Blazing fast performance, an uninterrupted totally immersive display, great optics – the Samsung Galaxy S9 is everything we’ve come to expect from Samsung’s flagship phones. With all of that said, on the hardware front, the S9 is not all that different from its predecessor. Instead, its unique features are what makes the S9 stand out.
If your job means being outside in the harshest weather conditions, and you need a tablet that can survive drops that would kill other devices, one that can be used while wearing work gloves or even when the screen is wet, then you might want to check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2. It was made for just that.
When the Galaxy S9 and S9+ were announced last month at MWC, and Samsung introduced AR Emoji as a new feature, Samsung said that they would be collaborating with Disney for some special AR Emoji.
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ have just been announced, and on the hardware front, they aren’t dramatic updates to their predecessors. Perhaps we’ll finally get a foldable display with the Galaxy S10? But for the S9, Samsung’s heavily focused on improving the phones’ features with a big emphasis on improved low-light photography, slow-motion video, and Bixby integration.
If you thought that the Samsung Galaxy S8+ looked like an impressive phone, then you’re going to positively drool when you get your hands on the new Samsung Galaxy Note8. This new flagship has a 6.3″ Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display, and it’s not only gorgeous — it’s literally loaded with features.
I am in the middle of trying to work with Verizon to change my phone from a Z Force Droid to an iPhone. It’s not by choice, but certain things I need to access for my day job recently went iPhone-only, so I need to switch to iOS. This process did lead to one big realization, which is that Android…
Following Samsung’s announcement of the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus recently, Griffin has partnered up with Samsung to announce their series of Survivor cases for the latest flagship phones from the company.
Moshi, a favorite here at Gear Diary announced their collection of accessories for the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be available late next month both on Moshi’s website, and select retailers.
Today, Samsung announced their new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, which will be available starting April 21; pre-orders start on March 30th with an exclusive offer. The GS8 will have a 5.8″ infinity display, and the GS8+ will have a 6.2″ infinity display and a Snapdragon A35 processor.
With the announcement of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus this week, a lot of you may be looking for some accessories for the phone in advance of the smartphone arriving at your doorstep. Luckily there are a few cases who are already ahead of the curve, making their accessories available for purchase. Here are a few of them: …
T-Mobile today announced a new service named Scam Block. According to them. it will be live for most subscribers beginning on April 5, 2017. The service appears to work similarly to apps such as Hiya, Truecaller and even the updated Android phone app which analyze incoming calls in real-time and display a notification for suspected scam or spam calling.
The smartphone industry is extremely competitive, and manufacturers know it’s necessary to continually release devices with the latest and greatest features. A while ago, Samsung caused a stir among tech enthusiasts with “Project Valley,” the code name for an initiative dedicated to developing foldable phones.
If you are a fan of phablets, as I am, then you’ll want to pay attention to the new Samsung Galaxy Note7. Preorders will begin August 3, and there’s an exclusive offer going on for a free Gear Fit2 or 256GB microSD when you do.
Did your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge just arrive? Even if it hasn’t – think about planning ahead and grabbing a case from Amazon. Currently, two brands (Supcase, i-Blason) are available via Amazon Deal Of The Day. I can’t say for sure these will be the lowest prices you’ll find. But they seem cheaper than the $35 to $55…
Samsung said on July 30, 2015 that price cuts were coming on their flagship Galaxy S6 model and T-Mobile is now offering a price cut. The popular Samsung Galaxy S6 can be yours for $100 off the 32/64 GB model or $ 200 off the 128 GB size.
After alluding about it through Twitter teasers at the tail end of May, Samsung quietly unveiled their Samsung Galaxy S6 Active to the us all earlier this week. To be made exclusive to AT&T, one of the nation’s biggest carriers, the S6 Active as of June 12th will be available only through their stores and online.
T-Mobile said that the Android update known as Lollipop would be coming this week to their Galaxy Note 4 and they weren’t lying. Multiple people (including me) are now receiving the latest Android update. If you’re using a Note 4 on T-Mobile a quick check of available updates should start the process (about a 1 GB download on my device).
There’s no doubt that Samsung stole the show at MWC with their new Samsung Galaxy S 6 and S 6 Edge smartphones. As is usually the case after a major announcement, there was a bit of a wait before orders could be placed; that changes on March 27th when preorders can be placed and nationwide availability will be April 10th. The…
As expected, today at MWC Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Judie has had a chance to check them out and was very impressed with the build quality. Some of the features are sure to generate controversy, such as non-replaceable batteries and memory, but the devices also feature the best evolving Samsung technology!
If you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and want to make sure your investment remains safe, you want to check out the offerings from Ballistic. Each is affordable at just under $35 and each brings with it the terrific degree of protection and a unique style. First, let’s look at the Ballistic Urbanite for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 case.
The new iPhones may be getting all the attention, but the Samsung Galaxy S5 is still an amazing device. With the TYLT ENERGI Sliding Power Case for Samsung Galaxy S5 you’ll not only protect your smartphone, but you’ll add hours of runtime to it as well. Best of all, you only connect the battery when you need the extra juice!