A few days ago, Samsung announced the Galaxy S II LTE and Galaxy S II HD LTE in Korea. Of particular interest is the Galaxy S II HD LTE which has the world’s first, high resolution (HD 1280X720), 4.65″ Super AMOLED display. The GS2 LTE HD’s 4.65″ AMOLED display will be the first of its kind to feature 316 pixels per inch (PPI), bringing it into...

It is on this glorious Thursday evening that the Samsung Galaxy S II [X], aka the Hercules, shows its beautiful face in the wild. The beautiful 4.5-inch Galaxy S II will be coming to Canadian carrier TELUS with the suffix “X.” Ian Hardy of Canadian blog Mobile Syrup was lucky enough to get a review unit of the device and was able to give us a brief description...

Only 6 more days until Samsung’s “Major Product Announcement” (read: Galaxy S II) and they’ve begin the media hype with a risqué new video that borders on being sacrilegious: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUinl4Wclr4 Get it? Ass – Kicking… Hee Haw Lingerie, lip-licking, ripped abs, kicking-ass, black latex and Jesus on a unicycle?...

In their mission to enhance the Android user experience, Samsung has created another exclusive application called Samsung Hub, which seeks to help users make the most of their Samsung devices. Samsung Hub provides Galaxy device users with a portal that will consolidate the more than 150,000 app choices on the Android Market, so that they can find the latest and greatest...

“Gentleman we can rebuild it, we have the technology… better than it was before: better, stronger, faster.” And so they did. Ladies and gentlemen, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1: We got our first glimpse of the Tab 10.1 in February during the 2011 Mobile World Congress. One month later the iPad 2 came out and Samsung decided to reassess their goals: they...

When you spend as much time lurking around our gadgets as we do, you are bound to find some hidden features: 5 bucks says you’ve never seen this menu After digging around the ‘About phone’ section in settings, we realized there was an option to activate the DivX VOD registration process. I don’t think I’ve actually done any research on DivX...

Last week we held our first ever Android Launcher Roundup/Showdown where we compared 4 of the most popular Android home screen replacement applications and crowned one winner: Go Launcher EX Sorry LeBron, even GO Launcher wins a ring Go Launcher EX was by far the best choice out of the pack with its astonishing list of features—many of them unique to its platform—combined...

Dialing features often get overlooked amidst all the talk about dual-core processors, high-res displays and newest versions of Android, but lets take a step back and look at our phone’s calling features. I will be showing you the simple steps to setting up and using speed dial and changing contacts from list view to grid view on the most of Samsung Touchwiz UI Galaxy...

Greetings friends, today we will be comparing three of the most popular video chat applications for Android; Tango, Qik. Tango Tango gets the job done; download, install, auto populates contacts, good-to-go. Account registration info is auto-filled, so just hit register and validate the email. No need to manually add contacts either; it automatically recognized which...

Hey kiddos, its finally here; the Samsung Droid Charge is arriving on Verizon’s speedy 4G LTE network on May 14th. We reviewed Samsung’s first 4G LTE device the other day, and we were impressed by its 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display as well as its 20Mbps+ download speeds. After being delayed for nearly half a month, the Charge will officially be available...