Samsung’s Note series are well-known to be the line of devices that are basically on steroids. Ginormous displays, beefy processors, large and replaceable batteries, expandable storage, and of course, the S Pen — these are its major characteristics that made this Phablet pioneer a geek’s dream device.
The original Samsung Galaxy J7 appears to have been such a hit with consumers that it will soon be getting a refresh for 2016. Winfuture.de has published official-looking renders of the Samsung Galaxy J7 2016, giving this solid …
There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be a hot seller once it gets here. So if you’re looking to get your hands on Samsung’s newest flagship, it may pay off to pre-order yours before it …
Samsung has announced the latest addition to its Galaxy A lineup. Made with gorgeous glass and metal, the Galaxy A9 is a smartphone that doesn’t compromise on display size and battery power.
If the quirky, bulky designs of past Samsung wearables have put you off from donning one, it’s time to give the company and its products a second chance. The new Samsung Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic feature a refreshing, circular face—and they truly look beautiful.
Users can never have enough when it comes to computer storage. Files, videos and music accumulate in your device over time, and before you know it you’ve run out of disk space. It’s no wonder the likes of Samsung released a high-capacity hard drive—is 16TB of storage good enough?
In addition to refreshing its Note phablet line, Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S6 Edge+. It does everything the S6 Edge can, but on a bigger screen and with a couple new features.
After months of speculation and rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has finally arrived. With its exterior redesign and substantial upgrades in internal components, this is Samsung’s best phablet yet.
Samsung has refreshed its topnotch Tab S line with two new additions: the 8-inch and 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2 tablets.
Samsung has been the most popular Android manufacturer for years. They’ve also held the top position when it comes to flagship Android smartphones for a long time. However, the last two iterations haven’t made a huge impact because of their incremental updates. The S4 was nice, but it wasn’t a big step forward from the S3. The Galaxy S5 offered water resistance and internal upgrades, but it’s still nothing explosive.