If you’ve used the Galaxy Note 3, you’re probably familiar with its beautiful display and blazing fast specs. You’ve also probably realized...

We’re always impressed with Samsung’s continuous improvements of device CPUs, displays and designs, but one area that has seen stagnation across...

Think about what your biggest consumer purchase was in the last couple years. Unless you are a sartorially inclined, wealthy socialite who fancy’s...

Our mobile device displays are the windows into our mobile lives. We spend hours everyday peering through them without much thought, so it’s prudent to take a deeper look into these magnificent portals before deciding on which will provide the best experience for our eyeballs. As you may know, Samsung will be entering the 1080p display market with the Galaxy S IV’s...

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...

In preparation for the stateside Galaxy S III release, we decided to find out how much our Galaxy S IIs are worth and why. Caution: wall of text and charts! Differences between the 4 Galaxy S IIs One Name, Many Phones The Galaxy S II, like its predecessor the Galaxy S, launched in the U.S. with carrier specific models that, to varying degrees, reconfigured the internal...

It’s always funny when you talk to a salesperson and know more about the subject than they do. It’s even funnier when they are having to read a canned script such as the one that HTC’s sales team has put together in response to the release of the Galaxy S III. The Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One X are the top two contenders in the bout for the title...

Over the years we have seen substantial leaps in mobile device technology, from ridiculously high DPI displays to quad-core GPUs, the mobile arena has been absolutely teeming with bleeding edge hardware. One section we have failed to see nearly as much improvement is in the battery life and technology of smartphones. The original Galaxy S had a 1500 mAh lithium ion battery,...

Last year Samsung and HTC faced off in the summer-smartphone-showdown with their respective dual-core combatants, the Galaxy S II and Sensation. We all know what became of that battle. Samsung’s sleek, Exynos powered, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED device took the world by storm, while HTC’s profits sank 70%. The latest round in this epic bout continues summer of 2012...

It was around spring of 2008 that I got my grubby hands on my G1. It wasn’t exactly a speed demon, but it’s hardware keyboard (nearly as nice as my Sidekick ID’s) allowed for magnificent typing speed. Upon hearing that cupcake would feature an onscreen keyboard as well, I got excited that I could finally type without having to slide open my phone. Although...