The Samsung Galaxy S IV is one of the most feature-rich smartphones ever released. The manual is over 140 pages long, and consists mostly of basic instructions...

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a powerful device that elevates itself from the rest of the typical array of smartphones with its one of a kind S Pen. If you aren’t familiar with Samsung’s Galaxy Note series, it is an expansion of their Galaxy lineup that focuses on larger devices with their signature Wacom powered S Pen and display. What does this mean for the...

The mobile phone camera. Once a novel feature that gave users the ability to capture grainy, low-res stills, it’s blossomed into a full-fledged prerequisite for a well rounded smartphone. Nowadays we can record full HD videos from our smartphones, and Samsung phones in particular have been noted for their great shooters. Although there are plenty of photo apps out...

Good news on a Monday everyone! Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1–a great tablet praised for its productivity prowess–typically available at $499.99, can now be your for a mere $379.99 for the 16GB versions, and 419.99 for the 32Gb version. The device is refurbished, but that takes nothing away from its 10.1 inch, 1280 x 800 display with built in Wacom digitizer...

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...

We’ve seen the popularity of the Galaxy S III shoot through the roof this year, but we mustn’t forget the ancestors upon which Samsung built upon to bring us what we have today. Samsung was chosen by Google as their hardware partner for the 2nd and 3rd generation Nexus devices, and for good reason. Both phones are based on the best-selling Galaxy S and Galaxy...

In our comprehensive price analysis of last year’s top Android phone, the Galaxy S II, we found that T-Mobile’s version retained the highest value over time out of all the U.S. variants: We attributed this behavior to a combination of the SGH-T989’s ease of transfer (GSM/SIM card) and lack of internal competition (T-Mobile customers don’t have...

If you’re like me, you love the clean lines of a phone without a protective case. Upon realizing gravity exists, you are faced with the cold hard (pavement) reality of owning a phone–you are going to drop it sooner or later, and chances are if it isn’t onto carpet, there is going to be some moderate to severe damage. If you are worried about this happening...

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...

Hey kiddos, we are down to our last 3 EPICASEs for the Samsung Galaxy Note, and we want to get these into the hands of some devoted readers! In case you missed out, we recently held a survey where 10 lucky participants were chosen at random to receive their choice of an EPICASE for their Galaxy Note. After reviewing the EPICASE, we noted that is minimalistic design...