Samsung has been churning out great devices for the past few years, from the original Galaxy S, to the brand new Nexus 10. Some would say that the rate at which they’ve been making their hardware is a bit too fast. Considering every year for the last 3 years, Samsung has released a Galaxy device as well as a Nexus device, its difficult to get your hands on the latest...

Yesterday we took a look at the Samsung Galaxy S III user’s digest and today we are going to go over our 5 favorite new features that can be found on our new favorite phone! 1. Notification LED Ever since I moved on from my HTC G1, I have missed its dear little notification LED. Samsung chose to go without the LED for the past 2 years but now they’ve finally...

If you’ve been looking for your Galaxy S II’s camera settings in the Android settings menu, you would be hard pressed to find it. All of the camera’s settings need to be accessed via the camera application itself. There are plenty of tweaks and settings changed that can be made here–let’s take a look at what neat things we can do! 1. Camera...

One of Android’s #1 features is the ability to place widgets on the desktop. In case you aren’t familiar with widgets, they look like app icons, but can dynamically display information and/or perform actions–they can also occupy more than one tile of space. Your Galaxy S II comes pre-loaded with some great Android/Samsung widgets so we will be taking...

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was officially launched today, but only for the lucky folks who made it out to the Union Square Best Buy in New York City. You’ve probably heard a lot of buzz—rightfully so— about the 10.1 inch, Android 3.1 powered device, but we thought we’d give you a rundown of some of things you may not have known. 1. Device Layout If you’ve...