The Galaxy S IV is one speedy piece of hardware, but did you know that there are ways to make it run even faster? That’s right, no matter how fast...

The Galaxy Note is one of Samsung’s premier devices, garnering coveted ad-space in the Super Bowl and leading the charge into 5-inch plus sized displays. One interesting note that should be mentioned is, like some other Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note comes in multiple flavors, and I’m not referring to color choices. The U.S., AT&T version of the Galaxy...

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,...

By the good grace of Moore’s Law, we are greeted with more and more impressive hardware every spring. The jump from the original Galaxy S series to the Galaxy S II yielded a doubling of cores, and the best GPU in its class. Will Samsung be able to outdo themselves this year and set the bar even higher than before? Let’s take a look at the numbers and find out. First...

We have an exciting 3 part series over the next few days for our readers out there.  We’ll be pitting the Samsung Focus against the HTC HD7 to see who is king in the US WP7 market.  We’ll be looking at the following features of each phone: GPS speed and accuracy (indoor and outdoor tests) Screen quality CPU and memory performance Camera quality and features The...

NeoCore Performance of Samsung Galaxy S In the past, we have been collecting Samsung Galaxy S many colorful super AMOLED eye-candy media.  But now that this phone has been launched, Galaxy S is starting to reveal numbers we can quantify.  The Android Community has compared it to the Nexus One (with Android 2.1) through the follow benchmark tests: Google’s V8:...