2012 has really been the year of the 7~ inch tablet, with key releases by Google and Apple in the Nexus 7 and iPad Mini. It is clear that users are trending towards smaller, more portable devices that are significantly cheaper than their beefier 10~ inch siblings. Samsung released the first Android tablet in the form of the original Galaxy Tab which was 7 inches, but...

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...

So you watched Google unveil Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the Galaxy Nexus. Pretty interesting, but you weren’t quite ready to part with your Galaxy S II running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. But then you saw this video: And you were like: Google’s dropped the Galaxy Nexus’ price down to $349.00. The bad news–you only have $100. The good news...