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...

The Galaxy Gear is Samsung’s foray into the nascent smartwatch industry. With next to no competition from other big OEMs, Samsung charges ahead of...

I’ve cracked the display of more phones than I’m willing to admit, which is why when I found out that there were glass screen protectors, I...

Industry analysts have been saying for the better part of a year that the next step in “Mobile” will be the watch. There was buzz about Apple...

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...

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...

8 months isn’t a short period of time (heck, a baby takes just a little longer than that to be “updated”), but it certainly seems fast in comparison to the T-Mobile Vibrant’s Gingerbread update, which took well over a year to come out. Now T-Mobile Galaxy S II users can bask in the glory of Android’s most significant update, Android 4.0 Ice...

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...

Samsung has finally released the long awaited Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II. Hometown fans who use SK Telecom’s services started seeing the update yesterday, but eager developers have already repackaged the latest firmware so that it can be flashed to any Galaxy S II GT-I9100. Although the update is currently being pushed specific regions...

If you have been in the market for a Galaxy S II, you may have noticed that there are numerous different versions. In addition to the original GT-I9100 international version, there are 3 different variants for each respective U.S. carrier excluding Verizon. Weight: 116g, 122g, 135g, and 130g respectively  Here are a list of key difference accounting for differences in...