News about products from Samsung’s Galaxy line-up of devices, including phones, tablets, and even cameras.
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.
How sharp can a smartphone screen be? Let’s find out, as we pull out our microscope for a quick look at the display of the Galaxy S6 due out in early April.
Samsung’s new line-up of Galaxy phones is almost here, with a release date in early April, but if you’re eyeing one, you’ll want to know the price, and in line with other new smartphones, neither the Galaxy S6 or its S6 Edge sibling are particularly cheap.
A new tablet is on the way for people who need tablets to be a little more rugged than the rest of us, as Samsung embraces the “Active” name once more.
When Samsung launched its Galaxy Tab S last year, we saw a different side of Samsung. No longer was it trying to play catch-up to the iPad, competing properly with a sharp high-res screen, thin textured body, and a speedy processor. Six months on, is this still a great tablet?
The wait is over for Samsung faithfuls with the unveiling of the latest Galaxy smartphone, the S6. This year’s version focuses on an improved design and materials, an advanced camera and better battery life.
If you’re a Samsung phone over, you now have access to a free music service that aims to replace digital radio. But is it worth trying out, even for the price of free?