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...

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,...

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...

Ever since the original Galaxy S, Samsung has repeatedly set the bar for mobile display quality with their Super AMOLED displays. With their Galaxy S II, Samsung brought a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus panel which did away with the PenTile grid for maximum clarity. With the release of the first Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, we can finally get a good look at...

Ever wondered what it would look like if we took all of Samsung’s latest and greatest smartphones and tablets, lined them up side-by-side and then measured them? Well, have we got the infographic for you! Those of you carefully following Samsung’s product announcements will recognize the plethora of devices that are shown in the chart above. Here we can...

It wasn’t too long ago that cell phone displays were monochrome and the size of a Wheat Thin. For a while, color screens were a mere novelty rather than a necessity. But as dumb-phones evolved into smartphones, so did our desire for larger, brighter and crisper displays. Android got its start on the HTC G1 with a humble 3.2 TFT LCD, a screen that by today’s...

Samsung will release smaller alternative to the upcoming Galaxy S 2 while AT&T plan to launch 4.5″ Galaxy S 2 look phone named as Infuse 4G.(Related article : Samsung AT&T Infuse 4G vs Samsung Galaxy S II) We draw a specification comparison chart among 3 size variants, Galaxy S II, Infuse 4G, Galaxy S II Mini. Size comparison Click to see the actual size...

The Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 is relatively less popular than other Galaxy families. This device is another display variant of Galaxy players. They say that the device is focus on WiFi(VoIP call) feature so that it pre-installed SKYPE and Qik apps to enable video call. It will be in the market on 1H 2011. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILWwKFlpDdQ&feature=player_embedded Key...

At MWC, 2 more new Samsung Galaxy memebers are added to the Galaxy Family. One is Samsung Galaxy Tab having 10.1″ and the other is Galaxy S 2 with 4.27″ display. Samsung chooses the strategy producing a lot of variants of Android mobile devices to resolve various people’ needs. So that they lines up the Galaxy 6  Families from 3.2″ size to 10.1″...