Samsung S6 EDGE – Game Changer or Flawed Beauty?

Samsung’s certainly doing what it can to get noticed in the smartphone arena, not that this seems particularly necessary. After delivering all-metal bodies in the A5 and A3 for those who crave a sleeker shell it’s now thinking outside the box with the S6 Galaxy EDGE, a device that aims to take aesthetics to a … Continue reading Samsung S6 EDGE – Game Changer or Flawed Beauty?

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active – the rugged tablet for business types

Tablet computers are becoming increasingly popular among business users as a means of allowing employees to stay connected wherever they are. But for industrial environments, field service personnel or people who work outdoors, a conventional tablet may not be up to the task. Step forward Samsung with an answer to the problem in the form … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Tab Active – the rugged tablet for business types

Samsung’s Galaxy A3 and A5 take aim at the Chinese market

Some smartphones like to offer “credible” USPs such as waterproofing, which genuinely seem like a good idea. Others turn their focus towards things like the “selfie” generation, which like it or not appears to be a burgeoning market. The fact that it’s a big hit in China is guaranteed to make phone manufacturers sit up … Continue reading Samsung’s Galaxy A3 and A5 take aim at the Chinese market

Galaxy Note Edge: curves in all the right places?

“A superb-looking handset that offers something brand-new in the market. Let’s hope Samsung doesn’t make the Note Edge a limited edition,” were the words of Tech Radar. Considering that when a new and wildly anticipated device enters the market it is typical for it to get ripped apart by the ruthless consumer tech press, Tech … Continue reading Galaxy Note Edge: curves in all the right places?

Samsung Gear S first look and hands-on

There’s a debate around whether smart watches are a passing fad or a genuinely useful accessory that’ll make it into that elusive group of “must have” gadgets. To date some of the more successful models have sacrificed a degree of Smartphone-esque functionality in order to retain a stylish façade – an essential prerequisite of most … Continue reading Samsung Gear S first look and hands-on

Samsung’s new Alpha – the latest saga in Samsung’s Galaxy Quest

Samsung has just unveiled its latest handset – the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. What is all the fuss about? Starting with the size, it is rather slim at just 6.7 mm thick and is the first Galaxy to be fitted with a metal frame. It is not a heavy handset either, weighing in at just 115 grams – … Continue reading Samsung’s new Alpha – the latest saga in Samsung’s Galaxy Quest

First look: Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

Samsung’s grip on the Android smartphone market shows no signs of slowing down – it continues to headline the top-end with powerhouse devices and has catered nicely to less demanding users with stripped-down versions. The S5 mini was more a case of “when” than “if”, and shows up to fill a familiar niche in users … Continue reading First look: Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

Galaxy Tab S: What the critics say

Samsung Electronics has released their new Galaxy Tab S, Samsung’s thinnest and lightest tablet to date. The Tab S comes in two form factors, 10.5-inch and 8.4-inch. Both models come complete with a WQXGA (2560×1600, 16:10) Super AMOLED display which, the company claims, delivers more than 90% of Adobe RGB colour coverage and comes with a 100,000:1 contrast ratio. The … Continue reading Galaxy Tab S: What the critics say