds, health and design.
2014 looks to be a big year for wearable technology, and Samsung has fired an early salvo with two new smartwaches – the Gear 2 …
The school year may have just begun, but that doesn’t mean the students at home aren’t already thinking about the next big test, and Samsung wants to let parents know it has some help available for some of its devices.
Everybody get on the rumour treadmill, because they’re about to start flying, as Samsung’s next biggest secret looks to be announced at the end of February.
While there’s been plenty of talk about the connected home at CES 2014, there’s also been a bit of buzz around the connected car. Samsung and BMW have teamed up to link Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smart watch with BMW’s latest all-electric car, the i3.
Samsung’s tablet range for 2014 is growing, both in terms of model choices as well as tablet sizes. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy NotePRO and Galaxy TabPRO ranges, which are designed to be more than just media ‘consumption’ devices, with and come equipped with of productivity-enhancing features.
Out of all the Android smartphone makers, Samsung probably has more market share than anyone else, and if you’re looking for a way to make your Galaxy device stand out, there’s a solution available on and offline.
Phones have had cameras for a long time, but these have been phones with cameras inside of them. If you’re looking for a camera first with a phone inside, Samsung has the answer with the Galaxy S4 Zoom, a camera with 10x optical zoom and a 4G phone inside.
Thinking of replacing pen and paper permanently? Samsung’s answer to what note-taking should be like in the future has been updated to match the recent Galaxy Note phone, and now it’s ready for customers to get their hands all over it.