Sure there is a crop of new phones coming out in the next couple months, but what about sticking with the solid Galaxy Nexus? That’s right, Google is now offering the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus firect from the Google Play Market for the low, low price of $399.99. Before this announcement, there was no official way to get the unlocked GSM version of the phone and for myself...

One thing that always bugged the heck out of me was how every time I would queue up a lot of notifications on my Samsung Galaxy S II running Gingerbread, I would have to either Select every single notification and manually take care of them or Clear all of them at once with no chance to look at them Ladies and gentlemen, I present you the single most compelling reason...

We recently published an article about all of the possible design renders for the Samsung Galaxy S III, but we came to the conclusion that none truly reflected the design propensity of what would become Samsung next 20 million unit selling device. Now it looks like we may have our first glimpse of the heralded super phone. It’s a bit blurry and low resolution, but...

Smart Care is Samsung’s latest application dedicated to help users enjoy their smartphone experience. For someone who is switching from a feature (dumb) phone to a smartphone, it may appear there are many issues with their new devices. The intricacy of a smartphone can be interpreted as complexity which can lead to user frustration. Issues such as a relatively...

Ice Cream Sandwich has been a finnicky subject for Galaxy S owners as Samsung has been very wishy-washy about whether or not their 20 million+ loyal users would be getting the arguably the biggest Android upgrade to date. “Firmware Update!” After initially failing to make the list of devices to receive the 4.0 update, Samsung promised a ‘Value Pack’...

The Samsung Galaxy Note has been one of my favorite Android devices of all time, and now it looks like my favorite feature, the S-pen, will be getting extended functionality thanks to a slew of apps in Samsung “Premium Suite.” If Android 4.0 is any bit as good on the Galaxy Note as it is on the Galaxy S II, I can fully expect this software update to be the...

After upgrading my Galaxy S II to Android 4.0.3, I’ve found a fair amount of changes to the look of Android as well as the structure of the UI. For the most part its pretty intuitive, but we thought we’d give you a heads up. 1. Menu Button The old menu button used to being up a 6 button grid with icons on the home screen, and 3-2 button grids on others. In...

You may recall that Samsung has kept their promise for a Q1 ICS release with the Android 4.0 update for the GT-I9100 Galaxy S II, posted last week. To accompany the continued release across the globe, Samsung has published a nice guide explaining what updates users can expect to see. The guide features a full list of changes for each iteration of the software, which ends...

Love the look of the Galaxy S line of phones, but did not need its phone capabilities? Want all of the great software features of the Android OS on your PMP rather than having to stick with Apple’s iPod and iOS? Well do we have some good news for you… The Galaxy WiFi 3.6 is the smallest member of the Galaxy S family, housing a 3.6-inch, 480 x 800 resolution...

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you probably noticed that the new iPad was announced the other day and more importantly, that Google market is no more. More specifically, it has been supplanted by Google Play-the one stop shop for all the content Google offers be it apps, music, movies or books. Essentially, Google Play is a rube goldberg machine jammed...